Dr. Till Sprenger

Dr. Till Sprenger, Neurology Specialist

Frankfurt, Germany

Speciality: Neurology Specialist

Languages: English

Degree: Prof. Dr. Med.

About - Dr. Till Sprenger

Prof. Dr. med. Till Sprenger is an acknowledged expert in the fields of multiple sclerosis and other inflammatory diseases of the central nervous system, neuropathic pain and headache disorders/migraine. He was educated and trained as Neurologist in Germany, USA and France. He later worked as Assistant Adjunct Professor at the Department of Neurology, University of California San Francisco, USA and was then appointed as research professor and director of neurological outpatient services at the University Hospital Basel, Switzerland.

Prof. Sprenger received numerous awards for his research and published more than 100 peer reviewed medical journal articles. His research interests include clinical trials and structural/functional neuroimaging in neurological disorders. Today he is head of the Department of Neurology at a well-known clinic for diagnostics in Germany and lectures as Professor of Neurology at the Technical University of Munich. Prof. Sprenger is member of our Medical Scientific Advisory Board and covers the medical specialty of Neurology.

Education - Dr. Till Sprenger

Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz

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