MD, Professor of Neurology, serves as the vice-chairman of the Department of Neurology, Phillips-University Marburg, Germany (2016 to present). He completed his medical studies in 2005 after visiting the University of Hamburg, Germany, University of Cologne, Germany and University René-Descartes V in Paris, France. He completed his postgraduate education at the Department of Neurology in Cologne, Germany (Prof. Fink) with research projects in the Neuroelectrophysiological Lab of Prof. Rothwell, Institute of Neurology, Queens Square, London, UK and the Neuroimaging Lab at the Feinstein Institute for Neuroscience (Prof. Eidelberg). He received his board certification in 2011, his habilitation on “Neuroimaging of Parkinsonian Subtypes” was finalized in 2013. He was appointed as consultant of the Department of Neurology, Cologne, Germany in 2014. His research focus are Neuroimaging of Movement Disorders, Neuropychological characteristics, symptoms and therapies of Parkinson’s Disease and integrative & palliative care research in Parkinson’s Disease.