OvG University Magdeburg; German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases
Emrah Düzel has trained as a neurologist in Germany (in Bonn and Magdeburg). He is working as a cognitive neurologist on the functional anatomy of human episodic memory networks, neuromodulatory circuits, their clinical and mechanistic alterations in aging and neurodegeneration and their scope for plasticity. He leads the Institute of Cognitive Neurology and Dementia Research and Memory Clinic at the OvG University Magdeburg. As speaker of the Magdeburg site of the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE, Helmholtz Society), he supports the implementation and analysis of imaging and cognition measures for early Alzheimer’s disease. He is also a part time group leader at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at the Univ. College London, a fellow of the Max-Planck School of Cognition and co-founder of the digital health start-up neotiv. He is head of the Memory Clinic of the University Clinic Magdeburg. Within the newly founded German Network of Memory Clinics, he coordinates a working group on Digital Health and Telemedicine. Emrah Duzel is speaker of the newly established Collaborative Research Center 1436 “Neural Resources of Cognition”.