Dr Ganos is a consultant adult neurologist in the university clinic of Charité in Berlin and heads the Movement Disorders and Body Control lab nested within the Movement Disorders and Neuromodulation Unit. Dr. Ganos has finished his medical training in the University Medical center in Hamburg-Eppendorf and completed a fellowship at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery.
His research primarily focuses on hyperkinetic movement disorders, such as Tourette’s and Dystonia and is currently a “Freigeist” Fellow of the VolkswagenStiftung. Within the field of tic disorders, Dr. Ganos is interested in the pathophysiology of tics and premonitory urges with the particular scope of developing novel treatment methods. Dr. Ganos collaborates closely with several working groups both within and beyond ESSTS in a joint effort of maximizing scientific crosstalk, working efficiency and output.
He currently sees patients of all ages with movement disorders in the Charité University Clinic in Berlin, Germany.