On 21st April, we will be able to listen to the prestigious neurologist Dr. Gurutz Linazasoro who will be talking about the “future of Parkinson’s self-management” in Madrid.
Linazasoro graduated in Medicine and Surgery from the Universidad del País Vasco in 1982, completed MIR of Neurology in the Hospital Donostia and has been neurologist specialised in Movement Disorders since 1987. During his career, Gurutz Linazasoro has developed his work with patients suffering from movement disorders, especially standing out in functional surgery for the disease of Parkinson.
Nowadays, he is CEO of the Foundation Inbiomed of San Sebastian, director of the Research Centre Parkinson of the Polyclinic Gipuzcoa and scientific director of the foundation CITA.
He is member of the Spanish Society of Neurology, the Basque Society of Neurology and the Society of Movement Disorders. He represents the Spanish Society of Neurology in the expert panel of movement disorders in the European Federation of Neurological Societies.
In addition, he is also member of the Scientific Committee of the Federation of Parkinson and of the Association of Fight against Dystonia and scientific director of the forum of experts of Parkinson in the Internet.
Gurutz Linazasoro has published more than 100 articles in national and international magazines, 5 books, 2 computer programmes about the disease Parkinson and has led more than 100 conferences.
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