Department of Neurology

The Department of Neurology is a clinical department receiving adults, both in-patients as well as outpatients. The department comprises four units: general neurology, stroke unit, clinical physiology and the clinical & translational research department.

The neurological department primarily serves within areas of acute and elective patient admissions, outpatient clinic, having neurological specialities within the fields of headache, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, movement disorder, peripheral nervous system disorders, brain tumours and stroke.

Activities include acute neurological diagnostic workup and treatment, acute thrombolysis and thrombectomy 24/7, provides consultation service to the hospital, neurological rehabilitation at a specially designated unit.

The department has a fully equipped patient hotel floor, sponsoring neurological admissions and outpatient service five days a week, including fast-track diagnostic workup, immunoglobulin administration, neurological physical and cognitive rehabilitation for mainly stroke and neuro-oncology etc.

AI at the Department of Neurology

Artificial Intelligence is not yet common in the Department of Neurology, but there are prospects of future projects and developments.

Research areas

  • Stroke (epidemiology, treatment)
  • Pain (epidemiology, diagnosis and treatment)
  • Epilepsy (genetics, pharmacology)
  • Peripheral neuropathies
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Migraine
  • Myastenia Gravis
  • Parkinsons disease
  • Dementia

AI projects at the Department of Neurology


Turkis firkant (dekoration)

Michael Oettinger

Chief Physician

Department of Neurology, OUH

(+45) 65 41 24 76
[email protected]

Turkis firkant (dekoration)

Marianne Gehring

Head Nurse

Department of Neurology, OUH

(+45) 65 41 34 24
[email protected]

Christoph Beier

Christoph Beier

Department of Neurology, OUH

(+45) 65 41 19 43
[email protected]