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Funded Studies

Marcus M. Unger, MD

Senior Physician at Saarland University, Department of Neurology

Location: Homburg/Saar Germany

Dr. Marcus M. Unger obtained his MD from the University of Ulm, Germany and completed neurology residency training at the Department of Neurology at Philipps University Marburg, Germany, a Centre of Excellence of the US National Parkinson Foundation. Dr. Unger is an investigator for several therapeutic and diagnostic trials in Parkinson's disease (PD) and is currently a senior physician at the Department of Neurology at Saarland University, Germany. Dr. Unger's research interests focus on gastrointestinal dysfunction in PD.

 


Associated Grants

  • Parkinson’s Disease Subtyping by Genetic and Intestinal Inflammation Biomarkers

    2020


  • The RESISTA-PD trial - The Effects of Resistant Starch on Bowel Habits, Short Chain Fatty Acids and Gut Microbiota in Parkinson Disease

    2017


  • Ghrelin Concentrations in CSF and Corresponding Serum Samples in PD Patients and Controls

    2011


  • Ghrelin - a peripheral, preclinical biomarker for Parkinson's disease (PD)?

    2010


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