As a clinical neuroscientist at Carl Gustav Carus University Hospital with a background of international collaborative neurological research, Timo Siepmann, MD, is dedicated to patient care and advancing neuroscience in a multidisciplinary setting. His research focuses on the development of novel techniques to assess and treat autonomic nerve disorders and the elucidation of autonomic involvement in neurodegenerative diseases. Dr. Siepmann received postdoctoral training at the Autonomic Laboratory at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School.
He received various awards including the Rudolph Buchheim Award, the American Academy of Neurology International Scholarship Award and the Federation of European Physiological Societies Award. As editorial board member of Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment and editor of a German textbook on drug therapy published by Thieme, Dr. Siepmann is dedicated to critical evaluation of research data. As local site director of the Principles and Practice of Clinical Research Program provided by Harvard Medical School and director of Dresden International University's Master's Program in Clinical Research, he is devoted to improving clinical research education around the globe.