Department of Neurology


  • Prof. Dr. Daniela Berg

The Department of Neurology works closely with the Department of Neurosurgery and the Department of Neuroradiology in the Neurozentrum (Neuro Centre) Kiel. It is equipped with the latest treatment and diagnostic facilities for all neurological conditions and has an intensive care unit, a stroke unit and an epilepsy monitoring unit. The Section for Neurological Ache Research and Therapy is part of the Department of Neurology.
Research and treatment focus on Parkinson's Disease, movement disorders, pain disorders, stroke-related conditions and epilepsies.

The Department has numerous research laboratories and a centre of studies. All clinical research focal points offer special outpatient clinics. The Department is involved in numerous national and international research associations.

Section for Neurological Ache Research and Therapy

Head of the Section:

  • Prof. Dr. med. Ralf Baron

The Section for Neurological Ache Research and Therapy was founded in 2004 and is linked with the Department of Neurology. Scientific research focuses on the investigation of pathophysiological mechanisms that cause pain to occur and to become chronic and the treatment of different neuropathological pain syndromes. Employees in the Section have already performed numerous studies on chronic pain.

The Sectional Director, Professor Baron, is a speaker of the German Research Network on Neuropathic Pain (DFNS e.V.). The purpose of this network of German pain researchers is to obtain a better understanding of the pathophysiological mechanisms involved in the development of neuropathic pain and the use of early intervention to prevent pain from becoming chronic.