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    Dr. Murat Aksu

    Neurodegenerative disease

    30 Yrs

    Acibadem Atakent Hospital

    İstanbul, Turkey


    Foundation year






    Medical staff

    Contact Information

    Halkalı Merkez, Turgut Özal Bulvari No:16, 34303 Küçükçekmece/İstanbul, Turkey

    Murat Aksu

    İstanbul, Turkey


    Dr. Murat Aksu has vast experience in neurology, especially has to experience neurodegenerative disease. Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease are the most common neurodegenerative diseases. Having professional skills, Dr. Murat Aksu works and helps many patients with this disease at Acibadem Atakent Hospital. Dr. Murat Aksu graduated from Hacettepe University Faculty of Medicine in 1988, and several years later, he specialized in neurology from Erciyes University Faculty of Medicine in 1993. Thanks to his high professionalism, excellent knowledge, Dr. Murat Aksu got the title of professor at Erciyes University Faculty of Medicine in 2006. Dr. Murat Aksu is e diligent and skilled professor-neurologist who helped many patients through his professional experience, which he gained from reputed institutions. He worked in prestigious medical centers and hospitals, such as Bilecik State Hospital, Erciyes University Faculty of Medicine, Special Scientist, National Institutes of Health, National Institutes of Neurological Disorders, and Stroke as well as Erciyes University Faculty of Medicine. Moreover, he presented many papers at several international and national conferences and published several scientific papers, which has been useful for the young specialist at the hospital. MEMBERSHIPS: - Turkish Neurological Society - Turkish Sleep Medical Association - EEG-EMG Clinical Neurophysiology Society - World Association of Sleep Medicine - American Academy of Sleep Medicine - International Restless Legs Syndrome Study Group - European Restless Legs Syndrome Study Group - International Restless Legs Syndrome Study Group