Professor John Vissing

Director of the Copenhagen Neuromuscular Center, National Hospital, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen View Bio

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John Vissing is Professor of Neurology at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark since 2007, and the Director of the Copenhagen Neuromuscular Center at the National Hospital, Rigshospitalet, in Copenhagen. Dr. Vissing obtained his MD from the Medical School at the University of Copenhagen in 1986, and following graduation, he was a research fellow at University of Copenhagen and UT, Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, USA. He has authored more than 270 scientific articles in international journals on muscle diseases. His research interests include developing diagnostic tests and treatment for patients with metabolic myopathies, mitochondrial diseases, and muscular dystrophies, studying the relationships between genotype and phenotype in a variety of muscle disease, investigating the effect of physical training in patients with neuromuscular diseases and studying the utility of MRI in investigation of muscle diseases.

Pompe disease - phenotype & classification

Pompe disease - phenotype & classification

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Pompe disease - diagnostic pathway & differential diagnosis

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Pompe disease - Role of Neurologist & screening

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