David B. Vodušek
Dr. David B. Vodušek is Emeritus Professor of Neurology at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, Faculty of Medicine. He held the position of Medical Director, Division of Neurology, University Medical Center Ljubljana, Slovenia, between 1996 and 2018, and continues as consultant neurologist and clinical neurophysiologist.
Dr. Vodušek was born and raised in Slovenia. He received his medical degree (1976), and his PhD (1989) from the University of Ljubljana. He trained also in the Department for Clinical Neurophysiology, Uppsalla, Sweden, and at the Institute of Neurology, Queen Square, London, UK. He became Board certified in Neurology in 1982. Dr, Vodušek was a visiting assistant professor at Baylor College, Houston, Texas, USA (1982-83), in the New York University Medical center, NY, USA (1991; 1993), and a Consultant in Ibn Sina Hospital, Kuwait (1986-1987). From 1991 to 1996 he was Head of the Institute of Clinical Neurophysiology in Ljubljana. He was appointed full Professor of Neurology at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, in 1997, and was Chair of Neurology, Medical Faculty, University of Ljubljana (2004 – 2007).
Dr. Vodušek is a member of the Slovene Medical Academy, the Slovene and German Neurological Associations, the British Association of Clinical Neurophysiology, the European Academy of Neurology (FEAN) and the European Federation of Autonomic Societies. Dr. Vodušek serves as Chair of the EAN Sub-Committee for European Affairs; co-chair of the Joint UEMS SN – EAN Education Board). He is Chair of the BioMed Alliance Permanent Experts Committee on CME and serves on the Editorial Boards of Neurourology and Urodynamics and Journal of European CME.
Dr. Vodušek’s research interests include uro-neurology, clinical neurophysiology, and peripheral neurology; he has authored more than 150 articles in peer-reviewed international journals, many Chapters in international Editions, and co-edited the 130th volume of the Handbook of Clinical Neurology series (Neurology of Sexual and Bladder Disorders).
Ljubljana, 6. 11. 2020