Marlene Elmelund, MD, PhD
Marlene Elmelund, MD, PhD, graduated in 2014 and finished her PhD in 2018 on the subject of neurogenic bladder dysfunction and treatment of urinary incontinence in women with spinal cord injury. Marlene Elmelund has authored more than 10 papers in peer review journals in the field of urogynecology and spinal cord injury, and she has presented her research at several international urogynecological and spinal cord injury conferences. She has supervised two medical students with pre-graduate research year.
Dr. Bo Biering-Sørensen
Dr. Bo Biering-Sørensen is neurologist and the director of the Spasticity Clinic, Neurological Pain Clinic as well as the Movement Disorder Clinic at the Department of Neurology, Rigshospitalet Glostrup, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Dr. Biering-Sørensen has accomplished the “Nordic Diploma course in Advanced Pain Medicine (NDAPM)”, as well as the “Scandinavian Movement Disorder Specialist Diploma Education”, and is currently obtaining a “Master of Public Governance (MPG)”.
As Chairman of the steering committee of the “Danish Diploma education in Dystonia and Spasticity Treatment” (www.dandyspas.com), he has been a founder of this Danish education program.
He is a former associate professor at Roskilde University.
Dr. Biering-Sørensen holds a lot of lectures and workshops especially on the topics Spasticity, Dystonia, Botulinum toxin treatment and ultrasound guidance, Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) and Neuropathic Pain. Lectures are being held at Congresses, Meetings and Educational courses.
Dr. Biering-Sørensen conducts research especially in the area of Spasticity treatment, Advanced Parkinson’s treatment, Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) and has written a book chapter on CRPS.
He is an author of the Danish National Guidelines on Neuropatic Pain Treatment, Spasticity treatment and Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS).
Prof. Fin Biering-Sørensen
Fin Biering-Sørensen has worked clinically with individuals with spinal cord lesions since 1982. Is senior consultant at the Clinic for Spinal Cord Injuries, Rigshospitalet and professor in spinal cord injuries at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. He has written more than 330 peer-reviewed papers (h-index 66), 35 book chapters, 75 proceedings, etc. as well as books on hitchhiking in Africa! He is past president of Nordic Spinal Cord Society and International Spinal Cord Society. He was part of sports for disabled since 1978 including changing the classification system to be sports specific and the name to be Paralympics.