Do you have any questions about Huntington’s disease (HD)? Do not hesitate to ask our doctor, Alzbeta Mühlbäck, using the contact form below

HD is a disease that can be quite complicated and sometimes people are left with questions:

“How does it work biologically? What kind of symptoms is normal? My father is about to get sick – is there someone I can talk to? Does any treatment for HD exist?”

If you have any questions about the disease – use the form below.

  • LANGUAGE

Ask the Doctor welcomes questions in

English

German

Slovak

Czech

Serbo-Croatian

Turkish

  • ANONYMITY

Your identity is not required – only an email address to respond to. You are in other words as anonymous as your email address.

  • CONFIDENTIALITY

All questions are processed confidentially. That is, by being a doctor Alzbeta is professionally bound to secrecy.

Who is Alzbeta Mühlbäck?

Alzbeta Mühlbäck was born in former Czechoslovakia. In 2004 she graduated from the Medical School of Olomouc University, Czechia. After obtaining her doctoral degree she started working as a doctor, first in Austria, then in Germany.

She currently works as a senior consultant at the hospital Isar-Amper Klinikum Taufkirchen. Here, she obtained a lot of experience from the Huntington Department. In 2018 she joined the team of Prof. Landwehrmeyer at the University Ulm.

Alzbeta’s background in psychiatry, neurology and genetics makes her expertise vital in the Huntington community. In addition, she shows an outstanding understanding and respect for Huntington families.

Our doctor speaks fluently Slovak, German, English and is able to communicate in all Slavic languages.  Her main goal is to improve the quality of life of people affected by Huntington’s Disease – especially in countries where information is scarce.

Merits: 

• Executive Committee member of EHDN • Member of the EHDN Working Group for Genetic Testing and Counselling • Ask the Doctor • Experience from several clinical trials, among them the Amaryllis study and Enroll-HD.

You can contact Alzbeta through this form: