Andreas Hahn is professor of Paediatrics at the Justus-Liebig-University in Giessen, Germany, and chief senior physician of the Department of Child Neurology since 2002. He started his training as neuropaediatrician in 1991 in Göttingen, spent one year as research fellow in the Department of Rehabilitation at Poitiers, France, and worked from 1993-2001 in the Department of Neuropediatrics in Kiel, and in the North-German Epilepsy Centre in Raisdorf, Germany.
He is a member of the German Neurophysiological Society and has completed special training programs in epileptology and neurophysiology. His special fields of interest are paediatric epilepsies, neuromuscular disorders, and neurometabolic diseases. He is a member of the medical board of the German Pompe support group, and follows infants and children with Pompe disease since many years.
During the last 15 years he gained much experience in treating patients with various lysosmal storage disorders by enzyme replacement therapy.