Dr. Matthew Lorincz is an Associate Professor in the Department of Neurology at the University of Michigan. He is the Co-Director of the Sports Neurology clinic at the University of Michigan, Michigan NeuroSport. He specializes in Sports Neurology with an emphasis on concussion management and treatment, long-term consequences of concussion, as well as management of neurological disorders in athletes. Dr. Lorincz is also a nationally and internationally recognized expert in Wilson’s Disease.
Dr. Lorincz earned his MD and PhD at Wayne State University. He completed residency and fellowship training in the Department of Neurology at the University of Michigan.
Dr. Lorincz has been a consultant to the National Basketball Association and is a team physician for the University of Michigan, Eastern Michigan University and the US Ski and Snowboard Association.
Dr. Lorincz’s current research interests are in optimizing recovery of concussion, the long-term consequences of concussion, and development of therapies for Wilson’s disease.
Additional credential information:
Medical School or Training - Wayne State University PhD 1994
University of Michigan Fellowship 2001