United Kingdom

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David Werring, PhD, FRCP, ESO
Fields of Interest
The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (NHNN), Queen Square, is the UK's largest dedicated neurological and neurosurgical hospital. Celebrating 150 years this year, it provides comprehensive services for the diagnosis, treatment and care of all conditions that affect the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nervous system and muscles.
Address
Queen Square (Private Consulting Rooms, 23 Queen Square)
London WC1N 3BG
England, UK
Office Phone Number
0845 155 5000 or 020 3456 7890
Biography

Reader in Clinical Neurology                                                                                     Honorary Consultant Neurologist, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in London Honorary Consultant Neurologist at UCL Institute of Neurology, Queen Square

  • Brain Repair & Rehabilitation
  • Institute of Neurology
  • Faculty of Brain Sciences

1989 BSc Bachelor of Science – Neuroscience University of London
1992 MBBS Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery – Medicine University of London
2000 Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy – Neurology University College London

Dr. Brendan McLean
Address
Treliske
Truro, Cornwall TR1 3LJ
United Kingdom
Office Phone Number
01872 252715
Biography

Brendan McLean Graduated from Edinburgh University. Brendan trained in Neurology at various centers in the UK including the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery where he undertook his research.He has been Consultant Neurologist at the Royal Cornwall HospitalsTrust since 1992, Lead Clinician for the Neurology and Neurophysiology Departments, Peninsula lead for the UKCLRN neurosciences research network, Deputy chair national UKCLRN.

He is Chair of the Specialty Training Committee, sits on the Association of British Neurologist Training and education committee, is Treasurer to the South West of England and South Wales Neurosciences Association, and advisor on MS to the Association of British Neurologists.

He has active interests in Medical Education, Clinical trials, Epilepsy, MS and Neuro-inflammatory disorders.

Dr. Parthasarathi Ray
Address
Lower Lane Fazakerley
Liverpool, Merseyside L97LJ
United Kingdom
Office Phone Number
+44 151 525 3611
John Reid, MD
Physician
Fields of Interest
Consultant Stroke Neurologist
Address
Foresterhill
Aberdeen AB25 2ZN
Scotland
Office Phone Number
+44 845 456 6000
Biography

Dept of Neurology


Dr John Reid ----- Consultant Stroke Neurologist

The Department of Neurosurgery in Aberdeen based in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary (ARI), Foresterhill  provides a full service in the field of Neurosurgery for both adults and children. This is the only regional centre in the northeast of Scotland. The Neurosurgical Unit has the largest geographic catchment area in the UK, serving a population of 800,000 from across Grampian , Highland , Orkney and Shetland.

Tom Hughes FRCP MD
Fields of Interest
Consultant Neurologist
Clinical Director Medical Neurosciences University Hospital Wales
Currently oversees the care of a patient with superficial siderosis
Address
University Hospital of Wales (UHW), Heath Park
Cardiff, Wales CF14 4XW
United Kingdom
Office Phone Number
029 2074 7747 Main Hospital Number
Biography

Dr. Tom Hughes, Consultant Neurologist
Clinical Director Medical Neurosciences University Hospital Wales

Dr. Tom Hughes trained in the Royal London Hospital and, after qualification in 1987, worked in (nearly) every hospital east of Whitechapel (Mile End, Barking, Chadwell Heath, King George in Ilford, Romford, Southend) before moving back to Wales in 1990.

His interests include the neurology of speech and swallowing, acute stroke, and the interface between diagnostic and enablement neurology. He currently oversees the care of four patients with superficial siderosis.

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