I run the neuromuscular service at Addenbrookes
Muscular dystrophy and I did a PhD in Multiple Sclerosis
Consultant neurologist at Addenbrooke’s and The West Suffolk Hospital
British Medical AssociationAssociation of British NeurologistsRoyal College of PhysiciansAmerican Association of NeurologistsWorld Muscle SocietyMuscular Dystrophy CampaignBritish Peripheral Nerve Society
My primary medical qualification was in 1989 from Newnham College Cambridge. Subsequently I did my junior doctor medical training in East Anglia and then at the Radcliffe Infirmary in Oxford. Following this I spent three years at the Brain Repair Centre in Cambridge where I gained a PhD in research on treatment strategies for Multiple Sclerosis. For five years I was a Neurology Consultant at the Ipswich Hospital and Addenbrooke’s. In 2010 I moved to the West Suffolk Hospital and I now divide my week between busy general neurology clinics at the WSH and I run the Neuromuscular Service at Addenbrooke’s. I am also the Neurology Teaching Director for clinical students at Addenbrookes.
I am married to a Cambridge University Reader in Pathology and I have three children aged 3, 6 and 9 years old.
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