Professor David S Holder
MA (Cantab), MA (Berkeley), PhD, MRCP
I have a dual training in Medicine and Neurology, and also Biophysics. I am a Professor of Biophysics and Consultant in Clinical Neurophysiology at UCL Hospitals, London. I travel to Leicester once a fortnight to undertake tests in clinical neurophysiology, which are EEG (brainwave recording) EMG and nerve conduction studies (tests of muscle and nerve function).
I use the latest electronic equipment, all tests are reported immediately and available electronically. As well as being a consultant at UCLH, I run an inter-disciplinary research group, developing new methods of measuring brain and nerve function.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Professor David S Holder at Spire include:
Spire Nottingham Hospital is only able to provide Covid-19 tests to patients undergoing surgery at our hospital. Covid-19 testing or antibody tests are not available as a standalone service.
BA / Corpus Christi College, Cambridge / 1975
Bachelor's degree in Medicine, Physiology with Biophysics
MBBS / University College Hospital, London / 1978
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
MA / Corpus Christi College Cambridge / 1979
Masters degree in Medicine, Physiology with Biophysics
MRCP / UK / 1982
Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom
MA / University of California, Berkeley, USA / 1984
Master of Arts, Biophysics
PhD Physiology / University College Hospital, London / 1991
Doctor of Philosophy
FRCP / UK / 2005
Fellow of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom
Professor of Biophysics and Clinical Neurophysiology, Hon Consultant in Clinical Neurophysiology, University College London and UCL Hospitals
Department of Medical Physics, University College London
My hobbies are jogging, jazz and tennis. I also play saxophone in a band.