Podcasts – COVID and Neurology series

Podcasts - COVID and Neurology series

Melissa Gough (Vice Chair of Neurosurgery, NANSIG) talks to Dr Neil Archibald (Consultant Neurologist) about his experiences in Neurology as well as his life during COVID-19.

Katherine Lee (Vice Chair of Neurology, NANSIG) talks to Dr Martin Turner (Consultant Neurologist, Oxford) about his training, career and experiences in Neurology. Topics include Professor Turner’s work on Motor Neurone disease, as well as his life during COVID-19.

Part 1: Professor Martin Turner
Part 2: Professor Martin Turner

We talk to Professor Jon Stone (Consultant Neurologist and Honorary Professor of Neurology) who works in the Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences at the University of Edinburgh, about his experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic

Professor Jon Stone

We talk to Dr Edward Needham. Ed Needham is a Neurology registrar with an interest in Neuroimmunology and Neurocritical Care. He is the Association of British Neurology Trainees representative for the East of England, and Secretary of the Neurocritical Care Scientific Group of the European Academy of Neurology. His research focusses on understanding the immunological processes behind severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), particularly the development of subsequent central nervous system autoimmunity

Dr Ed Needham

Dr Robin Grant is a Consultant Neurologist & Honorary Senior Lecturer at The University of Edinburgh. He established the Edinburgh Centre for Neuro-Oncology in 2003. His research focus lies in symptoms research (tumour associated epilepsy, cognition, mood and fatigue) and quality of life in neuro-oncology and evidence based medicine

Dr Robin Grant

Mr Joshi George is a neurosurgeon who specialises in complex spine problems, cancer of the spine and  head injuries as well as minimally invasive surgery.

He is also the Clinical Lead for Neurosurgery in Manchester and is proud to lead a team of 27 highly skilled neurosurgeons. He currently practices as an NHS consultant Neurosurgeon at Salford Royal Foundation Trust and privately at the BMI The Alexandra Hospital. As well as this, he teaches at Salford University and routinely presents at international conferences

Mr Joshi George

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