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Last updated: 29 Jun 2020
- Stroke medicine
Enrico Flossmann, DPhil, FRCP is a consultant neurologist at the Spire Dunedin Hospital, Royal Berkshire and Oxford University Hospitals. He is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer in Neurology at Oxford University.
He qualified in medicine from the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena/Germany in 1997. He also spent time at St George's Hospital Medical School London/England, McGill University Montreal/Canada, University of Chicago/USA, Mt. Sinai Hospital New York/USA, and Keio University Tokyo/Japan. He did his general professional training in London and his neurological training in Oxford. He was a fellow at the Stroke Prevention Research Unit in Oxford, where he completed his Doctoral Thesis.
He sees patients with all general neurological conditions and carries out nerve conduction studies for carpal tunnel syndrome. He has a special interest in stroke and vascular neurology. He is the clinical lead for the acute stroke service and stroke thrombolysis at the Royal Berkshire Hospital and maintains close links with the stroke neurologists in Oxford.
Areas of interest
Stroke medicine; TIA; Neurovascular neurology
Current NHS consultant posts held
Royal Berkshire Hospital Reading; Oxford University Hospitals
Stroke and stroke prevention
- State Examination Medicine Friedrich Schiller University Jena/Germany 1997
- MRCP (UK) Royal College of Physicians London 2000
- Doctor of Philosophy (DPhil) Oxford University 2006
- FRCP (UK) Royal College of Physicians London 2015
Reference number 4590473
Details of entry to specialist register
- Neurology, 2010
Affiliations / memberships
Royal College of Physicians, Association of British Neurologists
Post treatment communication
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