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Dr Edward Newman

Ed Newman

Neurology

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  • Movement disorders

About me

Dr Newman is a Consultant Neurologist working between Queen Elizabeth University Hospital and Glasgow Royal Infirmary.

He was Clinical Lecturer at University of Glasgow and was appointed as a consultant in 2013. He has a subspecialist interest in movement disorders. He sees patients with Parkinson’s disease, dystonia and other movement disorders at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital. He injects Botulinum toxin for craniofacial / cervical dystonia and runs a regional dystonia service.

He is part of the national deep brain stimulation (DBS) surgery service in Glasgow.

He has subdean for clinical neurosciences at the University of Glasgow’s School of Medicine since 2010.

He is currently co-chair of Scottish Association of Neurological Sciences, Scotland’s representative on the Association of British Neurology’s teaching & education committee, and an external advisor for neurology consultant appointments for the Academy of Royal Colleges.

Areas of interest

General Neurology; Parkinson's disease; Dystonia; Tremor disorders; Tourette's syndrome.

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