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Dr. McAuley is a Consultant Neurologist at King George Hospital, Redbridge, and Queens Hospital, Romford and holds an Honorary Senior Lecturer post at Queen Mary University of London affiliated with the Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel.
After qualifying in 1989 at Cambridge University and working on a Medical Rotation at Manchester Royal Infirmary, he undertook specialist training in Neurology on the North Thames Rotation and at the National Hospital, Queen Square, where in 1996 he was awarded the Ralph Noble Prize for his MD thesis on the rhythmic nature of central motor control and its derangement in neurological disease. He took up his Consultant Post in 2001 and was subsequently elected FRCP in 2004.
His research interests are in Parkinson’s disease, vertigo, tremor and other movement disorders and he runs an electrophysiological research laboratory where he investigates motor control and the pathophysiology of movement disorders. His first-author published work has so far attracted over 1000 citations. He developed and leads a neurostimulator service for treating refractory epilepsy and is Chair of Barking Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals Trust's Medicines Committee.
Areas of interest
Parkinsons disease; Stroke medicine; Headache / migraine; Vertigo; Movement disorders
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- MB BChir University of Cambridge 1989
- BA (Hons) University of Cambridge 1987
- MA University of Cambridge 1990
- MRCP Royal College of Physicians of London 1992
- MD University of Cambridge 1996
- FRCP Royal College of Physicians of London 2004
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Details of entry to specialist register
- CCST in Neurology, 2001
Affiliations / memberships
Member of Association of British Neurologists
Post treatment communication
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