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Dr Timothy Harrower

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Dr Timothy Harrower gained his medical degree at the University of Cape Town. After gaining membership at the Royal College of Physicians he was awarded a Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Grant. This allowed him to undertake research into neural stem cell biology and the mechanisms of neural transplant rejection at the Cambridge Centre for Brain Repair (University of Cambridge) where he read for a Ph.D in neuroscience. In addition he was involved in managing all the patients with Huntington's Disease who had received neural transplants. Neurology specialist training was completed in Cambridge during which time extensive experience in the use of Botulinum Toxin usage was gained.
In 2006 he was appointed Consultant Neurologist at the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust and as a visiting neurologist at North Devon District Hospital. He also runs the Mardon Neuro-rehabilitation Centre (sited adjacent to Nuffield Health Exeter Hospital).
He is currently the principle investigator in research projects including investigations in optimising botulinum toxin injections in cervical dystonia. Including generating economic models of Botulinum Toxin usage in dystonia, and initiating local involvement in an International Collaboration which aims to undertake genetic analysis of patients with Dystonia. He is currently on of the Directors of the British Neurotoxin Network (BNN).

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• Parkinsons disease • Multiple sclerosis • Headache / migraine • Movement disorders

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