- Headache Disorders
- Movement Disorders
- Parkinson's Disease
- Botox Injections
- Neurological Rehabilitation
Dr Paul Jarman is Chair of the Department of Neurology and Neuro-rehabilitation at Cleveland Clinic London. In this role he leads a large team of world-class neurologists, neuro-rehabilitation specialists and neurophysiologists. He is also a senior consultant neurologist at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in Queen Square and University College Hospital London. He completed medical training at Oxford University and UCL, where he graduated with honours. He also completed a period of training at UCLA medical centre in the USA. His research background includes a PhD at the Institute of Neurology UCL, on the subject of molecular genetics of neurological disorders. This work included mapping new disease genes and identification of novel mutations in genes for movement disorders. He is a clinical neurologist with interests in all aspects of neurology and brain disorders, including specialist interests in movement disorders including Parkinson’s disease and in headache and migraine, Botox treatment and acute neurology. He is committed to medical education and training the next generation of neurologists and has for many years been the Training Programme Director for the London postgraduate neurology training programme and he chairs the Pan-London neurology Specialist Training Committee. During the Covid-19 pandemic he chaired the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine neurology committee, helping with the safety assessment of the Covid-19 vaccine. He has published several scientific papers on various neurological topics and is author of several textbook chapters. He is also a keen marathon runner.
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