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Orla qualified as a registered nurse in and has worked in many specialist areas of neurosciences since She has experience as a ward sister for 7 years looking after a variety of patients with brain filetypd spinal issues. She has specialised as a clinical nurse specialist in both benign and malignant brain tumours since She became a nurse specialist at the Royal Free Hospital in supporting patients with both benign and malignant brain tumours.

In her role developed to focus primarily on patients with high grade gliomas, supporting them through their radiotherapy and chemotherapy. Eileen qualified as a nurse nearly i,ae years ago. Nichola is one of the few skull base clinical nurse specialists in the country. She is heavily involved with the skull base service at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, and act as a 9189 of contact providing specialist information for patients with skull base tumours.

Her role includes endeavouring to meet all patients with a suspected brain tumour who are admitted for surgery at Queens Square. This enables the largest olae resection of brain tumours while minimalising neurological deficit Gamma Knife and Cyberknife ensure that patients have access to the most extensive treatment options available at any centre throughout the world.

He was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists in Ronan Burke is the neuropsychology lead for the neuro-oncology service.

He qualified as a clinical psychologist from University College London and initially worked in an older adults dementia care team and diagnostic memory clinic, before moving to the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery NHNN in With his interest in providing maximal neuropsychological support for patients with brain tumour, through cognitive assessment, rehabilitation and psychological interventions to facilitate adjustment, he has expanded the neuropsychological service, especially to optimise psychological support for patients with low grade tumours.

His opinion is often sought from clinicians within London Cancer seeking advice on neuropsychological issues. He has given talks on his work with brain tumour patients to Brain Tumour Charity patient information days, at London Cancer events and he has lectured on the UCL doctoral clinical psychology training course.

He is also involved in ongoing research projects within the neuro-oncology service. His opinion is widely sought on the diagnosis and treatment of neurological problems related to cancer and cancer treatments.

He lectures widely to different professional groups and has written chapters and a textbook in Neuro-oncology.

He has extensive experience in lateral skullbase surgery as well as implantation otology and has published prolifically on these topics. He undertakes peer review as well as serves on the editorial board for numerous international journals. Before moving to Cambridge he completed a BSc degree in the history of medicine at the Wellcome Institute.

Mr Kitchen has special clinical interest in brain tumour surgery, intracranial microsurgery, trigeminal neuralgia, cavernoma and radiosurgery Gamma Knife. He obtain his FRCS in following general surgical training. He spent two years conducting research in neuro-oncology at The Institute of Neurology which lead to the award of Doctor of Medicine MD in He was appointed consultant neurosurgeon at the Royal Free Hospital in and also honorary consultant neurosurgeon at The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore.


He graduated from Edinburgh University in and completed his postgraduate training in London, becoming a consultant in He has a specialist interest in the management of brain tumours, utilizing a range of techniques including: He works in a multidisciplinary clinic offering long term follow up with both surgeon and specialist oncologist, along with a clinical nurse specialist CNS.

His clinical interests include brain tumours, minimally invasive surgery and spine surgery. Surgical oncology techniques employed include fluorescent-guided resection, cortical mapping and intraoperative MRI. He specialises in minimal access spinal surgery and disc replacements.

He leads the Division of Neuropathology and is specialised in brain tumour diagnostics including molecular diagnostics, and neurodegeneration.

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He has authored and co-authored research publications on brain tumour models, book chapters in major neuropathology textbooks, and the WHO classification as well as guidelines for the Royal College of Pathologists.

He serves on the National Institute of clinical excellence NICE guideline committee to establish guidelines for management and treatment of primary brain tumours and cerebral metastases. The Division also provides a molecular pathology service for referrers across the United Kingdom. She has a special clinical and research interest in pituitary disease and late effects of cancer on the endocrine system. Her other interests include diabetes, thyroid and reproductive disease as well as osteoporosis, weight management and cardiovascular risk reduction.

She is a trustee of The Pituitary Foundation. He is involved with most aspects of complex spine surgery. Mr Allibone is currently the lead clinician for complex spinal surgery.

The service has a particular interest and expertise in spinal tumours and provides the surgical arm for The London Sarcoma and Primary Bone Tumour service. His clinical interests include complex spine surgery, spinal tumours, spinal trauma, degenerative spinal conditions, skull base tumours, skull base endoscopy, and craniocervical junction surgery. Vittorio Russo is a neurosurgeon with interest in complex spine surgery. His clinical interests include complex spine surgery, spinal tumours, spinal traumas, degenerative conditions, cranio-cervical junction surgery, minimally invasive spinal surgery.

Mr Rupert Obholzer is an ENT consultant specialising in disorders and surgery of the ear, skull base, facial nerve and parotid gland.

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Mr Sherif Khalil completed his higher surgical training in the North Thames region in London in all aspects of elective and emergency otolaryngology. He has experience in all aspects of surgery of the ear, nose and throat and is a lateral skull base surgeon at the NHNN. His main clinical areas of interest include nasal airway reconstruction and facial reanimation surgery. He has an expanding fuletype in sinonasal neoplasia and other aspects of anterior skull base surgery.

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She specialises exclusively in the management of primary and secondary brain and spinal tumours. Classiication involves the use of both conventional and innovative radiotherapy techniques and chemotherapy. Her special interests are: Dr Paul Mulholland is a medical oncologist who exclusively treats brain cancer. Dr Mulholland is also an honorary senior lecturer at University College London and a training programme director.

This led to his focus on developing biomarkers and targets for therapy in brain cancer, including the clinical trial portfolio of novel agents in brain cancer which he now runs at UCLH and nationally. Classkfication is actively involved in gastrointestinal epilwpsy clinical trial research.


He also has a specialist interest in treating patients with cancer of unknown primary, their entry into clinical trials, and management classificatiln oligometastatic disease. He is a chief investigator and principal investigator for a number of national and international trials. He also undertakes early phase clinical trials in the private sector. He then returned to specialist training in London and joined the specialist register in May At the NHNN he has a specialist neuro-oncology clinic and is a core member of the neuro-oncology multidisciplinary team.

At the North Middlesex Hospital he provides an 199 and out patient general neurology service. Professor Bouloux is a general endocrinologist and internist with special interest in neuroendocrinology and andrology.

In general aspects the neurobiology of hippocampal sclerosis, cortical malformations, low-grade tumours and altered neurogenesis in patients undergoing surgical treatment for epilepsy. She has extensive experience and expertise in caring for patients with a wide range of spinal conditions including spinal cord injury, spinal deformity, spinal infection, primary spinal tumours and metastatic spinal tumours. Jacqueline is an integral member of the complex surgical spinal team and provides specialist care and support for patients with complicated spinal problems.


She works mainly with patients undergoing emergency classification elective spinal procedures and provides support to patients, their families and other health care professionals within the inpatient and outpatient settings.

Michelle has been a qualified nurse and worked at Queen Square for 15 years.

Michelle delivers comprehensive, expert nursing care and advice to patients undergoing complex spinal surgery and endoscopic base of skull procedures. She is particularly involved in the care of patients with base of skull cancers, and patients flietype a spinal cord injury. Epielpsy addition, Michelle is heavily involved in teaching and advising other healthcare professional in the treatment of patients with complex spinal needs.

Ananth Shankar is a consultant paediatric and adolescent oncologist and is the clinical lead for adolescent neuro-oncology. Turn off more accessible mode Epikepsy. Service A to Z Our hospitals Find a consultant. As well as an interest in neuro-oncology he has an extensive skull base practice.

At Queen Square he directs the education and training of neurosurgical trainees and fellows. He serves on the National Institute of clinical excellence NICE guideline committee to establish guidelines for management and treatment of primary claxsification tumours and cerebral metastases The Division of Neuropathology receives brain tumour referrals from the NHNN, and several major regional hospitals. Dr Elena Wilson is a consultant clinical oncologist.

A Haem-oncologist is a doctor who specialises in the ioae of patients with lymphoma in the brain. The different treatment strategies include chemotherapy, immunotherapy, radiotherapy and haematopoietic stem cell transplantation. Turn on more accessible mode Skip to main content Turn off more accessible mode Home.

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