I'm an Academic Doctor at the John Radcliffe Hospital, University of Oxford. I trained in medicine at Bristol (clinical) and Oxford (academic) specialising in neurosurgery, forensic psychiatry, and rare diseases.
I love playing rugby, cooking, and trekking in the wilderness. I spend my free time building electronic brains, studying fallen civilizations and wearing Icelandic sweaters. Fun fact? I can order pizza in 10 languages, including 3 dead ones.
I'm happy to provide advice and help you out - completely free of charge.
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I write mainly for medical jourunals and specialist textbooks, but you should check out my recent baby: "Diseses of the Brain" - it's an easy-to-read book about interesting aspects of clinical psychiatry. I think you'll really enjoy it.
For full list of my publications, visit:
Research Gate See my book