Rosaline Quinlivan

Ros Quinlivan is the clinical lead for the nationally commissioned service for ‘McArdle disease and related disorders’ and she leads for Transition.

Ros Quinlivan was appointed as a consultant to Great Ormond Street Hospital in November 2010. She was previously director of the Wolfson Centre for Neuromuscular Disease in Oswestry, and led the muscle service at Birmingham Children’s Hospital.

She has a joint appointment with the Centre for Neuromuscular Disease and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square.

Specialisms

  • McArdle disease and related glycolytic muscle disorders. 

  • Genetically inherited neuromuscular disorders such as muscular dystrophy, congenital myopathy, SMA, myotonic disorders and hereditary neuropathies.

Qualifications and training

  • BSc (Hons), MBBS, DCH, FRCPCH, FRCP, MD

  • Undergraduate training: University College London

  • Postgraduate training: London Teaching Hospitals including UCLH, Royal London, and St Barts and Evelina Childrens Hospital (Guy’s and St Thomas’)

Research interests

Muscular dystrophy and McArdle disease

Contact

020 7405 9200 (GOSH) ext 0632 or 0203 448 8132 (NHNN)