Although he has a significant commitment to acute and general neurology services at GOSH, he is a general neurologist who sees a wide variety of childhood neurological illness including epilepsy, stoke, demyelinating disorders, head injury (both accidental and non-accidental), multidisciplinary assessment of complex neurometabolic and genetic conditions across the age range both as inpatient and outpatient.
He is a tutor for the paediatric neurology course and the MRCPCH course run by the Institute of Child Health.
Qualifications and training
He qualified from Madras University in Chennai in 1993. He undertook General Paediatric, Neonatal and Community paediatric training in various Hospitals including Peterborough, Hastings, Kings College Hospital, London, Southend, Bristol and King George Hospital, Goodmayes, Essex.
He subsequently underwent training in Paediatric Neurology in London, and was appointed as a consultant in 2007 on completion of training.
He is an executive council member of BASH (British Association of Study of Headaches).
He is the paediatric representative in the classification subcommittee of the International Headache Society.