Thomasin Andrews

Consultant neurologist

Biography

Thomasin Andrews BSc MD FRCP was appointed consultant neurologist in 2003. She runs general neurology clinics and specialist movement disorder and Huntington's disease clinics.

With Stella Gay and Lesley Swinn, Parkinson's nurse specialists, and consultant colleague Dr Peter Diem in the ageing and health department, she runs the Parkinson’s disease service in the Trust.

Education and training

Thomasin Andrews trained at University College London and intercalated in physiology and neurophysiology. She completed general medical training at Bart’s and the Royal Free and spent a year as medical registrar at St Peter's Hospital, Chertsey. She undertook a three-year research degree with Professor Brooks at the MRC Cyclotron Unit, Imperial College London, investigating the use of positron emission tomography in clinical and research studies of Huntington's disease. She completed higher neurology training in London and was appointed consultant at Guy's and St Thomas' in 2003.

Research interests

Thomasin Andrews completed her MD in Huntington’s Disease and as consultant has been local PI on a number of national and international observational studies in Huntington’s and Parkinson’s.

Last updated: June 2021

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