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macquarie neurology

Macquarie University - Sydney, Australia



Professor Dominic Rowe AM

Professor Rowe's areas of expertise include Motor Neurone Disease and Parkinson’s Disease among other forms of neuro-degenerative disease.

As the inaugural Professor of Neurology at Macquarie University, he is involved in research into the cause and therapies of these diseases.

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Dr Christian Skulina

Dr Skulina joined Macquarie Neurology in 2010 following his training in Neurology at Zurich University Hospital in Switzerland and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney.

Dr Skulina has special interests in Electrophysiology, Neuromuscular Disease and Multiple Sclerosis.

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Dr Ann Bacsi

Dr Bacsi joined Macquarie Neurology in December 2013, having spent 7 years working in the United Kingdom at the Royal Free Hospital (London) and QEII Hospital (Welwyn Garden City).  

During her training she obtained a PhD in the area of vestibular reflexes and balance control.  She has a specialty interest in headache disorders and vertigo. 

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Dr Salman Kahn

Dr Khan is a neurologist with a special interest in Cerebrovascular Medicine (Stroke/TIAs) and Multiple Sclerosis. He is commencing at Macquarie Neurology in 2017.

Dr Khan completed his neurology training at Canberra, Nepean & Box Hill Hospitals. He has a dual fellowship in Stroke Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis. He has also received formal training in Psychiatry for almost two years at Canberra Hospital.

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Dr Candice Delcourt

Dr Candice Delcourt joined Macquarie Neurology in December 2017.

She obtained her specialist medical qualification in neurology from the University of Liege (Belgium) and additional qualifications in stroke from the University of Dijon (France) and in neurophysiology from the University of Lille (France).

She completed a PhD at the University of Sydney on the imaging of haemorrhagic stroke. She has a special interest in stroke and neurophysiology.

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