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macquarie neurology

Macquarie University - Sydney, Australia

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Technical Staff

Kate Manners – Head Neurophysiology Technician

Kate Manners joined Macquarie Neurology in August 2010 and has extensive experience in neurophysiology, working mainly in Sydney, with time also spent working in London at the Middlesex Hospital.

In Sydney Kate has worked in many of the major hospitals including Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, in the Hearing and Balance/Vestibular unit as well as in the general neurosciences unit. During her time at RPAH she was also involved in establishing the Surgery for Epilepsy programme, which included a period of training at UCLA. At Royal North Shore Hospital, Kate worked in neurophysiology performing all modalities of neurophysiology testing as well as being involved in the establishment of the sleep apnoea studies in conjunction with the Respiratory Department. Kate has also worked for Northern Neurophysiology at North Shore Private Hospital, the Sydney Adventist Hospital, Concord Hospital and St Vincent’s Hospital and more recently at the Brain and Mind Research Institute at Camperdown.

At Macquarie Neurology, Kate is in charge of all neurophysiology testing including EEG, NCS and Evoked Potentials for both the Clinic and the Hospital. She is also involved in the IONM.

Kate holds a Certificate in Electroencephalography, Certificate in Cardiopulmonary Technology, an Associate Diploma in Health Sciences (Clinical Neurophysiology) RMIT and a Graduate Certificate in Clinical Neurophysiology from Charles Sturt University. Kate is also a member of the Association of Neurophysiology Technologist of Australia (ANTA)

Ruthie Dellow

Ruthie Dellow joined Macquarie Neurology in Feb 2012. Ruthie previously worked at Prince of Wales Hospital Clinical Neurophysiology Department where she gained extensive experience in performing EEG, Evoked Potentials, Vestibular testing and Intraoperative monitoring. At Macquarie Neurology, Ruthie's main role is intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring and also involved with testing including EEG, Evoked potentials and NCS both in the clinic and hospital.

Ruthie gained her Bachelor of Nursing at University of New England and Diploma in Clinical Neurophysiology (RMIT). Ruthie attended the Intraoperative Monitoring course through International Society of Intraoperative Neurophysiology (ISIN). Ruthie is a member of the Association of Neurophysiology Technologist of Australia (ANTA), International Society of Intraoperative Neurophysiology (ISIN) and The American Society of Neurophysiological Monitoring (ASNM).

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