Dr Simon Farmer is a Consultant Neurologist from London, UK.
Dr Simon Farmer graduated in 1986 in medicine from Bristol University with 1st Class Honours in Psychology and distinctions. As well as this he also received a PHD in physiology. Dr farm then went on to train at The Royal London Hospital where he broadened his knowledge in general medicine and neurology.
Since completing his studying and training Dr farmer has held many professional positions and was appointed between St Mary’s and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in 1995. Dr farmer has also supervised the training of a number of medical post graduates and PhD students and is currently involved with lecturing and running seminars in neurology & neuroscience for trainees and general practitioners. He has advised and taken part in the making of several television programmes relating to his research.
Primary Medical Qualification MB ChB 1986 University of Bristol Specialist Register entry date Neurology From 27 Nov 1996 Other Qualifications PhD in Physiology at UCL in 1990