Dr Hadi Manji
Consultant Neurologist at the National Hospital and Ipswich Hospital, UK
Dr Manji trained in medicine at Trinity Hall Cambridge and the Middlesex Hospital qualifying in 1982. After house jobs, he spent three years on the Edinburgh GP training scheme before returning to general medicine and neurology. His neurological training was at the Middlesex Hospital, the National Hospital and the Royal Free Hospital. His MD thesis was on 'The Neurological Complications of HIV’.
After a sabbatical at L'Hopital Kremlin-Bicetre in Paris with Professor Gerard Said, he was appointed Consultant Neurologist at the National Hospital and Ipswich Hospital.
His interests are in neurological infections including tropical neurology and peripheral nerve disorders. He is the Chief author and editor of the Oxford Handbook of Neurology - 20,000 copies have been sold worldwide and the 3rd edition is now in preparation.