About Dr Dominic Mort
I qualified as a doctor with honours in 1993, having read medicine at Oxford University and the Medical College of St Bartholomew’s Hospital. At Bart’s, I was awarded jointly the CC Frears in Clinical Neurology and spent my elective period at the Department of Neurology at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. After finishing my training in acute medicine I stayed in London to complete research for his PhD and then his specialist training at four of the major London neuroscience centres, including The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square. I was a full-time consultant neurologist in the NHS at Chase Farm Hospital and The Royal Free Hospital 2007-2013, before making the move into full-time private practice. I have kept my practice very up to date, attending with my fellow neurologists conferences, lectures and clinical meetings throughout the year.
I also have a strong interest in medical teaching and have received a number of awards for lectures and ward-based teaching to students and doctors over the years.
Jun 2009: Top teacher’ Award from UCL for Medical Student teaching
Jun 2007: Top teacher’ Award from UCL for Medical Student teaching
Jan 2005: Awarded the Postgraduate Teaching Prize, NHNN, Queen Square