I am a consultant specialising in stroke, as well as doing some work in neurology and vascular neurology.
Dr Mathilde Pauls
Stroke and neurology consultant
My current role
I am employed by the stroke department, and look after patients who come in acutely with strokes, or are on the hyperacute stroke unit or stroke rehabilitation unit, recovering from their stroke.
I also have a general neurology clinic, and help with stroke research trials, as well as stroke trainee teaching at Addenbrooke's hospital.
Before my neurology training, I worked on a trial in small vessel disease as a clinical research fellow at St George's University Hospital, London, while also completing an MD. I then completed my neurology training in Cambridge, Ipswich, Romford, and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (Queen Square), as well as UCLH, London, including a specialist stroke training year back at St George's.
Membership and accreditations
Association of British Neurologists
British and Irish Association of Stroke Physicians
European Stroke Organisation
I enjoy being outdoors and sports, especially cycling and rowing.