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Dr Rhys Roberts

Consultant neurologist

I am a consultant neurologist and specialty lead within the department of neurology at Addenbrooke's hospital.
Dr Rhys Roberts

My current role

I was appointed as consultant neurologist at CUH in 2011 and my role involves seeing patients presenting with a wide variety of neurological symptoms both in the outpatient and inpatient settings.

I run a weekly specialist peripheral nerve clinic and I am also the director of the Cambridge Motor Neurone Disease (MND) care centre, providing multidisciplinary input to people and their families living with MND across the East of England.

Additionally, I am currently the training programme director for neurology in the East of England and serve as the vice-chair of the specialty advisory committee (SAC) for neurology training at the Joint Royal Colleges Postgraduate Training Board (JRCPTB).

Previous history

I trained in neurology in the East of England (Cambridge, Norwich and London).

During this time, I developed an academic research interest in diseases of the peripheral nerves, particularly the Charcot-Marie-Tooth diseases, and was awarded a Wellcome-Beit Prize and Intermediate Clinical Fellowship from the Wellcome Trust in 2011.

Membership and accreditations

  • Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of London (FRCP)
  • Association of British Neurologists

Personal interests

When not at work, I enjoy being an amateur beekeeper, swimming official, running and spending time with my family.

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