Mr Michael Hart
Secretary: Gloria Mirzanli
Secretary email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary telephone: 02087254724
Functional neurosurgery (movement disorders, pain, and epilepsy)
Mr Hart's clinical interests embody the full sphere of functional neurosurgery including movement disorders, pain, and epilepsy. He has completed fellowships both at home (St George’s Hospital) and abroad (Montpellier, France; Vancouver, Canada) to establish expertise in these areas while complimenting comprehensive neurosurgery training in Cambridge.
Maximising benefit and minimising harm in functional neurosurgery are the overarching background themes to his academic pursuits. He leverages cutting-edge neuroimaging methods (ultra-high field 7T MRI, connectomics) to understand both disease mechanisms (thalamic sensori-motor dysintegration) and novel treatment targets (tractography-based stimulation). Translating technological advances to improved patient care is effected through judicious industry collaborations.
Overall, his aim is to provide a wide-ranging clinical and academic practice in functional neurosurgery that allows patients to benefit from the latest clinical advances, research discoveries, and technological innovations.