Dr Oliver Foster was appointed Consultant Neurologist at St George's Hospital and Honorary Senior Lecturer at the National Hospital Queen Square in 1994. He has a special interest in Parkinson's disease, Stroke, Headaches, Migraines as well as General Neurology.
Dr Foster studied Physiological Sciences at Oxford, obtaining a Prize First and completed his medical training at The Middlesex Hospital, London and National Hospital, Queen Square obtaining a PhD in Brain Neurochemistry. He has published extensively in Parkinson's disease and other areas of neuroscience and clinical neurology. He was Head of the Department of Neurosciences at St George's Hospital, London until December 2018.
Dr Foster is a former Trustee of the UK Parkinson's Disease Society and the Council of the Medical Defence Union. He remains a member of the specialist assessment panel of the Horseracing Regulatory Authority
BA Neurosciences Ist Class Honours Oxford 1980
MBBS Middlesex Hospital 1983
PhD Brain Reseach London University 1992
MRCP Royal College of Physicians 1986
FRCP Royal College of Physicians 1997