Clinical Professor Soumya Ghosh, MBBS, PhD, FRACP

Consultant Neurologist – movement disorders clinics, and Centre for Restorative Neurology

Clinical Professor Soumya Ghosh is a neurologist with special interests in clinical neurophysiology and movement disorders.

Cl/Prof Ghosh is consultant neurologist at the Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Princess Margaret Hospital, Fiona Stanley Hospital and also Director of the Perron Institute’s Centre for Restorative Neurology. After completing his medical training in India at the Christian Medical College, Cl/Prof Ghosh completed a PhD in neurophysiology from the Australian National University.

Thereafter, Cl/Prof Ghosh was a postdoctoral fellow at Queen’s University in Canada and subsequently the University of NSW before taking up an academic appointment at the University of Queensland. In 1997, Cl/Prof Ghosh moved to the Western Australian Neuroscience Research Institute, in Perth where he completed his specialist training in neurology. After a period as a Clinical Fellow at the Toronto Western Hospital, Cl/Prof Ghosh became a Clinical Professor at the University of Western Australia and Director of the Centre for Restorative Neurology.

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