About Dr Paviour
Dr Paviour is a Consultant Neurologist with a busy NHS and private practice. He graduated in 1998 after training in London, winning the Medical School Gold Medal. Following junior medical jobs in London and at the Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals and passing his MRCP examinations, he returned to London and completed a PhD at the Institute of Neurology. He then completed specialist Neurology training in London.
Consultant Neurologist in Central and South West London
Degrees and Other Qualifications:
PhD Institute of Neurology, UCL, University of London
MBBS Proxime accessit to University of London Gold Medal
United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy’s and St Thomas’ Gold Medal
BSc First Class Honours – Neurosciences – University of London 1995
The Association of British Neurologists (ABN)
The American academy of Neurology (AAN)
The Movement Disorder Society
The British Association for the Study of Headache
The International Headache Society
Medical Defence union
The British Medical Association
Prizes and Awards:
- Proxime Accessit to the University of London Medal
- UMDS Gold Medal and Prize
- Distinctions in:Medicine, Surgery, Psychiatry, Paediatrics, Clinical Pharmacology, Pathology and Anatomy
- Medical School Prizes:
- The Novartis Prize for Neurology
- The Hadden Memorial Prize
- The Mead Medal and Perkins Prize for Medicine
- The Treasurers Medal and Tewfick Prize for Surgery
- The Phillip Evans Prize for Paediatrics
- The Leonard Lubbock and Prunty Prize for Chemical Pathology
- Young Scientists Best Poster Award: 10th International Conference on Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders, Kyoto, Japan – October 2006.
- London Deanery “Leadership, teamwork and innovation within the changing face of the NHS” – March 2011
Research and Education
Dr Paviour completed his PhD in 2006. He has published peer reviewed papers in high quality neurology and general medical journals. Much of his published research is in the field of degenerative movement disorders.
Dr Paviour is currently the principal investigator (PI) at St George’s University of London for several studies looking at clinical and genetic features of Parkinson’s disease.
Dr Paviour collaborates with others on international clinical research in Parkinson’s disease and attends regular international conferences on Parkinson’s disease and other Movement Disorders. For an up to date list of publications see Pubmed
Dr Paviour is an honorary senior lecturer in the Neurosciences department of St George’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, part of St George’s University of London. Dr Paviour teaches medical students and junior doctors throughout the working week.