I graduated from the Medical University of Sydney in 1990. After training in Neurology in Sydney, I completed a two-year fellowship in epilepsy and neurophysiology at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation and another in PET. I am dual credentialed in Neurology and PET. In 2001 I was appointed as the Director of the Comprehensive Epilepsy Service and senior staff specialist in PET and in 2016 as Head of Neurology at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. My research interests include the application of PET in epilepsy, EEG signal analysis, development of dry electrode systems, the comorbidities of epilepsy in memory and mood disorders.