Dr John JanssenConsultant Neurologist
He set up a specialist emergency TIA service and been closely involved with the introduction and provision of stroke thrombolysis in West London in conjunction with the North West London Stroke and Cardiac Network. He received his FRCP in 2009. Dr Janssen was appointed service director for neurology and stroke in 2016 at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and leads an expanding and busy department of 15 consultants. He is a keen teacher of medical students and a GMC recognized trainer.
Dr Janssen specialist interests include headache, migraine, stroke, TIA, dementia, memory, Parkinson’s, epilepsy, and general neurology.
Fellow of Royal College of Physicians, Fellow of Royal Society of Medicine, Member of British Medical Association, Member of Association of British Neurologists
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Dr John Janssen qualified from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School (one of the founding medical schools of Imperial College School of Medicine) and subsequently trained as a neurologist at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and the Royal Free Hospital.
He was a Research Fellow in the Dementia Research Group and was awarded his MD from The Institute of Neurology, University of London. As a senior registrar he was a Visiting Fellow to the Alzheimer Research Centre at The Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam.