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UK Rett clinicians

Dr Santosh with post-doc researcher, Fedrico Fiori, alongside Reverse Rett Executive Director, Rachael Stevenson and Chair of Trustees, John Sharpe

 

UK Rett Clinicians

Listed below are UK clinicians with special interest and or expertise in Rett Syndrome.

Referrals to the specialists listed below will need to be made by your son or daughter’s GP, consultant or paediatrician.

At Reverse Rett, we are actively seeking clinicians with an interest in Rett Syndrome and/or those who are interested in developing Rett-specific provision.

Please contact rachael@reverserett.org.uk for further information or to have your name and information listed on this page.

 

Dr Hilary Cass, Consultant in Children’s Neurodisability

Evelina Children’s Hospital, Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital, London

Children And Young People Up To The Age Of 19

More information here

 

Professor Angus Clarke, Consultant in Clinical Genetics

St David’s Children’s Hospital, Cardiff 

Children and adults

Please note: This clinic is not able to see patients either regularly or frequently as it can only be assembled occasionally (2-3 times per year): referrals are for one-off consultations.

 

Professor Jill Clayton-Smith, Consultant in Clinical Genetics

Manchester Centre for Genomic Medicine, St Mary's Hospital, Manchester

Adults only

 

Dr Peter Julu, Specialist Autonomic Neurophysiologist

Breakspear Medical, Hemel Hempsted

Children and adults

Neurophysiologist in charge at the Swedish National Rett Centre in Frösön, Sweden.

 

Dr Paramala Santosh, Consultant Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist

For management of emotional, behavioural and autonomic symptoms

Centre for Interventional Paediatric Psychopharmacology & Rare Diseases (CIPPRD)

Maudsley Hospital, London

Children and adults up to the age of 24

 

Dr Jane Williams, Consultant Paediatrician

Nottingham City Hospital, Nottingham

Children and young people up to the age of 19

 

Dr Sameer Zuberi, Consultant Paediatric Neurologist & Honorary Clinical Associate Professor, Fraser of Allander Neurosciences Unit

Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow.