Mr Edward McKintosh is one of London´s leading consultant neurosurgeons, whose specialties include brain tumours, neuro-endoscopy, sciatica, and arm pain, as well as medico-legal reports. He trained at St Guy's and St Thomas' hospital and completed basic surgical training at St George´s hospital. After 6 months working as Senior House Officer at Queen's Square, warmer climes called and he headed to Papua New Guinea where he researched the very rare neurological condition, kuru, following which he was elected as a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.
Upon returning to England, he studied surgical instrument sterilisation for his PhD and then completed his higher training in neurosurgery on the South Thames rotation. When he returned to Queen's Square he furthered his knowledge in the field by studying awake craniotomies in epilepsy and tumour surgery.
As well as being awarded the Norman Dott medal for his astounding academic acheivements, he has also published in peer-reviewed journals. Currently he works at some of London´s most renowned hospitals, including London Bridge Hospital and the Royal London Hospital.