Dr Hadi Manji is a Senior Consultant Neurologist and Lecturer at the world famous National Hospital for Neurology, Queen Square, London. Dr Manji's areas of expertise include headache disorders such as migraine, peripheral nerve disorders, tremor and movement disorders, and infectious neurological disorders including HIV.
Dr Manji initially trained as a GP in Edinburgh, before training in neurology at The Royal Free, and National Hospitals as well as L'Hopital Kremlin-Bicetre in Paris. In 1997, he was appointed Consultant NHS Neurologist to The National Hospital and also Ipswich Hospital, where he holds clinics in peripheral nerve disorders, general neurology and Parkinson's disease, and has been elected President of the Neurosciences Section of the Royal Society of Medicine.
Dr Manji is actively involved in teaching and currently is appointed as Senior Lecturer at the National Hospital. He has been involved in the development of a new medical school in Beira, Mozambique, and is also involved in the training of neurologists from Kenya and most recently Malaysia.
Dr Manji is widely published and is the Chief Author and Editor of the Oxford Handbook of Neurology. The first edition of the book sold 11,000 copies and is used during training for junior doctors and neurologists around the world. His latest book is entitled: Neuromuscular Disease - case studies from Queen Square (written and edited with Dr Matt Evans and Dr Chris Turner). Dr Manji has also published numerous papers on the subject of peripheral nerve disorders, general neurology, and HIV neurology.