Dr Jeremy Rees is a leading neurologist in London who is trained to look after patients with brain tumours and cancer. He is referred patients who have neurological problems due to brain tumours or other cancers from across the country and abroad. Dr Rees also specialises in treating epilepsy, headache, migraine, Parkinson’s disease and neuropathy (nerve damage).
Dr Rees qualified from University College and Middlesex Medical School with distinctions in medicine, surgery and therapeutics in 1988. After his general professional training in various postgraduate London teaching hospitals, Dr Rees was awarded a prestigious MRC clinical training fellowship at Guy’s Hospital where he completed his PhD in 1985.
He then underwent his neurology training at the Royal Free Hospital, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, St Thomas’ Hospital and neuro-oncology training at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre in New York.
Dr Rees has extensive teaching experience with both medical students and qualified doctors and organises an annual teaching course for professionals on brain tumours. He lectures at neurology conferences both nationally and internationally and has published extensively in scientific and medical journals. He has contributed chapters in textbooks on brain tumours and neurological complications of cancer.