Professor Kallol Ray Chaudhuri

Consultant Neurologist in London


Professor Kallol Ray Chaudhuri areas of expertise:

Professional statement

Professor Kallol Ray Chaudhuri is an exceptionally well-regarded consultant neurologist who currently practices at Dementech Neurosciences, a London-based private boutique practice that specialises in neurologypsychology and psychiatry. He specialises primarily in general neurology and Parkinson's disease, and is the current medical director of the Parkinson Foundation International Centre of Excellence at King's College London.

Professor Chaudhuri, who is also a professor of neurology/movement disorders at King's College London, is today widely considered a world leader when it comes to non-motor aspects of people-based research concerning Parkinson's disease. in 2018, he was rewarded for his excellent, ground-breaking research in the field of nonmotor Parkinson's disease, a year after he received an award for outstanding research leadership from the esteemed Royal College of Physicians London. 

The revered consultant neurologist and Parkinson's disease specialist is also a member of the Nervous System's Committee of the National Institute of Health Research, co-editor in chief of the Nature Group Nature Parkinson's disease journal, as well as being the current co-chairman of the appointments committee of the Movement Disorders Society and chairman of the MDS Non-motor Study Group. He has, to-date, written over 330 papers and is co-editor of four books specifically relating to restless legs syndrome and Parkinson's disease

Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments


Other information about Kallol Ray Chaudhuri

Source: All information contained on this page as well as office hours available, are provided directly by the doctor who has the ability to update them at all times in order to keep the information as accurate as possible.
This website uses our own and third-party Cookies to compile information with the aim of improving our services, to show you advertising related to your preferences as well analysing your browsing habits. You can change your settings HERE.