Mr Patrick Grover is a renowned consultant neurosurgeon, practising privately for Amethyst Radiotherapy's London Clinic at the Queen Square (GammaKnife) Radiosurgery Centre, while also serving as the cranial neurosurgery lead and Consultant Skull base Vascular Neurosurgeon at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (NHNN) for University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
With 15 years of experience, Mr Grover has particular expertise in surgical managing and treating skull base tumours, acoustic neuroma, meningioma, arteriovenous malformations, cerebral aneurysms and cavernoma. As an expert in Gamma Knife radiosurgery, Mr Grover employs a minimally invasive treatment that uses precise radiation beams to manage malignant and non-malignant brain tumours, as well as vascular and functional disorders in the brain, without harming healthy tissue.
Mr Grover is highly qualified, with a BSc in Biological Sciences, an MSc in Neurosciences, and an MBBS from the prestigious University of Oxford. He completed his medical and neurosurgical training at Imperial College, the Royal London Hospital, and Great Ormond Street Hospitals in North London, followed by fellowship training at NHNN.
In addition to his impressive qualifications, Mr Grover is a well-respected researcher in the field of neurosurgery, with academic interests in cavernoma, unruptured aneurysm, AVM registries, as well as AI techniques and technology applications in skull base tumour surgery. His work has been widely published in respected peer-reviewed journals, including Neurosurgical Review. Mr Grover also has significant teaching experience, serving as the course director for the Queen Square Neurosurgery Review Course and co-lead for the London Brain School.