Professor Huw Morris
Consultant neurologist and professor of clinical neuroscience
BSc MBBS PhD FRCP
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Movement disorders, Neurosciences
Huw Morris is professor of clinical neuroscience at UCL Institute of Neurology, and honorary consultant neurologist at the Royal Free Hospital and the National Hospital, Queen Square.
He specialises in movement disorders in particular Parkinson’s disease, tremor, and atypical parkinsonian syndromes like progressive supranuclear palsy, multiple system atrophy and cortico-basal syndrome. He was senior lecturer and then professor in neurology and neurogenetics at Cardiff University, the Royal Gwent Hospital and the University Hospital of Wales from 2003-2013.
His clinical and research training took place at the National Hospital, the Mayo Clinic and the Western Pacific island of Guam. He is leading a new UK-wide research network in PSP and cortico-basal degeneration (PROSPECT) and the search for new genes in early onset Parkinson’s disease.
He is interested in the genetics and pathology of tauopathies like PSP and CBD, in early onset and familial Parkinson’s and using this research to develop new treatments for patients with these diseases.