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Mr Patrick Grover is a consultant neurosurgeon and cranial neurosurgery lead at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. He specialises in skull base surgery and vascular neurosurgery and has particular expertise in the treatment of the following conditions:
- Skull base tumours such as Vestibular Schwannomas and Meningiomas
- Cerebral Aneurysms
- Arteriovenous Malformations
He is a Gamma Knife radiosurgery practitioner and is able to treat his patients using this minimally invasive method, allowing for shorter recovery times and great outcomes for his patients.
Mr Grover gained first class honours degrees from Oxford University in the fields of Biology, Medicine, and Neuroscience. He undertook medical and neurosurgical training at Imperial College London, the Royal London Hospital, and Great Ormond Street Hospital. He then completed his higher surgical fellowship training at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery before being appointed there as a consultant, giving him a strong educational base alongside his extensive experience.
Mr Grover is a keen academic and has research interests in unruptured aneurysm management, AVM registries and biology, and Artificial Intelligence and technology applications in skull base tumour surgery. He a passionate educator and is currently course director for the Queen Square review course and London Brain School.
MA Biol 2000-2003 Oxford University
MSc Neurosciences 2003-2004 Oxford University
BM BCh 2004-2008 Oxford University
MRCS 2009 (Royal College of Surgeons England)
FRCS (SN) 2017 (Royal College of Surgeons England)
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