Meet the team

Neurology consultants

Cris Constantinescu image Prof Cris Constantinescu

I am an honorary consultant neurologist and Professor of Clinical Neurology at the University of Nottingham. I have clinical and research interest in neuroimmunology and multiple sclerosis. My general neurology clinics are at NUH and King’s Mill Hospital and I run an MS clinic and a neuroimmunology clinic at NUH. I am currently the Midlands and East of England representative in the ABN research committee and clinical lead for neurological diseases of the NIHR East Midlands.

Dr Nikos Evangelou

Dr Jonathan Evans (Acting clinical lead)

Dr Rasha Fahim

Dr Christina Giavasi

Dr Chris Gilmore

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Dr Bruno Gran

I have subspecialty interest in multiple sclerosis (MS) and neuroinflammation. My MS clinics are at the Queen’s Medical Centre (QMC) and my general neurology clinics are at the QMC and King’s Mill Hospital. I am a member of MS Advisory Group of the Association of British Neurologists and Honorary Clinical Associate Professor of Neurology at the University of Nottingham.


Dr Akram Hosseini

Dr Miles Humberstone

Dr Sue-Yin Lim

Dr Paul Maddison

Dr Esmaeil Nikfekr

Michael O'Donoghue image Dr Michael O'Donoghue

I am interested in all aspects of epilepsy with a particular focus on complex epilepsy associated with intellectual and other neurological disabilities. I am a Honorary assistant Professor in Neurology at Nottingham University. My goal is to provide the best possible holistic care for patients with challenging epilepsy through the use of a full range of established and novel treatments with the help of a multi-disciplinary team.

Dr Athanasios Papathanasiou

Dr Gillian Sare

Dr Saam Sedehizadeh

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Dr Sumeet Singhal

Sumeet Singhal works in the Epilepsy team here at NUH. He has interests in Functional Neurology specifically Dissociative Seizures, Sleep Neurology and Neuro-Oncology. He is currently Training Programme Director for Neurology. 



Dr Radu Tanasescu

Dr Adrian Wills

Adrian Wills has been a Consultant since 1998. He has subspecialty interests in stroke neuropathy and Acute medicine. He is currently Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) Ambassador for the East of England.