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educator , Neurologist , researcher

Hannah Rutherford Cock, British neurologist, educator, researcher. Certified Professional Accreditation Teaching Higher Education 2000. Member of Institute Learning and Teaching, International League Against Epilepsy, Association British Neurologists (president 1998—2000, Clinical Research and Academy committee since 2001, Acute Neurological Services committee 1999—2001).

Background

Cock, Hannah Rutherford was born on September 13, 1964 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Daughter of Alan Geoffrey and Martha Rutherford Cock.

Education

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, University College London, 1989. Bachelor of Science in Physiology, University College London, 1986. Doctor of Medicine, University London, 1996.

Career

Medical registrar Hillingdon/Hammersmith Hospitals, London, 1993—1994. Neurology registrar Royal Free Hospital, 1994—1998, National Hospital for Neurology, London, 1998—1999. Clinical lecturer neurology Institute Neurology, 1999—2001, Wellcome advanced fellow, since 2001.

Honorary consultant neurology National Hospital Neurology, London, 2001—2003. Senior lecturer, honorary consultant neurologist St. Georges Hospital Medical School, London, since 2003.

Achievements

  • Certified Professional Accreditation Teaching Higher Education 2000.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor chapters to books, articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of Institute Learning and Teaching, International League Against Epilepsy, Association British Neurologists (president 1998—2000, Clinical Research and Academy committee since 2001, Acute Neurological Services committee 1999—2001).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Performer, music.

Connections

father:
Alan Geoffrey

mother:
Martha Rutherford Cock