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Dr Cullen O'Gorman

Specialty: Neurology
Clinical Interests: Electrodiagnostic testing
Practices at: MPHB
Phone 07 3163 3600
Fax07 3163 3601
Email[email protected]

Consult Rooms

Brisbane Clinical Neuroscience Centre
Salmon Building
Suite 1, Level 3
Raymond Terrace
South Brisbane QLD 4101
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Dr Cullen O’Gorman is a specialist Neurologist and Clinical Neurophysiologist based in Brisbane, Queensland.

He offers advanced electrodiagnostic testing for nerve and muscle disease, including traumatic nerve injury, nerve entrapment, peripheral neuropathy, myopathy and myasthenia gravis.

He completed his medical degree at the University of London in 2003. Following graduation proxime accesit to the University Medal, he worked for several years in England before visiting Australia, where he fell in love with a Queenslander and with Queensland. He completed medical residency in Queensland, with specialist neurology training at the Royal Brisbane Hospital, Princess Alexandra Hospital and the Gold Coast Hospital. This training gave him a broad experience caring for patients and their families affected by neurological disease.

He was then lucky enough to be chosen for a prestigious ANZAN overseas fellowship, which allowed him to continue learning and caring for patients at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, USA. Whilst at the Mayo Clinic, he completed fellowships in advanced clinical neurology and clinical neurophysiology, which allowed him to develop expertise in advanced techniques including single fibre electromyography, and nerve and muscle ultrasound, before returning to practice in Brisbane.

During his training in Queensland he developed a research interest in the epidemiology of multiple sclerosis and continues to work towards a PhD in this area under the mentorship of Prof. Simon Broadley. He was awarded the James G MacLeod Advanced Trainee award at the 2012 ANZAN annual conference. He has also won awards from Griffith University, QLD for clinical research.

Dr O'Gorman consults at Brisbane Clinical Neuroscience Centre.

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