Dr Richard Nicholas, Consultant Neurologist

Dr Richard Nicholas

Consultant Neurologist

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Dr Richard Nicholas MBBS, FRCP

Consultant Neurologist

MBBS, FRCP

Dr Richard Nicholas

Consultant Neurologist MBBS, FRCP

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MBBS, FRCP

Areas of expertise

  • General neurology
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Neuro-inflammatory conditions
  • Neuro-rehab
  • Electroencephalography (EEG)

Recommendations for Dr Nicholas

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  • byMr Marc E Laniado, Consultant Urological Surgeon

    Dr Richard Nicholas is well-known, well-liked, very intelligent neurologist who understands patient’s problems quickly, uses the best possible diagnostic methods and offers the best possible treatment. He’s highly respected in the field and he’s good.

  • byMr Richard Sinnerton, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

    Dr Richard Nicholas is a consultant neurologist. Patients who I've referred to him are happy with his clinical care and he has received good feedback.

  • byMr Marc E Laniado, Consultant Urological Surgeon

    Dr Richard Nicholas is well-known, well-liked, very intelligent neurologist who understands patient’s problems quickly, uses the best possible diagnostic methods and offers the best possible treatment. He’s highly respected in the field and he’s good.

  • byMr Richard Sinnerton, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

    Dr Richard Nicholas is a consultant neurologist. Patients who I've referred to him are happy with his clinical care and he has received good feedback.

  • Address

    • HCA UK at The Shard

      The Shard, 32 St Thomas Street, London, SE1 9BS

    • London Bridge Hospital

      27 Tooley Street, London, SE1 2PR

    About Dr Richard Nicholas

    GMC number: 3558829

    Year qualified: 1991

    Place of primary qualification: University of London

    Dr Emily Thompson: Consultant Cardiologist at St. Mary's Hospital

    Dr Emily Thompson is a highly respected consultant cardiologist at St. Mary's Hospital, London. She has been a dedicated member of the medical team since her appointment in 2010. Dr Thompson specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular diseases, with a particular focus on heart failure, arrhythmias, and coronary artery disease.

    Dr Thompson completed her medical degree at the University of Oxford, followed by specialist training in cardiology at several leading hospitals in the UK. Her extensive training and experience have equipped her with the skills to perform a wide range of procedures, including angioplasty, echocardiography, and pacemaker implantation.

    In her role at St. Mary's Hospital, Dr Thompson is responsible for managing complex cardiac cases and providing expert care to her patients. She is also actively involved in clinical research, contributing to advancements in the field of cardiology. Her research interests include the development of new treatments for heart failure and the use of advanced imaging techniques in the diagnosis of heart conditions.

    Dr Thompson is passionate about patient education and regularly conducts seminars and workshops to raise awareness about heart health. She believes in a holistic approach to treatment, considering both the physical and emotional well-being of her patients.

    Outside of her clinical duties, Dr Thompson enjoys staying active through running and yoga. She is also an avid reader and enjoys spending time with her family.

    Dr Emily Thompson's commitment to excellence in cardiology and her compassionate approach to patient care make her a valued member of the St. Mary's Hospital team.

    Areas of expertise

    • Multiple Sclerosis
    • Neuroinflammation
    • Neuro-opthalmology
    • Multiple sclerosis

    Professional memberships

    General Medical Council

    Articles by Dr Richard Nicholas

    Efficacy of three neuroprotective drugs in secondary progressive multiple sclerosis (ms-smart): a phase 2b, multiarm, double-blind, randomised placebo-controlled trial

    Iron homeostasis, complement, and coagulation cascade as csf signature of cortical lesions in early multiple sclerosis

    Covid-19-related acute necrotizing encephalopathy with brain stem involvement in a patient with aplastic anemia

    Eningeal inflammation changes the balance of tnf signalling in cortical grey matter in multiple sclerosis

    B cell rich meningeal inflammation associates with increased spinal cord pathology in multiple sclerosis

    Csf parvalbumin levels reflect interneuron loss linked with cortical pathology in multiple sclerosis

    Using amyloid pet imaging to diagnose alzheimer’s disease in patients with multiple sclerosis

    Accelerated brain ageing and disability in multiple sclerosis