Dr Angus Nisbet
Dr Angus Nisbet qualified as a doctor at Nottingham Medical School in 1986 and has been a consultant neurologist in Sussex since 1997.
He undertook research into Parkinson’s disease at the Institute of Neurology and Parkinson’s Disease Society Brain Bank where he published a number of papers on the pathophysiology of Parkinson’s disease. He spent ten years with Brighton & Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust and has spent the last four years in a pioneering role as an independent NHS neurologist, running clinics for a number of different NHS trusts across Sussex. He remains linked to Hurstwood Park Neurological Centre in Haywards Heath.
In October 2008, he joined the Queen Victoria Hospital Sleep Disorder Centre where he runs a sleep neurology clinic and full poly-somnography service with video EEG/EMG/respiratory telemetry. He has published in the field of sleep walking and has research interests in sleep medicine.
Dr Nisbet has broad interests across the field of neurology having run services for ten years in Brighton for Parkinson’s disease, dystonia, epilepsy and a disease modifying treatment service for patients with multiple sclerosis. His other interests include HIV neurology and immunological diseases of the nervous system.