A medical graduate of the University of Western Australia with training in neurology at the Royal Perth Hospital, Mayo Clinic and Western General Hospital, Edinburgh
Graeme Hankey is Winthrop Professor of Neurology in the UWA School of Medicine and Pharmacology and Consultant Neurologist at the Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital. Graeme’s main research interests focus on epidemiological studies and clinical trials of treatment strategies for acute stroke and stroke prevention. He has been principal investigator on a number of international studies and has approaching 700 scientific publications. With an h-index of 88, Graeme is one of Australia’s most highly cited neurology researchers.