Business news journalist Tori Wilson speaks with Professor Bill Carroll on his vision for the World Federation of Neurology as President

Inequality focus as Carroll takes global neurology role

William (Bill) Carroll has an ambitious agenda for the World Federation of Neurology when he takes up its presidency next year.

Perth-based Professor Carroll told Business News this month his aim while head of the WFN was to establish neurological care protocols in those parts of the world currently lacking services and facilities.

Founded in 1957, the WFN represents all national neurological societies and aims to improve the care of neurological patients worldwide.”

“I want to continue the role of the WFN in its primary mission, and as part of that I will be continuing to progress the development of neurology in Africa,” said Professor Carroll, who operates as a neurologist at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and a multiple sclerosis (MS) clinician and researcher at the Perron Institute for Neurological and Translational Science.”

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