Clinical Professor Soumya Ghosh is consultant neurologist at the Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Perth Children’s Hospital, and Fiona Stanley Hospital, and Clinical Professor at the Perron Institute.

After completing his medical training in India at the Christian Medical College, Clinical Professor Ghosh completed a PhD in neurophysiology from the Australian National University. Then he was a postdoctoral fellow at Queen’s University in Canada and at the University of NSW. In 1991 he moved to the University of Queensland where he started his own research program in brain function and control of voluntary movement. In 1997 Clinical Professor Ghosh moved to the Australian Neuromuscular Research Institute (now Perron Institute) in Perth where he continued his studies in brain networks and neural control of movement. He completed his specialist training in neurology in Perth followed by subspecialty training in movement disorders at the Toronto Western Hospital. His current research program at the Perron Institute includes the investigation of brain plasticity and clinical trials to improve outcomes after brain injury. He also directs research in non-invasive brain stimulation in Perth Children’s Hospital which focuses on childhood epilepsy.

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