Oliver Quarrell: a global approach to Huntington’s disease

Written by Lauren Pulling

As part of our month-long focus on the role of genetics in neurological disorders, we spoke to Oliver Quarrell, a Consultant in Clinical Genetics at Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust (UK) who treats families with both adult and childhood genetic conditions. Oliver qualified in Medicine in 1980 and obtained his MRCP (UK) qualification in 1984. He was appointed to his current post in 1990 and was elected a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in 1994. Oliver is author of ‘Huntington’s Disease: The Facts’, a book aimed at patients and their families, and has also co-edited a book on...

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