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Beverly Fraser, secretary (Charing Cross Hospital)

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Ross Deacon, secretary (St Mary's Hospital)


Dr Antonio Scalfari graduated and trained as a neurologist in Italy. He has a research background in multiple sclerosis and neuro-inflammatory conditions. From 2003 to 2006 he was a clinical fellow in the neurology department of Oxford University. In 2011 he obtained his PhD in neuro-epidemiology, under the supervision of Prof P. Muraro, at Imperial College London, where he was then post-doctorate research fellow from 2011 to 2013. Since 2006 he has been working at the London North West Healthcare NHS Trust, and in 2013 he started working at the multiple sclerosis unit at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. In 2017 he was appointed substantive consultant neurologist. Along with other consultants, he manages the multiple sclerosis and neuro-inflammatory diseases service at Charing Cross and St Mary's hospitals, and works as a general neurologist at London North West Healthcare NHS Trust (Central Middlesex and Northwick Park hospitals).


Multiple sclerosis, neuro-inflammatory conditions, general neurology

Research & publications

Scalfari, A., Neuhaus, A., Degenhardt, A., Rice, G.P., Muraro, P.A, Daumer, M. and Ebers, G.C. (2010) The natural history of multiple sclerosis, a geographically based study 10: relapses and long-term disability. Brain, 133: 1914–29 

Scalfari, A., Neuhaus, A., Daumer, M., Ebers, G.C., and Muraro, P. A. (2011) Age and disability accumulation in multiple sclerosis. Neurology, 27;77 (13): 1246–52

Scalfari, A., Neuhaus, A., Daumer, M., DeLuca, G. C., Muraro, P. A., Ebers, G.C. (2013) Early relapses, onset of progression and late outcomes in multiple sclerosis JAMA Neurology, Feb; 70(2):214–22

Scalfari, A., Knapperts V., Cutter, G., Goodin, D.S., Ashton, R. and Ebers, G.C. (2013) Mortality in patients with multiple sclerosis Neurology, Jul 9; 81 (2): 184–92

Scalfari, A., Neuhaus, A., Daumer, M., Muraro, P. A. Ebers, G.C. (2014) Onset of secondary progressive phase and long term evolution of multiple sclerosis JNNP, Jan;85(1):67–75.

Scalfari, A. (2015) Multiple sclerosis relapse phenotype is an important, neglected, determinant of disease outcome. NO Multiple Sclerosis Journal, Vol 21 (11), 1371–75

Scalfari, A., Lederer, C., Daumer, M., Nicholas, R., Ebers, G.C., Muraro, P.A. (2016) The relationship of age with the clinical phenotype in multiple sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis Journal, Feb 11