Mr Ciaran Scott Hill

Mr Ciaran Scott Hill

Neurosurgery 06160673

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About me

Mr Ciaran Scott Hill is a highly accomplished, consultant neurosurgeon and honorary associate professor with over 15 year�s of experience practising in London. He treats a wide range of neurosurgical conditions and possesses expertise in both benign and malignant (cancerous) brain tumours, brain metastasis, cavernoma and facial pain, alongside gamma knife, radiosurgery, skull base tumours and degenerative and painful spinal conditions.

Mr Hill was awarded an MBBS from Barts and The Royal London Medical School at The University of London in 2007, graduating top of his year group with a double distinction. Following this, he undertook neurosurgical training in London with experience in the full spectrum of cranial and spinal neurosurgery. He also obtained subspeciality training with an academic clinical lectureship in neurosurgical oncology at Queen Square, London.

Mr Hill successfully completed a PhD in clinical neuroscience, from the prestigious University of Cambridge.

He is passionate about advancing patient care and developing new treatments, currently holding the role of honorary associate professor at the Cancer Institute of University College London. In his research, he aims to gain insights into fundamental molecular mechanisms of disease and implement these into patient care. He also strives to support other clinicians and to deliver a world-class service of care to both his patients and students, working to improve understanding and treatment of brain tumours and other diseases of the brain and spine.

Mr Hill has an extensive research output with multiple high-impact peer reviewed publications, abstracts and books. He leads several clinical trials to improve outcomes for patients. He is a fellow of The Royal College of Surgeons and the Higher Education Authority.

Areas of interest

benign brain tumours, malignant (cancerous) brain tumours, brain metastasis, pineal tumours, cavernomas (cavernous malformations), facial pain including trigeminal neuralgia, gamma knife radiosurgery, skull base tumours, degenerative and painful spinal conditions.

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