Dr Antonia Carroll is a neurologist, neurophysiologist and clinician-researcher with interests in neuromuscular, neuroinflammatory and neuro-haematological disorders. She received her medical degree from the University of Sydney and completed neurology training in Sydney at Royal Prince Alfred, Concord and St Vincent’s Hospitals.
In 2017, she was awarded an ANZAN fellowship to the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, London, where she developed expertise in the investigation and management of neuromuscular disorders. She has undertaken further sub-specialty training in neuromuscular disease and neurophysiology.
Dr Carroll is a staff specialist neurologist and neurophysiologist at St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney, as well as providing general neurology, neuromuscular and neurophysiology services in Wagga Wagga. Dr Carroll is currently undertaking PhD studies in peripheral nerve disorders associated with protein deposition, particularly relating to amyloidosis and haematological conditions.