Dr. Dougall McCorry completed his medical degree in 1996 at the University of Leicester, Leicester, UK. In 1999, He became a member of the Royal College of physicians, London, UK. He then undertook his specialist neurological training in Scotland and Yorkshire and went afterward to complete his training at The Walton Center for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Liverpool, UK. Now, Dr. McCorry is a consultant neurologist at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, and the clinical lead of the nationally renowned unit for the treatment of epilepsy at the University Hospital, Birmingham, UK. He frequently teaches and examines in the Medical School at the University of Birmingham, where he has been granted the title of honorary senior lecturer. He undertakes general neurology clinics in Birmingham and The Hereford County Hospital, UK. Dr. McCorry's further interests including headache, multiple sclerosis, and medico-legal practice. His expertise covers a range of areas including Epilepsy, Post Head Injury, and Whiplash Syndrome where all patients with persisting post-accident neurological symptoms can be offered imaging and other investigations as well as a full range of treatment services. At University Hospitals Birmingham, Queen Elizabeth, Dr. McCorry runs a full epilepsy program including video telemetry, epilepsy surgery workup, psychometry, and neuroradiology. Dr. McCorry has authored and contributed to a range of publications mainly concerned with Neurology and Epilepsy.