After qualifying in medicine at Cambridge and Oxford Universities, and general medical training in London, Dr. Chataway specialised in Neurology over an 8 year period with posts in Edinburgh, Cambridge and London. He was awarded a PhD from Cambridge University in genetic epidemiology of multiple sclerosis (MS) and took up his post as a consultant Neurologist in 2001 at St Mary’s Hospital and The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square. He is now full time at the National Hospital, Queen Square where he is the MS clinical lead and co-leads the Adult onset Leukodystrophy Group (ALG).
In 2012 he had the honour to be the Chief Neurologist to the Olympic Games in London. He is also neurologist to St Luke’s for the Church of England.