The Role of the Medical Advisory Committee
Our Medical Advisory Committee (MAC) plays a vital role supporting the Trustees and helping the charity work towards and achieve its objectives.
It provides insight, scientific direction, support and expertise to the CSF Leak Association and the work it does.
The MAC works closely with the Charity’s Board of Trustees and acts as a focal point for medical professionals to enable the development of clear and consistent patient pathways and advance investigatory and treatment options.
Current members of the committee are:
Dr Manjit Matharu, Consultant Neurologist, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (Chair)
Mr James Walkden, Consultant Neurosurgeon, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
Dr Anthony Ordman, Consultant in Pain Medicine, Wellington Hospital
Dr Changez Jadun, Consultant Neuroradiologist, Royal Stoke University Hospital
Dr Simon Ellis, Consultant Neurologist, Royal Stoke University Hospital
Dr David Butteriss, Consultant Neuroradiologist, Royal Victoria Infirmary
Dr Brendan Davies, Consultant Neurologist, Royal Stoke University Hospital
Dr Heather Angus-Leppan, Consultant Neurologist, Royal Free Hospital
Mr Ahmed Toma, Consultant Neurosurgeon, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery
Sarah Mead, Patient Representative
Clare Joy, Trustee Representative (Secretary)
There are no current vacancies on our Medical Advisory Committee but if you are a medical professional with a specific interest in CSF leaks you can register your interest in joining when a vacancy becomes available by contacting the committee’s secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org