Benjamin Wakerley graduated from Imperial College school of Medicine in 2001, where he was also awarded a BSc in neuroscience and a PhD in molecular immunology. He completed his general medical training in London and his clinical neurology training in Oxford. He spent two years of his neurology registrar training at the National University Hospital in Singapore.
He is now a consultant neurologist at the Royal Gloucestershire Hospital and does a specialist headache clinic at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford.
His main research interests are Guillain-Barré syndrome and Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension.
Guillain-Barré and Miller Fisher syndromes-new diagnostic classification.
Wakerley BR. et al, (2014), Nat Rev Neurol, 10
Polyneuritis cranialis--subtype of Guillain-Barré syndrome?
Wakerley BR. and Yuki N., (2015), Nat Rev Neurol, 11
Idiopathic intracranial hypertension.
Wakerley BR. et al, (2015), Cephalalgia, 35, 248 - 261
Variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease in a Patient with Heterozygosity at PRNP Codon 129.
Mok T. et al, N Engl J Med, 376, 292 - 294
Therapeutic complement inhibition: a promising approach for treatment of neuroimmunological diseases.
Pilch KS. et al, (2017), Expert Rev Neurother, 17, 579 - 591
Kimachi T. et al, (2017), Muscle Nerve, 55, 446 - 447
Posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome complicating diabetic ketoacidosis; an important treatable complication.
Jones R. et al, (2017), Pediatr Diabetes, 18, 159 - 162
Paraparetic Guillain-Barré syndrome: Nondemyelinating reversible conduction failure restricted to the lower limbs.
Kimachi T. et al, (2017), Muscle Nerve, 55, 281 - 285
Risk of Guillain–Barré syndrome from fresh chicken in the United Kingdom
Wakerley BR. and Yuki N., (2016), Journal of Acute Medicine, 6, 105 - 106