Professor Carolyn Sue



Job Title Professor and Director of Neurogenetics
Organisation Name Kolling Institute, Royal North Shore Hospital and University of Sydney, NSW
Areas of Special Interest

Mitochondrial disease
Parkinson’s disease
Hereditary spastic paraplegia
Other movement disorders

Research relating to areas of special interest

Mitochondrial disease
Parkinson’s disease
Hereditary spastic paraplegia
Other movement disorders
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Adults or Children Adults and Children
Clinic Services Outpatient consultations
Clinic Contact details

Neurogenetics Clinic
Department of Neurogenetics
Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney, NSW

Clinic days/times Weekly clinics
Tuesdays 8.30am - 5pm
Other clinic details

GP referral required
Referrals are triaged

Telehealth consults Available
Telehealth Information Coming soon in late 2018.
Transitional Planning – Paediatric to adult services Available

Professor Carolyn Sue

is prepared to be contacted by Medical Practitioners and other Health Professionals
Additional Clinical Information

Clinical Information
Movement disorders – Evidence Based Medicine Publications
Movement disorders
Mitochondrial Disease Information Booklet for Medical Practitioners

Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia

Information for Patients
Fact Sheet 51 – Parkinson Disease
Mitochondrial disease medical information
Mitochondrial myopathy
About HSP (Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia)

European Reference Networks (ERNs)

European Reference Networks (ERNs)
ERNs are networks for clinicians and researchers to share expertise, knowledge and resources, this information may be of use to Australian health professionals and researchers.

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