Richard I Lindley
Richard Lindley is Professor of Geriatric Medicine, University of Sydney and Honorary Professorial Fellow at the George Institute for Global Health. He qualified from Newcastle upon Tyne medical school in 1986, and trained in general internal medicine, stroke and geriatrics in England, Scotland and Australia (being Fellow in Geriatric Medicine at Westmead Hospital in 1994). He was the research fellow for the first “mega-trial” in stroke (The International Stroke Trial) and has since collaborated in over 40 randomised controlled trials ranging from influenza control to breast cancer treatment. He currently runs a portfolio of studies in acute stroke, rehabilitation and frailty. He provides clinical service in acute geriatric medicine, acute stroke and rehabilitation at Blacktown and Mt Druitt Hospitals, Sydney.
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