Consultant and honorary senior lecturer in neurology, King's College and Queen Elizabeth Hospitals, London
Dr Michael Rose is an elected member of Council at the Royal College of Physicians (RCP).
Dr Rose is an NHS neurologist with specialist interest in muscle disease and an active research portfolio. He works with the RCP as an examiner, examination board member and question writer for the MRCP and neurology specialty examinations.
Dr Rose has expertise in clinically-based research, especially in terms of clinical trials, outcome measures and creating standards of care.
From a young age Dr Rose has had a severe hearing impairment for which he wears high-powered hearing aids. Despite this he was fortunate to be able to enter medical school, complete his undergraduate and postgraduate training, and become a consultant. He is keen to champion the cause of others with disability seeking to enter and progress in the medical profession.