Dr Christian Skulina MD FRACP
Consultant Neurologist and Neurophysiologist
Dr Skulina obtained his medical qualifications with first class Honours from Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, Germany in 2002. He trained in Neurology and Neurophysiology at Zurich University Hospital in Switzerland and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney, completing his training in Neurology and Neurophysiology in 2008.
Dr Skulina has undertaken Stroke and Neurophysiology fellowships at Royal Prince Alfred hospital and worked as a research fellow at The George Institute for Global Health.
Dr Skulina has completed a doctoral thesis in Neuroimmunology at the Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry investigating the role of lymphocytes in Multiple Sclerosis.
Dr Skulina is a general Neurologist with sub-specialty interest in Nerve conduction studies/EMG, peripheral neuromuscular disorders, Multiple Sclerosis and injection therapy for movement disorders and migraine including EMG guided Botox injection.
Dr Skulina is a Consultant Neurologist at Sydney Adventist Hospital and Macquarie University Hospital. He is Clinical Lecturer in Neurology at Macquarie University.