Nicholson-Roberts, Dr Tim
BSc MBBS MRCP FRCA FFICM DipMedTox EDIC
Neurointensive care, trauma anaesthesia, pre-hospital care
Training and education
- BSc in biochemistry with basic medical sciences - University of London, 1994
- MBBS - Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School, 1996
- Membership of the Royal College of Physicians - 2005
- Fellowship of the Royal College of Anaesthetists - 2006
- Diploma in medical toxicology (with distinction) - University of Cardiff, 2008
- European diploma in intensive care - 2011
- Fellow of the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine - 2014
Fellowship at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square
Dr Nicholson-Roberts joined the Trust in 2012 as a consultant in the neurosciences intensive care unit. He is a Lieutenant Colonel in the Royal Army Medical Corps serving as a consultant in intensive care medicine. He regularly flies as a prehospital emergency physician with the Hampshire and Isle of Wight air ambulance.
He trained in London, Wessex and south west regions, and completed a fellowship at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square.
Dr Nicholson-Roberts is currently researching medical countermeasures to toxic lung injury with Defence Science and Technology Laboratories and the University of Southampton.
- Awarded the Pask Certificate of Honour twice.
- Ambulance Service Institute: Air Ambulance Award for Medical Emergency Response Team (MERT), Afghanistan 2009.
- Military and Civilian Healthcare Partnership Awards finalist: CBRN training 2011.
You can read about Dr Nicholson-Roberts' research here.