Professional background

Dr Quattrocchi trained in medicine and then in neurology at the University of Catania, Italy. During her training, she spent one year as clinical and research fellow in the neurology and movement disorders department of the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital, in Paris.

After her training, she undertook a masters in neuroepidemiology and tropical neurology at the European Institute of Tropical Neurology in Limoges, France.

She then moved to London, where she completed a PhD in motor neuroscience at UCL, and she developed a clinical and research interest in stroke.

After one year as locum neurology consultant in Lewisham and Greenwich, she was appointed as consultant neurologist at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and at the North Middlesex Hospital in 2020.

Her clinical interests are general and acute neurology and stroke, and in particular stroke in young people.  

Research interests

Stroke, young stroke, neuroepidemiology

Languages spoken

Italian, French, Spanish