Dr. Nimeshan Geevasinga is a Neurologist, Neurophysiologist and Clinical Lecturer at the University of Sydney. A graduate of the University of Sydney, he completed his training in Neurology and Clinical Neurophysiology at Westmead and Royal North Shore Hospitals.
He has a keen interest in all areas of Clinical Neurology and Neurophysiology, with a particular interest in neuromuscular disorders. He is a NHMRC Postdoctoral Scholar, undertaking research in the area of Motor Neuron Disease.
He has published numerous scientific articles and presents regularly at local and international conferences in the area of Neuromuscular disorders.
What does the conference theme “Do More” mean to you?
Do More captures what we can all do to improve patient care but also to strive to achieve more in all of what we do.
Why are you excited about participating in MM2017?
I am excited to be attending this conference, so that I can learn more about the research and advances in patient care and pharmacy.
Where do you see pharmacy in 10 years?
I see pharmacy continue to be an integral part of patient care, in looking after and educating patients regarding their illness and managing their symptoms/disease.