Dr Laszlo Sztriha is a consultant neurologist at King’s College Hospital, London, where he also completed his stroke training. He obtained a PhD in stroke prevention, with a focus on the modern management of carotid stenosis, and completed a postdoctoral fellowship studying brain imaging markers of stroke recovery. Dr Sztriha was Lead Consultant for the clinical service at King’s and is currently Lead Clinician for the Hyperacute Stroke Research Centre at the same institution. He has been Principal Investigator on a number of stroke trials and also holds a research grant on the assessment of a novel MRI technique in acute stroke.
Dr Sztriha is a consultant neurologist at King’s College Hospital in London, practising on its main Denmark Hill, Princess Royal Farnborough, and Orpington sites. He sees a whole range of neurological conditions, including headaches and seizure presentations. He is one of the only few neurologists in South-East London with specialist skills in the acute management and follow-up of patients with stroke or transient ischaemic attack (TIA). He has been lead consultant for the clinical and research services in stroke at King’s.