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DR Ronald Siu


Dr Ronald Siu is a neurologist. He graduated from the University of Melbourne with Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery and Bachelor of Medical Science. He worked at the Neuropsychiatry Unit at the Royal Melbourne Hospital for his research project related to cognitive function. Dr Siu completed his early medical training in Brisbane, before relocating to Sydney for both general medicine and neurology advanced training. He completed neurology advanced training in New Zealand before relocating back to Queensland.

Dr Siu enjoys teaching and research. He completed two master degrees, a Master of Public Health and Master of Philosophy, with a thesis on a familial form of spinocerebellar ataxia. Dr Siu spent some time at the National Institute of Health (Bethesda, USA) as part of his research. He has held a number of teaching and academic positions at the Giffith University, University of Queensland, and University of Wollongong in the past. He is currently a Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland and the Academic Lead for Year 3 Medicine at the Rural Clinical Unit in Toowoomba. He is an local examiner of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians specialist examination.

Dr Siu provides outpatient consultation services in his suite at Toowoomba Neurology and for inpatients of St Andrew's Hospital and St Vincent's Hospital in Toowoombal. He also provides public services as a staff specialist neurologist at the Toowoomba Base Hospital. He is the Clinical Director of the Neurology Department at the Toowoomba Hospital.

Dr Siu has special interest in Headache Disorder, Mutliple Sclerosis and completed a Headache Master in Australia held by the Australian and New Zealand Headache Society.

Fellowship and professional memberships

Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians

Member of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Neurologists

Member of the American Academy of Neurology

Member of the Australasian Stroke Academy

Member of the Australian and New Zealand Headache Society