Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery, McGill University
Attending Physician, Montreal Neurological Hospital and Institute
Dr. Paul Giacomini is a clinical neurologist with expertise in multiple sclerosis, as well as advanced neuroimaging techniques. He studied medicine at the University of Toronto and returned to his native Montreal to pursue his neurology residency at McGill University, followed by a fellowship in multiple sclerosis, and post-doctoral studies evaluating nonconventional neuroimaging techniques in multiple sclerosis under the mentorship of Doug Arnold. He is currently a faculty member of McGill University, an Assistant Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery, and an attending physician at the Montreal Neurological Hospital and Institute.
Dr. Giacomini’s current focus is on patient care and evaluating novel therapeutics in relapsing remitting and progressive multiple sclerosis. He is very active in clinical research, and is an investigator in numerous clinical trials. He is also passionate about medical education and has organized several symposia and lectures for neurology trainees across the province and was recently awarded the McGill Neurology Clinical Teaching Award.