Dr Rodney Marsh
Dr Marsh obtained his medical degree from the University of Queensland in 1992. He completed training in Psychiatry and Old Age Psychiatry in 2000 and 2002 respectively. He is a member of Section of Neuropsychiatry RANZCP, Faculty of Forensic Psychiatry RANZCP, Section of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry RANZCP and Faculty of Psychiatry of Old Age RANZCP.
Dr Marsh specialises in dementias and non-motor aspects of movement disorders, particularly Huntington’s and Parkinson’s disease. He has had a specific interest in neurosurgery for Parkinson’s disease, and has been involved in both research and the clinical care of over 400 patients in this pioneering field. He is currently involved in planning for the implementation of Deep Brain Stimulation for use in treatment resistant psychiatric disorders at St Andrews War Memorial Hospital and UQCCR.
He is a committee member of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists’ local neuropsychiatry section. As part of his role, he has organised medical education programs for Queensland psychiatrists. He regularly provides lectures on neuropsychiatry topics to medical students, psychiatry trainees and neurologists.