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Dr James Teo is a Professor of Neurology with a specialist interest in stroke rehabilitation, general neurology, brain injury and clinical informatics.

He began his undergraduate medical training at University of Oxford and Royal Free Medical School. His postgraduate training was throughout the south east (including Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge, Royal Marsden Hospital, Charing Cross Hospital, St Mary’s Hospital and University College London Hospital). He also holds a PhD in Clinical Neurology, awarded by the internationally prestigious UCL Institute of Neurology, Queen Square.

He is also the Joint Director for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (AI) at King's College Hospital and Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, leading the development and deployment of the CogStack as Clinical Lead and Founder.

He is KCH Investigator for the London Medical Imaging and AI Centre for Value Based Healthcare. His work with natural language processing AI has won AI Awards from NHSX and has been reviewed by the World Economic Forum.

He has written more than 80 peer-reviewed academic papers on topics ranging from Stroke to Parkinson's Disease. He worked with smartphones in smartphones in Parkinson’s disease (Michael J Fox Parkinson's Data Challenge in 2012), wearable cardiac patches for stroke prevention as chief investigator of EPACS trial, as well health data monitoring systems and AI for Natural Language Processing and Machine Vision.

External positions

Member of Confidentiality Advisory Group, Health Research Authority

1 Mar 2023 → …

Clinical Director of Data and AI, GSTT Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

1 Jun 2020 → …

Clinical Director of Data and AI, King's College Hospital

1 Oct 2014 → …

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