Dr Claire Muller is a consultant Neurologist having become a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians in 2016. She has a longstanding interest in Neuroscience and prior to completing her medical degree, at the University of Queensland (UQ) she completed an undergraduate dual degree (BSc, BA) majoring in Neuroscience, Biomedical Science, Cognitive Science, and French also at UQ. Through her medical training she has gained extensive experience in a variety of metropolitan, regional and rural Queensland hospitals, ranging from the Gold Coast University Hospital up to Cairns Base Hospital and the central west of the state.
Dr Muller undertook her physician training at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH) and the Gold Coast University Hospital followed by a Stroke Research Fellowship at Melbourne’s Eastern Health. During her fellowship she was actively involved in enrolling patients into various multicentre hyperacute and acute stroke trials. She is currently working as a full time staff specialist in Stroke and Neurology at Queensland’s largest tertiary referral centre, RBWH.