Professor Hobart is a consultant neurologist at University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust, and Professor at the Peninsula Dental School and Peninsula Medical School, University of Plymouth. One of his interests is the diagnosis and management of people with MS, and he is President of the South Devon branch of the MS Society.
A primary research interest of Professor Hobart’s is rating scales for measuring health outcomes, demonstrated by his PhD in psychometrics from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (Professor Donna Lamping), post-doctoral attachments to the University of Chicago (Professor Ben Wright) and, more recently, a secondment to Murdoch University Perth, Western Australia (Professor David Andrich).
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