Dr Karine Lascelles is a consultant children's neurologist specialising in epilepsy and neurofibromatosis.
After graduating from Bristol University in 1993, she began training in paediatrics in 1994 in Exeter. Dr Lascelles then spent 18 months training in Sydney, Australia. She returned to the UK to work at Guy's Hospital in 1997, and joined a formal training programme in 1998 in south London.
Karine started training in paediatric neurology in 2000 at Guy's and St Thomas', St George's and King's College Hospital. After completing her training, she worked as an epilepsy fellow at King's College Hospital for one year. This included some time in Paris with Professor Dulac.
She became a consultant children's neurologist at Guy's and St Thomas' in October 2005, and is one of three consultants who runs the complex epilepsy service at Evelina London.
Karine is also the lead doctor for our nationally funded children's neurofibromatosis service.