After completing a joint Honours BSc, Neil studied medicine at the University of Glasgow. He then moved to London to train in Obstetrics & Gynaecology and subsequently became a subspecialty trainee in Maternal Fetal Medicine at King’s College Hospital, London. During this time, he developed an interest in first trimester screening for preeclampsia and was a member of the team that produced the ASPRE study.
In 2017, he moved to Paris where he worked as an obstetrician and fetal medicine specialist at Necker Hospital and lectured at Descartes University Paris. Neil returned home to Ireland in February 2020 where he took up his current post at the Coombe hospital. He has expertise in high risk pregnancies, fetal ultrasound, and fetal echocardiology.
His special interests are 1st trimester ultrasound and screening for aneuploidies and preeclampsia, fetal abnormalities, twins, high risk obstetrics, diabetes in pregnancy, and undergraduate and postgraduate teaching.