The Lasting Impact Award


Winner: Professor Robin Morris [pictured centre], Head of the Department of Clinical Neuropsychology at King's College Hospital

Robin was nominated by The Friends Stroke Unit

Professor Morris worked in this service for 28 years and during this time, he has been integral to the development of clinical neuropsychology services. He has helped with diagnosing and rehabilitating patients with various neurological conditions across Kings College Hospital.

He has carried out numerous research publications and he has supervised many trainee clinical psychologist placements, PhD students and research projects.

He has made an enormous contribution to research in diverse areas from dementia to epilepsy. He has supported and developed the careers of many junior researchers and clinicians.

At the same time, he has developed and led a highly effective clinical neuropsychology service across KHP institute of Neurosciences, demonstrating that the clinician scientist model is still alive and strong. His primary aim has always been to help patients and families and a huge number of Lambeth patients who are local to Kings College Hospital have benefited from his services.