Dr Mubasher A Qamar

Research Fellow


Dr Qamar has been with the King’s Parkinson’s research team for just over a year now. He started as a MSc student on the Neuroscience course at King’s, whereby he joined the group to complete a project titled ‘Non-motor symptoms in Parkinson’s disease and DaT scan evaluation’. He went on to produce 2 complementary papers for this thesis and has presented almost 10 abstracts in his time with the team. He was award with a distinction for his MSc and thesis.

Dr Qamar works with the team as a Research Fellow on several projects including PKGReg and sexual dysfunction questionnaire validation. He assists in meetings, masterclasses and other key events. He also is a medical write with the team and as such has published several papers in his short time with the team.

Dr Qamar also took an additional Theology and Philosophy degree, and is now an AKC. He aims to complete his PhD and fellowship with the team. He has been asked to undertake several additional tasks including creating a new website for the Parkinson’s UK Excellent Network in London (LPEN).

In his free time, Mubasher likes to explore London and its culture whilst walking for hours (he loves walking!).