Dr Peter Moore is a consultant neurologist at the Walton Centre in Liverpool and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Neurology at the University of Liverpool. He has clinics in general neurology and movement disorders. He established the botulinum toxin service at the Walton Centre.
Peter runs training in botulinum toxin treatment for the Movement Disorder Society. He has run and participated in many clinical trials in Parkinson's Disease, dystonia and spasticity and remains active in these fields, especially in the uses of botulinum toxin.
Peter co-authored the 'Handbook of botulinum toxin treatment' and guidelines of Parkinson's disease and the use of botulinum toxin.
Dr Richard Ellis is a consultant neurologist based in Liverpool. He provides a visiting neurology service at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital and the Countess of Chester Hospital.
He established an ambulatory neurology clinic and acute medical unit in-reach service at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital. He has a keen interest in medical education and regularly teaches undergraduate and postgraduate in neurological sciences.
He has a specialist interest in movement disorders and is part of the therapeutic botulinum toxin service at the Walton Centre in Liverpool.