Dr Barry Walsh MB (NUI) FRCPath, MSc (Lond.)
Barry Walsh is a Consultant in Communicable Disease Control (CCDC) South West London Health Protection Team part of Public Health England. He worked for 24 years in public health specialising in the control and prevention of Infectiuos Diseases.
He qualified in medicine at the University of Cork Ireland in 1981. After House Officer roles in Cork he moved to England where he started training in pathology.
He specialised in medical microbiology first at St Mary’s Hospital Paddington and the John Radcliffe Hospital Oxford. Barry got his Membership in medical microbiology (MRC Path) in 1991.
He has a keen interest in Immunisation and Travel Medicine. He completed the Diploma in Travel Medicine Glasgow in 2006. He was a trainer in Yellow Fever for National Travel Network and Centre (NaTHNaC)
He works as a professional Blue Badge tour guide in London specialising in medical and art history tours as well as Palace of Westminster. He has a BA in the History of Art (Birkbeck College 1989) and won the Osler medal for the Diploma in History of Medicine at the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries 1991. He is in the process of undertaking a Diploma in the Asian Art (completed Islamic Art module) at School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS).
He has put together a number of lectures drawing on his specialties and experience. You can browse the lecture series here. Custom lectures are available just contact Barry and he will work to your needs.