Dr Daniel Wardman (he/him) is a neurologist and neurophysiologist who has worked in the South Eastern Sydney area for several years. He graduated MBBS (Hons) at the University of Sydney in 2006 after winning a number of awards including the Dr HG Chapman prize for the best honours thesis in physiology as well as completing an elective term at the University of Oxford in Neurology and Neurosurgery.

Dr Wardman also has extensive research experience having completed both B.Med.Sc. (Hons) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD – UNSW) in hearing and balance function. He was awarded FRACP in Neurology in 2012 after completing three years of specialist training at St George and Prince of Wales Hospitals.

Dr Wardman has completed a year of subspeciality training in neurophysiology (nerve conduction studies, electromyography (EMG) and electroencephalography (EEG) and has experience in Neuro-otology (dizziness and balance disorders).

In addition to honorary visiting medical officer (VMO) appointments at Prince of Wales public and private hospitals, Dr Wardman is a part time staff specialist neurologist at Liverpool Hospital. He enjoys being involved in research as well as teaching the next generation of doctors.