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Consultant Paediatric Neurologist
Dr Hayman trained in Paediatrics, prior to sub-specialising in
Paediatric Neurology. His Neurology training took place at the
Royal Children's Hospital, Monash Medical Centre and Austin and
Repatriation Medical Centres, in Melbourne. He subsequently
travelled to Vancouver, Canada, to undertake further training, as a
Fellow in Paediatric Neurology, University of British Columbia,
British Columbia's Children's Hospital.
Since returning to Australia he has taken up appointments as a
Paediatric Neurologist at several Teaching Hospitals including the
Royal Children's Hospital and Monash Medical Centre. He also has
appointments at Cabrini Medical Centre and Ballarat Base Hospital.
As well as consulting at the Royal Children's Hospital, Monash
Neurology and Cabrini Medical Centre, he also visits Frankston,
Warragul and Ballarat.
Clinical interests within paediatric neurology include epilepsy,
headache, developmental delay and tic disorders.
Dr Hayman has a special interest in neonatal neurology.
He has expertise in reporting electroencephalogram studies
Dr Hayman has been involved in a number of clinically-oriented
research studies (see below).
Most recently, he has been involved in a follow-up study of a group
of neonates who suffered perinatal brain injury, examining the
correlation between the findings on postnatal cerebral magnetic
resonance imaging and spectroscopy and subsequent clinical