Dr Ann French
Migraine & Multiple Sclerosis Specialist
Dr Ann French is a Consultant Neurologist with special interests in Migraine and Multiple Sclerosis.
Ann holds a public appointment at St Vincent’s Public Hospital with senior roles in the Neuroimmunology Clinic and the Multiple Sclerosis Research Unit. She acts as co-investigator and examining neurologist for several large clinical trials in Multiple Sclerosis.
Ann has a special interest in Migraine management, with more than ten years experience using botulinum toxin injections for the treatment of Chronic Migraine.
For eligible patients, Ann is thrilled to offer the newly approved CGRP antagonist therapies for Migraine prevention.
Ann went to Methodist Ladies’ College in Kew where she was the Senior Prefect in 1997. Her undergraduate medical training was undertaken at Monash University where she was awarded the prestigious Sir John Monash Prize for Academic Excellence. She completed her post-graduate training through the Adult Medicine Division of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. She undertook basic physician training and advanced training in Neurology at St Vincent’s and Royal Melbourne Hospitals, before completing her Fellowship in Multiple Sclerosis at St Vincent’s.
Ann maintains an active interest in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and is an active participant in continuing professional development activities, including conferences and training. Ann prides herself on providing high quality neurological care with open communication, compassion and sensitivity to cultural and individual patient needs. Outside of work, Ann enjoys a busy family life with her husband and three primary school age children.