Associate Professor Catherine Storey
Associate Professor Catherine Storey is now retired from clinical practice. She was a neurologist at Royal North Shore Hospital, head of department and head of the area stroke services.
was one of the first women to train in neurology under the College’s new rules for FRACP in the 1970s. She spent several years at the National Hospital, Queen Square, before returning to Australia.
A/Prof Storey was involved in the early days of the Australia and New Zealand Association of Neurologists (ANZAN) in setting a women in neurology group to support and encourage women into the specialty. She has also been actively involved in teaching at the University of Sydney and in this role, has been a mentor to the many medical students who wish to pursue a career as a physician. A/Prof Storey continues to teach, mainly supervising research projects, particularly projects involving the history of medicine at the University of Sydney.