COVID-19 restrictions to remain in place at The Walton Centre

Restrictions remain in place across the NHS in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic. The safety measures in place over the 18 months therefore remain in place at The Walton Centre - and in our other clinic settings within the community – until further notice.

Due to the increased transmission risk posed by the Omicron variant, visiting has been suspended within The Walton Centre except for exceptional circumstances.

Dr Antonella Macerollo

About Antonella Macerollo

Dr Antonella Macerollo has been a Consultant Neurologist at The Walton Centre since July 2018. She is also an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at The University of Liverpool. She qualified at the University of Bari (Italy), and completed post-graduate specialist clinical and research training in Neurology at University of Bari (Italy) and at University College of London (UCL).  

She is a specialist in movement disorders with a special interest in Parkinson's disease, dystonia, Tics Disorders and functional movement disorders. She was an Honorary Clinical Assistant in the Botulinum Toxin Clinic for Movement Disorders, NHNN, London (Supervisor: Prof. Kailash P. Bhatia, September 2012-September 2013) and had training in functional movement disorders as Honorary Clinical Assistant in the Functional Movement Disorders Clinic, NHNN, London. (Supervisor: Prof. Mark J Edwards, September 2012-June 2015). During her training, she shaped her clinical and research skills in Neurophysiology. She was keen to use neurophysiological techniques (EEG, EMG) to investigate the pathophysiology of movement disorders. She worked as an Honorary Research Associate in the Sobell Department of Motor Neuroscience and Movement Disorders, Institute of Neurology, Faculty of Brain Sciences, UCL, London (Supervisor: Dr James M Kilner, September 2012-May 2015).  

After completing her training in Neurology (May 2015), Dr Macerollo worked as a Clinical Research Associate and PhD Candidate in Neuroscience in Prof. Kilner’s lab at UCL. She was awarded her PhD entitled "The role of sensory afference in Parkinson's disease" in June 2018.  

She has achieved several awards including the prestigious International Scholarship Award of the American Academy of Neurology (2015) and the Investigator Award of the European Academy of Neurology (2016). 


Movement disorders and deep brain stimulation 


MD, MRCP (London), FEBN, PhD 

Clinical/research interests

Clinical interests 

Movement disorders with a special focus on Parkinson’s Disease, Dystonia and Tourette’s Syndrome 

Deep brain stimulation. 


Research interests 


Gait analysis  

Non-invasive treatments of Parkinson's Disease. 

Membership of professional regional and national bodies

Royal College of Physicians 

Association of British Neurologists 

Movement Disorders Society 

European Academy of Neurology 

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The Neurology service provides specialist care to patients across Cheshire, Merseyside, North Wales and the Isle of Man. 

Page last updated: 20 July 2021