Meet our Team
Dr Nicholas Trost
  • Medical Degree | University of Melbourne
  • Radiology training | Alfred Hospital, Melbourne
  • Certificate Neuroradiology | University of Paris XI
  • International Diploma in Neurovascular Disease | University of Paris XI
  • Master of Public Health | University of Melbourne
About Dr Nicholas Trost

Dr Nicholas Trost, graduated from the University of Melbourne and St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne, completing his Radiology training in 1991 at The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne.

Dr Trost gained expertise in Neuroradiology and MRI while working at Hammersmith Hospital and St Mary’s Hospital, London. He served as a Consultant Radiologist at Hammersmith Hospital before returning to Australia in 1996.

In 1998, Dr Trost joined St Vincent’s Hospital and SVPR as a Consultant Radiologist. He earned his European Certificate in Neuroradiology in 2005 and an International Diploma in Neurovascular Disease from the University of Paris XI in 2006.

Dr Trost’s sabbaticals in 2006 and 2012 focused on MRI neuro-tractography and cortical activation studies. In 2015, he completed a Master of Public Health, specialising in Global Health at the University of Melbourne.

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