Linton Meagher obtained his medical degree, with honours, from the University of Sydney. He completed his psychiatry training at the Royal North Shore Hospital, obtaining Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists in 2008. He also completed post-fellowship RANZCP accreditation in the sub-speciality of Consultation-Liaison psychiatry and completed a Master of Psychiatry. He was awarded an Institute of Psychiatry Fellowship and a RANZCP Young Investigator Grant for specialised training in neuropsychiatry, focusing on the neuropsychiatric morbidity associated with Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson’s disease is a key focus of his private practice at the Evesham Consulting rooms in Cremorne, along with his work as a visiting medical officer (VMO) with the Sydney DBS at North Shore Private Hospital. He also has an interest in mood and anxiety disorders and is a VMO and Assistant Director at the Mood Disorders Unit at Northside Clinic. He actively participates in research and teaching, and is a Clinical Associate at the University of Sydney.