Julius Bourke is currently a Senior House Officer on the East London and the City psychiatry rotation, where he works in general adult and transcultural psychiatry, liaison psychiatry, intensive care, child and adolescent mental health, and assertive outreach and mental health for older people.
Dr Bourke’s principle interests lie in liaison psychiatry and neuropsychiatry, including the psychiatry of epilepsy and psychiatric applications of neuroimaging. He is an Inceptor of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, a member of The College’s Special Interest Group in Neuropsychiatry (SIGN), the Trainees and New Consultants Group in Liaison Psychiatry and is a Young Fellow of The Royal Society of Medicine. Since graduating, Dr Bourke has also worked in Accident and Emergency, Neurology and abroad in Hyperbaric Medicine. He has passed part one of the MRCP and the MRCPsych examinations. His personal interests lie in photography, diving, waterskiing, music and travel.