Consultant Neuropsychiatrist Emeritus
Honorary Senior Lecturer
Institute of Psychiatry
Dr. Fenwick's NDE research has included one of the largest retrospective studies and co-investigation with Sam Parnia, MD, of one of the best known prospective studies. Dr. Fenwick co-presented with Russell Noyes, MD, "Aftereffects of Pleasurable Western Adult NDEs" during the 2006 IANDS Conference.
Dr. Fenwick has carried out a number of research projects, and has both published and presented research papers, on near-death experiences. He also is working currently in hospices with caregivers of the dying. Through his work at a neuroscience unit, he is involved on a daily basis with brain imaging methods, neurophysiological investigation of the brain, and current theories of consciousness. Dr. Fenwick is the 2004 recipient of the International Association for Near-Death Studies' Bruce Greyson Research Award.