Brendan Murphy

Brendan Murphy was born and raised in Sheffield. After completing his schooling he studied medicine at Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School, London, qualifying as a doctor in 1989. After brief stints in general medicine, surgery and accident and emergency medicine he specialised in psychiatry. He moved to Melbourne, Australia in 1999 to work at the pioneering Early Psychosis Prevention and Intervention Centre, conducting research through Melbourne University. In 2007, he became Associate Professor in psychiatry at Monash University and Director of the Southern Health Early Psychosis Service. He lives in Melbourne with his partner Katrina and their daughter, Scarlet.

From Sheffield with Love

October 2007 is the 150th anniversary of the founding of Sheffield FC and there will be considerable celebrations both in England and among the wider footballing and sporting community, with Inter Milan, AC Milan, Real Madrid and Barcelona keen to be involved. ?In recognition of their unique position as the…