1. Magnetic resonance imaging in epilepsy with a fast FLAIR sequence 

Wieshmann UC, Free SL, Everitt AD, Bartlett PA, Barker GJ, Tofts PS, Duncan JS, Shorvon SD, Stevens JM 

J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 1996 61:357-61 


2. Incidence of epilepsy is now higher in elderly people than in children 

Everitt AD, Sander JW 

BMJ 1998 316:780 


3. Evidence for nodular epileptogenicity and gender differences in periventricular nodular heterotopia 

Sisodiya SM, Free SL, Thom M, Everitt AD, Fish DR, Shorvon SD 

Neurology 1999 52:336-41


4. Male monozygotic twins discordant for periventricular nodular heterotopia and epilepsy 

Sisodiya SM, Marques W Jr, Everitt AD, Sander JW 

Epilepsia 1999 40:248-50 


5. Late onset cryptogenic photomyoclonus: case report 

Everitt AD, Thomas DJ, Smith SJ 

Eur Neurol 1999 41:168-9


6. Classification of the epilepsies: time for a change? A critical review of the International Classification of the Epilepsies and Epileptic Syndromes (ICEES) and its usefulness in clinical practice and epidemiological studies of epileps

Everitt AD, Sander JW 

Eur Neurol 1999 42:1-10 


7. A descriptive study of long term residents with epilepsy and intellectual disability at the Chalfont Centre: is there a relationship between maladaptive behaviour and magnetic resonance imaging? 

Andrews TM, Everitt AD, Sander JW 

J Intellect Diasabil Res 1999 43:475-83


8. Hemicranial volume deficits in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy with and without hippocampal sclerosis 

Woermann FG, Everitt AD, Free SL 

Epilepsia 2000 41:257 


9. Socioeconomic variation in incidence of epilepsy: prospective community based study in south east England 

Heaney DC, MacDonald BK, Everitt AD, Stevenson S, Leonardi GS, Wilkinson P, Sander JW 

BMJ 2002 325:1013-6


10. Cerebellar volumes in newly diagnosed and chronic epilepsy

Hagemann G, Lemieux L, Free SL, Krakow K, Everitt AD, Kendall B, Stevens JM, Shorvon SD. 

J Neurol 2002 249:1651-8


11. The nervous heart: a case report and discussion of an under-recognised clinical problem 

Agarwal S, Lyon A, Nachev P, Everitt A

QJM 2009 102:807-9


12. Detectable cerebrospinal fluid HIV RNA with associated neurological deficits, despite suppression of HIV relication in the plasma compartment

Garvey LJ, Everitt A, Winston A, Mackie NE, Benzie, A

AIDS 2009 23:1443-4


13. Factors associated with cerebrospinal fluid HIV RNA in HIV infected subjects undergoing lumbar puncture examination in a clinical setting

Rawson T, Muir D, Mckie NE, Garvey LJ, Everitt A, Winston A 

J Infec 2012 65:239-45 


14. Trapped without a diagnosis: Tumour necrosis factor receptor-associated periodic syndrome (TRAPS)

Kirresh A, Everitt A, Kon OM, DasGupta R, Pickering MC, Lachmann HJ

Pract Neurol. 2016 Aug;16(4):304-7


15. Progressive weakness and intermittent low-grade fever in a Libyan man

Milburn J, Shatti D, Manji H, Everitt A

Pract Neurol. 2016 Aug 18. pii: practneurol-2016-001394 


16. Cognitive impairment in a clinical setting 

Ferretti F, Mora-Peris B, Underwood J, Waldman A, Everitt A, Winston A

J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr. 2018 Jan 1;77(1):e10-e13 


17. Cerebrospinal fluid HIV RNA in persons living with HIV 

Di Carlofelice M, Everitt A, Muir D, Winston A

HIV Med. 2018 Jan 25. doi: 10.1111/hiv.12594


18. COVID-19-related acute necrotizing encephalopathy with brain stem involvement in a patient with aplastic anemia 

Luke Dixon, James Varley, Anastassia Gontsarova, Dermot Mallon, Francesca Tona, David Muir, Asad Luqmani, Ieuan Harri Jenkins, Richard Nicholas, Brynmor Jones, Alex Everitt

Neurol Neuroimmunol Neuroinflamm. 2020 May 26;7(5):e789. doi: 10.1212/NXI.0000000000000789. Print 2020 Sep 3.  2


19. The emerging spectrum of COVID-19 neurology: clinical, radiological and laboratory findings

Paterson RW, Brown RL, Benjamin L, Nortley R, Wiethoff S, Bharucha T, Jayaseelan DL, Kumar G, Raftopoulos RE, Zambreanu L, Vivekanandam V, Khoo A, Geraldes R, Chinthapalli K, Boyd E, Tuzlali H, Price G, Christofi G, Morrow J, McNamara P, McLoughlin B, Lim ST, Mehta PR, Levee V, Keddie S, Yong W, Trip SA, Foulkes AJM, Hotton G, Miller TD, Everitt AD, Carswell C, Davies NWS, Yoong M, Attwell D, Sreedharan J, Silber E, Schott JM, Chandratheva A, Perry RJ, Simister R, Checkley A, Longley N, Farmer SF, Carletti F, Houlihan C, Thom M, Lunn MP, Spillane J, Howard R, Vincent A, Werring DJ, Hoskote C, Jäger HR, Manji H, Zandi MS; UCL Queen Square National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery COVID-19 Study Group.

Brain. 2020 Jul 8:awaa240. doi: 10.1093/brain/awaa240. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 32637987; PMCID: PMC7454352.