Centre for Reproductive Health

Andrew Horne becomes a RSE Fellow

The CRH wishes Professor Horne many congratulations as he is named a 2021 RSE fellow.

Professor Horne

RSE fellows are leading thinkers and practitioners from Scotland beyond, whose work has a significant impact on our nation.

This year’s cohort is made up of 87 new Fellows who have made a positive impact during the global Covid-19 pandemic: either as a result of their academic research or through their contribution to arts or for the role they have played in communicating complex information with the public. Those who are elected to the Fellowship have undergone a rigorous assessment of their achievements, professional standing and the contribution they and their work make to wider society.  

Professor Horne’s vital research changes the lives of those suffering from endometriosis and pelvic pain, and his ground breaking research and experienced clinical practice continues to improve health outcomes.

He focuses on improving the understanding of the causes of chronic pelvic pain and endometriosis symptoms and works on developing novel treatment strategies.

Professor Horne is determined to raise awareness of endometriosis and reduce the length of time that it takes to diagnose the condition.  


RSE press release

RSE New Fellows 2021