Meet the Team
The Generation Scotland team is responsible for management of the project. They have a variety of roles ensuring everything runs smoothly. Meet them here.
David trained in genetics at the University of Edinburgh then undertook a PhD in genetics. Following post-doctoral training in biomedical science in Oxford, he returned to Edinburgh to take up an MRC Training Fellowship the MRC Mammalian Genome Unit.
In his population health genetics research, David conceived and initiated Generation Scotland, a major collaborative initiative between the Scottish Medical Schools and the NHS in Scotland.
Generation Scotland aims to create more effective treatments based on gene knowledge to the medical, social and economic benefit of Scotland and its people. Research participants from across Scotland have helped Generation Scotland create a world class biomedical resource for research into the genetic and environmental determinants of physical and mental health.
Generation Scotland Team Members
|Professor Andrew McIntosh||Co-Principal Investigator|
|Professor Cathie Sudlow||Co-Principal Investigator|
|Professor Ian Deary||Co-Principal Investigator|
|Professor Caroline Hayward||Co-Principal Investigator|
|Archie Campbell||Chief Technology Officer|
|Robin Flaig||Chief Operations Officer|
|Louise Hartley||Finance and Administration|
|Rachel Edwards||Communications and Administration|
|Rebecca Dawson||Recruitment, Engagement and Communications|
|Chloe Fawns-Ritchie||Participant Data Collection|
|Cliff Nangle||NHS Scotland Health Record Linkage|