Dr Grant Mair

Senior Clinical Lecturer in Neuroradiology


  • Medicine, University of Aberdeen, 1997-2003. Awarded MBChB & BSc (Hons). MedSci
  • Surgery, South East Scotland, 2003-2007. Awarded MRCS.
  • Radiology, South East Scotland Training Scheme, Edinburgh, 2008-2013. Awarded FRCR.
  • Research, University of Edinburgh, 2012-2017. Awarded MD.
  • Neuroradiology Fellowship, Neurological Intervention & Imaging Service Western Australia (NIISwa), Perth, Australia, 2014-2015.
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice, University of Edinburgh, 2015-2019. Awarded FHEA.



Responsibilities & affiliations

  • Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists
  • Academic subcommittee member of the British Society of Neuroradiologists
  • Member of the Scottish Radiological Society
  • Member of the European Society of Neuroradiologists

Open to PhD supervision enquiries?


Research summary

My primary research interest is the imaging of stroke. I am currently investigating relationships between what we see on imaging at the onset of stroke and how this relates to stroke severity, response to treatment with intravenous thrombolysis and eventual functional outcome for these patients. I am working with both CT and MR imaging to assess changes in brain tissue, arterial blood flow and arterial perfusion of brain using a number of different imaging techniques.

Current project grants

Stroke Association Edith Murphy Foundation funded Senior Clinical Lectureship (2018-2023)