Jackie Price

Professor of Molecular Epidemiology



  • Research - molecular epidemiology of vascular disease, diabetes and its complications, cognitive impairment/dementia - PI for Edinburgh Type 2 Diabetes Study; co-ordinator of AAA Trial, EHDPS and EAS datasets
  • Member of molecular epidemiology research group, Usher Institute and Centre for Global Health
  • Director of postgraduate research, Usher Institute (to 2023) and Deputy Director of Usher institute (2021-2024)
  • Undergraduate and postgraduate epidemiology teaching and supervision
  • Research in diagnosis, treatment and prevention of vascular disease - co-ordinating editor of Cochrane Vascular (to 2023); honorary consultant in Public Health, NHS Lothian; founding member of Cochrane Heart Stroke and Circulation Thematic Group;  founding member of ADVICE collaboration
  • Key scientist, Centre for Cognitive Aging and Cognitive Epidemiology, University of Edinburgh
  • National/international collaborations - Edinburgh lead in UCLEB consortium of UK-based prospective studies on applied genomics, COMETS (metabolomics), EGRF, NCD-RisC, Proof-ATHERO and USE-IMT
  • Evidence synthesis - lead/PI for NESSIE (NIHR-funded Evidence Synthesis Group)