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Generation Scotland

Generation Scotland

Generation Scotland is a volunteer led study. It aims to create more effective treatments, based on gene knowledge for the medical, social and economic benefit of Scotland and its people.

Month: June 2020

Hi, I’m Rachel and work in communications and administration for Generation Scotland. When I first started my career, I never thought I would be working in population health research. I gained a degree in marine and freshwater biology and worked short contracts in marine science for two years. After some time I realised this wasn’t […]

My Name’s Steph, I volunteer for Generation Scotland and lead the TeenCovidLife communications and engagement. I have two young daughters, one who would normally go to school and the other to nursery. So, life has changed a lot since they are now at home all the time. My husband and I are both working from […]

Hi, I’m David Porteous and I’m the principal investigator for Generation Scotland. Coronavirus (COVID-19) has affected us all in many different ways. I wanted to share with you how I am managing my day to day life during lockdown, in the hope that my experiences might help some of you too!   Generation Scotland was […]


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