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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.

Category: Meet the Team

Want to meet the Generation Scotland team? Read about who they are and what they do here.

I am a Research Professor at the University of Edinburgh and I lead Generation Scotland. Generation Scotland is the big research idea I brought to the University when I joined in 1999.  It is the research programme of which I am most proud and the note on which I will retire. I am a geneticist […]

Hi! I’m Chloe and I am the Questionnaire Officer for Generation Scotland. My task is to design all of the questionnaires that we give to our volunteers. My job involves selecting the topics that we want to ask our volunteers about, and finding questionnaires that can be used to assess these topics. To make sure […]

I’m Ali and I’m a Recruitment Coordinator for Generation Scotland. I work within the communications team. The main focus of my role is communications; how we engage with existing volunteers, recruit new volunteers, build relationships in communities and promote Generation Scotland and our work. Some days I might be workshopping the vision and mission of […]


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