You may have read in our previous blog that we now have two new academics which will provide support to the SDRC Executive Committee with our growing activity. This support will run until our next Executive Committee election at the end of 2020.
The second of these members is Dr Dr Terry Quinn.
Dr Terry Quinn is Senior Clinical Lecturer and Honorary Consultant based in the Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences, University of Glasgow.
Terry has a broad research portfolio. Research interests include trial methodology, cognitive assessment and neuropsychological consequences of cardiovascular disease. He has published over 150 papers with recent titles in BMJ, JAMA and NEJM.
Terry has various editorial board positions, including coordinating editor of the Cochrane Dementia Group. He is part of the NIHR Complex Reviews Support Group; chairs the stroke psychology SIG of the World Federation of Neuropsychology and is founder and past chair of the Scottish Care-Home Research Group. He provides clinical expertise to the Scottish Parliament Heart and Stroke Disease Cross-Party Group and Healthcare Improvement Scotland.
Terry’s work has always maintained a clinical focus. He combines research with teaching and clinical commitments in the wards of Glasgow Royal Infirmary.
We would like to thank Terry joining us.
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