Terry QuinnFRCP, FESO, MD, MBChB, BSc
Terry holds the post of joint Stroke Association and Chief Scientist Office Senior Clinical Lecturer. Terry has a broad research portfolio, his principal research interests are around trial methodology, functional assessment and neuropsychological consequences of cardiovascular disease. He is Principal Investigator for a number of studies and holds the inaugural CSO/Stroke Association priority program grant for his research into cognitive outcomes following stroke.
Within the University, Terry has a number of supportive roles. He is vice chair of the MVLS ethics committee, advisor of studies for undergraduate medical students and part of the Athena Swan Self-Assessment Team.As clinical member of the Scottish Parliament Cross Party Group on Heart Disease and Stroke, Terry has ensured that research results inform policy.