Dr Bob Ballantyne [email protected]
Dr Jennifer Patterson [email protected]
Dr Sarah Wedderburn [email protected]t.nhs.uk
Specialist Registrars usually remain with the department for the duration of their 4 year training programme or may rotate to other Scottish Clinical Genetics Centres
Mr Mark Longmuir - Consultant Genetic Counsellor [email protected]
Ms Lesley Snadden - Principal Genetic Counsellor [email protected]
Ms Denise Oxnard - Genetic Counsellor [email protected]
Ms Nandini Somanathan - Genetic Counsellor [email protected]
Ms Angela Iley - Genetic Counsellor
Ms Lisa Hay - Pre-registered Genetic Counsellor [email protected]
Ms Catherine Watt - Principal Genetic Counsellor [email protected]
Ms Nicola Bradshaw - Macmillan Principal Genetic Counsellor
The cancer genetics service provides comprehensive genetic counselling to individuals with a family history and / or a personal history of cancer, This process involves constructing detailed and confirmed family histories, risk assessment, arranging screening and or genetic analysis/ testing where appropriate and providing ongoing support. The service also participates in various U.K and international research studies.
Mrs Wilma Stewart - Muscular Dystrophy [email protected]
Family Support Nurses provide services for patients with particular genetic conditions and their families. They have extensive knowledge of the practical difficulties encountered by families with affected relatives and may be able to offer advice and assistance with problems which arise frequently. These can include arranging life insurance, respite care, giving advice on financial problems and referring patients' to other professionals and agencies. It is often necessary to act as an advocate on the patients behalf when dealing with these agencies or as a link person. Counselling, including pre- and post- bereavement and support is offered to the families' in their own homes and a visiting service is offered to check on individual families situation and their future needs.