Josie Robertson

ECAT PhD student (2023 - present)

Josie is an Edinburgh Clinical Academic Track clinical lecturer, currently undertaking a PhD. She is interested in the environmental determinants of health and her PhD project focuses on understanding the effects of air pollution on brain health using multi-omic data and health outcomes.

Josie has been working as an anaesthetic specialist trainee in Edinburgh since 2019, undertaking a Postgraduate certificate in Data Science for Health and Social Care in 2021. Prior to this, she completed her academic foundation training in Oxford, including a research rotation working with Professor Martin Taylor on biomarkers of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. She undertook her medical training on the graduate-entry programme at Oxford University, following an undergraduate degree in Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge. In her spare time, Josie can be found playing the violin and hiking.

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