Lucy McLennan

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Lucy McLennan

Graduate Research Practitioner
Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences, University of Edinburgh

Following an undergraduate degree in psychology with First Class Honours from the University of Strathclyde, Lucy earned her master's degree in Applied Neuroscience from the University of Dundee with distinction. Her academic research experience included studying the link between diet and memory, and measuring attention issues using eye-tracking, which enhanced her interest in cognitive neuroscience.

Lucy is passionate about being involved in translational research, facilitating the understanding and treatment of neurological conditions and supporting the well-being of research participants. Lucy will be working with the Clinic's trial management team on projects that aim to improve outcomes for people living with neurodegenerative conditions. She will also be working with the Anne Rowling Clinic's research team helping to support recruitment and assessments.