Professor Gill Hubbard
Professor Gill Hubbard is a behavioural scientist who is interested in improving behaviours to improve health. She has published over 100 papers in peer reviewed journals. She was founding convenor of a premier research group with the National Cancer Research Institute (2012–2016) – Lifestyle and Behaviour Change Research Group. Her research with Teenage Cancer Trust has been cited in the England and Scotland national cancer strategies and raised in the Scottish Parliament. As a research leader in her field, she is regularly invited to review for national and international research funding bodies. She is the member of the editorial board of two international journals and a member of the International Psychosocial Oncology Society research committee.
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Professor Lindsey Pope
Professor Lindsey Pope is a GP and Professor of Medical Education at the University of Glasgow. She is the Director of Community Based Medical Education and Director of Professionalism at the Undergraduate Medical School. She is a Deputy Director of the Scottish School of Primary Care. She is a GMC Education Associate with involvement in regional and school reviews, new school approvals and most recently as a Team Leader for the CPSA component of the new national MLA (Medical Licensing Assessment).
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