Andrew McIntosh, M.D.

Andrew McIntosh, M.D.

Andrew McIntosh, M.D.
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2010 Independent Investigator Grant

Andrew McIntosh, M.D.

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Chair of Biological Psychiatry

University of Edinburgh

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2010 Independent Investigator Grant

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Andrew McIntosh is a Professor of Psychiatry at the Division of Psychiatry, Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences.

Prof McIntosh trained in Medicine at the University of Aberdeen before completing his postgraduate training in Edinburgh in Psychiatry and in Applied Statistics. He leads the Generation Scotland Expert Working Group for Psychiatric Disorders and co-chairs the Major Depressive Disorder Working Group of the Psychiatric Genomics Consortium (PGC).

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