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The Scottish Alcohol Research Network consists of clinicians, academics, researchers and PhD students with an interest in alcohol-related harm research.

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Glasgow Caledonian University
Scottish Alcohol Research Network (SARN)
Carol is Co-Chair of SARN and leads the Substance Use research group at Glasgow Caledonian University (Twitter: @SubMisuseGCU).
Academic
University of Edinburgh
Scottish Alcohol Research Network (SARN)
Aisha is Co-Chair of SARN and Head of Nursing at the University of Edinburgh. A Registered Adult Nurse she has had clinical experience in General Medicine, Acute Medical Admissions and Intensive Care.
Academic
Heriot Watt University
David is an Associate Professor of Marketing at Heriot Watt University, active within Sustainable and Social Marketing.
PhD Student
PhD Candidate at Glasgow Caledonian University
PhD Student
Glasgow Caledonian University
Academic
University of Edinburgh
World Health Organisation
Eric is a Teaching Fellow at the University of Edinburgh and Consultant, Public Health Expert, Alcohol Policies with the World Health Organisation. He was previously Director of SHAAP (Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems) from 2012-2021.
Academic
University of Stirling
Dr Hannah Carver is a Senior Lecturer in Substance Use in the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Stirling and Co-Director of the Salvation Army Centre for Addiction Services and Research at the University of Stirling.
Academic
University of Stirling
Nathan Critchlow is currently a Griffith Edward's Academic Fellow for the Society for the Study of Addiction based in Institute for Social Marketing and Health, University of Stirling.
Elena Dimova
Academic
Glasgow Caledonian University
Elena Dimova is a Lecturer in Psychology at Glasgow Caledonian University.
Academic
University of Stirling
Niamh Fitzgerald is a Professor of Alcohol Policy and Director of the Institute for Social Marketing and Health at University of Stirling.
Academic
Abertay University
Julie is a lecturer in Psychology at Abertay University, Dundee, and a Visiting Fellow of the Centre for Addictive Behaviours Research at London South Bank University. Specialist areas of interest and research focus on the impact of alcohol intoxication in investigative interviewing settings.
Academic
University West of Scotland
Specialist areas of interest and research focus on alcohol policy.
PhD Student
PhD Candidate at University of Strathclyde
Academic
Glasgow Caledonian University
Academic
Glasgow Caledonian University
Kareena is a Lecturer in Applied Health Psychology at Glasgow Caledonian University. She is a Chartered Psychologist, an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society.
Academic
Glasgow University
Mark is a research fellow at the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow. Specialist areas of interest and research focus on how Directed Acyclic Graphs can be used for visual representation and to inform data analysis, especially in relation to the causes of alcohol problems.
PhD Student
Glasgow Caledonian University
SHAAP/ SARN
Jodie is currently writing up her PhD at Glasgow Caledonian University. She also works for SHAAP as a Research and Projects Co-ordinator.
PhD Student
Glasgow Caledonian University
Beth is a Sociology of Public Health researcher, specialising in the experiences of the LGBTQIA+ community.
Academic
University of Stirling
Tessa is Research Director for the Salvation Army Centre for Addiction Services and Research at the University of Stirling where she leads a number of research and knowledge exchange projects focused on the reduction of harms and promotion of health and well-being for those impacted by social and health inequalities.
Academic
NHS Lothian
Rachel graduated from Edinburgh University in Medicine (MBChB, 1991) with an intercalated BSc (Hons) in Psychology (1989). She commenced basic training in psychiatry in Lothian (1993) and completed this in Tayside (MRCPsych, 1996). In 1996 she was awarded the Sim Research Fellowship (Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh).
Academic
University of Stirling
Isabelle Uny is a Research Fellow at the Institute for Social Marketing and Health at University of Stirling. She is a social scientist who focuses on International Health and alcohol policy in the global context.
Academic
Glasgow Caledonian University