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Locations - U.K. - Study Site Glasgow -

Glasgow Research Facility

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CONTACT:

SHA -Glasgow Service
David Dale Business Centre
Unit 2B
159 Broad Street
Glasgow
G40 2QR
 
Tel: O141 556 4100
email: shaglasgow@hdscotland.org
 

STAFF OF GLASGOW HD MANAGEMENT CLINIC/ HD GLASGOW SERVICE

· Dr. S. Ritchie, Consultant Psychiatrist
· Teresa Mullen, Team leader, HD Specialist
· Beverley Gibson, HD Advisor
· Anita Dasgupta, Administration
Catherine Deith, Senior Clinical Research Nurse
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GLASGOW HD CLINIC
The clinic is held every Tuesday at the 
Department of Clinical Genetics
Laboratory Medicine Building 
Southern General Hospital
Govan Road
Glasgow
G51 4TF

 

REFERRAL TO THE CLINIC

Any client who lives within the Greater Glasgow Health Board region can be referred to the clinic through the genetics department, their own GP or HD Specialist, or by another Health Care Specialist involved in their care. Referrals should be in writing to the Glasgow SHA office.
 
The HD management clinic is a joint venture between NHS GG&C and the Scottish Huntington’s Association
 

Services Offered

· Medical review
· Mental Health Assessment 
· Symptom management
· Cognitive & Psychology Assessment
· Referral to the research clinic for inclusion into the various studies if eligible  

Research Clinic

The Research Clinic is held every Tuesday at the Glasgow Clinical Research Facility in the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital. At the present time the Glasgow site is involved in the following studies:-
  • Enroll-HD
  • Clarity-HD
  • Amaryllis (no longer recruiting for this study)
The research clinic is coordinated by Catherine Deith, Senior Research Nurse. If you wish to be considered for one of the research projects please contact Catherine Deith on  0141 232 7600 or by email

Research team

Dr. Stuart Ritchie, Principal Investigator
Catherine Deith, Senior Research Nurse