NES Healthcare Science Principal Lead
NHS Education for Scotland
Lorna Crawford completed an undergraduate degree in Genetics, followed by a master’s degree in Medical Genetics before joining NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde in 2002. After completing her Clinical Scientist training in Clinical Cytogenetics within the West of Scotland Centre for Genomic Medicine and obtaining a Diplomateship of the Royal College of Pathologists she was promoted to the role of Principal Clinical Scientist. In 2014 Lorna became the Training Officer for Laboratory Genetics. She is involved in training within multiple organisations and higher education institutions. She holds the role of Partner within the Health and Care Professions Council. In 2018 she took a part-time position within NHS Education for Scotland to become a Principal Lead for Healthcare Science.