dr Ann bruce

Ann has postgraduate degrees in both natural and social sciences and a long-term interest in innovation in the life sciences, particularly agriculture. She has worked in the agricultural industry and subsequently enjoyed a portfolio career at the Roslin Institute and the University of Edinburgh, while completing a part-time PhD at the Open University. She worked as a Research Fellow at the ESRC Innogen Centre and is currently a part-time NERC Agri-Food Knowledge Exchange Fellow and part-time lecturer.

Ann is a co-opted expert member of Exotic Disease Sub-group of the Defra Science Advisory Council and a Member of the Steering group for Scottish Funding Council Knowledge Exchange project on control of paratuberculosis in cattle (PARABAN). 2011-2013. She was appointed to the SRUC Animal Research Ethics Committee in October 2013.

Ann is based at the University of Edinburgh Innogen Centre