A new vision for BioQuarter
Edinburgh BioQuarter is already a leading global destination for healthcare delivery, groundbreaking medical research and life sciences innovation and entrepreneurship.
Our vision is a £1 billion transformation to create Edinburgh’s Health Innovation District, a new vibrant mixed-use neighbourhood, ultimately supporting a community of more than 20,000 people. BioQuarter will be known around the world as a key destination for health innovation focused on life sciences, data-driven innovation, medical teaching, research and healthcare delivery.
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Contact the team
Interim Programme Director
Anna is the Interim Programme Director for the Edinburgh BioQuarter. Anna leads the regeneration of the Edinburgh BioQuarter on behalf of the BioQuarter Partnership. She is responsible for the process of selecting a commercial private sector partner for the joint venture, developing the masterplan that will deliver the partners vision and manage the ongoing commercialisation activity of the BioQuarter’s ecosystem.
Business Development, Communications and Marketing Manager
David leads on strategic business development, marketing and communications. Prior to his appointment, David managed external communications for Scotland’s second largest health board, NHS Lothian. He trained as a journalist and, prior to moving into senior marketing communications roles in both the public and private sectors, worked as a reporter and editor for a number of major UK commercial broadcasters. David sits on the Marketing Group which forms part of the Life Sciences Scotland Industry Leadership Group.
Cushman and Wakefield
Richard is Global Lead for Education & Innovation consultancy covering: university sector demand, feasibility, business planning, funding and implementation advice; science, technology and medi campuses/innovation centres; student residential demand; and international university and school ventures.