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biochemist

Ian David Watson, British biochemist. Chairman Social Democratic Party, Kirkintilloch, Scotland, 1985. Fellow Institute biomedical Sciences; member Royal College Pathologists, Association Clinical Biochemists (chairman analytical committee 1989-1993), International Association for Therapeutic Drug Monitoring Clinical Toxicology (president since 1993).

Background

Watson, Ian David was born on December 18, 1949 in London. Son of Edwin Charles and Betty Hutchinson (Cuthbert) Watson.

Education

Diploma in medical technical, City of London Polytechnic, 1974. Master of Science, University Dundee, United Kingdom, 1977. Doctor of Philosophy, University Glasgow, United Kingdom, 1985.

Career

Medical laboratory technician Ninewells Hospital, Dundee, 1967-1978. Senior clinical biochemist, principal clinical biochemist Glasgow Royal Infirmary, 1979-1990. Consultant clinical biochemist Aintree and Southport NSH Trusts, Merseyside, United Kingdom, since 1990.

Consultant in field; clinical lecturer University Glasgow, 1985-1990, University Liverpool, United Kingdom, since 1990. Member national external quality assurance panel on drug assays United Nations, since 1990.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor over 50 articles and science papers to professional publications.

Membership

Chairman Social Democratic Party, Kirkintilloch, Scotland, 1985. Fellow Institute biomedical Sciences. Member Royal College Pathologists, Association Clinical Biochemists (chairman analytical committee 1989-1993), International Association for Therapeutic Drug Monitoring Clinical Toxicology (president since 1993).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: golf, cycling, reading.

Connections

Married Alison Kathleen Boyle, November 2, 1956. Children: Craig Ian, Adele Louise, Calum David.

father:
Edwin Charles Watson

mother:
Betty Hutchinson (Cuthbert) Watson

spouse:
Alison Kathleen Boyle

child:
Calum David Watson

child:
Craig Ian Watson

child:
Adele Louise Watson