Dr Terry Quinn is Stroke Association / Chief Scientist Office Senior Clinical Lecturer based in the Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences, University of Glasgow. Terry has a broad research portfolio that encompasses research methodologies from genomics through to trials and health service evaluation. His principal research interests are trial methodology, functional assessment and neuropsychological consequences of stroke. Notable outputs include co-authoring best practice guidance for conduct and reporting of test accuracy studies in dementia; creating online training and assessment systems for stroke trials and developing short forms assessments for use in acute care. Terry has published extensively on stroke and cognitive impairment and is principal investigator on various ongoing studies. His Editorial positions include PLOS, Stroke and Cochrane Dementia and Cognitive Improvement Group. Terry’s work has always maintained a clinical focus and he combines his research activity with teaching and clinical commitments in the wards of Glasgow Royal Infirmary.