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Andrew Logan

Andrew Logan

Lecturer, Glasgow Caledonian University

Dr Andrew Logan graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) in 2010. Following a period in practice, Andrew returned to GCU to undertake a PhD in visual perception for which he was awarded the George Giles postgraduate research prize by the College of Optometrists. In parallel with working towards his PhD, Andrew completed his independent prescribing qualification. Andrew has held lectureships at the University of Bradford (2015-2019) and GCU (2019-Present). Andrew’s undergraduate teaching is focussed upon ocular disease and pharmacology. At a postgraduate level, he provides lectures for higher qualification programmes, particularly in glaucoma and independent prescribing. In his research lab, Andrew works to develop new methods of assessing complex aspects of visual function, such as face recognition. Andrew is a registrant member of the GOC's education committee.