Dr Alice McGee
MBChB MSc ClinEd
Clinical Research Fellow
Dr Alice McGee is a Clinical Research Fellow at the Aberdeen Centre for Women’s Health Research. Alice’s research interests include cervical screening, multi-zonal disease, colposcopy performance and delivery and antenatal care.
I will work under the supervision of Professor Maggie Cruickshank. The focus of my research, as Clinical Research Fellow, will be looking at the care options available to women after a positive HPV test in the cervical screening programme. A number of companies are offering HPV treatments which are not available in the NHS, including HPV vaccination, probiotics and vaginal gels. Through a discrete choice experiment, I will also seek to determine the value women place on the different treatment options.
This proposal will take steps towards understanding an unmet need among women who have high-risk HPV and who are on early repeat HPV testing. It will seek to understand whether women have considered treatments, which benefits or risks of such treatments they consider, and which factors influence these decisions as a health economics study.
- MBChB Medicine2019 - University of Aberdeen
- MSc ClinEd Clinical Education2022 - University of Aberdeen
Member of the Digital Learning Group of the British Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology (BSCCP)
Member of the British Gynaecological Cancer Society (BGCS)
Member of the British Undergraduate Society of Obstetrics & Gynaecology (BUSOG)
Prizes and Awards
AFZ Giles Scholarship (April 2022) from Aberdeen University Development Trust - This scholarship is awarded in recognition of outstanding contribution to research concerning women's health.