Rustam Al-Shahi Salman | GMC# 4067993

  • University of Edinburgh / NHS Lothian
  • Professor of clinical neurology / honorary consultant neurologist

Declaration History

2021

Declaration July 9, 2021, 11 a.m.

Consultancy £1000- £2000

Recursion Pharmaceuticals Consultancy (paid to my employer) BiovelocITA Consultancy (paid to my employer) Population Health Research Institute Consultancy (paid to my employer)

Academic £100000+

GE Healthcare investigator sponsored study (paid to my employer) British Heart Foundation (paid to my employer) The Stroke Association (paid to my employer) NIHR Helath Technology Assessment (paid to my employer) NIH NINDS (paid to my employer) Donations from patients, their carers, their relatives, and members of the public (paid to my employer)

Other work

Financial

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Archived Declarations


May 29, 2019


Research grants paid by private institutions to your department


Company Reason for receipt of fees Total amount received
BiovelocITA Consultancy, paid to my employer £1000- £2000
Recursion Pharmaceuticals Consultancy, paid to my employer £100- £1000
GE Healthcare Investigator sponsored study, paid to my employer £50000- £100000

Other Declarations


I am employed by the University of Edinburgh and NHS Lothian. My Research to Understand Stroke due to Haemorrhage (www.RUSH.ed.ac.uk) programme's donation fund (held by the University of Edinburgh) has received an award from the BUPA UK Foundation and charitable donations from patients, their carers, their relatives and members of the public.


Sept. 10, 2017


Other sources of income or benefits from other organisations relevant to medical practice


Company Reason for receipt of fees Total amount received
Bio Med Central Senior editor for the journal "Trials" £100- £1000

Research grants paid by private institutions to your department


Company Reason for receipt of fees Total amount received
GE Healthcare Investigator sponsored study of the PET radiotracer 18F-Flutemetamol for the detection of cerebral amyloid angiopathy £50000- £100000

Other Declarations


I am an investigator on research grants paid to the University of Edinburgh from: the Medical Research Council, British Heart Foundation, Wellcome Trust, The Stroke Association, NIH National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland, and the Chief Scientist Office of the Scottish Government. My Research to Understand Stroke due to Haemorrhage (www.RUSH.ed.ac.uk) programme's donation fund (held by the University of Edinburgh) has received an award from the BUPA UK Foundation and charitable donations from patients, their carers, their relatives and members of the public.


Feb. 21, 2017


Research grants paid by private institutions to your department


Company Reason for receipt of fees Total amount received
GE Healthcare Grant paid to the University of Edinburgh for an investigator sponsored study of the PET radiotracer 18F-Flutemetamol for the detection of cerebral amyloid angiopathy in association with intracerebral £50000- £100000

Other Declarations


My salary is mostly paid by the University of Edinburgh and the U.K. National Health Service (which is still just about a state healthcare service in Scotland). I am the chief investigator on research grants, paid to the University of Edinburgh, from: the British Heart Foundation, The Stroke Association, Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland, and The Academy of Medical Sciences INSPIRE scheme.


Feb. 24, 2016


Research grants paid by private institutions to your department


Company Reason for receipt of fees Total amount received
GE Healthcare Investigator sponsored study of the PET radiotracer 18F-Flutemetamol for the detection of cerebral amyloid angiopathy in association with intracerebral haemorrhage £50000- £100000

Other Declarations


My salary is mostly paid by the U.K. Medical Research Council (a state funding body) via the University of Edinburgh and the U.K. National Health Service (which is still just about a state healthcare service in Scotland). I am the chief investigator on research grants, paid to the University of Edinburgh, from: the U.K. Medical Research Council, British Heart Foundation, The Stroke Association, Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland, and The Academy of Medical Sciences INSPIRE scheme.


Feb. 20, 2016


Other Declarations


My salary is mostly paid by the U.K. Medical Research Council (a state funding body) via the University of Edinburgh and the U.K. National Health Service (still just about a state healthcare service). I have active research grants from the U.K. British Heart Foundation, Medical Research Council, and Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland.