Alasdair is chair of the Patient Advisory Board and also the first parent member of our Scientific Advisory Board. His son Felix, aged 4, was diagnosed with Duchenne in December 2014. Since then, he has wholeheartedly thrown himself in to the race to find a cure, as well as the search for innovative, disease-mitigating treatments.

Alasdair studied at Loughborough University and the University of Cambridge. He has a London-based surveying company and lives in Gloucestershire, with his wife Robyn, their two children, Felix and his little sister Lumi, aged 2, and ‘Happy’ the dog.