Staff in the School of Cancer Sciences

 

Dr Sophie Hadfield-Hill

Dr Sophie Hadfield-Hill

Sophie Hadfield-Hill is a Human Geographer whose research is informed by children's, urban and development geographies. Sophie has been awarded an ESRC Future Research Leaders grant to explore urban living, sustainability and everyday life within the context of a new city development in India.

Dr Marios Hadjianastasis

Dr Marios Hadjianastasis

Academic Practice Advisor, Centre for Learning and Academic Development and Learning Spaces

I am a historian of the Ottoman Empire, the early modern Mediterranean and global history and an academic practice advisor at the Centre for Learning and Academic Development (CLAD) at the University of Birmingham. I specialise in interactive lecturing, technology-enhanced learning and constructive alignment. I also focus on the scholarship of teaching and learning in the humanities, and ...

Anastasia Hadjimatheou

Doctoral Researcher

PhD Title: Physical Education Career-long Professional Development in Cyprus: does it meet the career-long learning needs of primary school teachers?

Supervisors: Professor Kathleen Armour

Dr Philip Hager

Teaching Fellow

I joined the department of Drama and Theatre Arts in September 2014 as a Teaching Fellow. I have worked in a number of UK universities and my work focuses on the politics of theatre and performance, particularly in relation to urban space.

Huma Haider

Huma Haider

Research Fellow, GSDRC

Catherine Hale

Catherine Hale

Senior Lecturer in Medical Law and Ethics

Catherine Hale is an influential legal expert on issues related to health care, particularly current or topical ethical issues. As a regular speaker at external events and media commentator she has provided lectures and commentary on key health care and legal issues.

She is a key player in the medical undergraduate curriculum having both extensive ...

James Hale

Research Associate

Mr Hale is currently working as part of the Liveable Cities project, funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). This project aims to explore the broader wellbeing impacts of low carbon interventions for cities. Specifically, he is exploring how different lighting technologies and building densities impact on ecosystem services. Prior to this he was part of ...

Mrs Emily Hall

Mrs Emily Hall

Clinical Lecturer and Specialist Orthodontist

Emily Hall is a Clinical Lecturer and registered Specialist in Orthodontics and divides her time between teaching undergraduate Orthodontics and treating patients in two busy practices. She is an associate of the Higher Education Academy and enjoys the challenges that teaching brings.Working in two busy practice allows her to share contemporary orthodontic techniques with undergraduates, ...

Dr Kelly Hall

Dr Kelly Hall

Lecturer in Social Policy

Kelly is a Lecturer in Social Policy based in the Institute of Applied Social Studies. She is the co-ordinator for the Postgraduate Policy into Practice programme. Her main research interests include social enterprise in health and social care and retirement migration.

Mark Hall

Mark Hall

Mark is a senior lecturer in project and operations management. Previously, he worked at the University of Bristol and University of Bath. Apart from operations and project management, he has also taught change and innovation management, organizational theory and research methods, both at undergraduate and postgraduate level. His current area of research is in behaviours in response to ...