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Dr Wade’s activities currently focus on criminal justice related developments within the EU. The genesis of a European public prosecutor’s office and the concept of European citizenship particularly as it relates to defence rights are focal points. This interest has also lead to work focusing on the crimes of terrorism and trafficking human beings and their prevention, ...
PhD Title: The interactions and associations between oxidative stress and inflammation in exercise and disease
Supervisors: Dr Sarah Aldred
Alex thoroughly enjoys his area of research as it links the benefits of exercise with a clinical population.
Chris Wagstaff is a Senior lecturer at the University of Birmingham. He worked for the NHS for 14 years before entering Higher Education. He is a clinical nurse specialist in mental health and brings this experience to his role as the mental health Field of Practice lead for nursing in the college.
Chris’ responsibilities as Field of Practice lead are the ...
Lecturer in French Studies
I came to Birmingham in 2006, and am based in the Department of Modern Languages. Among a range of teaching and research interests, I am particularly keen to promote the study of French literature and the visual arts, and the interactions between them.
Lecturer in Social Work
Sue has practice interests in housing debt, social security and anti-poverty measures.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Jane Waite is a research fellow at the University of Birmingham and is based at The Cerebra Centre for Neurodevelopmental Disorders.
Kathy is a retired general practitioner who has worked at the BDH for many years as a part-time clinical lecturer. Presently Head of Firm for 4th year group of students. Responsible for their patient treatment experience and reporting on students each term with formative feedback.
I am a lecturer working in the Department of English Language and Applied Linguistics. I mainly work with the postgraduate students who are following our on-campus and distance programmes. My main areas of expertise are associated with corpus linguistics and language teaching.
David is a Research Fellow in the Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues. His interest in character and identity began during a first career in the British Army. In 2010 he completed a PhD in Sociology and Social Policy at Durham University before moving to USA to work as a Research Associate at Purdue University, Indiana, in the Human Development and Family Studies Department (HDFS). ...
Senior Teaching Fellow
David Walker is a Senior Teaching Fellow and Professor at the Business School of the University of Birmingham where he has taught since 1995. Prior to this he was Professor of Marketing, Head of the Marketing Department and Director of Business Research at Wolverhampton Business School.
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