Staff in Reproduction, Genes and Development

Professor Mark Kilby

Professor Mark Kilby

Dame Hilda Lloyd Professor of Maternal and Fetal Medicine and Deputy Head of School

Reproduction, Genes and Development

He was appointed a Professorship in Maternal and Fetal Medicine to the University of Birmingham in 2002 and to the Dame Hilda Lloyd Chair in 2006. 

Professor Kilby's clinical special expertise is in prenatal diagnosis, fetal anomalies, fetal therapy and intrauterine growth restriction. He has published over 200 peer reviewed original articles on topics ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 627 2777/+44 (0)121 627 2778 (PA: Mrs Alison Hill)

Email m.d.kilby@bham.ac.uk

Dr Jackson.C Kirkman-Brown MBE

Dr Jackson.C Kirkman-Brown MBE

Reader in Human Reproductive Science
Science Lead at Birmingham Women's Fertility Centre
Healthcare Scientist of the Year (2014)

Reproduction, Genes and Development

Jackson is interested in, and excited about, the potential impact of research into andrology on both diagnosis and treatment of infertility. He strongly believes that research in the area can have a rapid and direct impact not only on care, and therefore birth of the next generation, but also quality of life for the patients involved.

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Telephone 0121 627 2739

Email j.kirkmanbrown@bham.ac.uk

Dr Boris Kysela

Senior Lecturer

Reproduction, Genes and Development

Email b.kysela@bham.ac.uk

Dr David Lissauer

Dr David Lissauer

Lecturer

Reproduction, Genes and Development

David is a clinical lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. He combining his academic work with clinical duties as an Obstetrics and Gynaecology registrar at Birmingham Women’s Hospital NHS Trust.

David’s research interests are maternal immunology and maternal global health.

 

Email d.m.lissauer@bham.ac.uk

Professor Eamonn R. Maher

Professor Eamonn R. Maher

Professor of Medical Genetics

Reproduction, Genes and Development

Eamonn Maher is Professor of Medical Genetics and Academic Lead for the Centre for Rare Diseases and Personalised Medicine.

Eamonn has published over 300 research papers in scientific journals as well as reviews and book chapters in the fields of cancer genetics, human developmental genetics, epigenetics and genomic imprinting. He has received major grants from Cancer ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 415 8709/Secretary +44 (0) 415 8707

Email e.r.maher@bham.ac.uk

Dr Rachel K Morris

Clinical Research Fellow

Reproduction, Genes and Development

Dr Katie Morris is a NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Fetal Medicine. Her research interests include randomised controlled trials in fetal medicine and obstetrics and diagnostic research in the area of fetal growth restriction.

Telephone +44 (0)121 623 6652

Email r.k.morris@bham.ac.uk

Professor Ferenc Mueller

Professor Ferenc Mueller

Professor in Developmental Genetics

Reproduction, Genes and Development

Dr Ferenc Mueller leads a research group in the Centre for Rare Diseases and Personalised Medicine. His group studies transcription regulation in embryo development. Their research projects include the function of promoter recognition proteins in regulating differential gene expression during vertebrate embryo development and comparative/functional genomic analysis of cis-regulatory ...

Telephone +44 (0) 12141 42895

Email f.mueller@bham.ac.uk

Dr M. Stephen Murphy

Reproduction, Genes and Development

Stephen Murphy is a clinical academic based at Birmingham Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust where he has worked as a paediatric gastroenterologist since 1993. His clinical department provides a secondary and tertiary referral service for children with serious and complex gastrointestinal disorders – and the department receives referrals from throughout the West ...

Telephone +44 121 3338705

Email m.s.murphy@bham.ac.uk

Dr Richard Tuxworth

Lecturer in Molecular Genetics

Reproduction, Genes and Development

Richard is a lecturer in the School of Clinical and Experimental Medicine. He is a cell biologist with a particular interest in lysosomal function in the nervous system and understanding why lysosomal dysfunction contributes to neurodegenerative disease.

Telephone +44 (0) 121 414 7046

Email r.i.tuxworth@bham.ac.uk

Dr Emma Woodward

NIHR Clinician Scientist and Senior Lecturer

Reproduction, Genes and Development

Telephone 0121 627 2630

Email e.r.woodward@bham.ac.uk