Staff

Dr Jorge Caamaňo

Dr Jorge Caamaňo

Senior Lecturer

School of Immunity and Infection

Jorge Caamaño is Senior Lecturer in Immunology at the School of Immunity and Infection.

Jorge has published more than 50 papers in scientific journals, as well as book chapters and reviews in gene expression and signal transduction. He has received major funding from MRC, BBSRC, and the European Union.

Dr Victoria Cabrera-Sharp

Dr Victoria Cabrera-Sharp

Senior Research Facilitator

School of Clinical and Experimental Medicine

Victoria is the senior research facilitator for the School of Clinical and Experimental Medicine. She is a scientist, tweeter (@DrCabreraSharp), blogger, lover all things equine, cyclist and runner.

Victoria made the move to Birmingham after undertaking two post-docs in reproductive endocrinology; firstly at Imperial College and then at the Royal Veterinary College. She ...

Dr Anna Beth Caley

Senior Clinical Tutor

Primary Care Clinical Sciences

Anna Caley is a course organiser for the final year medical students on their Community Based Medicine placements and a General Practitioner.

 

Professor Melanie Calvert

Professor Melanie Calvert

Professor of Outcomes Methodology

Primary Care Clinical Sciences

Melanie Calvert, PhD, has extensive experience in the design and analysis of clinical trials, trials methodology research, economic evaluation and clinical epidemiology. Her primary research interests focus on outcomes research, including the use of composite and patient reported outcomes, notably quality of life. Professor Calvert has over 80 publications, including work in major ...

Dr John Campbell

Research Fellow

School of Immunity and Infection

John is a Research Fellow in the School of Immunity and Infection researching how immune-suppression in multiple myeloma patients impacts upon infection risk, viral re-activation and myeloma relapse.

He is a co-inventor of University ‘spinout’ company Serascience Ltd, which specialises in novel diagnostic tests for blood cancers, including the first ...

Mr Alastair Canaway

Mr Alastair Canaway

Doctoral Researcher

Health Economics

PhD title: Capturing family benefits of end of life care for resource allocation.

Supervisors: Professor Joanna Coast and Doctor Hareth Al Janabi

Alastair Canaway is a Doctoral Researcher within the Health Economics Unit’s team.

Alastair is in the infancy of his research career but has already made significant steps towards ...

Mr Paul Carroll

Mr Paul Carroll

Clinical Lecturer

School of Dentistry

Paul Carroll is a part-time Clinical Lecturer at the School of Dentistry, responsible for one-to-one teaching of dental students during patient treatment sessions. Outside of the School he is a partner in private implant and restorative referral practice in Shenstone, Nr Lichfield, Staffordshire

Paul’s areas of particularly interest include fixed ...

Mrs Karen Carter

Postgraduate Manager

Medical and Dental Sciences

Karen joined the University in 2001 and worked in the School of C&EM until January 2009 when she commenced her current role. Karen has overall administrative management responsibility for postgraduate research and postgraduate taught programmes in the College and works closely with the Head of College Graduate School, Professor John Gordon and the College Director of PG T, Dr Geoff ...

Dr Andrea Eugenio Cavanna

Dr Andrea Eugenio Cavanna

Honorary Reader in Neuropsychiatry

School of Clinical and Experimental Medicine

Andrea E. Cavanna is Honorary Reader in Neuropsychiatry and Consultant in Behavioural Neurology at the Department of Neuropsychiatry, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation NHS Trust. He is also Deputy Director for the MSc in Clinical Neuropsychiatry.

Professor Jean-Baptiste Cazier

Professor Jean-Baptiste Cazier

Professor of Bioinformatics
Director Designate of the Centre for Computational Biology

School of Cancer Sciences

Jean-Baptiste Cazier is a Professor of Bioinformatics with interest across the broad spectrum of Computational and Mathematical modelling of natural phenomena.

He has three main area of interest: Cancer Genetics, Population Genetics and Metabonomics.

His life-long goal is to integrate all his eclectic, and ever expending, fields of interest.