Staff

Dr Amanda Daley

Dr Amanda Daley

Senior Lecturer and NIHR Senior Research Fellow

Primary Care Clinical Sciences

Amanda Daley is a Senior Lecturer and holds a NIHR Senior Research Fellowship (2008-2014) award focused on physical activity and health, particularly women’s heath.  She is the principal investigator on several ongoing trials that are examining the effectiveness of physical activity and weight control interventions.  She is also an applicant on several other funded trials ...

Dr William Michael Daly

Senior lecturer – Programme Lead for Undergraduate Quality Assurance & Enhancement

Nursing

Dr Daly is a Senior lecturer in Nursing and Programme Lead for Quality Assurance & Enhancement

Dr Daly’s clinical experience and early educational career were closely involved with the critical care domain and the management of English National Board specialist courses. This enabled him to hold several posts and develop professionals links with institutions ...

Dr Sarah Damery

Research Fellow

Primary Care Clinical Sciences

Sarah joined Primary Care Clinical Sciences in September 2008 as a Research Fellow on the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Research for Patient Benefit (RfPB) project examining Healthcare Workers' Attitudes to Working During Pandemic Influenza. This project concluded in March 2009, and she is currently working on a number of projects centred around cancer and chronic disease, ...

Dr Rachel Dancer

Clinical Lecturer (Respiratory Medicine)

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Dr Jane Daniels

Senior Research Fellow

Reproduction, Genes and Development

Jane Daniels is the Deputy Director of the Birmingham Clinical Trials Unit, portfolio lead for Women’s Health clinical trials and senior research fellow in obstetrics and gynaecology. Jane’s current research interests include the diagnosis and treatment of chronic pelvic pain and heavy menstrual bleeding.

 

Mrs Sophie-Anna Dann

Mrs Sophie-Anna Dann

Theme Co-ordinator (CLAHRC Theme 5)

Public Health, Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Sophie Dann is the Theme Co-ordinator for CLAHRC (Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care) Theme 5 – Maternity Support Services.

This currently involves working as Trial Co-ordinator on a trial called ELSIPS (Evaluation of Lay Support in Pregnant Women with Social Risk), which is evaluating Pregnancy Outreach Workers (POWs) in ...

Dr Clare Davenport

Senior Clinical Lecturer

Public Health, Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Clare Davenport is a specialist public health practitioner coming to the end of a doctoral research programme concerned with the development of methods of conducting and presenting the results of systematic reviews of test accuracy that meet the needs of decision makers. Clare’s main area of expertise is systematic review methodology. In addition to systematic reviews and ...

Dr Clare Davies

Dr Clare Davies

Birmingham Fellow

School of Cancer Sciences

Clare Davies is a Research Group Leader at the School of Cancer Sciences. Clare’s approaches involve understanding the role of proteins in cancer biology from the molecular level to the whole animal, by using a combination of cell biology, protein-biochemistry and mouse genetics approaches. This enables her to fully understand mechanistically how biochemical pathways within a cell influence ...

Professor Angus Dawson

Professor Angus Dawson

Professor of Public Health Ethics & Head of Medicine, Ethics, Society & History (MESH)

Primary Care Clinical Sciences

Angus Dawson is Professor of Public Health Ethics and Head of Medicine, Ethics, Society & History (MESH).

Angus has published extensively on many issues in bioethics. In recent years he has been particularly focused on public health ethics (e.g. vaccinations and issues related to lifestyle choices) and the use of empirical evidence in moral arguments (e.g. in relation to ...

Dr Christopher Dawson

Dr Christopher Dawson

Senior Research Fellow

School of Cancer Sciences

Chris Dawson is a Senior Research Fellow working in the School of Cancer Sciences.

Working with Professor Lawrence Young, Chris has published numerous research papers in scientific journals as well as reviews and book chapters in the field of viral oncology. As a co-applicant with Professor Young he has received major grants from Cancer Research UK.