Staff

Dr Aga Gambus

Dr Aga Gambus

MRC Career Development Award Fellow and Birmingham Fellow

School of Cancer Sciences

Aga has moved to Cancer Sciences in 2011 to start her independent research. She was awarded MRC Career Development Award and Birmingham Fellowship supporting her research.

The main focus of Aga’s research is on understanding the role of small molecule modifiers: ubiquitin and SUMO, during chromosomal DNA replication.

Professor Michael Gammage

Professor Michael Gammage

Vice Dean for Medical Education

Medical Science and Education

  • Associate Professor, Medical Education, College of Medical and Dental Sciences, University of Birmingham, 2011-date.
  • Vice Dean for Medical Education, College of Medical and Dental Sciences, University of Birmingham, 2010-date,
  • Reader in Cardiovascular Medicine, School of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, College of Medical and ...

Dr Paloma Garcia

Science City Senior Research Fellow

School of Immunity and Infection

Paloma Garcia is a Senior Researcher under the Science City Research Alliance (SCRA) initiative.

 

Dr Helen Gardner

Lecturer

Nursing

Helen Gardner is the Programme Director for the BNurs (Hons) Programme. She is also a Lecturer in Child Nursing on this programme.

Mr Jamie Garner

Mr Jamie Garner

Programming Team Lead

Primary Care Clinical Sciences

Jamie is the head of the programming team that develops software applications for the Primary Care Clinical Research and Trials Unit.

Since 2001 he has worked globally in software development in the private and public sector.

Miss Laura Gathercole

Research Fellow

Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism


Miss Tracey Genus

Analyst

Public Health, Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Tracey Genus is a Horizon analyst for the NIHR Horizon Scanning Centre.

Mr Adrian Gheorghe

Mr Adrian Gheorghe

Doctoral Researcher

Primary Care Clinical Sciences

PhD Title : Patient health-related quality of life and the incremental cost-effectiveness associated with the use of a wound-edge protection device in adult patients undergoing laparotomy compared to standard care

Supervisors: Dr Melanie Calvert, Professor Sue Wilson (Primary Care Clinical Sciences), Professor Tracy Roberts (Health Economics Unit)

Dr John Edward Gilbert

Dr John Edward Gilbert

Senior Lecturer Physician Associate Programme

Primary Care Clinical Sciences

John Gilbert retired from thirty one years in general practice. Formerly a GP trainer and medical tutor. Over the last three years he has worked as senior lecturer in the UK National Physicians Assistant (now Associate) programme at Wolverhampton University. In January 2014 he joined colleagues at Birmingham with whom he has worked to be part of a newly formed team at Birmingham to develop the ...

Dr Paramjit Gill

Reader in Primary Care Research

Primary Care Clinical Sciences

Paramjit Gill is Reader in Primary Care Research and General Practitioner in a diverse, challenging inner city Birmingham practice.

He is keen to promote research within primary care and works in close collaboration with local and national statutory and voluntary organisations to participate in research and training.