Staff

Mr Christopher Wagstaff

Lecturer

Nursing

Chris Wagstaff is a nursing lecturer at the School of Health & Population Sciences, University of Birmingham, where he has worked since 2004. As a lecturer on the BNurs programme he has teaching, administration and research responsibilities. The details of his undergraduate teaching are listed below and his PhD research is a qualitative study into why people disengage from ...

Dr Lucy Walker

Dr Lucy Walker

Honorary Reader in Immune Regulation and Autoimmunity

School of Immunity and Infection

Lucy Walker holds an MRC Senior Non-Clinical Fellowship and is a Reader in Immune Regulation and Autoimmunity in the School of Immunity & Infection. 

Lucy has published extensively in internationally recognised scientific journals in the area of T cell activation and regulation, particularly in the context of Type 1 Diabetes. She has received substantial ...

Dr Graham Wallace

Senior Lecturer in Immunity and Infection

School of Immunity and Infection

Graham Wallace is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Immunity and Infection. 

Graham has published over 75 research papers in scientific journals as well as reviews in the fields of ocular immunology, Behcet’s Disease and immunogenetics. He has received grants from Guide Dogs for the Blind Association, Fight for Sight, and the Wellcome Trust. 

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Professor Damien Walmsley

Professor Damien Walmsley

Professor of Restorative Dentistry

School of Dentistry

Positions of Responsibility

  • Member of School Executive
  • Graduate School Director for Dentistry  
  • Head of the teaching unit of Prosthetic Dentistry
  • Member of International Engagement Committee
  • College Champion for Universitas 21

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Dr Derek Ward

Dr Derek Ward

Clinical Senior Lecturer in Public Health
Co-Director NIHR Horizon Scanning Centre

Public Health, Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Derek Ward is Co-Director of the NIHR Horizon Scanning Centre, a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) funded research programme which aims to provide policy-makers with advance notice of selected new and emerging health technologies that might require evaluation, consideration of clinical and cost impact, or modification of clinical guidance prior to launch on the NHS. In addition, ...

Dr Douglas Ward

Dr Douglas Ward

SCRA Senior Research Fellow

School of Cancer Sciences

Dr Ward’s research is centred around clinical proteomics and biomarker discovery. Much of this work uses the MALDI and ESI mass spectrometers housed in the College of Medical and Dental Sciences to characterise protein alterations that may act as markers for human disease.

Mrs Sally Warmington

Mrs Sally Warmington

Senior Trial Manager

Primary Care Clinical Sciences

Sally Warmington is an experienced clinical trial manager and researcher based in the Cancer Team at the Department of Primary Care. She works, with other trial managers and academic colleagues, for Professor Sue Wilson on epidemiological studies concerning cancer detection, early diagnosis and prevention. Her experience is broad within university departments, the NHS and local government. Sally ...

Dr Roger Watson

Dr Roger Watson

Senior Lecturer

School of Cancer Sciences

Roger Watson is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Cancer Sciences.

Dr Watson has published 70 research papers as well as reviews and book chapters in the fields of virology and cancer gene function over the years. He has received research funding from Cancer Research UK, the Association for International Cancer Research and the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences ...

Professor Steve P. Watson

Professor Steve P. Watson

BHF Professor in Cardiovascular Sciences and Cellular Pharmacology

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences

Steve Watson is a British Heart Foundation Professor in Cardiovascular Sciences and Cellular Pharmacology.

Steve is head of the Birmingham Platelet Group. The group undertakes a multidisciplinary approach to the investigation of platelet function in health and disease with a special focus on platelet receptors and their signalling pathways. The work includes ...

Dr Mark Webber

Dr Mark Webber

Senior Research Fellow

School of Immunity and Infection

Marks research is focused on antimicrobial action and resistance with specific interests in bacterial evolution in response to stress, mechanisms of biofilm formation and transferrable resistance as well as numerous other smaller areas of study. Mark co-heads the Antimicrobials Research Group with Professor Laura Piddock.

www.antimicrobialagentsresearchgroup.com

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