Sampson Gamgee Professor of Vascular Surgery and Director of Quality Assurance and Enhancement
Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences
As the Sampson Gamgee Professor of Vascular Surgery Professor Bradbury leads the delivery of an innovative, evidence-based, high quality vascular and endovascular academic surgical service for both arterial and venous disease at the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust (HEFT). He also undertakes clinical and basic science research in arterial and venous disease
Pharmacy, Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Dr Brain graduated with a PhD in Physiology in 1998 and in Medicine in 1999 from the University of Sydney, Australia. After working as a medical officer at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney he joined the Department of Pharmacology, Oxford, in 2001.
While in Oxford, Dr Brain held a series of research fellowships, including a Nuffield Medical Fellowship, Wellcome ...
Primary Care Clinical Sciences
George Bramley is a Research Fellow and systematic reviewer based in CLAHRC (Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care for Birmingham and Black Country) working on a number of evidence reviews across the nine CLAHRC–BC themes.
George is also experienced evaluator and contributed to the development of evaluation practice having contributed ...
Nursing and Physiotherapy
Richard Breakwell is a lecturer in nursing. His clinical experience is varied, including transplant coordination (recipient and procurement), intensive care nursing, and liver and renal services.
Richard’s current area of interest is in the principles of nursing patients in the acute setting, and the educational aspects of student progression, retention and attrition.
Research Associate (Analyst)
Public Health, Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Philip joined the NIHR Horizon Scanning Centre in August 2012 as a Research Associate (Horizon Analyst) and is a member of the pharmaceutical team. He graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2008 with an honours degree in Anatomy and Human Biology. Philip is also a qualified physiotherapist having completed his MSc in Physiotherapy at the University of Birmingham in 2011.
Research Support Administrator
Medical and Dental Sciences
Linda provides underpinning support to the College of Medical & Dental Sciences (MDS) Research & Knowledge Transfer Office, specifically the Research Development Team, across a broad portfolio of research activity support, both in terms of preparation for and development of future funding opportunities, as well as ongoing research activity. Linda is involved mainly in the ...
Professor emeritus, University of Birmingham
Neurotrauma and Neurodegeneration
As professor emeritus in the University of Birmingham, he is writing a series of monographs on the psychiatry of motherhood. In 2001, he established Eyry Press, which publishes hand-crafted books.
Clinical Trial Co-ordinator
School of Cancer Sciences
Dr Brookes is an historian by training. Having spent most of her academic life studying in the North West she returned to her home city of Birmingham where she became involved in medical research. She lives with her partner Martyn and their goldfish!
Reader in Cellular Immunology
School of Immunity and Infection
Geoffrey Brown is Director of Postgraduate Taught, College of Medical Sciences and Director of Graduate Studies, Immunity and infection
Geoffrey has published 130 original research papers in scientific journals and 16 reviews/book chapters in the fields of blood cell development and leukaemia. In 2009, he edited the book entitled ‘Cell Determination during Hematopoiesis’ ...
Postgraduate, Training and Development Officer
Medical and Dental Sciences
Rachel joined the R&KT office in July 2009 and provides support to the Postgraduate Manager, specifically co-ordinating non-clinical and clinical academic training and development support and managing core PhD programmes within the College. Rachel also supports Professor Lorraine Harper (Lead for Clinical Academic Training) in her role of the development of the integrated academic training ...