• Professor Pru Hobson-West

    Vaccination; animal research; controversies in medicine; human-animal relations; human-animal bond; pets
    Animals Children Health and Medicine Science children vaccination animals ethics pets Research companion animals veterinary medicine Science
  • Dr Tengwen Long

    Dr Long's research interests primarily revolve around environmental change and human-environment interactions over different timescales.
    Archaeology Belt and Road Initiative Environment History Science agriculture Sustainable development goals Water
  • Alexander Tarr

    Viruses and virus infections, particularly infections of the liver (hepatitis C virus, hepatitis B virus, hepatitis E virus). Immunity to virus infections and antiviral therapies, including new drugs for viruses. Vaccines for virus infection.
  • Chrissie Bousfield

    Burn injuries, particularly acute. Wound care issues. Management and psychological care of an individual following burn trauma and reconstructive surgery.
    +44 (0) 115 823 1811
    Health and Medicine Science health sciences burns Acute Wound care Psychological care burn trauma reconstructive surgery
  • Emeritus Professor John Brookfield

    Dr Brookfield's current activities focus on two main themes.i) Population and evolutionary genetics. This involves quantitative population genetics which highlights molecular evolution and the evolution of the genome.ii) Statistical analyses of biological data.
    +44 (0)115 823 0392
    Science Science life science gentics evolution Genome biological
  • Professor James McInerney

    My research expertise is in evolutionary biology, microbiology and genomics. I have worked on the evolutionary history of humans, mammals, animals, bacteria, viruses and fungi. I am also expert in genomics and genetics.Antibiotic resistance. New discoveries in microbiology, evolution or genetics. The spread of new infectious diseases. Advances in genomics or genetics.
    +44 (0)7470 469565
  • Dr Edward Bolt

    Molecular Biology in human cells. In Asia: Research collaborations, editorial board, expert reviewer for grant applications.
    0115 823 0194
    Education Science biosciences life sciences CRISPR molecular biology drug development cancer
  • Dr Angus Davison

    Biology and genetics of Japanese snails.
    Environment Science genetics molluscs genomics
  • Professor Eugene Ch'ng

    I'm an expert in digital technologies, but in hardcore technical developments (hardware-software integration - VR, AR, MR, XR), applied to culture, and cultural heritage.
    Archaeology Art Belt and Road Initiative Communications Cultures Education Science digital cultural heritage virtual reality augmented reality mixed reality
  • Dr Alison K.S. Wee

    My research focuses on the evolution and conservation of coastal ecosystems. My primary goal is to understand their historical and future response to global change using molecular approaches, and to formulate sustainable development strategies. I work primarily on mangroves, with 12 years of field and lab experience in the Asia Pacific region, including in Japan, China and Thailand.
    Belt and Road Initiative Business and economy Environment Science bioscience Governance life science Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Water
  • Dr Cedric Tan

    I have a particular interest in carnivore ecology and conservation as well as environmental education. My passion for effective evidence-based applied ecology and education drives me to pursue both disciplines in innovative ways, in turn contributing to raising awareness about conservation issues and nurturing our future leaders in conservation.
    Engineering Environment Science life sciences Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Dr Faith Chan

    Dr Faith Ka Shun Chan is an Assistant Professor at the University of Nottingham, Ningbo campus, China. He currently conducts research on international water management practices, with a particularly focus on flood risk management in East Asian mega-deltas and coastal mega-cities.. He has a strong research and teaching interests on inter-disciplinary aspects on environmental management across physical and human geography, in particular on issues related to sustainable water and soil management and development.
    Energy Environment Science Governance Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) urban flood resilience coastal megacities; climate change urban water management sponge city green finance
  • Professor Pau Loke Show

    Microalgae have recently attracted considerable interest worldwide, due to their extensive application potential in the renewable energy, biopharmaceutical, and nutraceutical industries. Microalgae are renewable, sustainable, and economical sources of biofuels, bioactive medicinal products, and food ingredients.
    Belt and Road Initiative Energy Engineering Environment Science agriculture biosciences life sciences pharmaceutical Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Water
  • Dr Marwan Nafea

    My research areas include MEMS, micro/nanofabrication technologies, wireless microfluidic devices, microactuators, 4D printing, PSO, optimal control, and biosignals.
    +60 38924 8168
    Energy Engineering Science MEMS 4D printing Wireless drug delivery Microfluidics Microactuators Microfabrication Optimization EEG ECG
  • Dr Michelle Tan

    Development of point of care diagnostic tools for detection of infectious diseases and non-communicable diseases. Research involves the modification of nanomaterials for improve selectivity of sensor electrode platform to the development of electronic transducer coupled with smartphone and artificial intelligence technology for improved sensitivity and portability.
  • Dr Kim Yeow Tshai

    Characterization and processing of polymers/composites; materials modeling and finite element analysis of highly nonlinear polymeric systems.
    Engineering Science polymer processing Injection moulding Blow moulding Thermoforming Fibre reinforced composites nanocomposites Biocomposites aerospace automotive
  • Dr Khai Ching Ng

    My expertise is in developing novel simulation techniques for solving computational fluid and solid multi-physics problems (e.g. CFD, FEA). Main applications include free surface flow, energy harvesting, Fluid Structure Interaction (FSI) etc.
    Energy Engineering Environment Science Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD); Fluid Structure Interaction (FSI); Free surface flow; Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) meshless method particle method Software Development parallel computing
  • Professor Cong Cao

    Science and technology policy; innovation and entrepreneurship; talent; biotechnology; nanotechnology.
  • Dr Amr Ahmed

    Expertise in AI and Machine Learning and their applications in computer vision and image/video analysis. Particular domains include Health (Detection and diagnostic support, less-invasive monitoring, ...etc.) and AgriFood Technologies (Auto. Grading, quality assessment, monitoring fields from Aerial photos/videos).
    Science agriculture
  • Dr Zhi Xiang Ng

    Dr Ng is attached to the School of Biosciences, Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Nottingham Malaysia. He obtained his PhD in Molecular Biochemistry from the University of Malaya and PGCHE from the University of Nottingham. He is also a Fellow of UK Advanced Higher Education (FHEA) and a member of Malaysian Scientific Association (MSA). Currently he serves as an academic editor for twelve scientific journals and has involved in the peer review of more than 40 international science indexed journals. The significance of his works has been recognized in a number of research grant capture, scholarly publications, conferences and symposia.
    Health and Medicine Science agriculture biosciences life sciences pharmaceutical
  • Professor Festo Massawe

    Our research focuses on improving productivity, quality and value of food crops. We develop sustainable crop production practices and build resilient food systems. We also research food environments in transitioning economies and how these could be shaped to deliver sustainable and healthy diets.
    Environment Science agriculture biosciences
  • Professor Ian Fisk

    As Professor of Flavour Chemistry, Professor Fisk runs the Food Flavour group at the University of Nottingham. His research interests lie in flavour management (plant biology, agricultural techniques, food production through to consumption) and fundamental food chemistry to support novel processing technologies and commercial products.
    Science Agriculture and Food Science agriculture Food Chemistry food processing Flavour Chemistry Flavour Chem Aroma Chemistry
  • Professor Neil Thomas

    Anti-cancer drugs targeting. Development of anti-tuberculosis drugs. Protein engineering and creation of antibody mimics. Biological catalysis and its applications to chemistry and medicine. Development of new bioluminescence and fluorescence enzyme assays. Development of new nucleic acid aptamers as antibody substitutes.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3565
    Chemistry Science chemistry cancer drug tuberculosis protein Engineering enzyme antibody
  • Professor Robert Jones

    Solid and Liquid surfaces in ultra-high vacuum. Surface techniques generally, low energy electron diffraction (LEED), ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy (UPS), angle resolved photoelectron spectroscopy (ARUPS or ARPES), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), work function measurements, temperature programmed desorption (TPD). Ultra-high vacuum technology. Surface reactivity and kinetics. Developing new methods involving "line of sight mass spectrometry" techniques, imaging gas analysers and imaging mass spectrometry. Surface structure research. Developing and using synchrotron based methods, particularly X-ray Standing Wave (XSW) analysis, Normal Incidence X-ray Standing Wave Analysis (NIXSW), variable period X-ray standing wave analysis (VPXSW) and near edge X-ray absorption fine structure (NEXAFS). Interface systems studied include Solid/Liquid and Liquid/Gas interfaces. Adsorption/absorption of solute molecules at these surfaces. Self assembly at surfaces. Gas capture of CO2, SO2 and others by ionic liquids. Solid surfaces include metal single crystal surfaces such as: Cu(111), Cu(110), Cu(100), Au(111), Au(110), Ni(111), Ni(100), Al(100), Cr(100) and semiconductor surfaces such as Si(100), InSb(001). Adsorbates include small molecules (water, acetone,methanol, ethanol, SO2, etc.), halogens (Cl2, Br2, I2), halocarbons (CCl4, CHCl3, dichoroethane, CF3I, etc.), thiols and disulfides (CH3SH, CH3SSCH3 and others). Ionic liquids used to form liquid interfaces include imidazoliums, pyrrolidiniums, phosphoniums and other cations paired with tetrafluoroborate, hexafluorophosphate, bi[(trifluoromethyl)sulfonyl]-imide, and other anions.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3468
    Chemistry Energy Science chemistry Science surface Surface Structure
  • Professor Steven Howdle

    Clean chemistry. Clean synthesis of polymers/plastics.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3486
    Chemistry Science Science chemistry clean synthesis polymers plastics
  • Dr Robert Mokaya

    New inorganic materials that have improved properties and are cheap and environmentally friendly. Designs, synthesises and characterises novel porous inorganic materials and studies their structure-property relations.
    +44 (0) 115 846 6174
    Chemistry Environment Science chemistry Materials Environment Synthesies Charterises
  • Professor Gerry Pattenden

    Organic natural products. Strategies and tactics in the total synthesis of biologically active compounds from nature. Contemporary synthetic methods.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3529
    Chemistry Science chemistry organic synthesis Biologically compounds nature
  • Professor Jonathan Hirst

    Computational approaches to modelling the shape and motion of proteins and the computer-aided design of potential new drug compounds. The computer methods employed include: quantum chemistry; simulation bioinformatics; neural networks; and statistics.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3478
    Chemistry Science chemistry quantum statistics neural networks bioniformatics Science computational
  • Professor Martyn Poliakoff

    Green chemistry and approaches to sustainable chemistry. Clean chemical processing and reactions. Supercritical fluids, particularly supercritical carbon dioxide and supercritical water.
  • Dr Panos Soultanas

    Potential anti-microbial targets for the development of new antibiotics. The molecular mechanism of action of enzymes involved in the replication of DNA. DNA helicases, the enzymes that unwind the double helix and allow access to genetic information locked within the sequences of the bases.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3525
    Chemistry Science chemistry Anti- microbial antibiotics enzymes DNA genetics
  • Dr Richard J Wheatley

    Quantum chemistry. Computers in chemistry. Mathematics in chemistry.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3454
    Chemistry Science chemistry quantum computers Maths Mathematics
  • Dr June McCombie

    Molecular astrophysics involving both observational spectroscopy and the modelling of molecules and dust in interstellar, stellar, circumstellar, nebular and cometary media. High resolution laser spectroscopic studies of large and small clusters of molecules at very low temperatures. Worked closely with the Institute of Physics on their Diversity Programme, ex-chair Project Juno.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3551
    Chemistry Science chemistry Astrophysics molecules Internstellar Physics
  • Associate Professor Jonathan McMaster

    The role of metal centres in biology that catalyse important biological transformations - understanding how nature uses the properties of metals to achieve specific biological tasks.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3498
    Chemistry Science chemistry biology Metals Catalyse Transformations
  • Professor Steve Harding

    Studying proteins, sugars and DNA to improve drug delivery.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6148
    Science Studying proteins sugars DNA drug delivery
  • Professor Sean May

    Arabidopsis (the first plant to have its genome completely sequenced). Seeds/germplasm. Affymetrix genechips (silicon chips that contain DNA fragments of the biological code of an animal or plants). Bioinformatics (computer oriented tasks in biology).
    +44 (0) 115 951 3237
    Science Arabidopsis seeds germplasm DNA bioinformatics biology
  • Professor Melanie Leng

    Use of isotopes in environmental research, in particular with climate change and human-landscape interactions, with increasing importance on the Anthropocene. Use stable isotopes as tracers of modern pollution and understanding the hydrological cycle especially in areas suffering human impact.
    0115 936 3515
    Environment Science isotopes climate change Environment Human Anthropocene pollution Malaysia australia turkey Vietnam
  • Professor Paul Wilson

    The economics of farming. BREXIT. Farm efficiency and performance variation. Sustainability and sustainabilty intensification. Agriculture and the environment; Agricultural policy. Food consumer behaviour.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6075
    Brexit Business and economy Environment Food Science economics agriculture farming food business Environment future food Science Brexit
  • Professor Phil Garnsworthy

    The nutrition of dairy cows and maximising the efficiency of feed utilisation for milk production without compromising reproductive performance. Rumen fermentation. Near-infrared spectroscopy. Ration formulation. Computer modelling of animal reproductive systems.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6065
    Science animals Dairy dairy cows Milk Production reproductive farming agriculture
  • Professor David Salt

    Plant science, agriculture, global food security, minerals, nutrients, food, diet, cadmium, arsenic
    +44 (0) 115 9516332
    Environment Food Plant Science plant science global food security Minerals nutrients food diet agriculture cadmium arsenic
  • Professor Ian Connerton

    Food safety, including E.Coli, campylobacter, genetically modified foods.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6119
    Science Food safety including E Coli campylobacter genetically modified foods
  • Professor Malcolm Bennett

    Plant genetics. Plant GM. Plant genomics.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3255
    Brexit Food Science plant genetics Plant GM Plant genomics
  • Dr Tim Robbins

    Plant breeding for horticultural crops (potato and tomato) and top fruit including cherries and pears. Plant reproductive biology and specifically self-sterility and mechanisms used by plants to present in breeding. Petunia as a model plant. Petunia genome biology.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6329
    Environment Science plants horticulture Crops fruit cherries pears petunias Petunia plant biology plant reproduction plant breeding
  • Emeritus Professor Julian Wiseman

    Pig production, including meat quality, effect of diet on reproduction, diet, digestibility, history. Poultry production, including diet and digestibility.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6054
    Science agriculture pig production meat quality diet reproduction digestibility poultry
  • Dr Sean Mayes

    Crops, plants, seeds, crop genetics, marker assisted selection, development of minor crops, resilient agriculture, oil palm, bambara groundnut, wheat, tea, biotechnology, breeding, seed systems
    Environment Science World Crops plants seeds crop genetics marker assisted selection development of minor crops resilient agriculture oil palm bambara groundnut wheat tea biotechnology breeding seed systems
  • Dr Sofie Sjogersten

    Expertise relates to the functioning and management of tropical peat swamp forests, land degradation, greenhouse gas emissions and sustainable agriculture. Involved in a UK Space Agency project using space borne platforms to monitor and manage tropical peatlands and a Global Challenges Research Fund project to develop less damaging agriculture on tropical peatlands in Malaysia and Indonesia.
    0115 951 6239
    Environment Science tropical peatlands swamp forests land degradation greenhouse gas emissions sustainable agriculture Malaysia Indonesia China
  • Dr Ni Yang

    Active collaboration on food science, specialised in flavour research, such as coffee and tea, and current interest focus on chilli and its active ingredient capsaicin. I am collaborating with Chinese academics and companies at various levels.
    Education Engineering Environment Science Sustainable development goals food flavour chilli capsaicin agriculture
  • Dr Ramiro Alberio

    Developmental epigenetics, developmental mechanisms, pluripotent cells, pluripotency, somatic cells, animal reproduction, animal cloning, stem cells, animal development, regenerative medicine, gametes, reproductive technologies, stem cell therapies, regenerative medicine, infertility
    Health and Medicine Science Developmental epigenetics developmental mechanisms pluripotent cells pluripotency somatic cells animal reproduction animal cloning stem cells animal development regenerative medicine gametes reproductive technologies stem cell therapies infertility
  • Dr Rebecca Ford

    Sensory perception, consumer behaviour of food and drink, food science, neuroscience, sensory signals, how we perceive what we eat and drink. Enjoyment of food, food choice, health, nutritional status. Expert beer taster and trains others to assess beer quality. Taste of drinking water, what makes a good 'taster', food choice.
    +44 (0) 115 9516685
    Business and economy Education Health and Medicine Science sensory perception consumer behaviour food drink food science neuroscience sensory signals enjoyment of food food choice health nutritional status beer tasting beer quality drinking water
  • Dr Debbie Sparkes

    Crop physiology and agronomy of temperate field crops. Organic crop production.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6074
    Food Science bioscience crop Physiology agronomy field organic production
  • Dr Fiona McCullough

    Nutritional status of the population. Health promotion and intervention. The relationship between food choice and dietary behaviour and the role of food throughout the life cycle. The effect of breakfast on primary school children. The role of 'good' bacteria in health and well-being. The treatment of type 2 diabetes in differing ethnic groups.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6118
    Science nutrition population health food dietary Behaviour breakfast children Bacteria diabetes ethnic groups
  • Dr Matt Dickinson

    Fungal diseases of plants, in particular the rust fungi. Methods for controlling plant diseases, including plant biotechnology.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3236
    Science biosciences Fungal diseases plants fungi biotechnology
  • Dr Christina Supramaniam

    Certification and best practices for sustainable palm oil estate management in smallholders. Molecular plant pathologist for soilborne diseases of tropical plants. Soil microbiome for disease suppression and preservation of natural biodiversity. Microbial biotechnology for agricultural waste management and green technologies.
    Environment Plant Science Science Sustainable Palm Oil tropical plants soilborne diseases biodiversity Indonesia Malaysia
  • Professor Kang-Nee Ting

    Natural product pharmacology with a focus on drug discovery. Working on various derivatives obtained from natural products local to Malaysia, as well as edible mushrooms used in traditional medicine. This includes studying the vascular and smooth muscle effects of these isolates for application in respiratory conditions, vascular diseases and overactive bladder.
    +60 38924 8209
    Health and Medicine Science drug discovery edible mushrooms Malaysia Hong Kong China traditional medicine isolates respiratory conditions vascular diseases overactive bladder
  • Dr Amanda Avery

    Dietitian by background. Worked in the NHS for over 20 years, in primary care and thus a broad range of knowledge re;diet and health, before joining academia in 2009. Research strengths: weight management across the life-course, obesity and diabetes, the double burden of obesity (obesity and micronutrient deficency), infant nutrition and general public health dietetics/nutrition.
    0115 9516238
  • Dr Amanda Rasmussen

    Plant scientist. I work with crops and horticultural species investigating how they function - how do roots form, how do they respond to stressful environments, how do they take up nutrients and water and what that means for the whole plant.
    Environment Plant Science Science Crops plants horticulture roots agriculture
  • Dr Chee-Mun Fang

    Identification and characterisation of antibiotic resistance bugs commercial poultry farms in Malaysia; Characterise bioactive compounds isolated from medicinal plant native to the tropical Asian region that could regulate immune response.
    +60 38924 8722
    Health and Medicine Science antibiotic resistance bugs medicinal plants Native tropical Malaysia Asia immune response
  • Dr Yan Pan

    Liver drug metabolising enzymes among the Asian population.
    +60 38725 3444
    Science liver drug enzyme metabolism Asia
  • Dr Neil Mennie

    Neil is a cognitive neuroscientist, and has worked in the UK, the US and Germany prior to Malaysia. He is interested in the use of vision and how we use it in everyday life. His interests include face recognition, attention, stress and anxiety, AI, machine learning and psychology. He is also very interested in sensory devices to assist the blind.
    Environment Health and Medicine Psychology Science neuroscience vision Psychology Cognition Animal applied biosciences life sciences pharmaceutical Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Dr Marieke de Vries

    My research focuses on autism and the link to culture. Several factors that are linked to autism might be influenced by culture, such as Executive Functioning, Language (e.g., multilingualism), Imagination, and Music.
    +60 387 253 605
  • Dr Siu Yee New

    Expert on developing new methods to simplify or accelerate the diagnosis or detection process, including cancer biomarker, drug screening, metal ion contamination, or toxic compound in food.
    +60 38924 8762
  • Dr Catrin Rutland

    Understanding genetics and gene therapy in humans/animals. Understanding anatomy in humans/animals.
    0115 9516573, 07780701710
    Animals Health and Medicine Science Veterinary anatomy genetics gene therapy
  • Professor Alan Smyth

    Cystic fibrosis. Clinical trials in children. Chest disease in childhood. Professor Smyth is Director of the Medicines for Children Research Network in the East of England (MCRN-East).
    +44 (0)115 823 0612
    Cultures Health and Medicine Science cystic fibrosis clinical trials chest disease children
  • Dr Weibin Li

    Dr. Weibin Li has worked on a number of topics in atomic, molecular and optical physics, including light-matter interactions, Rydberg atoms and ions, ultralong range Rydberg molecules, and quantum information and simulation with cold atoms. Currently, his research focuses on creation and manipulation of strongly correlated states of light and cold matter. Visit for more details.
  • Professor Jon Garibaldi

    Have spend a lot of time in China with research colleagues in my field.
    +44 115 95 14216
    Science computer science
  • Dr Virginia Panizzo

    Ginnie is a freshwater ecologist and stable isotope geochemist whose work focuses on environmental change and biogeochemical cycling in aquatic ecosystems. In tandem with my research on algal proxies, I am interested in reconstructing the impact that humans and climate change have had on freshwater systems over the past 2000 years.
    Environment Geography Science Sustainable development goals Water climate change water quality pollution algae Deltas rivers lakes
  • Professor Janet Daly

    Emerging viruses of veterinary and human interest (e.g. influenza viruses and flaviviruses). Dr Daly's main research interests are in emerging and re-emerging RNA viruses, particularly zoonotic viruses such as influenza A viruses and the flaviviruses (Dengue, Japanese encephalitis, West Nile and Zika) but also including, orthobunyaviruses more recently.She studies the complex interactions between viruses and their host to try to better understand determinants of viral pathogenicity. She also has an interest in factors influencing interspecies transmission and the use of mathematical models to further understanding of disease transmission.Dr Daly has appeared on radio (BBC Material World) and regional TV news programmes in the UK and Croatia. She has also written for lay publications such as Horse and Hound magazine. Janet is also a mountaineer and dog lover.
    +44 (0)115 951 6475
    Animals Environment Health and Medicine Science Janet Daly Influenza virus flaviviruses nottingham Vet School interspecies transmission disease transmission emerging viruses veterinary Human zoonotic
  • Professor Jonathan Ball

    Emerging viruses, for example, Ebola, Zika, Mers Coronavirus, influenza. Viral vaccines and treatments. Blood borne infections, for example, HIV and hepatitis C.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0745
    Science biology Blood Blood-borne viruses HIV Hepatitis C Ebola Zika Influenza vaccines virus
  • Thomas Stanton

    Research focuses on spatial and temporal variations of microplastic pollution in freshwater environments and atmospheric fallout. With a particular interest in the prevalence of microplastics in the upstream reaches of the freshwater system
    Environment Geography Science microplastics Environment pollution freshwater plastic
  • Dr Bagus Muljadi

    Director of the newly-established Indonesia Doctoral Training Partnership (IDTP). IDTP provides a platform for research and knowledge exchange with the Indonesian government, higher education institutions, and industries. IDTP was established in partnership with the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia (RISTEKDIKTI). Recent research focuses on includes publications on rarefied quantum gas dynamics, multiscale method developments, direct pore-scale simulations and reactive transport modelling.
    Education Engineering Environment International Relations Science Engineering Environment Indonesia Doctoral Training Partnership transport modelling chemical engineering quantum gas
  • Professor Alison Pilnick

    Sociology of health and illness, with a particular focus on communication between health and social care professionals and their clients or patients.
    0115 95 15237
    Communications Health and Medicine Science Sociology sociology illness communication between health professionals and patients patient communication simulated patients healthcare training communicating uncertainty communicating risk patient choice second language in healthcare
  • Professor Alison Pilnick

    Genetic antenatal screening and counselling. Communication of genetic information. Pharmacist and client interaction and communication about the use of prescribed medicines.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5237
    Health and Medicine Science Sociology Antenatal screening Counselling Genetic communication pharmacist medicine
  • Dr Richard Windle

    HPA axis and stress in disease. E-learning. Reusable learning objects.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0902
    Health and Medicine Science stress disease HPA Axis e-learning
  • Professor Eugene Ch'ng

    Developing Virtual Reality technology for the production, storage and sharing of cultural heritage spanning large spatial-temporal scales. Develop technology for retrieving, processing, and tools for visual analytics for large social media datasets for understanding phenomena within connected societies.
    +86 574 8818 3049
    Archaeology Architecture and Built Environment Art Belt and Road Initiative Business and economy Cultures Environment History Science virtual reality augmented reality social media big data Digital heritage virtual heritage computational archaeology
  • Professor Paul Crawford

    Health humanities - humanities-based knowledge and practices applied to healthcare. Health communication. Health language (media, policy, practitioner, user/carer). Health/illness narratives. Social and cultural aspects of mental health. Literature. Madness and its representation in literature. William Golding. Florence Nightingale, her history, nursing practices and legacy.
    +44 (0)115 74 84417
    Health and Medicine Science health humanities healthcare communication Language Social cultural mental health Literature madness William Golding
  • Professor Andrew Fisher

    Teaching Philosophy to the young - esp. primary school children. Philosophy of Education - who should teach what? And who decides? Inclusivity in the classroom, safe spaces and trigger warnings, private schools and faith schools - should they exist? Cases for positive discrimination in admission to university. Philosophy of religion - religion vs science, reasons for/against God, demarcation of religion etc; Ethics - moral truth, moral facts, God and morality - how could they be linked? Applied ethics, normative ethics. Equality, diversity and inclusion - implicit bias, stereotype threat, chilly climates, decolonization of the curriculum, microaggressions, gender and sex, etc.
    0115 846 7647
  • Professor Colin Thorne

    Professor Colin Thorne is one of the UK's leading expert in flooding. His expertise covers flood management, rivers and river management, including rehabilitation and restoration for environmental enhancement and rivers and development issues in South America, Africa and Asia.
    0115 951 5431
    Architecture and Built Environment Engineering Environment International Relations Science Sociology Africa America (South) Asia civil engineering Flooding Geography rivers Water weather IAPS
  • Professor Paul Greenhaff

    Regulation of nutrient delivery/availability and energy production in skeletal muscle and the significance this has on muscle growth and function during exercise in health and disease.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0133
    Energy Science biology Skeleton muscle exercise health diseases
  • Lan Xia

    88180000-8040 / 18142049906
    Energy Engineering Science Lithium ion batteries] electrolyte solvents electrolyte additives for batteries
  • Dr Clare Burrage

    Investigations into Dark Energy and it's potential role in the expansion of the Universe.
    +44 (0)115 8467903/07733 361609
    Energy Physics Science astronomy dark energy universe galaxies Space Science Physics
  • Professor Michèle Clarke

    The environment, climate and ecology of the Asia-Pacific region for the last 30 years, including the complexity of their interactions with society, heritage and cultures. Recent themes have included agriculture and rural development; cultural and built heritage; low carbon and clean energy; rapid urbanisation and sustainable cities; and the energy-water-food nexus.
    0115 951 5446
    Archaeology Architecture and Built Environment Cultures Education Energy Engineering Environment Gender History Migration Science Veterinary climate society sustainable development energy ecosystems Cities Water agriculture heritage Asia
  • Dr Wayne Carter

    Toxciology: understanding how the body responds and defends itself against environmental toxic exposures, and an examination of which and to what level exposures are causal for ill-health.Dr Carter has featured in the UK national press and media re the Salisbury Novichok attack, food supplements and environmental contaminants, given expert comment to the Science Media Centre, and has experience of live radio interviews.
    01332 724738
  • Dr Jasmeet Kaler

    Precision technologies. Smart farming. Precision agriculture. Sheep. Lameness. Cattle. Lameness. Sensors for livestock. Stakeholder decision making. Farmer behaviour.
    +44 (0)115 951 6564
    Animals Food Science Veterinary Precision technologies Smart farming Precision agriculture sheep lameness cattle Sensors for livestock Stakeholder decision making Farmer behaviour farming
  • Dr Tobias Bast

    Brain, brain mechanisms, behaviour, cognition, neuropsychiatric, neuropsychiatric cognitive, neuropsychiatric disorders, learning, memory, spatial learning, spatial memory, fear, anxiety, pharmacological treatments, cognitive enhancers, cognitive disorders, dementia, schizophrenia, neuroscience
    +44 (0)115 8467438
    Health and Medicine Science brain brain mechanisms Behaviour Cognition neuropsychiatric neuropsychiatric cognitive neuropsychiatric disorders Learning memory spatial learning spatial memory fear anxiety pharmacological treatments cognitive enhancers cognitive disorders dementia schizophrenia neuroscience
  • Dr Sarah Cassidy

    Autism, with a particular focus on understanding and preventing mental health, self-harm, suicidal thoughts and suicidal behaviours in this group. My autism research also covers sensory and motor skills, social and communication skills, and ability to understand others' emotions.
    0115 9513470
  • Franziska Schrodt

    Diversity - ecosystem functioning relationships; plant functioning traits, plant ecology; remote sensing (e.g from satellites) use for conservation and global change studies; use of vegetation models to study global change; Essential Biodiversity VariablesChanges in plant distribution and function with climate change; change in the functioning of ecosystems with environmental change; prospects of using new technology (e.g. in remote sensing or mathematical models and 'Big data' in ecology) to study ecosystem change with climate change.
    +44 (0)115 84 66071
    Geography Science Technology World climate change biodiversity
  • Professor Nicola Pitchford

    mobile technologies, child development, basic skills, literacy, numeracy, primary school education, childhood cancer, preterm birth, childhood stroke, childhood deprivation, poverty, tablet technology, assisted learning, education, Malawi, South Africa, Brazil, childhood brain tumours
    +44 (0) 115 9515287
    Arts and Culture Children Education Health and Medicine Politics Science Technology World mobile technologies Child development basic skills Literacy numeracy primary school education childhood cancer preterm birth childhood stroke childhood deprivation poverty tablet technology assisted learning education Malawi South Africa Brazil childhood brain tumours
  • Professor Avril Drummond

    Rehabilitation research and evaluation of service delivery. Occupational Therapy. Rehabilitation research methodologies including randomised controlled trials. Rehabilitation research in stroke, TIA, traumatic brain injury, low back pain, total hip replacement, Multiple Sclerosis. Specific studies of GP fit notes, hemianopia, early supported discharge, fatigue, falls prevention, home visit assessments. Stroke units, re-enablement.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0493
    Health and Medicine Science Rehabilitation therapy stroke brain injury Trauma Low back pain Hip replacement Multiple Sclerosis
  • Dr David Hodge

    Probability, games of chance, mathematical decision making.
    +44 (0)115 9514966
    Mathematics Science Maths Probability games decision making
  • Dr Jonathan Wattis

    Mathematical modelling of DNA. Mathematical modelling of nucleation and phase transitions. Solitary waves in non linear systems.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3857
    Mathematics Science Maths Science DNA Nucleation Phase transition Solitary waves Non Linera
  • Dr Reuben O'Dea

    Mathematical biology; particularly the use of numerical and multiscale asymptotic methods to investigate how the interaction of processes occurring across multiple spatio-temporal scales gives rise to emergent system dynamics.
    +44 (0) 115 8466167
    Mathematics Science biology mathematical modelling Mathematical Medicine Mathematics
  • Professor Markus Owen

    Mathematical models to understand complex biological and medical processes from cancer growth to the way that plants grow.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7214
    Mathematics Science Maths mathematical medical biological cancer plants
  • Professor Thomas Sotiriou

    Gravitation, General Relativity, Alternative theories of gravity, black holes, compact stars, quantum gravity
    + 44 (0)115 951 4945
    Mathematics Physics Science Gravity General relativity Space black holes Mathematics astronomy Stars Physics
  • Dr Nicholas Hamm

    Participated in two projects in China: (1) mapping the environmental determinants of echinococcosis in the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region (NHAR) and (2) mapping air pollution in China for input into environmental epidemiology studies. Also coordinated a joint MSc between the Univeristy of Twente (NL) and the Indian Institute of Remote Sensing.
    +86 574 8818 8980
  • Elvira Perez Vallejos

    Dr Elvira Perez is a senior research fellow in the Horizon Digital Economy Research Group. Her expertise lies in Citizen-centric approaches to Social Media analysis, participatory research, cyber security, research ethics, children and older adult involvement in research. Mental health and wellbeing. Digital humanism.
    +44 (0) 115 7484022
    Children Health and Medicine Science Technology War and security social media Cyber Security research ethics ethics children Adults mental health wellbeing humanism digital digital humanism
  • Professor Miguel Camara

    Antimicrobial drug discovery, biofilms, novel bacterial target identification, gene regulation, antimicrobial resistance, bacterial cell-cell signalling (quorum sensing)
    0115 951 5036
    Health and Medicine Science Antimicrobial drug discovery gene regulation antimicrobial resistance Quorum Sensing Asia
  • Professor Roshan das Nair

    Cognition (e.g. attention and memory) and cognitive rehabilitation following brain injuries and multiple sclerosis; supported test development, and the design of clinical trials to evaluate the effectiveness of interventions.
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  • Dr Margaret Gillon Dowens

    Psycho/neurolinguistics, bi/multilingualism and the effects of ageing on language, using both behavioural and online techniques (EEG/ERPs). Direct the Cognitive Neuroscience of Language Laboratory at UNNC. Among current projects are studies with children, adults and older adults looking at morphosyntax and visual word and character processing in Chinese, English and Spanish.
    +86 574 8818 0515
  • Professor Christopher Gibbins

    Developing sustainable water management strategies to help conserve aquatic organisms, working primarily on invertebrates and fish (Malaysia)
    +60 38924 8733
    Engineering Environment Science Sustainability water management aquatic organisms conservation Malaysia Asia fish
  • Dr Alex Lechner

    Landscape ecologist with experience applying socio-ecological approaches along with spatial modelling (i.e. GIS) to conservation and natural resource management. Current research focuses on the social and environmental dimensions of urban planning in Asian cities and biodiversity conservation in Malaysia and Southeast Asia such as the impact of the Belt and Road Initiative.
    +60 38725 3613
    Belt and Road Initiative Environment Science southeast asia East Asia Belt and Road Initiative conservation planning GIS remote sensing Malaysia
  • Dr Odette Paramor

    Involved with several European projects supporting EU-China cooperation in research and innovation ('DragonSTAR', 'DragonSTAR Plus', 'ENRICH in China' and 'URBAN-EU-CHINA'), and have supported the development of EU-China R&I calls in the areas of sustainable urbanisation and food, agriculture and biotechnology. Current research interests are in marine biology and assessing the impacts of human activities on marine systems.
    +86 574 8818 8998
    Education Environment Geography International Relations Science EU China innovation sustainable urbanisation food agriculture biotechnology marine biology marine systems
  • Dr Lisa Yon

    Reproductive physiology in elephants, including physiology, endocrinology and studies of adipose tissue and links between nutrition and reproduction; and the physiology of stress. Captive and free-ranging wildlife, particularly infectious disease. Zoo animal welfare, specifically in captive elephant welfare and behaviour.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6358
    Animals Environment Health and Medicine Science Veterinary veterinary reproduction Physiology endocrinology wildlife Zoo animals
  • Dr Richard Lea

    Environmental effects on fertility and reproduction. General male and female fertility issues. Reproduction. Environmental chemicals in food.Dr Lea can talk on any topics relating to fertility, chemicals in food, pregnancy, pregnancy failure/miscarriage, environmental effects on populations.Previous media experience includes: Interviews on ITV Central, BBC East Midlands, Swedish TV News channel, radio interviews including BBC World Service, Radio Nottingham, Radio Scotland, NewsTalk 770 (Calgary), interviews with print journalists from various Newspapers - The New York Times, The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Times, Nottingham Post.Dr Lea is Interested in external consultancy and research collaboration opportunities.
    +44 (0)115 951 6426
    Animals Environment Health and Medicine Science Veterinary reproduction fertility environmental chemicals Human Animal sheep dogs nottingham Vet School
  • Dr Sara Goodacre

    Spider genetics, biology and behaviour
    +44 (0)115 8230334
    Environment Science spiders arachnids life sciences biology genetics
  • Dr Alastair Campbell Ritchie

    My primary research is in tissue engineering of tendons, ligaments, and other soft tissues. I also research physiological responses to mental and physical demands in workplaces. Artificial lung, artificial kidney, blood contacting biomaterials and extracorporeal circulation - teaching expertise and current member of the UK ISO TC 150 Implants for Surgery Standards committee. I am a member of the European Society for Artificial Organs' working group - education.
    0115 951 3812
  • Dr Conor Cunningham

    The relation between science and religion. Theology and Darwin's theory of evolution.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7390
    Arts and Culture Religion Science Science Religion theology evolution
  • Professor Peter Morris

    Brain, MRI, Physics, Schizophernia, Spectroscopy, Stroke.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4750 , + 44 (0) 115 978 8656
    Medical Imaging Physics Science brain MRI Physics Schizophernia spectroscopy Stroke
  • Professor Richard Bowtell

    Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), particularly functional brain imaging using MRI (fMRI); NMR miscroscopy, coil design for MRI, magnetic fields and their interaction with the human body.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4737
    Medical Imaging Physics Science Magnetic MRI microscopy Magnetic Fields Human body
  • Professor Mark Fromhold

    Chaos theory. Fractal patterns. Quantum behaviour of small (atom-sized) objects. Relationship between chaos and quantum theory.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5192
    Physics Science Chaos theory Fractal patterns quantum Behaviour atom
  • Professor Michael Merrifield

    Astronomy and astrophysics. Galaxies — their formation, evolution and structure. The Milky Way. Quasars and active galaxies. Cosmology. X-ray and gamma-ray astronomy.
    +44 (0)115 9515186/+44 (0)115 962 0819/07711 382612
    Physics Science astronomy Astrophysics galaxies Milky Way quasars Cosmology x-ray Gamma Rays
  • Professor Penny Gowland

    Medical imaging, and its applications in pregnancy, gastrointestinal disease and neurology. Diversity/Women in science. Peer review process.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5174
  • Dr James Sharp

    Nanoscience. The properties of polymers and how making very small structures from them affect their mechanical properties. Nanotechnology involving proteins and other biological molecules.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5142
    Physics Science nanoscience polymers nanotechnology biological molecules
  • Professor Anne Green

    Cosmology, astrophysics, particle physics, dark matter, early Universe cosmology, (cosmological) inflation.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7902
    Physics Science Physics dark matter universe Space astronomy Astrophysics particle physics Cosmology Science
  • Professor Christopher J Conselice

    Galaxy formation and evolution, cosmological parameters and their determination, Hubble Space Telescope, Spitzer Space Telescope, the discovery and study of the first galaxies to form in the universe, history of astronomy.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5137 , + 44 (0) 115 849 8514
    Physics Science Physics Galaxy evolution cosmological telescope astronomy history
  • Professor Richard Emes

    Understanding the evolution of complex systems and the generation of disease by using bioinformatics — a cohesive discipline being together computer science statistics and biology. How nutritional status during pregnancy can affect chemical modifications of DNA and potential future diseases. Comparative genomics and evolution of the brain. How the post-synaptic proteome, a group of proteins which play a significant part in learning and memory, affect the development and evolution of the synapse, the basic building clock of cognition. Evolution of drug-resistance in parasitic organisms.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6583 , +44 (0) 7538 030665
    Health and Medicine Science evolution diseases Science biology nutrition pregnancy DNA memory Learning bioinformatics Genomic genomics gene expression transcriptome transcriptomics data analysis
  • Nashiru Billa

    My research expertise is within the realm of nanoparticulate drug delivery which essentially means using nanotechnology to formulate drug carriers for the purpose of enhancing their availability where needed in the body. I am particularly interested in utilising natural materials in the construction of nanoparticulate carriers because of their 'acceptability' to biological systems. In this regard we have used chitosan, bees wax, cocoa butter, coconut oil etc to successfully construct nanoparticulate carriers for several therapeutic agents. I also have expertise in formulating therapeutic agents from plant sources in nano-particulates for treating diseases like cancer and we are currently studying how the active constituent from turmeric (curcumin) can be packaged into a nanoparticle system in the treatment of colon cancer.
    Health and Medicine Plant Science Science drug delivery natural materials colon cancer biology
  • Professor Claire Anderson

    Health promotion, education and development in pharmacy. Community pharmacy. Medicines management. Internet-based education. E-learning and continuing professional development for pharmacists.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5389
    Health and Medicine Science pharmacy health education medicines e-learning Internet
  • Professor Brigitte Nerlich

    Linguistics, metaphor studies, discourse analysis, media and culture, sociology of science, philosophy of science, history of science, science communication, public understanding of science, science and culture
    +44 (0) 115 846 7065
    Science cloning food GM foods Genome genetics Babies ethics designer farming agriculture MRSA bird flu
  • Professor Eamonn Ferguson

    Blood donor and organ donor behaviour – specifically integrating theory in psychology, economics and biology to understand what motivate people to donate blood and remain as an active blood donor. Personality theory and its interface with economics. Risk communication – specifically how to present risk and health information to enhance understanding and change behaviour. Medical Selection.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5327
    Science Donor Behaviour Psychology economics biology blood donor organ donor
  • Dr Denis Schluppeck

    brain, neuroscience, brain imaging, functional magnetic resonance imaging, visual illusions, sensory illusions, public engagement in science
    +44 (0) 115 8468580
    Education Health and Medicine Science Technology brain neuroscience Brain Imaging Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging visual illusions Sensory Illusions public engagement in science
  • Dr Stephanie Allen

    Molecular investigations of proteins and nucleic acids using a combination of imaging and surface analysis techniques, including atomic force microscopy and optical tweezers.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5050
    Health and Medicine Science pharmacy molecular proteins Acids Atomic Force microscopy Optical Tweezers
  • Dr Felicity Rose

    Stem cells work, particularly in gastrointestinal tissues. Scaffold design and materials for tissue engineering, establishing in vitro models including cancer and GI models and drug delivery devices for wound repair, with a focus on the cornea. Bioreactor design and imaging for 3D tissue growth.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7856
    Science pharmacy stem cells gastrointestinal tissue tissue engineering cancer drgus wound repair cornea bioreactor design
  • Dr Martin Garnett

    Expertise in various types of drug delivery, including nanoparticles, polymer-drug conjugates, targeting drugs using monoclonal antibodies and non-viral gene therapy. These drug delivery methods could be applied to a variety of diseases, but are most likely to be useful for cancer treatment.
    +44 (0) 115 951 5054
    Science pharmacy drugs polymer antibodies gene therapy cancer Cancer Treatment
  • Dr Charles Laughton

    Computational chemistry. Understanding the structures and dynamics of proteins and SNA and how this relates to their function. Medicinal chemistry, particularly the design and development of new anti-cancer agents.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3405
    Science pharmacy chemistry proteins SNA Anti-cancer
  • Professor Roger Bayston

    Avoidance of antibiotic resistance. Evaluation of antimicrobial biomaterials. Role of folic acid (B9) fortification of food to prevent spina bifida.
    +44 (0)115 823 1115
  • Professor Will Irving

    Viral hepatitis, especially chronic hepatitis C and B virus infections. Diagnosis, management and pathogenesis of viral hepatitis.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0752
    Health and Medicine Science biology hepatitis c b virus diagnosis
  • Professor Nigel Peter Minton

    Application of recombinant DNA methodologies to exploit microbes for medical and industrial benefits and to better understand how microorganisms cause disease. Study of bacteria group Clostridium, including the bugs that cause tetanus and botulism and the hospital superbug Clostridium difficile.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7458 , +44 (0) 7766 818 007
    Science DNA microbes microorganisms diseases bugs superbug Hospital
  • Professor Liz Sockett

    Swimming bacteria, natural nonmotors and flagella. Predatory Bdellovibrio bacteria. Public engagement with genetics and microbiology. Communication of science to the public.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0325
    Science biology Bacteria Swimming genetics Microbiology Science
  • Emeritus Professor Richard James

    Antibiotic resistance in disease causing bacteria, especially MRSA. Development of novel antibiotics based upon natural protein antibiotics produced by bacteria.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7952
    Science antibiotic disease Bacteria MRSA proteins
  • Dr Stephen Alexander

    Molecular mechanisms of drug action. Effects of drugs on the nervous system. Effects of drugs on the cardiovascular system. Drug targets of cannabis, caffeine, theophylline and glutamate.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0182
    Science Science life sciences drug nervous system cardiovascular cannabis caffeine theophlline glutamate
  • Dr Paul Dyer

    Fungal biology. Physiology and molecular biology of filamentous fungi. Pathology of eyespot diseases of cereals. Fungicides. Mushrooms. Toadstools.
    +44 (0) 115 951 3203
    Science Science life sciences biology Fungal molecular biology Physiology fungicides mushrooms toadstools disease
  • Professor Patrick Callaghan

    Using psychology to help prepare people for surgery and stressful medical procedures. Investigating how people make decisions about their health-related behaviours e.g. exercise. Assessing how organisations work and how well they work.
    +44 (0) 115 969 1300 ext 10738
    Health and Medicine Science Psychology Surgery preparation medical Procedures stressful behaviours health
  • Mr Roger Kerry

    Physiotherapy. Neck pain. Philosophy of health science.
    +44 (0) 115 823 1790
    Health and Medicine Science physiotherapy neck pain health science
  • Professor Fiona Bath-Hextall

    Evidence-based medicine - systematic reviews and clinical trials. Non melanoma skin cancer.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0884
    Health and Medicine Science Evidence- based medicine clinical trials non melanoma skin cancer
  • Heather Reid

    Back pain, sports injuries and physiotherapy. Paediatric and mental health patient physiotherapy. Rehabilitation following strokes, head injuries, respiratory problems and orthopaediatric problems. Biomechanics. Psychology of rehabilitation. Neurorehabilitation. Cardiovascular rehab. Management of pain. Exercise therapy.
    +44 (0) 115 969 1169 ext 47115 , +44 (0) 01909 770 000
    Health and Medicine Science back pain sports injuiries physiotherapy paediatric mental health Rehabilitation stroke head injuries respiratory Pain exercise therapy
  • Dr Gary Adams

    Polysaccharide in drug delivery. Sugars, in improving drug delivery. Proteins in drug delivery. Polysaccharide-protein interaction. Utilising biomaterials and biomimietics in drug delivery. Physico-chemical interaction of insulin. Development of a self-regulating insulin delivery Device. Pathophysiology of diabetes mellitus.
    +44 (0) 115 823 0901
    Health and Medicine Science drug delivery sugars proteins insulin delivery diabetes
  • Dr Andy Meal

    Epidemiology of heart disease.
    +44 (0) 115 970 9265
    Health and Medicine Science health sciences epidemiology heart disease
  • Professor Stephen Joseph

    Human reactions to traumatic events. Post-traumatic stress and post-traumatic growth. Growth following adversity. Counselling and psychotherapy. Religious beliefs and attitudes. Happiness and well-being. Positive psychology.
    +44 (0) 115 748 4619
    Education Science happines belief post traumatic stress human reactions Trauma Adversity Counselling Religion Psychology
  • Professor Tony Pridmore

    Plant phenotyping, biological image analysis, computer vision.
    +44 (0) 115 84 66510
    Food Science Technology plant science computer science 3d imaging CT scanning Image analysis 3D reconstruction visual tracking phenotyping micro-computed tomography Crops Plant phenotyping biological image analysis Computer Vision
  • Professor Steve Benford

    Mixed reality. Virtual reality. Augmented reality. Groupware. Digital art and performance
    +44 (0) 115 951 4203 , +44 (0) 115 943 1628
    Science Technology Computer Science mixed reality virtual augmented reality Groupware digital art performance
  • Professor David Brailsford

    Digital documents. Electronic publishing. Document metadata. XML and PDF technologies. Compression techniques for bitmapped documents.
    +44 (0) 115 951 4205
    Science Technology Computer Science digital documents Electronic publishing metadata PDF Bitmapped
  • Professor Derek McAuley

    Ubiquitous computing. Computer architecture. Networking. Distributed systems and operating systems. Interdisciplinary issues of ethics, identity, privacy, information policy, legislation and economics within a digital society. The risks of naive adoption of technology.
    0115 823 2553
    Science Technology Computer architecture networking operating systems Information policy
  • Dr Julie Greensmith

    Computer security and protection.
    +44 (0) 115 846 7663
    Science Technology Computer Science Security protection
  • Professor Simon Mosey

    Technology-based entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education; managing the commercial exploitation of science and technology within higher education; the development of technology-based innovations within networks.
    +44 (0)115 951 3763
    Business and economy Education Science Technology technology Entrepreneurship education Science higher education innovation
  • Dr Cath Rees

    Expertise in bacterial gene expression and gene cloning. Specific interest in the food borne pathogen Listeria monocytogenes and animal infections caused by Mycobacterium paratuberculosis and Mycobacterium bovis. Development of rapid detection methods using bacteriophage.
    +44 (0) 115 951 6167
    Science bioscience bacterial Gene cloning food pathogen infection Animal

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