Staff directory

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  • Dr Christel de Bruijn

    Senior Lecturer and Lead for Research Development

    Christel studied Speech Technology at the University of Utrecht in The Netherlands (old style 4-year ‘doctoral’, equivalent to Master), after which she undertook PhD research at the University of Sheffield on acoustic and perceptual parameters of voice during prolonged speaking. In 2003 she joined the Department of Speech and...

  • Dr Philip Dee

    Education facilitator / AP(E)L advisor

    Philip joined the PDD in 2006 as an APEL Advisor and Education Facilitator (providing Numeracy and Academic skills). In recent years this has evolved to include statistical support in quantitative research with staff and with the teaching in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. His professional background is as a...

  • Lesley Ann Docherty

    Senior Lecturer

    Lesley Ann qualified in 2001 from UCE and worked at Selly Oak Hospital and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital until joining the University in 2014. She worked in the Stroke Unit and supported patients in the Burns Unit and ITU. Lesley Ann currently holds an honorary contract at a local NHS hospital.

  • Elaine Duddy

    Senior Lecturer

    Category: Personal Tutor of the Year More about Extra Mile Elaine is a senior lecturer on the BSc (Hons) Speech and Language Therapy degree. Her area of specialisation is cleft palate.

  • Dr Patricia Fell

    Associate Professor & School Quality Enhancement lead

    Dr Patricia Fell is an Associate Professor in Learning and Teaching and School Quality Enhancement Lead within the School of Health Sciences, based in our Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences. Working alongside other members of the School’s management team, Patricia is responsible for ensuring programmes delivered...

  • Juliette Gaunt

    Placement Coordinator / Senior Lecturer

    Qualified Speech and Language Therapist with professional registration and HCPC licence. Clinical specialism paediatric dysphagia and professional practice. Specialist interest in preparation for practice and wider professionalism teaching in healthcare. Passion for working with High Achieving Students and developing the...

  • Dr Martin Goldberg

    Lecturer in Clinical Microbiology

    After completing his degree in Bacteriology and Genetics at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, he worked for several years as a Biomedical Scientist in the large microbiology labs at Leicester Royal Infirmary. During this time, he became a Fellow of the Institute of Biomedical Sciences. Martin then moved to the Genetics...

  • Lewis Gough

    Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Science

    Lewis has extensive experience delivering learning material to both undergraduates and postgraduate students, primarily in physiology and nutrition. Lewis has also completed a PGCert in Higher Education and is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Lewis has published multiple high-quality research outputs in...

  • James Graveson

    Programme Leader for the BSc (Hons) Paramedic Science

    After gaining his initial foundation degree (distinction) in Paramedic Studies at Liverpool John Moore’s University in 2011, James began practicing as a registered Paramedic with the North West Ambulance. Since then he has practiced extensively in both rural and urban environments in one of the busiest trusts in the UK. In...

  • David Gray

    Professor of Wound Study

    David Gray graduated as Registered Nurse in 1989 from Foresterhill College, Aberdeen (now Robert Gordon University) and with a Postgraduate Diploma in Wound Healing and Tissue Repair from Cardiff University, in 2010. His interest in tissue viability began in 1986 when, as a first ward student nurse, he developed blisters on...

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