Professor of Pain Science
Jon Raphael is a NHS Consultant with a research interest in pain. He founded the Pain Research Group in September 2007. Jon is joint-head of the pain Masters' programme.
Martyn graduated with a physics degree and started his career at British Aerospace. After several changes of department and the completion of an M.Sc. in Digital Systems he settled in the software department, designing real-time software for weapon systems. After eight years Martyn left British Aerospace to take up a...
Professor in Interdisciplinary Environmental Research
Mark graduated in 1997 and 1999 with a BSc (Hons) Tropical Environmental Science and an MSc Agroforestry from the University of Aberdeen. He then received his Post Graduate Certificate in Learning & Teaching in Higher Education in 2004 and his PhD in 2005 from the University of Leeds. Since then, Mark has played a leadership...
Emeritus Professor of English Language and Linguistics
Antoinette Renouf holds degrees from the Universities of East Anglia and Essex. Her research interests include lexis and lexical semantics, with particular focus on the relationship between textual word patterning and meaning; and automated text analysis for application in document retrieval and knowledge management. She is...
Lecturer in Social Psychology
Dr Panagiotis Rentzelas’ teaching experience of health psychology stems from his long-term interest in applying quantitative social psychology research into health-related policy making. He is especially interested in investigating the role of culture on the efficiency of a psychological intervention.
Head of the Centre for Leadership and Management Practice
Martin is currently Head of the Centre for Leadership and Management Practice at Birmingham City Business School. His primary area of work is developing innovative corporate education programmes for companies, particularly work based models of learning. Martin was previously Dean/Pro-Vice Chancellor of business schools at...
Senior Teaching Fellow
Stephanie Reynolds is a Senior Teaching Fellow within the School of Nursing and Midwifery , based in our Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences . She is a registered general nurse and district nurse prescriber, with a background in professional development and student placement support. She is passionate about...
Associate Professor and Director: Centre for American Legal Studies
Anne Richardson Oakes is a Reader in American Legal Studies in Birmingham City University's School of Law. She currently teaches US Constitutional Law, Public Law, and Equity and Trusts.
Senior Lecturer, Public Health
Anne's background is in public health and health promotion, on research based projects at a local, regional and national level. This has been within the NHS, Local Authorities, BBC and National Charities. She has undertaken a wide range of research and consultancy appointments on health promotion and public health which have...
Lecturer in Nursing (Long Term Conditions)
Lee is a registered adult nurse with a clinical background in acute nursing care. During this time, he has worked in a variety of acute medical settings and has developed specialist skills in cardiology and gastrointestinal nursing specifically. Additionally, Lee is experienced in supporting students in clinical practice, and...