Our Staff

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  • Professor Michael Brookes OBE

    MSc Forensic Psychology Programme Director

    Professor Michael Brookes OBE was formerly Director of Therapeutic Communities at HMP Grendon where for eleven years he was the clinical lead within this accredited therapeutic community prison. He was responsible for the effective delivery of therapy.

  • Melindy Brown

    Research Assistant in Criminology

    Melindy Brown is working as a Research Assistant in the Social Research and Evaluation Unit that is based within the School of Social Sciences. The unit looks at multiple topics, such as vulnerable groups, prisoner health and Higher Education. In addition, Melindy is completing her PhD that focuses on the support within the...

  • Dr Kyle Brown

    Lecturer in Applied Psychology

    Kyle is an experimental psychologist with a primary focus on the role of health-related cognitions and biases in the appraisal of (pro and anti) health messages, produced by alcohol companies and the government respectively.

  • Dr Pelham Carter

    Senior Lecturer in Cyberpsychology

    Dr Pelham Carter has been a lecturer at BCU since October 2015. He is currently the acting programme director for the GradDip in Psychology and the upcoming MSc in Psychology. He is also the module leader for Cognitive Psychology, and contribute to Cyberpsychology, Research Methods and cyber related content for the MSc Forensic...

  • Professor John Clibbens

    Emeritus Professor

    John Clibbens has held a series of academic and managerial positions in Universities, as well as working in the NHS for a number of years.  He has served on a wide range of regional, national and international bodies, and has supervised a substantial number of PhD students to completion.

  • Dr Amy Cook

    Senior Lecturer in Cognitive Psychology

    Based in the Division of Psychology, Dr Amy Cook’s research focuses on poor comprehenders among children -  children who show significant impairments in their reading comprehension despite having age-appropriate reading accuracy.

  • Dr Emily Coyne-Umfreville

    Lecturer in Applied Psychology

    Before joining Birmingham City University, Dr Emily  Coyne-Umfreville taught Psychology at Nottingham Trent University. Prior to this she worked as a research fellow at Nottingham Trent University on a project examining the use of personalised learning in the classroom through the use of ICT.

  • Andrew Dixon

    Senior Lecturer

    Andrew  Dixon  teaches at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels in the School of Social Sciences. He is presently the Erasmus (study abroad) tutor for the School.

  • Dr Deborah Earnshaw

    Lecturer in Psychology

    Dr Deborah Earnshaw has been studying psychology since 2009, and has so far acquired two degrees (BSc. (Hons) in 2012, Master of Research in 2015), and is currently in the final stages of the PhD candidacy (2018), all from the University of Derby.

  • Dr Helen Egan

    Lecturer in Health Psychology

    Dr Helen Egan was part of a team working with NIMHE (National Institute for Mental Health) involved in developing and evaluating the Primary Care Mental Health Worker role in the West Midlands. She has worked in the NHS developing patient engagement strategies and evaluating the quality of services.

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