Senior Lecturer in Criminology
Dr Adam Lynes is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology at Birmingham City University, where he has taught since 2012, covering topics from criminological theory to organised and violent crime. He has also conducted and published research focusing on a number of violent crimes - from serial murder to family annihilation.
Professor Morag MacDonald is an acknowledged expert in the fields of prisoner health, drugs and related health issues; she is also well known as a social research methodologist. She has managed and participated in a wide range of European research and development projects. Morag’s consultancy includes work for HEUNI (the...
Lecturer in Health Psychology / Deputy Director of Research for the School of Social Sciences
Dr Michael Mantzios is a Lecturer in Health Psychology at Birmingham City University, a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and is working on research projects that relate to obesity, eating behaviours, mindfulness, self-compassion and self-kindness.
Lecturer in Psychology
Dr Jason Martens joined the staff at Birmingham City University as a lecturer in Psychology in 2016. He previously taught and conducted research in Canada at the University of British Columbia and at Kwantlen Polytechnic University.
Senior Lecturer in Cognitive Psychology / Director of Research (School of Social Sciences)
Dr Eirini Mavritsaki is currently a Lecturer in Cognitive Psychology at Birmingham City University. Eirini's research interests lie in the area of cognitive psychology, more specifically visual cognition and learning using behavioural and computational modelling techniques.
Lecturer in Applied Psychology
Dr. Emma McDonald is a Chartered Psychologist and Lecturer in Applied Psychology at Birmingham City University. Her PhD was centred around the subject of Memory and Dyslexia.
Lecturer in Health Psychology
As a Lecturer in Health Psychology, with an academic background in both psychology and health sciences, Dr Helen McEwan has developed an interest in patient and healthcare professional health and behaviours.
Senior Lecturer of Sociology
Dr Denise Noble has taught media, cultural studies, sociology, African American and African Studies and social work in the UK and USA. In addition to her academic career Dr Noble has extensive experience of community activism and community work.
Dr Eugene Nulman joined the Sociology division of the School of Social Sciences at Birmingham City University in 2015. H e researched the policy outcomes of climate change activism in the UK for his PhD.
Lecturer in Criminology
Aidan O'Sullivan has been a Lecturer in Criminology at Birmingham City University since September 2016. He has taught on courses dealing with policing and investigation, hate crime, transnational organized and corporate crime and security studies.