Professor of Cognitive Psychology, Director of Research and Enterprise and Director of Postgraduate Research Studies for the School of Social Sciences
Professor Eirini Mavritsaki chose to be academic because she is passionate for research and teaching and constantly searching for more approaches that will allow her to integrate them.
Research Professor of Music
Deborah Mawer is Research Professor of Music and Associate Director of Research at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire; across 2016-19 she led a large AHRC-funded project, entitled ‘ Accenting the Classics: Durand’s Édition classique (c. 1915 - 25) as a French Prism on the Musical Past ’. She joined the Conservatoire in 2013,...
Professor of Midwifery and Maternal Health
Trixie is a dual registered midwife and nurse with over 30 years’ experience both in the UK and abroad. She started her career as a staff nurse in Accident and Emergency, then undertook aid and development projects in Angola and Kazakhstan for several years before returning to the UK. Trixie has held posts that include...
Director of the Centre for Low Carbon Research and Lead of the Bioenergy Research Group, Senior Researcher
Dr Lynsey Melville is Professor of Environmental Engineering in the Faculty of Computing Engineering and Built Environment. She leads the Biotechnology and Environmental Engineering research group whose focus is on accelerating the adoption of environmentally sustainable and commercially viable energy from biomass. Lynsey is...
Professor of Landscape Architecture
Kathryn Moore, President of the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) and Professor of Landscape Architecture at Birmingham City University has published extensively on design quality, theory, education and practice. Her book Overlooking the Visual: Demystifying the Art of Design (2010) provides the basis for...
Professor of Community Health Care Studies
Professor Joy Notter is Professor of Community Health Care at Birmingham City University. She trained as a nurse in the Nightingale Training School, St Thomas’ Hospital, London, her final post there being charge nurse in medical cardiology she then trained as a health visitor and worked in Stockwell and Brixton. She gained a...
Professor of Public Health Promotion
Prof Fatemeh Rabiee is a professor in Public Health Promotion and a registered Public Health Nutritionist with extensive experience of teaching, research, and research supervision in UK, Iran, Netherlands, Uzbekistan and other countries of economic transition. She has initiated, designed, managed and implemented a number of...
Oscar Naddermier Professor of Architecture | National Teaching Fellow
Rachel’s research explores the way in which health and wellbeing can be affected by architecture and design. She also explores ‘other' forms of architecture, specifically examining transdisciplinary architecture practices through collaborations between architecture and dance, co-design and hands-on, community-based...
Jackie Stephen-Haynes completed her RGN in 1984, specialising in orthopaedics and then, more specifically, rheumatology. Working in a rheumatology specialist unit, her interest in tissue viability began with an audit of wounds and a focus on pressure ulcer prevention. The increasing emphasis on primary care led to Jackie...
Deputy Head of School and Associate Professor
Studied architecture at Kingston and the Architectural Association. Worked in architectural practice for 10 years, public and private sector. Founded art practice / project Art in Ruins with Glyn Banks – exhibitions, published critical writing, curating, teaching. Founding Chair of association of architectural educators [aae]....