Staff directory

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  • Dr Vijayalakshmi Ahanathapillai

    Lecturer in Biomedical Engineering

    Viji received a B.Eng in Electronics and Communication Engineering (1999-2003) from Thiagarajar College of Engineering in India, and a PhD in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from the Centre for Signal and Image Processing at the University of Strathclyde (2005-2010). During her PhD research, Viji developed an automated...

  • Dr Huda Al-Kateb

    Programme Leader BSc Food and Nutrition

    Dr Al-Kateb is an experienced food and nutrition scientist with over 25 years’ experience of working in a variety of roles and initiatives in agri-food across the supply chain for academia, industry and the public health sectors. In recent years, she has developed new provisions and degree programmes in food and nutrition...

  • Dr Paul Allen

    Senior Lecturer/Subject Quality Coordinator

    I have teaching interests in Health Policy, Health Economics, Sociology of Health and Qualitative Research Methods. I teach on a range of undergraduate, professional and postgraduate health courses. Part of the team for the new BSc (Hons) Public Health. 

  • Dr Olatunde Aremu

    Health Economist & Programme Leader, Master of Public Health (MPH)

    Dr. Aremu specialises in Health Economics and Management and Population health. Dr. Aremu completed doctoral training at the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm. He has more than 15 years of experience spanning MedTech consulting, Public Health, clinical practice and academia. Dr. Aremu has held a couple of postdoctoral academic...

  • Dr Elizabeth Bailey

    Associate Professor and Director of the Elizabeth Bryan Multiple Births Centre

    Elizabeth Bailey joined BCU in February 2021 as Associate Professor and Director of the Elizabeth Bryan Multiple Births Centre. Liz became a registered Midwife in 2004 and worked clinically before developing an interest in research. Liz worked in clinical research roles before completing her Doctorate and then working as a...

  • Alistair Bardwell

    Lecturer in Radiography

    Alistair is part of the Birmingham City University (BCU) alumni having qualified in 2014 achieving a First-Class degree classification in Diagnostic Radiography. He went on to work as a Diagnostic Radiographer at New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton for over 8 years. During this time, he maintained a solid foundation in Plain...

  • Dr James Barnett

    Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences

    Dr Barnett joined BCU in 2019, and enjoys teaching on the Biomedical Sciences degree course. He is passionate about science and has had a varied career spending time working in both industry and academia. He has worked on numerous research projects investigating topics such as bacterial protein transport, metalloproteomics, and...

  • David Bignell

    Programme Lead Rehabilitation Work

    David is a qualified Rehabilitation Worker and the Programme Lead for the Foundation Degree in Rehabilitation Work (Visual Impairment), the BSc (Hons) Specialist Complex Needs Rehabilitation Work top up’ degree and the BSc (Hons) Habilitation Work Working with Children and Young People course. David studied at the Guide...

  • Dr Bisola Biobaku-Mutingwende

    Lecturer in Biomedical Engineering

    Dr. Bisola Mutingwende is Lecturer on and Deputy Course Lead for the Biomedical Engineering course within the department of Life Sciences in the Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences (HELS). As a BCU Alumni, she completed her PhD in Biomedical Engineering and Healthcare Technology and first degree in BSc. Engineering...

  • Rachel Black

    Senior Lecturer Physical Education and School Sport

    Rachel gained qualified teacher status in Physical Education in 1999, and has a wealth of experience teaching, leading and advising in a range of both primary and secondary schools in Sussex and Shropshire. Rachel has gained considerable experience teaching in Higher Education, and prior to joining the team at Birmingham City...

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