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Staff profiles

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  • Victoria Lundie

    Senior Lecturer and Programme Lead for BSc (Hons) Speech and Language Therapy

    Victoria has been a part of the SLT teaching team at BCU since 2012. She is joint course lead for BSc (Hons) Speech and Language Therapy and has specific responsibility for student experience as a part of this role.  She is part of the placements team working with two colleagues to ensure that students and placement educators...

  • Melanie Packer

    Lecturer/ Placement Coordinator in Speech and Language Therapy

    Melanie Packer has always demonstrated a keen interest in communication. After graduating from Goldsmiths’ College, University of London, in 1994, Melanie spent a number of year working for television companies based in Birmingham. In 2000, Melanie’s interest shifted from the media to human communication. By 2006, Melanie had...

  • Oonagh Reilly

    Senior Lecturer / Course Leader for Speech and Language Therapy

    Oonagh has worked as a speech and language therapist in a wide variety of settings since graduating from UCL in 1984. She is particularly interested in children’s speech sound disorders and the potential literacy difficulties which may arise from these. Oonagh is also interested in how we educate speech and language therapists...

  • Tracey Righton

    Senior Lecturer in Speech and Language Therapy (Acquired Disorders)

    Tracey returned to Birmingham City University as a Senior Lecturer in 2016, having previously lectured at BCU (University of Central England) from 1995 to 2000. She qualified as a Speech and Language Therapist in 1988, since qualification she has worked in the NHS and in independent practice and lectured as a Speech and...

  • Gillian Rudd

    Senior Lecturer and Joint Programme Lead (MSc Speech and Language Therapy)

    Gillian has extensive experience of supporting children and young people with a wide range of communication needs and additional expertise in supporting children and adults presenting with fluency disorders. She promotes a person-centred, solution-focused approach in both her teaching and practice. Gillian is actively engaged...

  • Emily Sharp

    Graduate Teaching Assistant

    Emily completed a Speech and Language Therapy degree at Birmingham City University in 2014. She has now gained a place on the University’s Graduate Teaching Assistant scheme which involves undertaking a PhD and teaching undergraduate students. Emily’s PhD is looking at the risk factors associated with voice problems in teachers...

  • Aydan Suphi

    Senior Lecturer in Speech and Language Therapy

    Aydan worked as a Speech and Language Therapist in the NHS for over 20 years, before moving to higher education in 2012. Her clinical experience includes working with children and young people with language disorders, people with complex needs, including down syndrome, and people from diverse cultural and linguistic...

  • Fiona Wilcox

    Senior Lecturer/ High Performance Team Leader

    Fiona teaches across all three years of the undergraduate Speech and Language Therapy degree programme. Most of her teaching is in the area of developmental communication needs with a particular focus on Autism Spectrum Disorders, Challenging Behaviour and Selective Mutism. Fiona also supports second and third year students on...

  • Olga Woodward

    Lecturer in Speech and Language Therapy

    Olga has been working within the paediatric speech and language therapy field since graduating from BCU in 2008.   Olga has a broad range of experience within the paediatric field; having worked in community clinics, mainstream schools, special schools and residential settings for young people with learning disabilities...

  • Dr Melissa Wright-Khan

    Senior Lecturer in Clinical Linguistics

    Melissa joined the department of Speech and Language Therapy as a Senior Lecturer in Clinical Linguistics in 2006. She is an expert in the Phonetics-Interaction interface having gained a PhD in this area from the University of York in 2005, and has published and presented her research worldwide. She has an MA in Phonetics...

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