Our People

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  • Dr Helen Egan

    Reader in Health Psychology

    Helen  gained her PhD in Health Psychology, became a Research Fellow in Mental Health and then worked in the NHS before coming to BCU in 2011.

  • Dr Hora Davari Ejtehadi

    Associate Professor

    Dr Hora Ejtehadi is an Associate Professor. She studied Medicine and continued further education by completing PhD in Biomedical Science field. She joined Birmingham City University in 2004 and awarded Diploma in Higher Education in 2007. She led School of Health Sciences Enterprise for couple of years and moved on leading the...

  • Dr Martin Eley

    Associate Professor – Strategy and Management

    Martin Eley’s previous roles include Director of Marketing for Zurich International Solutions Europe and Director of Investment Business for Centrica, Financial Services (British Gas, Goldfish and AA). Martin is now Director of Executive MBA and Director of Undergraduate Leadership & Management Practice Programmes.

  • Anne-Marie England

    Senior Lecturer

    Anne-Marie has completed a dual qualification as a Register Children’s Nurse and Registered Adult Nurse. She had a varied career in adult and child nursing in acute, intensive care and high dependency settings in London and Southampton and enjoyed six months working as an Expedition Nurse for Operation Raleigh in Kenya. ...

  • Professor Nicholas Gebhardt

    Professor of Jazz and Popular Music Studies, Director of Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research

    Nick Gebhardt is Professor of Jazz and Popular Music Studies and Director of Research in the Birmingham School of Media. His work focuses on jazz and popular music in American culture and his publications include Going For Jazz: Musical Practices and American Ideology (Chicago), Vaudeville Melodies: Popular Musicians and...

  • Dr Arantza Gomez Arana

    Visiting Fellow

    Arantza enjoys engaging in academic discussions with undergraduate, postgraduate students and colleagues, through the development of critical thinking in Social Sciences.

  • Theo Reeves-Evison

    Leverhulme Early Career Fellow

    Theo Reeves-Evison is a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at Birmingham School of Art, where he is working on a funded research project entitled ‘Speculative Natures: Contemporary Art and Interventionist Ecology’. The project investigates how processes of speculation and storytelling have the capacity to organise environmental...

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