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  • Dr Panagiotis (Panos) Rentzelas

    Associate Professor in Social Psychology / Internationalisation Lead for the School of Social Sciences

    Dr Panagiotis Rentzelas  is   an  Associate Professor in Social Psychology at Birmingham City University. Prior to this appointment he was employed as Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in Social Psychology at the University of Essex and as a Policy Advisor/Scientific Officer for an international organisation.

  • Professor Martin Reynolds

    Head of the Centre for Leadership and Management Practice

    Martin is currently Head of the Centre for Leadership and Management Practice at Birmingham City Business School. His primary area of work is developing innovative corporate education programmes for companies, particularly work based models of learning. Martin was previously Dean/Pro-Vice Chancellor of business schools at...

  • Stephanie Reynolds

    Senior Teaching Fellow

    Stephanie Reynolds is a Registered General Nurse in Adult Nursing. Nursing and Midwifery Council registration also includes that of District Nurse, Nurse Prescriber and Nurse Teacher. She has experience in post qualifying professional development and pre-registration placement support, and is a fellow of the Higher Education...

  • Dr Anne Richardson Oakes

    Associate Professor and Director: Centre for American Legal Studies

    Dr Anne Richardson Oakes is an Associate Professor  in American Legal Studies in Birmingham City University's School of Law.  She currently teaches US Constitutional Law, Public Law, and Equity and Trusts.

  • Dr Anne Robbins

    Senior Lecturer, Public Health

    Anne's background is in public health and health promotion, on research based projects at a local, regional and national level. This has been within the NHS, Local Authorities, BBC and National Charities. She has undertaken a wide range of research and consultancy appointments on health promotion and public health which have...

  • Lee Roberts

    Lecturer in Nursing (Long Term Conditions)

    Lee is a registered adult nurse with a clinical background in acute nursing care. During this time, he has worked in a variety of acute medical settings and has developed specialist skills in cardiology and gastrointestinal nursing specifically. Additionally, Lee is experienced in supporting students in clinical practice, and...

  • Professor David Roberts

    Professor of English and National Teaching Fellow

    David holds degrees from the Universities of Bristol and Oxford, completing his DPhil in 1987 under the supervision of the great Shakespeare scholar Emrys Jones. He worked at both universities before emigrating to Japan, where he taught at the Universities of Kyoto and Osaka. He served as Head of English at Birmingham City...

  • Zoe Robertson

    Course Director, BA (Hons) Jewellery Design and Related Products

    Award winning jewellery artist Zoe Robertson is a practice based researcher at the School of Jewellery, Birmingham City University. Her studio is based in the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham and her work is exhibited within an international arena and images of her work are published extensively, to see more visit the exhibitions...

  • Professor Jonathan Ross

    Professor of Sexual Health and HIV

    Jonathan Ross is Professor of Sexual Health and HIV and a consultant physician at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust.  His research interests relate to gonorrhoea, Mycoplasma genitalium, HIV, bacterial vaginosis, and sexual health care service delivery.

  • 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...

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