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  • Dr Kate Thomson

    Associate Professor

    Dr Kate Thomson is Director of Postgraduate Research Degrees for Health and leads on all aspects of recruitment, oversight and student experience for PhD (Health) . She is also a member of the Public Health & Therapies department.  Kate completed her postgraduate study at the University of Birmingham with a PhD on learning...

  • John Thwaites

    Head of Keyboard

    Professor John Thwaites is best known for his collaborative work with strings and as a founder member of the Primrose Piano Quartet. The Primrose have commissioned and recorded important new work by Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, Anthony Payne, Sally Beamish, Steve Goss and John Casken, and have recorded the earlier twentieth...

  • Dr Tatiana Tkacukova

    Senior Lecturer and MA English Linguistics Course Director

    Dr Tatiana Tkacukova is Senior Lecturer in English Language at Birmingham City University. Tatiana’s interdisciplinary research focuses on the language of the law and courtroom discourse with a specific interest on the interplay between legal and lay communication styles in courtroom settings. Her research contributes to...

  • Matt Tromans

    Deputy Course Leader MA Visual Communication

    An experienced and dynamic creative producer, director and writer with major international feature film credits and a strong track record in critically acclaimed and commercially successful cinema. Matt has worked as a producer in Europe and America, he has an extensive knowledge of film and related industries.

  • Dr Serena Trowbridge

    Reader in Victorian Literature

    Dr. Serena Trowbridge read English and Art History at King's College London, followed by an MA in textual studies at the University of Birmingham. Her PhD, entitled 'Christina Rossetti's Fractured Gothic', was completed at Birmingham City University in 2010, supervised by Professor Fiona Robertson. Her monograph Christina...

  • Loukia Tsaprouni

    Research Director for the School of Health Sciences

    Loukia Tsaprouni is a Reader in Health with interests in the areas of Genomics and Epigenetics of common diseases, complex traits aiming at the discovery of molecular origins of human disease, and the development of novel diagnostic and intervention strategies. She completed her PhD and Post-Doctoral qualifications at Imperial...

  • Alison Turnbull

    Senior Lecturer

    Alison Turnbull completed her first degree at the University of Leicester and went on to qualify as a solicitor in private practice, working with the firm Eversheds. She joined Birmingham City University in 1989.

  • Dr. Jerome Turner

    Lecturer

    Jerome joined BCMCR in 2012, as Research Assistant on the AHRC-funded project Community, Media and the Creative Citizen. His work there focused on hyperlocal publishing, and he completed his PhD study of hyperlocal Facebook audiences in 2018. Since 2015 he has worked on various research projects, and is also involved in the...

  • Nathalie Turville

    Senior Lecturer - Child Nursing

    Nathalie Turville is a Senior Lecturer within the Department for Children and Young People’s Health at Birmingham City University. Nathalie qualified as a Children’s Nurse in 1991 and specialised in neonatal cardiology and surgery. She joined the University in 2001 and has taught on and coordinated a number of modules...

  • Dr Ozlem Ulgen

    Reader in International Law and Ethics

    Dr Ozlem Ulgen is Reader in International Law and Ethics in the School of Law. She holds a PhD from the University of Nottingham and her research interests lie in the area of regulation of artificial intelligence and robotics.

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