Our People

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  • Professor Tim Wall

    Professor of Radio and Popular Music Studies

    Tim Wall is Professor of Radio and Popular Music Studies in the Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research. His work focuses on popular music cultures and their mediation and history, notably those around jazz, soul and reggae. He has published extensively in international journals and books, and he applies his insights...

  • Dr Andrew Walsh

    Senior Lecturer

    Andrew qualified as a mental health nurse in 1982. Before coming to BCU he worked in a range of mental health care settings such as acute mental health care and the mental health of older people. He was a ward manager, a Community Psychiatric Nurse and he also worked in primary care within South Birmingham. Andrew studied...

  • Dr Yonghao Wang

    Associate Professor

    Dr. Yonghao (Leo) Wang is an esteemed academic with over 20 years of experience in the fields of Networking and Cybersecurity, with a special focus on blockchain technology and decentralised communication systems. His expertise also extends to Digital Signal Processing (DSP) for multimedia, as well as Cloud and Edge...

  • Dr Nick Webber

    Associate Professor in Media

    Nick Webber is Director of the Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research (BCMCR). He joined the University in 2008, having previously worked in research development. Nick has a background in medieval history, and his research now focuses on (historical) game studies.

  • Dr Annalise Weckesser

    Reader in Medical Anthropology

    Annalise came to the UK in 2007 from Canada to undertake doctoral studies in Medical and Feminist Anthropology at the University of Warwick's School of Health and Social Studies. In her previous, pre-academic life, Annalise worked in community outreach in Toronto’s family resource centres (aka Sure Starts). From 2009 to 2011,...

  • Stuart Whipps

    Senior Lecturer in Photography

    I am interested in a broad definition and application of photography and the dialogue between the photographic image and object.

  • Nick White

    Course Leader

    Nick is a Senior Lecturer within the Department of Radiography at Birmingham City University and also a clinical tutor within the radiotherapy department at the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust.  Nick has worked in radiography education for 19 years, teaching on undergraduate and postgraduate courses. He is...

  • Professor Tony Whyton

    Professor of Jazz Studies

    Tony Whyton is Professor of Jazz Studies. His critically acclaimed books Jazz Icons: Heroes, Myths and the Jazz Tradition (Cambridge University Press, 2010) and Beyond A Love Supreme: John Coltrane and the Legacy of an Album (Oxford University Press, 2013) have sought to develop cross-disciplinary methods of musical...

  • Dr Anthony Wilcox

    Senior Academic

    Consultant Technologist, Faculty of Technology Innovation and Development, Birmingham City University, 2001-2010 Technical Director, Monisys Ltd., University of Central England, Birmingham, 1994-2001 Senior Lecturer, University of Central England, Birmingham, 1989-2001 Research Associate, City of Birmingham Polytechnic,...

  • Ian Williams

    Professor of Visual Computing and Head of the Digital Media Technology Lab (DMT Lab)

    Prof. Williams is Head of the Digital Media Technology Lab (DMT Lab) and leads the research strategy and vision for the Lab which encompasses the four core domains of: Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Computer Graphics and Computer Vision, Sound and Music Analysis and Broadcast Systems.  He gained his PhD from Manchester...

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