Lecturer in Social Psychology
Dr. Keeley Abbott is a Lecturer in Social Psychology at Birmingham City University, where she teaches critical psychology, gender & sexualities, and qualitative research.
Dr Silvio Aldrovandi is a Lecturer in Psychology interested in the role of memory in judgment and decision-making. He completed a PhD in experimental psychology at City University London and then spent 3 years at the University of Warwick as a post-doctoral research fellow.
Associate Professor in Sociology
Kehinde was previously a lecturer in Working with Children, Young People and Families; and Criminology at Newman University. He completed his PhD in Sociology and Cultural Studies entitled 'Back to Black: Black radicalism and the Black supplementary school movement' at the University of Birmingham. In 2013, Kehinde published...
Associate Professor and Deputy Director of the Centre for Applied Criminology
Imran's areas of expertise are based around the impact of Islamophobia and the effects of counter-terrorism. As well as being a regular face in the media, Imran is a government advisor for the Cross-Government Working Group on Anti-Muslim Hatred.
Lecturer in Criminology and Security Studies and Admissions Tutor
John Bahadur Lamb has been a member of staff at Birmingham City University since 2010, first in a part time capacity and then full time from January 2013. In 2014, he was nominated for Extra Mile awards at Birmingham City University for his teaching.
Lecturer in Psychology
Dr Stacey Bedwell is a lecturer in Psychology. Her background is in neuroscience, and her main research interests are in the human prefrontal cortex and associated complex high order functions. Specific interests include complex prefrontal networks, decision making and planning behaviours.
Senior Lecturer in Social Psychology
After completing her BSc in psychology in 2006 at the University of Southampton, Elle Boag was awarded both the school of psychology prize and the BPS prize for best dissertation in the Wessex region. Subsequently, she continued onto an MSc in research methods in psychology which she completed in 2007.
Research Fellow in Psychology
Dr Emma Bridger completed her undergraduate studies (BSc in Psychology) and PhD in cognitive electrophysiology of memory at Cardiff University before taking a postdoctoral position at the Experimental Neuropsychology Unit at Saarland University, Germany in 2010.
MSc Forensic Psychology Programme Director
Professor Michael Brookes OBE was formerly Director of Therapeutic Communities at HMP Grendon where for eleven years he was the clinical lead within this accredited therapeutic community prison. He was responsible for the effective delivery of therapy.
Melindy Brown is working as a Research Assistant in the Social Research and Evaluation Unit that is based within the School of Social Sciences. The unit looks at multiple topics, such as vulnerable groups, prisoner health and Higher Education. In addition, Melindy is completing her PhD that focuses on the support within the...