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Research staff

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  • Professor Craig Jackson

    Professor of Occupational Health Psychology

    As Professor of Occupational Health Psychology, Craig Jackson is interested in the effect of workplaces and working on people’s health and psychological wellbeing. He is also the Head of the Psychology department.

  • Dr Rahul Jalil

    Visiting Fellow in Forensic Psychology

    Dr Rahul Jalil is a Senior Researcher at Ministry of Justice, UK. and a Chartered Psychologist. He is a Visiting Fellow (formerly Lecturer) in Forensic Psychology. Prior to joining Birmingham City University, Rahul had worked in secure settings: Her Majesty’s Prison Service (HMPS) and the National Health Service (NHS).

  • David Kane

    Senior Research Fellow

    David Kane discovered his passion for research while studying for his BA at UCE and was fortunate to secure a position in a research department following graduation.

  • Craig Kelly

    Lecturer in Criminology

    Craig Kelly is a Lecturer in  Criminology at Birmingham City University, where he has taught since 2018, covering topics such as transnational organised and corporate crime, crime in its historical and political context and beyond statistics.

  • Dr Adam Lynes

    Senior Lecturer in Criminology

    Dr Adam Lynes  is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology  at Birmingham City University, where he has taught since 2012, covering topics such as criminological theory, homicide, and transnational organised and corporate crime.

  • Professor Morag MacDonald

    Director, SREU

    Professor Morag MacDonald  started her research career due to her concern about prisoners who were HIV positive in UK prisons. Becoming an academic allowed her to research the subject and provided a position from which to contribute to policy making in this area.

  • Dr Aidan O'Sullivan

    Lecturer in Criminology

    Ever since  his  first sociology lecture at the age of 18 in University College of Cork, Dr Aidan O'Sullivan has always wanted to be a lecturer and researcher on the most pressing issues facing societies across the globe.

  • Dr Sarah Pemberton

    Associate Professor in Criminology, Acting Head of Department for Criminology and Sociology

    Having initially studied Social Policy as an undergraduate Sarah became immersed in the study of the social world, this served as the foundation for an unrelenting interest in social research which she pursues to this day. 

  • Dr Chrisa Pornari

    Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology, MSc in Forensic Psychology Deputy Programme Director

    Dr Chrisa Pornari ’s decision to become an academic was driven by a desire to share her knowledge and passion about the field of Forensic Psychology, and to work alongside young people, supporting them in their academic journey.

  • Jay Rowe

    Doctoral researcher

    Jay's research topic is 'Understanding Changing Voter Attitudes and Perceptions toward Brexit', with respondents drawn from across the social spectrum. This is in order to gain insight into the broad range of views concerning Brexit.

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