Research staff

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  • Dr Athfar Akhtar

    Senior Lecturer in Applied Psychology

    Prior to coming to BCU, Athfah Akhtar was a researcher working alongside clinicians in primary and secondary mental health services for 7 years. Her PhD was on an area within occupational psychology, specifically well-being in Trainee Teachers.

  • Dr Kathrina Connabeer

    Lecturer in Psychology, MSc Health Psychology Course Director

    Dr Kathrina Connabeer  teaches on a number of modules on the BSc Psychology and MSc Health psychology course at BCU. She thoroughly enjoys interacting with students through using real life case studies, practical examples and more generally chooses a hands-on approach to her teaching.

  • Dr Helen Egan

    Reader in Health Psychology

    Helen  gained her PhD in Health Psychology, became a Research Fellow in Mental Health and then worked in the NHS before coming to BCU in 2011.

  • Sophie Gregory

    Course Director - Criminology, Policing & Investigation, and Security Studies

    Sophie Gregory graduated in 2011 with a First Class Honours Degree in Criminology. She was then awarded the Howard League Bursary, from the charitable penal reform organisation, to study towards her Master’s in Criminology and has been working in the Department of Criminology and Sociology at Birmingham City University since...

  • Dr Angela Hewett

    Senior Lecturer in Health Psychology

    Dr Angela Hewett specialises in health psychology and has a keen interest in gender and health and in health inequalities. Angela has also worked in public health at both Birmingham City University and the University of Liverpool.

  • Misba Hussain

    Lecturer in Psychology

    Misba Hussain began her journey at Birmingham City University by studying a BSc (Hons) in Psychology. After graduating, she progressed onto working towards her PhD. Misba’s PhD is related to obesity, and she is currently conducting several experiments on promoting healthier eating behaviours.

  • 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. 

  • Dr Atiya Kamal

    Senior Lecturer in Health Psychology

    Atiya has taught health psychology for several years across a number of different modules at undergraduate and post-graduate level and had a leading role in developing the BPS accredited MSc Health Psychology programme at Birmingham City University.

  • Dr Natalie Kelly

    Lecturer in Psychology; Co-Course Director, MSc Psychology

    Natalie's  research focuses on visual perception and attention, and how such processes are affected by factors such as healthy ageing and atypical neurological development (ASD, ADHD).

  • Dr Rebecca Keyte

    Lecturer in Health Psychology; Deputy Course Lead (BSc Psychology with Criminology and with Sociology).

    Being an academic allows Rebecca to follow her passion for research alongside enthusing the next generation of undergraduates with a love for Psychology!

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