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Dr Elspeth Alstead
I am an expert in medical education.
Prof Sandra Nicholson
Undergraduate medical student teaching and admission to medical school.
Dr Jonathan Fuller
Deputy Dean For Education.
Dr Tristram Hunt
I am an intellectual and cultural historian, with a particular focus on the urban past. My initial work looked at the ideological development of Victorian civic pride - and its aesthetic and architectural representation. A focus on the history of Manchester led me to my next major project, a life of Friedrich Engels and his place within 19th century British thought. I continue to research the history of Marxism whilst pursuing new studies in the field of colonial cities. My latest book explores the history of the British Empire through its manifestation in the urban form, across both colonies and Great Britain.
Prof Philip Ogden
My research interests include demographic change and migration. I am currently working on contemporary household changes in European cities, both in suburbs and central cities; and on French rural society 1900-1950. I have also studied new migrants in London's Docklands and African-Caribbean migrants in France.
Prof Anne Cushing
My main areas of interest are communications skills and teaching, as well as staff/curriculum development. I also work on medical and dental education, using simulated patients in learning and assessment.
Prof Farida Fortune Cbe
My main research interests include oral and systemic immune related oral diseases, specifically Behcet's Disease, a rare immune disorder.
Prof Parveen Kumar
My major interest has been in coeliac disease and gut immunology. I have published widely and given talks on these topics nationally and internationally. My research involved investigating the immunogenetic mechanisms involved in the pathogenesis of coeliac disease.
Prof Christopher Roberts
Medical education, respiratory medicine
Prof Peter Alldridge
I am an expert in criminal law, comprising money laundering; criminal justice; evidence; commercial criminal law; financial aspects of crime; disability and law; information technology and law; legal education and legal theory.
Dr Dylan Morrissey
My main research interests are tendinopathy, evidence translation and the link between movement and pathology. Through my research, I aim to deliver step changes in the understanding and management of common musculoskeletal conditions. I am also passionate about paralympic sport, and was a headquarters physiotherapist for London 2012.