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Academic staff contacts for postgraduate courses

Academic staff contacts for postgraduate courses

To find out more about your chosen course and studying with us at postgraduate level, you can book a one-to-one chat with one of our academics. To arrange this, please use the contact details below.

Department Staff contact
Biological Sciences Dr Paul Devlin
Business and Management Dr Matthew Li
Classics Dr Zena Kamash
Comparative Literature and Culture Dr Fabrizio De Donno
Computer Science Dr Yuri Kalnishkan
Drama, Theatre and Dance Professor Jen Parker-Starbuck
Earth Sciences Dr Nathalie Grassineau
Economics Dr Philip Neary
Electronic Engineering Professor Satya Shah
English

Dr Helen Kingstone - English

Dr Matt Thorne – Creative Writing

Geography

Dr Innes Keighren - Physical

Dr Oli Mould - Human

Health Studies

Dr Mark Lee - Global Health: Food Security, Sustainability and Biodiversity

Dr Jenni Cole - All other courses 

History Professor Sarah Ansari
Information Security Professor Chris Mitchell
Languages, Literatures and Culture Dr Fabrizio De Donno
Law and Criminology

Dr Lizz Pearson - MSc Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism Studies

Dr Emily Glorney - MSc Forensic Psychology

Media Arts

Professor Julie Brown

Music Dr Fatima Lahham
Philosophy Professor Nathan Widder
Physics Dr Andrew Ho
Politics and International Relations Professor Nathan Widder
Psychology Professor Anat Bardi
Social Work Dr Rich Moth

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