Potential PhD Projects:

Kirsty Kiezebrink - Kirsty is the Dean for Educational Innovation at the University and has a keen interest in research into innovative approaches to teaching and learning including assessment and feedback, in particular the use of technology to facilitate authentic assessment and effective feedback. In addition, she is also interested in exploring possible projects into the role of technology in supporting equality, inclusivity and accessibility in the higher education sector. She would welcome enquires from potential postgraduate research students (Phd, MD, PGRes etc) who would like to discuss any of these areas further. Kirsty's staff page can be found here 

Heather Morgan - Heather has substantive research interests in digital health, methodological expertise in designing, leading and delivering qualitative and mixed methods studies in applied health sciences and a pedagogical research focus on postgraduate training and employment, within and beyond universities. She would welcome enquiries from potential PhD students or taught postgraduates who wish to work with her in any of these areas. Heather's staff page can be found here

Dr Amudha Poobalan - Dr Amudha Poobalan is a medical doctor trained in India before moving to the UK to undertake her postgraduate education. Based on her student experience and transition to a new education system in a different cultural landscape, her pedagogical research mainly focusses on enhancing postgraduate learning and experience through ‘Socio-cultural Coaching to support Careers and Employability’. Her other interests are preparing ‘health professionals to work across cultures’ and ‘social accountability of education training’ programmes. Amudha's staff page can be found here