Al Jump, Ecology

Impacts of environmental changes from global to local scales and collaborations that reach into all forested continents of the globe
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Fiona Millar, Research and Innovation Services

Research Development Officer supporting pre-award lifecycle of research funding with research interests in the sociology of work and management of precarious careers
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Sandra Engstrom, Social Work

Eco/green social work, including social work and natural disaster recovery / preparedness, social work and climate change / sustainability and eco therapy 
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Tony Robertson, Social Epidemiology and Public Health

Socioeconomic inequalities and the impact on physiology and health; grassroots approaches to tackling health inequalities
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Sonia Rey Planellas, Animal Behaviour and Welfare

Stress coping styles and how this affects multiple aspects of life history: development, cognition, learning, fitness and survival
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Jen Dickie, Energy Geography

Interaction between people and the environment with a specific interest in how informal networks of people and resources confer or disrupt stability in vulnerable communities
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Claudio Rocha 
Sport Management

Legacies of sport mega-events hosted by developing nations and international sport consumption behaviour
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Lena Dominelli, Social Work

Green social work approach to disasters which includes consideration of the physical environment, built infrastructures and human well-being as integral to any social work intervention
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Gemma Robinson, English Studies

Cultural production responding to sudden, forced and diasporic displacements of peoples. I work with writers, artists and organisations in Guyana, Trinidad and India
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Ash Ward, Health Sciences

Men’s health, cancer, pregnancy loss, Delphi technique and health system development and adaptation

Niall Hamilton-Smith, Criminology

How organisations conceptualise, measure and negotiate risks including examining security governance and risk management associated with sporting mega events
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Keri Davies , Marketing and Retail

Blends experience in geography, computing science and marketing, with a specific interest in the catalysts for change in supply lines and networks that extreme events represent
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Dalene Swanson, Education and Social Science

(Post)critical, socio-political and arts based perspectives and practices in Education and Society. Committed to indigenous and decolonial thinking and justice-oriented eco-social alternatives to development
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Ian Simpson , Geography and Environmental Sciences

Soil and sediment formations as Anthropocene indicators and historical narratives defining resource utilisation and management by early societies together with their landscape consequences
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Pete Coffee, Sports Psychology

Helping people to think adaptively – Adaptive Thinking – the lens through which we view events and situations that shape cognitions, emotions, and behaviours
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Hannah Grayson
French and Francophone Studies

Textual responses to crisis and violence, in fiction and testimony from sub-Saharan Africa. Particular interest in how notions of coping, recovery and resourcefulness are explored in cultural production
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Heather Price, Environmental Geography

Environmental pollution and public health, with a focus on co-designing research with the public, participatory methods and citizen science
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Carlos Loureiro, Physical Geography

Dynamics of ocean and coastal systems in a changing climate, with a focus on storm hazards and impacts on natural and developed coasts
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