Environmental & Occupational Health Research Staff

Staff within this theme focus on clinical and basic science research around the topic of environmental health and physical wellbeing.

Select a staff member for details.

  • Katherine Burgess

    Katherine Burgess

    Academic Team Leader - Sport and Exercise Science/Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Science  

  • Andrew Lamb

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    Dr Lamb is a reader in Microbiology at the School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences. His key research area is in the development and evaluation of novel antimicrobial agents and he has extensive experience in the field of bacteriology.  

  • Kerr Matthews

    Kerr Matthews

    Dr Matthews is a lecturer in Pharmaceutics at the School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences. His key research interests lie in drug delivery and formulation science, polymer science and its application in the pharmaceutical industry and wound healing.  

  • Noelle O’Driscoll

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    Dr O’Driscoll is a lecturer at the School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences.  

  • Paul Swinton

    Paul Swinton

    Lecturer in Applied Sport & Exercise Science  

  • Colin Thompson

    Colin Thompsom

    Dr Thompson is a lecturer in Surface Chemistry and Drug Delivery and Research Degrees Coordinator at the School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences. His research interests lie in the areas of polymer-drug conjugates, Drug micro- and nano-encapsulation, Polyelectrolyte delivery systems and Oral protein delivery.  

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    1. 13, December, 2017 Positive leadership is needed to improve healthcare safety

      Professor Derek Stewart

      There are serious concerns around medication error internationally, and a newly completed international study has identified positive leadership and increasing engagement as being key to improving matters.  

    2. 12, April, 2016 Researchers tackle public protection issues with police, health and social care professionals

      Public protection research

      Researchers in Scotland have highlighted the need for greater collaboration between agencies to enhance public protection and the safety of vulnerable adults and those at risk of harm.