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Debbie Fionn Barr


PhD Student fionnbad@uni.coventry.ac.uk
Indian dance and cultural identity, the movement between tradition and modernity in Indian dance practice.

Pamela M. Kato, EdM, PhD


Professor of Serious Games, Director of Studies   pkato@cad.coventry.ac.uk
Prof. Pamela Kato is an internationally recognized expert on serious games. She received her masters in Counseling and Consulting Psychology from Harvard University and her Ph.D. in Psychology from Stanford University.

Obiora Gideon Okechukuwu


PhD Student   okechuko@uni.coventry.ac.uk
Obiora is currently a full-time PhD student at the Centre for Business in Society, and his research focuses on evaluating the impact of inward foreign direct investment on export performance.

Professor Cathy Bennett

Contact for systematic reviews, evidence-based medicine and social policy | Email: ab9383@coventry.ac.uk

Dr. Hetty Blades

Contact for dance and technology, analytic philosophy, documentation and archiving, dance scoring methodologies and dissemination of choreographic process | Email: ac1417@coventry.ac.uk

Dr. Eline Kieft

Contact for qualitative research methodologies (ethnography, hermeneutics, phenomenology), dance, healing, empowerment and spirituality, implementation and improvement science within health care and change facilitation | Email: Eline.Kieft@coventry.ac.uk

Dr. Michael St John Warne

Contact for sources, transport and effects of pollutants; pesticides; pharmaceuticals; endocrine disrupting chemicals; environmental quality guidelines and ecological risk assessment | Email: michael.warne@coventry.ac.uk | Phone: (office) +44 (0) 24776 51677 and (mobile) +44 (0) 75574 25411

Rebecca Beech

Contact for consumer behaviour, impact of new media technologies, green brand consumption, brand strategy/management and contemporary issues in marketing | Email: beechr@uni.coventry.ac.uk 

Dr. Muhammad Kashif Khan

Contact for fatigue, cyclic plasticity, residual stresses, modelling and simulations, fatigue and fracture mechanics, residual stress analysis, nanomechanics | Email: ac1291@coventry.ac.uk

James Bartlett

Contact for the differences in attentional bias between nicotine dependent and non-dependent smokers | Email: bartle16@uni.coventry.ac.uk

Kyle J. Messick


PhD Student   messickk@uni.coventry.ac.uk
Kyle J. Messick graduated with a Master of Arts degree in social psychology from Ball State University following his undergraduate career in psychology at Indiana University South Bend.

Kirsty Hall

Visiting Researcher k.m.hall@bham.ac.uk
Contact for Brain imaging and brain imaging analysis.

Siobhan Davies


Artist Researcher: Senior Research Fellow siobhan.davies@coventry.ac.uk
Siobhan Davies is a renowned British choreographer who rose to prominence in the 1970s. By 2002 Davies moved away from the traditional theatre circuit and started making work for gallery spaces and other sites.

Libby Carter


PhD Student carter25@uni.coventry.ac.uk
Libby started at Coventry University in 2011 undertaking her undergraduate degree in Event Management, graduating with a 1st class BA (Hons) in 2014. After this she continued onto an MSc Event Management graduating with Distinction in 2015.

Dr. James Adie


Lecturer in Psychology   james.adie@coventry.ac.uk
Jim joined the School of Psychological, Social and Behavioural Sciences at Coventry University in June 2013. Prior to this he worked in the departments of Psychology and Health Sciences at Liverpool Hope University (2009-2013).

Mairi Mulvenna


PhD Student   fmulvennm@uni.coventry.ac.uk
Mairi completed her undergraduate degree in Sport Science at St. Mary’s University, graduating in July 2013 and successfully secured a place to continue her studies there on the MSc Applied Sport Psychology programme, graduating in March 2015.

Neslihan Ozfaris

Wider research team

Research Assistant   neslihan.ozfaris@coventry.ac.uk
Neslihan Ozfaris is a research assistant at CTPSR. Her research interests focus on the role of women and youth in conflict transformation and peacebuilding.

Ehab Qouteshat


PhD student qouteshe@uni.coventry.ac.uk
Contact for third party arbitration, international business law, international commercial law, conventions and regulations and national statutes

Dr. Leon Shpanin


Lecturer in Aerospace, Electrical / Electronic Engineering leon.shpanin@coventry.ac.uk
Dr. Leon Shpanin joined the Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Computing, School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Automotive Engineering at Coventry University in March 2016.

Claire Ridge

PhD Student ridgec@uni.coventry.ac.uk
Dance based research.

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