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Research Assistant, Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience
PhD Student| firstname.lastname@example.org Indian dance and cultural identity, the movement between tradition and modernity in Indian dance practice.
PhD student| email@example.com Exploring disruptive technologies in the motorsport sector.
Contact for systematic reviews, evidence-based medicine and social policy | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Professor, Centre for Dance Research
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
Senior Lecturer in Corpus Linguistics and Stylistics| email@example.com School of Humanities
PhD Student| firstname.lastname@example.org Contact for brand-building, strategy development, consumer behaviour and consumer brand relationships
Professor in Ecotoxicology and Water Quality, Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience
Contact for consumer behaviour, impact of new media technologies, green brand consumption, brand strategy/management and contemporary issues in marketing | Email: email@example.com
Assistant Professor, Institute for Future Transport and Cities
Contact for the differences in attentional bias between nicotine dependent and non-dependent smokers | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact for quantum cognition, language, vision and attention | Email: email@example.com | Phone: +44 (0) 24776 59520
PhD Student | firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
PhD Student| email@example.com 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.
Research Assistant | firstname.lastname@example.org Neslihan Ozfaris is a research assistant at CTPSR. Her research interests focus on the role of women and youth in conflict transformation and peacebuilding.
Research Fellow, Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations
Associate Professor, Centre for Dance Research
PhD Student | email@example.com Emilie Gallier is a choreographer (PØST Cie) and a researcher (PhD Candidate, C-DaRE Coventry University). Her work explores the writing and the reading of movement together with questions of spectatorship.
PhD Student| firstname.lastname@example.org Contact for intertexuality and choreographic action.