Open letter

Open letter to the VC, Senior Leadership and Chancellor of the University of Liverpool, Senior Leadership of the Faculty of Health & Life Sciences (FHLS), and President and Vice-President of Council 

We the undersigned academic staff of FHLS express our dismay at the proposed redundancies of 47 academic FHLS staff as part of Project Shape Phase 2 and request the leadership reconsider its action. No documentation of Project Shape Phase 2 has been seen by staff in the Faculty. We all agree that Faculty restructuring is necessary to bring our biomedical research to the next level, but the question is at what costs and for what gains, and is the compulsory redundancy of 47 of our valued colleagues the best way to go about it? In Phase 1 of Project Shape, we were told that a key aim was to “deliver world-class, research-connected teaching”. How can we achieve this if we are making some of our best Teaching and Research staff redundant?

We find the treatment of our colleagues, some of whom have served the University for 15 or more years, callous and utterly unacceptable, especially during a global pandemic when there are few opportunities for alternative employment. If this action goes ahead, it will wreak untold harm on the quality of undergraduate teaching, negatively impact our PhD students, undermine our research endeavours, destroy morale and trust, and damage the reputation of our University.

We are deeply concerned that many of the people targeted by the action work on fundamental biological and behavioural research. It is short-sighted to believe they do not have a role to play in our Faculty of Health AND Life Sciences. Many make significant contributions to teaching, both in terms of quality and quantity. They number amongst our most collegial faculty members, running technology facilities and serving on the committees that keep our departments and institutes running smoothly. We fail to understand how the activities and contributions of these colleagues can be regarded as “redundant”.

We cannot understand why the senior management team is pursuing such a catastrophic course of action without fair warning and transparent justification, and by doing so severely damaging our trust and confidence in them and the FHLS’s leadership. We wish to extend to the senior management team the courtesy of indicating where they have fallen short and urge them to draw back from the brink. Such courtesy and opportunity is thus far absent in their dealings with the 47 targeted individuals.

Some of our individual concerns are expressed here.

We provide evidence below that this action is in breach of the University’s mission: “To advance learning and ennoble life”; it fails to comply with the University’s belief that “Everyone should be treated equally and fairly”; and contravenes the Seven Principles of Public Life that the University claims to be committed to.

1. The action is in breach of the University’s mission to “advance learning and ennoble life

The University advances learning through the provision of high-quality training and tuition at undergraduate and postgraduate level.  As a consequence of the action, a large number of PhD students would be unable to complete their research projects to a satisfactory level. These students have chosen to work with a particular project supervised by a specific supervisor; the University, in offering a place to the student in the first instance is now choosing to break its commitments to the students by removing the supervisor. Apart from the detrimental effect this will have on their future careers, it is difficult to see how this is compatible with the University’s efforts to improve mental wellbeing, especially when the pandemic is already weighing so heavily on the mental health of our students.

The action will have a profound negative impact on the quality of undergraduate teaching. Many of those under threat of redundancy spend much of their time teaching undergraduates, often to the detriment of their research activities. They are excellent teachers who our students deeply appreciate and hold in the highest regard; for evidence, one needs only to look at the outstanding feedback they receive year-on-year. They have an enormous wealth of invaluable experience behind them, some having served the University for 15 or more years. The loss of these most valued colleagues would result in the decimation of quality education in our Faculty, directly contravening the University’s mission to “advance learning”. Moreover, it is expected that this action will increase the teaching burden on the rest of the Faculty, which in turn, will negatively impact their ability to do research.

2. The action contradicts the University’s belief that everyone should be treated equally and fairly

We are informed that the following criteria were used to select people for compulsory redundancy:

 –  Grant income as a comparison to Russell group averages and/or

 –  Citation scores based on an index known as the Field-weighted Citation Impact (FWCI) 

Problems relating to this inappropriate use of metrics are highlighted in an open letter addressed to the administrators of the Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA), the UK Forum for Responsible Metrics and the UK Research Integrity Office:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YZI7g6pu4OsMH6o166hx6xq8SC_53RK-/view?ts=602641c8

Assessing staff solely on the basis of quantitative metrics is never acceptable, no matter what type of metric is being used. The metrics used here, however, are particularly problematic and fail to live up to the promise of fairness and transparency:

Problems with the grant income criterion: (i) No data have been provided by the University to show in detail how these comparisons with other Russell group universities were made; (ii) From our own analysis, it appears that some of our colleagues have not been given the due credit for the research grants they have obtained. It is not clear if people have been given credit for grants where they are co-investigators. It is unacceptable for the University to conceal the data underlying their decisions on this because it makes it impossible for mistakes to be identified; (iii) There is no consideration of the value of alternative sources of external funding, which in some cases covers a significant proportion of the affected PIs’ salary and provides generous funding for cutting-edge multidisciplinary research capable of generating highly rated papers, as judged by assessment in the internal reading programme; (iv) It should also be noted that some people need little grant income to conduct their work, especially if it is not experimental in nature. This does not prevent them from making important scientific contributions; maybe such people should be congratulated for being productive on a limited budget; (v) The University has not defined what is a worthy grant. For example, it would appear that equipment grants that improve our research infrastructure were not considered despite their significant contribution to enhancing the overall research environment and hence REF return of the University.

Problems with the FWCI criterion: our analysis suggests that a significant proportion of academics in our Faculty have an FWCI that the University would regard as ‘unsatisfactory’. It thus appears that this criterion has been used as a ‘catch-all’ to justify placing anyone on the redundancy list. The FWCI is not that field specific, does not discriminate between the person’s contribution to the paper and only considers citations over a limited period. SciVal itself states that the FWCI should be used to benchmark entities such as institutes or departments and not to evaluate individuals because outliers can influence it too much in such a small dataset. In certain areas of research, even well-established, well-respected leaders in their field at the top 50 Universities worldwide have a FWCI of significantly less than 1, revealing how meaningless this metric can be. REF panels have been instructed to continue to rely on expert review as the primary means of assessing outputs, not citation data. The internal reading programme identified that some of the staff affected by the action have papers judged to be of an internationally excellent standard, representing by that measure some of “the very best research” at the University. 

Problems with the University’s policy on the responsible use of metrics: by April 2021, the University will have developed a policy on the responsible use of metrics along with an implementation plan. A draft of this policy, dated 3rd Sept 2020, indicated that “expectations, data collection and analytical processes should be open and transparent so that those being evaluated can test and verify the results. Of great concern, it appears that at some point between 3rd Sept 2020 and 3rd Dec 2020, crucial elements of the policy were removed. For instance, in the final version of the policy dated 3rd Dec 2020, the level of transparency is reduced to the following: “those being evaluated should be fully aware of how metrics will be used in their evaluation.”

Most notably, there is now no requirement for those being assessed to be able to test and verify the results. It is extremely troubling that these changes were implemented shortly before our colleagues were threatened with redundancy, because we know there are countless inaccuracies in the Scopus database from which the FWCI is derived, and in the University’s research income records. Our colleagues have been kept in the dark about how data used to assess them were obtained, and were denied the opportunity to test and verify those data. We note that the University of Manchester ensures their researchers have the opportunity to test and verify the results of any metrics-based assessments: 

https://www.manchester.ac.uk/research/environment/research-publication-metrics/

PDRs have not been taken into account: many of our 47 colleagues now under threat of redundancy have had positive PDRs in the last 12 months, in some instances being told that they should consider applying for promotion. How can it be that just a few months later they are told that they are under consideration for compulsory redundancy?

Heads of Departments kept in the dark: it appears that Heads of Departments, who are best-placed to assess the performance of our colleagues, had no input in the decision-making process surrounding the action.

Contribution to teaching not considered: all 47 colleagues are on T&R contracts, and as expected, their contributions to both teaching and research are reviewed at the annual PDR. However, it seems that when selecting staff for compulsory redundancy, their contribution to teaching was not considered. In contrast, it appears that some (but not all) administrative contributions were taken into account, with staff meeting the redundancy criteria being spared due to their administrative roles. This is grossly unfair and cannot be justified.

3. The action is in breach of the ethical standards embodied in the Seven Principles of Public Life

Like all publicly-funded bodies, the University is committed to upholding the Seven Principles of Public Life. These are as follows: Selflessness, Integrity, Objectivity, Accountability, Openness, Honesty and Leadership. From the above, it appears that FHLS’s leaders and members of the University’s senior leadership team are failing to uphold the principles of Objectivity, Openness, Honesty and Leadership, as defined by the Committee for Standards in Public Life: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/the-7-principles-of-public-life

Objectivity: FHLS leaders and members of the University’s senior leadership have acted unfairly. They have used poor and biased evidence to try and justify the compulsory redundancies of our 47 colleagues.

Openness: FHLS leaders and members of the University’s senior leadership have not acted in an open and transparent manner. In fact, the opposite is true. The raw data and derivative calculations used to generate the FWCI and grant income data are being withheld. Of great concern, shortly before announcing the redundancies, the requirement for researchers to be able to test and verify the results of any metrics-based assessment was removed from the University’s policy on the responsible use of metrics.

Honesty: FHLS leaders and members of the University’s senior leadership have frequently stated that the proposed compulsory redundancies “are based on transparent and measurable outputs”. This is demonstrably untrue, and the incessant repetition of this specious claim reflects poorly on the honesty of our leaders.

Leadership: FHLS leaders and members of the University’s senior leadership have not only failed to support the above principles, but have actively undermined them. This is a very poor reflection on their ability to lead and gain trust.

Apart from the points outlined above, a most appalling aspect about the proposed action has been the lack of common decency with which our colleagues have been treated. The abrupt manner in which this has come about, in a pandemic, will have wide-ranging and devastating effects on individuals and their families should it go ahead. In view of permanent appointment and positive PDRs, some affected staff have made life-changing decisions that can’t simply be reversed in a matter of months, whether it be purchasing a house with a sizeable mortgage, relocating their partner who then committed to a particular career path, or applying for suitable schooling for young children. In a depressed job market, staff facing compulsory dismissal will have no time to find alternative employment and risk losing their hard-won scientific careers, with irretrievable loss of reputation and capital.

We appeal to the FHLS and University Leadership to reflect on the lasting damage this redundancy exercise will do, not just to those who are targeted, but to OUR University as a whole. There must be a better way to enhance the potential of OUR Faculty than this uncaring and divisive action.

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Clinical and non-clinical academic staff within the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

Prof Patricia Murray, Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Prof Michael Begon, Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Prof Jane Hurst, Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Prof Lu-Yun Lian, Biochemistry and Systems Biology

Prof Sylvie Urbe, Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Prof Caroline Dart, Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Prof Jerry Turnbull, Biochemistry and Systems Biology

Prof Michael Clague, Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Prof Julian Pine, Director, ESRC International Centre for Language and Communicative Development (LuCiD) at the Universities of Liverpool, Manchester and Lancaster

Prof Sophie Wuerger, Professor of Vision Science, Dept of Psychology

Prof Zenobia Lewis, School of Life Sciences

Prof Jay Hinton, Clinical Infection, Microbiology & Immunology

Prof Robert Sutton, NIHR Senior Investigator, Institute of Systems, Molecular and Integrative Biology and Honorary Consultant Surgeon, Liverpool University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Prof Sarah Coupland, George Holt Chair in Pathology, Honorary Consultant Histopathologist, Molecular & Clinical Cancer Medicine

Prof Ilik Saccheri, Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Prof Kate Bennett, Psychology

Prof Francesco Falciani, Professor of Integrative Functional Genomics

Prof Rhiannon Corcoran, Primary Care and Mental Health

Prof Alan Morgan, Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Prof Harish Poptani, Molecular & Clinical Cancer Medicine

Prof Bill Paxton, Clinical Infection, Microbiology and Immunology

Prof Ben Ambridge, Psychology

Prof Andy Jones, Biochemistry and Systems Biology

Prof Daniel Rigden, Department of Biochemistry and Systems Biology      

Prof Paul Losty, Women’s and Children’s Health

Prof John Quinn, Pharmacology and Therapeutics

Prof Joseph Slupsky, Department of Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine

Prof Luminita Paraoan, Eye and Vision Sciences

Prof Mark Boyd, Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine

Prof Jonathan Cole, Professor in Psychology

Prof Fiona Rowe, Professor of Orthoptics, Health Services Research, Primary Care and Mental Health

Prof Mari Lloyd-Williams, Professor and Honorary Consultant in Palliative Medicine Academic Palliative and Supportive Care Studies Group (APSCSG), Primary Care and Mental Health

Prof Lu-Gang Yu, Professor of Glyco-oncology, Biochemistry and Systems Biology

Prof Bridget Young, Professor of Psychology, Public Health, Policy and Systems

Prof Andy Fenton, Professor of Theoretical Ecology, Evolution, Ecology & Behaviour

Prof Greg Hurst, Professor in Evolution, Ecology & Behaviour

Prof Richard Fuller, School of Medicine

Prof Barry J Campbell, Professor of Gastrointestinal Physiology, Infection Biology & Microbiomes

Prof Mark B Gabbay, Prof of General Practice, Director NIHR ARC NWC, Primary Care and Mental Health

Prof Sarah Rodgers, Professor of Health Informatics, Public Health, Policy & Systems

Prof R J Beynon (Emeritus), Centre for Proteome Research, Biochemistry and Systems Biology

Prof Philip Rudland (Emeritus), Biochemistry & Systems Biology

Prof Miren Iturriza-Gomara (Honorary),  Clinical Infection, Microbiology & Immunology

Prof Caroline Rowland, Honorary Senior Research Fellow, Psychology

Prof David Fernig, Professor of Biological Chemistry, Prof David Fernig

Prof Susanne Voelkel, Professor of Bioscience Education, School of Life Sciences

Prof Luciane Vieira de Mello, Professor of Bioscience Education, School of Life Sciences

Prof Simon Capewell, Professor of Clinical Epidemiology, Public Health, Policy & Systems

Prof Helen Sharp, Professor of Clinical Psychology, Department of Primary Care and Mental Health

Prof Louise Almond, Professor in Investigative and Forensic Psychology, Head of Postgraduate studies and CPD within the School of Psychology

Prof Alexei Tepikin, Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Prof Peter Salmon, Emeritus Professor of Clinical Psychology

Prof Aras Kadioglu, Clinical Infection, Microbiology & Immunology

Prof Martin O’Flaherty, Professor of Epidemiology,Public Health, Policy and Systems

Prof Dame Margaret Whitehead, Department of Public Health, Policy, and Systems

Prof Ciara Kierans, Professor in Social Anthropology, Public Health, Policy & Systems

Prof John Field, Professor of Molecular Oncology (Clinical), Molecular & Clinical Cancer Medicine

Prof Pauline Slade, Prof in Clinical Psychology/Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Primary Care  and Mental Health

Prof Youqiang Ke, Professor in Molecular Pathology, Molecular & Clinical Cancer Medicine

Prof Peter Kinderman, Professor of Clinical Psychology, Primary Care & Mental Health

Prof Philip Johnson, Professor of Translational Oncology, Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine

Prof Andrea Varro, Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Prof Richard E Clark, Molecular & Clinical Cancer Medicine

Prof David Edgar (Emeritus), Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Prof Raphael Levy (Honorary), Biochemistry and Systems Biology

Prof James Gallagher (Honorary), Professor in Musculoskeletal & Ageing Science

Prof Andrew Cossins (Emeritus), Professor of Animal Genomic Sciences, Biochemistry & Systems Biology

Prof Sandy McLennan (Emeritus), Professor of Biochemistry, Biochemistry & Systems Biology

Prof Mike Pearson (Honorary), Prof of Clinical Evaluation

Prof Graham Wagstaff (Emeritus), Professor of Cognitive Social Psychology, Dept of Psychology

Prof Mandy Peffers, Musculoskeletal and Ageing Science

Prof Rob Van ‘T Hof, Musculoskeletal & Ageing Science

Prof Joao Pedro De Magalhaes, Musculoskeletal and Ageing Science

Prof Anne McArdle, Musculoskeletal & Ageing Science

Prof George Bou-Gharios, Professor of Matrix biology, Musculoskeletal and Ageing Science

Prof Richard Barrett-Jolley, Musculoskeletal and Ageing Science

Prof Robin Huw Crompton, Honorary Professor of Musculoskeletal and Ageing Science

Prof Stuart Carter (Emeritus), Professor of Veterinary Pathology 

Prof Soraya Shirazi-Beechey, Infection Biology and Microbiomes

Prof Paula Williamson, Professor of Medical Statistics, Health Data Science

Prof Catrin Tudur Smith, Professor in Medical Statistics, Health Data Science

Prof John Innes, Honorary Professor of Veterinary Surgery/Musculoskeletal Science

Prof Richard Shaw, Professor of Head & Neck Surgery, Molecular & Clinical Cancer Medicine

Prof Elizabeth Perkins, William Rathbone VI Chair of Community Nursing Research, Dept Primary Care and Mental Health

Prof Ben Barr, Professor in Applied Public Health Research, Public Health, Policy & Systems

Dr Elizabeth Laird, Reader in Musculoskeletal and Ageing Science   

Dr Kris D’Aout, Senior Lecturer in Musculoskeletal and Ageing Science

Dr Karl Bates, Senior Lecturer in Musculoskeletal and Ageing Science

Dr Simon Tew, Senior Lecturer in Orthopaedic Sciences, Musculoskeletal and Ageing Science

Dr Aphrodite Vasilaki, Senior Lecturer in Musculoskeletal and Ageing Science

Dr Helen Wright, Career Development Fellow Versus Arthritis, Musculoskeletal & Ageing Science

Dr Blandine Poulet, Lecturer in Musculoskeletal & Ageing Science

Dr Ariel L Camp, BBSRC Discovery Fellow, Musculoskeletal & Ageing Science

Dr Anna Daroszewska, Clinical Sr Lecturer in Musculoskeletal Biology, Musculoskeletal & Ageing Science

Dr Dong Barraclough, Lecturer in Musculoskeletal & Ageing Science

Dr Alana Sharp, Lecturer in Anatomy, Musculoskeletal & Ageing Science

Dr Vanja Pekovic-Vaughan, Lecturer in Musculoskeletal and Ageing Science

Dr James Henstock, Tenure-Track Fellow, Musculoskeletal & Ageing Science

Dr David Wilkinson, Tenure Track Fellow in Musculoskeletal and Ageing Sciences

Dr Michael Gunther, Honorary Research Fellow, Musculoskeletal and Ageing Sciences

Dr Ben Makepeace, Reader in Infection Biology and Microbiomes

Dr Tobias Zech, Reader in Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Dr Igor Barsukov, Reader in Biomolecular NMR, Biochemistry & Systems Biology

Dr Lucy Frith, Reader in Bioethics and Social Science, Public Health, Policy and Systems

Dr Stephen Cornell, Reader in Evolution, Ecology & Behaviour

Dr Emma Boyland, Senior Lecturer in Psychology

Dr Nicholas Fallon, Lecturer in Psychology

Dr John McGarry, Senior Lecturer, Vet Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology

Dr Georgios Pollakis, Senior Lecturer, Clinical Infection, Microbiology & Immunology

Dr Siobhán O’Brien, Tenure Track Fellow, Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Dr Bettina Wilm, Senior Lecturer, Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Dr Raj Whitlock, Senior Lecturer, Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Dr Violaine See, Senior Lecturer, Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Dr Stewart Plaistow, Senior Lecturer, Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Dr Urszula McClurg, Tenure Track Research Fellow, Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Dr Marco Bertamini, Reader in Psychology

Dr David JS Montagnes, Reader in Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Dr Michael Berenbrink, Senior Lecturer in Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Dr Georg Meyer, Lecturer in Psychology

Dr Mike Cross, Senior Lecturer in Pharmacology and Therapeutics (ISMIB)

Dr Colin Bannard, Lecturer in Psychology

Dr Kate Hammond, Lecturer in the School of Life Sciences

Dr Jamie Hall, Tenure Track Fellow in Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Dr Stuart Wigby, Senior Lecturer, Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Dr Luna Centifanti, Senior Lecturer and Senior Research Tutor in Primary Care and Mental Health

Dr Abi Rose, Senior Lecturer in Psychology

Dr Jenny Hodgson, Senior Lecturer in Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Dr Rebecca Lawson, Lecturer in Psychology

Dr Heather Allison, Reader in Clinical Infection, Microbiology & Immunology

Dr Marco Siccardi, Reader in Pharmacology and Therapeutics

Dr Minna Lyons, Senior Lecturer in Psychology

Dr Alexis Makin, Lecturer in Psychology

Dr David Criddle, Senior Lecturer, Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Dr Carl Roberts, Tenure-Track Research Fellow in Psychology

Dr Zainab Hussain, School Lead for the School of Health Sciences

Dr Charlotte Hardman, Senior Lecturer in Psychology

Dr Suzanne Gage, Lecturer in Psychology – Epidemiology, Health Behaviours and Genetic Factors

Dr Paul Christiansen, Lecturer in Psychology

Dr Antonius Plagge, Lecturer, Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Dr Andrew Jones (AJJ), Lecturer in Psychology

Dr Richard Cooke, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Addiction Research Group

Dr Eric Robinson, Reader in Psychology

Dr Perrine Brusini, Lecturer in Psychology

Dr Charlotte Krahe, Lecturer in Clinical Psychology, Primary Care and Mental Health

Dr Beth Greenhill, Joint Clinical Director, Primary Care and Mental Health

Dr Freya O’Brien, Senior Lecturer in Psychology

Dr Daimark Bennett, Senior Lecturer, Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Dr Laura Soulsby, Senior Lecturer in Psychology

Dr Louise Roper, Lecturer & Programme Director of MSc Health Psychology

Dr Jill Lany, Dept of Psychology

Dr Laura Goodwin, Senior Lecturer in Epidemiology of Mental Health and Addiction

Dr Anna Chisholm, Lecturer and HCPC Registered Health Psychologist

Dr Gayle Brewer, Lecturer in Psychology

Dr Leonardo De Pascalis, Lecturer in Psychology

Dr Sonia Tucci, Senior Lecturer in Biological Psychology

Dr Sara Waring, Lecturer in Investigative and Forensic Psychology

Mr Graeme Knibb, University Teacher, Psychology

Dr Seth Barribeau, Lecturer of Eco-Immunology, Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Dr Edwin Yates, Senior Lecturer, Biochemistry and Systems Biology

Dr Nikolina Vlatkovic, Senior Lecturer, Director of PGR Studies, Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine

Dr Jakob Bro-Jorgensen, Senior Lecturer in Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Dr Dimitris Tsivilis, Senior Lecturer in Psychology

Dr Maria Limniou, Lecturer in Digital Education & Innovation, Dept of Psychology

Dr Giulia Rampone, Lecturer in Cognitive Psychology and Neuroscience, Psychology

Dr Cristina García, Tenure Track Fellow, Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Dr Natasha Savage, Lecturer in Biochemistry and Systems Biology

Dr Sharon Zytynska, BBSRC David Phillips Fellow Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Dr Warren Donnellan, Lecturer in Psychology

Dr Vicky Fallon, Lecturer in Psychology

Ms Victoria Lowers, Programme Manager, Public Health Policy and Systems

Dr Christopher Brown, Senior Lecturer in Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience

Dr Susan Giles, Lecturer in Psychology

Dr James Hartwell, Senior Lecturer in Plant Metabolism, Biochemistry & Systems Biology

Dr Steven Gillespie, Lecturer, D.Clin.Psy. Research Tutor, Primary Care and Mental Health

Dr Michelle Tornquist, Lecturer in Psychology

Dr Marie Eyre, Lecturer (Forensic group), Dept of Psychology

Dr Dean Hammond, Tenure Track Fellow, Biochemistry & Systems Biology

Dr Laura Golding, Programme Director & Schwartz Round Project Lead, Primary Care & Mental Health

Dr Daniel Canniffe, Tenure Track Fellow in Biochemistry & Systems Biology

Dr Mark Morgan, Lecturer in Molecular Physiology & Cell Signalling

Dr Andrea Flood, Senior University Clinical Teacher, Primary Care & Mental Health

Dr Jim Williams, Co-Clinical Director and Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Dept of Psychology

Dr Diarmuid Ó’Maoiléidigh, BBSRC David Phillips/Tenure Track Fellow, Biochemistry and Systems Biology

Dr Natalia Sanchez Soriano, Senior Lecturer in Molecular Physiology & Cell Signalling

Dr Aditi Kanhere, Senior Lecturer in Molecular Physiology & Cell Signalling

Dr Rachel Floyd, Lecturer in the School of Life Sciences

Dr Helen Wallace, Senior Lecturer, Women and Children’s Health

Dr Ainhoa Mielgo Iza, Senior Lecturer, Molecular & Clinical Cancer Medicine

Dr Carlos Rubbi, Lecturer in Cancer Biology, Molecular & Clinical Cancer Medicine

Dr Jonathan Bollback, Senior Lecturer in Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Dr Carl Sheridan, Senior Lecturer in Ocular Cell Transplantation, Eye and Vision Science

Dr Vicencio Oostra, Independent Research Fellow, Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Dr Kate Fleming, Senior Lecturer in Social Epidemiology, Public Health, Policy & Systems

Dr Nigel Jones, Senior Lecturer, Molecular & Physiology Cell Signalling

Dr Dan Carr, Lecturer in Pharmacology, Pharmacology and Therapeutics

Dr Nordine Helassa, BHF Research Fellow/Tenure-track Fellow, Cardiovascular & Metabolic Medicine

Dr Victoria Vass, Director of Online Studies in Psychology, Lecturer in Psychology

Dr Lekh Dahal, Lecturer in Pharmacology & Therapeutics

Dr John F. Woolley, Tenure Track Fellow in Pharmacology & Therapeutics

Dr David Turner, Tenure-Track Fellow, NC3Rs David Sainsbury Fellow, Musculoskeletal & Ageing Science

Dr Janine Coombes, Programme Director D900 Bioveterinary Science and Senior Lecturer in Infection Biology and Microbiomes

Dr Neill Liptrott, Lecturer in Pharmacology & Therapeutics

Dr Terry Gleave, Programme Director for the C130 Biological and Medical Sciences BSc(Hons) and Senior Lecturer in the School of Life Sciences

Dr Peter Fisher, Institute Director of Postgraduate Research, Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology, Primary Care and Mental Health

Dr Gundi Kiemle, Academic Director & Admissions Tutor, Primary Care & Mental Health

Dr Thomas Butts, Programme Director for BSc Anatomy and Human Biology and Senior Lecturer in Neuroanatomy, School of Life Sciences

Dr Carrie Duckworth, Lecturer, Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Dr Thomas Price, Senior Lecturer, Evolution, Ecology & Behaviour

Dr Sophie Wickham, Wellcome Trust Research Fellow, Public Health, Policy & Systems

Dr Jo Fothergill, Senior Lecturer, Clinical Infection, Microbiology & Immunology

Dr Stephen Clayton, Lecturer in Public Health, Department of Public Health, Policy and Systems

Dr Anam Elahi, Lecturer in Psychology, Institute of Population Health

Dr Triantafillos Liloglou, Senior Lecturer in Molecular Oncology, Molecular & Clinical Cancer Medicine

Dr Daniel Neill, Senior Lecturer and Sir Henry Dale fellow, Clinical Infection, Microbiology & Immunology

Dr Christodoulos Kypridemos, Senior Lecturer, Public Health, Policy & Systems

Dr Anna Fowler, Lecturer in Health Data Science

Dr Lee Haynes, Lecturer in Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Dr Katy Lobley, Senior University Clinical Tutor, Primary Care & Mental Health

Dr Ingeborg Welters, Reader & Honorary Consultant Intensive Care, Cardiovasc. & Metabolic Medicine

Dr Daniela Schlueter, Lecturer in Public Health Data Science, Public Health, Policy & Systems

Dr Philippe Chassy, Program Director of MSc in Research Methods in Psychology, School of Psychology

Dr John Lycett, lecturer, School of Life Sciences

Dr Gemma Wattret Programme Director for C500 Microbiology and Lecturer in the School of Sciences 

Dr Pedro Perez-Mancera, Senior lecturer, Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine

Dr Lynne U. Sneddon, Honorary Senior Lecturer, School of Life Sciences

Dr Girvan Burnside, Senior Lecturer, Department of Health Data Science

Dr Vicky McQuillan, Lecturer in Occupational Therapy

Dr Alec Simpson, Director MRes Biomedical Sciences and Translational Medicine, School of Life Sciences

Dr Sean Goodman,  Lecturer in School of Life Sciences  

Dr Viktoria Joynes, Director of Studies MBChB Programme, Senior Lecturer in Medical Education, School of Medicine

Dr Kazuhiro Yamamoto, Tenure Track Fellow in Musculoskeletal and Ageing Sciences

Dr Carl Larsen, Senior Lecturer, School of Life Sciences

Dr Edward Emmott, Tenure-Track Fellow, Centre for Proteome Research, Biochemistry & Systems Biology

Dr Kevin Hamill, Senior Lecturer in Eye & Vision Sciences

Dr Howbeer Muhamad Ali, Tenure-Track Fellow, Centre for Metabolics Research, Biochemistry & Systems Biology

Dr Fabia Allen, Lecturer, School of Life Sciences

Dr Manolis Papamichos Chronakis, Senior Lecturer, Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Dr Joseph Sacco, Clinical Senior Lecturer, Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine

Dr Ian Schermbrucker, Lecturer in Psychology

Dr Claire Tierney, Lecturer in the Human Anatomy Resource Centre, Education Directorate

Dr Carri Westgarth, Senior Lecturer in Human-Animal Interaction, Dept of Livestock and One Health

Dr Alistair Bond, Lecturer, Human Anatomy Resource Centre

Mrs Karin Mueller, Senior Lecturer in Reproduction & Animal Husbandry, Livestock & One Health

Dr Claire Scantlebury, Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Fellow, Department of Livestock and One Health

Dr Louise Porter, Clinical Directorate Professional Services, Eye and Vision Science

Dr Masoud Isanejad, Tenure Track Fellow Lecturer, Musculoskeletal & Ageing Science

Dr Janet Risk, Senior Lecturer, Dept Molecular & Clinical Medicine

Dr Linda Steadman, Senior Clinical Psychology Advisor, Psychological Support Service for Student Practitioners  

Mr Andrew Schache, Reader in Head & Neck Surgery, Molecular & Clinical Cancer Medicine

Dr Wahbi El-Bouri, Tenure Track Fellow, Cardiovascular & Metabolic Medicine

Dr Amy Chadwick, Lecturer, Dept of Pharmacology & Therapeutics

Dr Liam Brierley, MRC Skills Development Fellow, Department of Health Data Science

Dr Susanna Dodd, Senior Lecturer, Department of Health Data Science

Dr John Fenwick, Senior Lecturer, Molecular & Clinical Cancer Medicine

Dr Gina Pinchbeck, Reader in Veterinary Epidemiology, Livestock & One Health

Dr Helen West, Lecturer in Psychology

Dr Anne Herrmann, NC3Rs David Sainsbury Fellow, Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Dr Robert Treharne, Lecturer, School of Life Sciences

Dr David Dickens, Lecturer, Dept of Pharmacology & Therapeutics

Dr Angela Boland, LRiG Director, Health Data Science

Dr Jennifer Duncan, Senior Lecturer, Livestock & One Health

Dr Liam Dougherty, Research Fellow, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, Evolution Ecology & Behaviour

Dr Rebecca Geary, Lecturer Epidemiology and Public Health, Dept Public Health, Policy and Systems

Dr Caroline McCarthy, Academic Clinical Lecturer in Oral Medicine, School of Dentistry/Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine

Dr Peter Milner, Senior Lecturer in Equine Orthopaedics, Equine Clinical Science

Dr Victoria Kearns, Senior Lecturer, Department of Eye and Vision Science

Dr Elliott Stollar, Lecturer, School of Life Sciences

Dr Bhagteshwar Singh, Clinical Research Fellow, Clinical Infection, Microbiology and Immunology

Dr Diana Moss, Honorary Senior Lecturer, Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Dr Niall Kenneth, Lecturer, Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Dr Jenny Bowe, Senior Clinical Tutor, Department of Clinical Psychology

Dr Philip J Smith, Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer, University of Liverpool and Department of Gastroenterology, LUHFT

Total number of signatures: 271

Academic staff from Faculty of Science & Engineering, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences;  undergraduate and postgraduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and technical and professional services staff from all three Faculties at the University of Liverpool

Use of Responsible Metrics Advisory Committee (DORA); School of Environmental Sciences

Prof Simon Higgins, Department of Chemistry, University of Liverpool

Prof Andy Morse, Professor of Climate Impacts, Dept of Geography and Planning, University of Liverpool                                                                                                         

Prof Padraig McAuliffe, Law School, University of Liverpool              

Prof Sven Schewe, Head of AI Section, Computer Science

Prof Mathias Brust, Dept of Chemistry

Prof Richard Nichols, Dept of Chemistry

Prof Jose Antonio Lopez-Sanchez, Dept of Chemistry

Prof Rasmita Raval, Department of Chemistry

Prof Ivan Kozhevnikov, Department of Chemistry

Prof Nick Greeves, Department of Chemistry

Prof Larry Barham, Professor of African Archaeology, Dept of Archaeology, Classics & Egyptology

Prof Lasse Rempe, Department of Mathematical Sciences

Prof Hugh Morton, Emeritus Professor, Department of Mathematical Sciences

Prof Mary Rees, Emeritus Professor, Department of Mathematical Sciences

Dr Martin Gorbahn, Reader, Department of Mathematical Sciences

Dr Jon Woolf, Senior Lecturer, Mathematical Sciences

Dr Pavel Buividovich, Lecturer, Department of Mathematics

Dr John Claridge, Reader, Department of Chemistry 

Dr Heike Arnolds, Senior Lecturer, Dept of Chemistry

Dr Martin Volk, Senior Lecturer, Dept of Chemistry

Dr Jonathan A Green, Senior Lecturer in Marine Biology, School of Environmental Sciences

Dr Tom O McDonald, Senior Lecturer in Chemistry, School of Physical Sciences

Dr Matthew Spencer, Lecturer, School of Environmental Sciences

Dr Leonie Robinson, Senior Lecturer in Marine Biology, School of Environmental Sciences

Dr Nicola Pagani, Senior Lecturer, Mathematical Sciences

Dr Daniel Meyer, Lecturer, Department of Mathematical Sciences

Dr Rachel Jeffreys, Senior Lecturer in Marine Biology, School of Environmental Sciences

Dr Alexander Steiner, Senior Lecturer, Department of Chemistry

Dr W. David Hong, Lecturer in Chemistry, Department of Chemistry

Dr Gita Sedghi, Senior Lecturer, Department of Chemistry

Dr Kamila Zychaluk, Lecturer, Mathematical Sciences

Dr Alice Rizzardo, Lecturer, Mathematical Sciences

Dr Haifei Zhang, Senior Lecturer, Department of Chemistry, School of Physical Sciences

Dr Tom Hasell, Lecturer, Dept of Chemistry, Faculty of Science and Engineering

Dr Samantha Patrick, Senior lecturer in Marine Biology, Earth, Ocean and Ecological Sciences

Dr Nova Mieszkowska, Senior Lecturer in Marine Biology, School of Environmental Sciences

Dr Raechelle D’Sa, Senior Lecturer, School of Engineering

Dr Georgia Petridou, Senior Lecturer in Ancient Greek History, Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology

Dr Sebastian Dembski, Lecturer in Planning, Department of Geography and Planning

Dr Susha Parameswaran, Lecturer, Department of Mathematical Sciences

Dr David Schaich, Lecturer, Department of Mathematical Sciences

Dr Jack Sharkey, Technical Manager, Centre for preclinical imaging, ISMIB

Dr Luke Daniels, Chemistry, Liverpool, Research Coordinator

Dr Steven Parratt PDRA/Lecturer, Evolution, Ecology & Behaviour

Dr Konstantinos Daras, PDRA, Dept Public Health, Policy and Systems

Dr Marieke van der Zande, PDRA, Public Health Policy and Systems

Dr Olly Butters, PDRA, Public Health, Policy & Systems

Dr Thomas Wilm, PDRA,  Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Dr Frances Sherratt, PDRA in Department of Public Health, Policy and Systems

Dr Gwilym Owen, PDRA in Department of Public Health, Policy and Systems

Dr Caroline Redhead BA (Hons), LLM, Solicitor, PhD, Research Associate, Public Health, Policy & Systems

Dr Shaima Hassan, PDRA, Primary Care & Mental Health

Dr Pete Dixon, Researcher, NIHR ARC North West Coast, Public Health, Policy and Systems

Dr Suzie Rotheram, Post-doctoral research fellow, Health Protection Research Unit in GI infections Public Health, Policy and Systems

Dr James Gardiner, Research Associate in Musculoskeletal and Ageing Science

Dr Daryl Hodge, Research Assistant, Pharmacology & Therapeutics

Dr Alessandra Frau, PDRA Department of Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine

Dr Andrew Dean, PDRA, Department Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Dr Theodore Hobson, PDRA at Stephenson Institute for Renewable Energy, Dept of Physics, Faculty of  Science & Engineering

Dr Andrew Jessop, PDRA, Psychological Sciences and ESRC International LuCiD Centre

Dr Rachel Anderson de Cuevas, Research Associate, Department of Public Health, Policy and Systems

Dr Mark O’Brien, Education and Policy Evaluation 

Dr Quinn Gibson, PDRA, Department of Chemistry, Liverpool University

Dr Karen Harper, Professional Services, Ecology, Evolution & Behaviour

Dr Stamatia Papoutsopoulou, PDRA, ISMIB

Dr Valentina Barrera (Honorary PDRA) FHLS

Dr Samantha Patrick, Senior lecturer in Marine Biology, Earth, Ocean and Ecological Sciences

Dr Frances Greaney-Davies, PDRA, Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine

Dr Anna Slater, Research Fellow, Department of Chemistry

Dr Judit Fazekas, Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Psychology

Dr Rudi Verspoor PDRA Evolution, Ecology, and Behaviour

Dr Robert Fitt, PDRA, Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Dr Paul Kiddy, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Academic Related 

Dr Marie Held, Centre for Cell Imaging, Facility staff (Liv SRF, PDRA)

Dr Laura Jacques, PDRA, Clinical Infection, Microbiology and Immunology

Dr Jack Thomson, Lecturer in Marine Biology, School of Environmental Sciences

Dr Maiara Montanha, PDRA, Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics 

Dr Helen Kalirai, Senior Research Fellow, Department of Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine, ISMIB

Dr Sarah Arrowsmith, PDRA, Dept of Women’s and Children‘s Health

Dr Floriana Grasso, Lecturer in Computer Science

Dr Rui Duarte, Senior Research Fellow in Health Technology Assessment, Health and Data Science

Dr Jack Pilgrim, PDRA, Department of Livestock and One Health

Dr J. Javier Burgos-Mármol, PDRA, ISMIB

Dr Fiona Hood, PDRA, Department of Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Dr Yuliana Astuti, PDRA, ISMIB

Dr Samantha Barlow, Research Technician, Dept of Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine

Dr Janette Greenhalgh, Senior Research Fellow, Health Data Science, IPH

Dr Neil Farquhar, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Dept of Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine

Dr Ailbhe Brazel, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Dept of Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Dr Anna Coates, Research Assistant, Psychology

Dr Beth Deja, Research Associate, Department of Public Health, Policy and Systems

Dr Fiona Culhane, University Teacher, School of Environmental Sciences

Dr Gregoire Vergotte, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Psychology 

Dr Andrew V. Stachulski, Senior research fellow, Department of Chemistry

Dr Nicola Harman, Research Associate, Health Data Science

Dr Pamela Carrillo Sanchez, PDRA, Department of Chemistry

Dr Alice Howarth,  Postdoctoral research associate, Pharmacology and Therapeutics, ISMIB

Dr Joseph Leedale, Research Fellow, Dept. of Mathematical Sciences

Dr Kieran Sharkey, Reader, Mathematical Sciences

Dr Lisa Luu, PDRA, Infection Biology and Microbiomes, IVES

Dr Daniel Arribas-Bel, Senior Lecturer in Geographic Data Science, Geography & Planning

Dr Alexander Phillips, PDRA, Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics

Dr Karen Aughton, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Dept of Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine

Dr Bethan Mead, PDRA, Department of Psychology

Dr Arthur Taylor, PDRA, ISMIB 

Dr Pearse Buchanan, PDRA, Department of Earth, Ocean and Ecological Sciences

Dr Peter Hommel, Lecturer, Archaeology

Dr Philip Mayles, Visiting Professor and Clinical Scientist, Physics Dept and Clatterbridge Cancer Centre

Dr Myrto Aloumpi, Research Assistant, Department of Communication & Media

Dr Munira Raja, Lecturer, School of EEECS

Dr Elisabeth Rushworth, Lecturer, Faculty of Science and Engineering

Dr Morag Rose, Lecturer in Human Geography, School of Environmental Sciences

Dr Nikolaos Gkogkas, Lecturer, Department of Philosophy

Dr James Davies, Honorary Research Fellow, Department of Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Dr Richard Latto,  Honorary Research Fellow, Department of Psychology

Dr Marcelo Gomes, University Teacher, Department of Earth, Ocean and Ecological Sciences

Dr Peter Wilson, PDRA, Musculoskeletal & Ageing Science

Dr Dongxu Gao, PDRA, Eye & Vision Sciences

Dr Lisa Cavalerie, PDRA, IVES

Dr Iona Lyell, postgraduate, University of Liverpool

Dr Jesus Enrique Salcedo-Sora, Post-doctoral research fellow, Institute of Systems, Molecular and Integrative Biology

Mr Thomas Castling, Professional Services, Institute of Population Health

Ms Hannah Jones, Researcher, Geography and Planning, School of Environmental Sciences

Ms Louise Cooper, EU Project Manager, Clinical Infection, Microbiology & Immunology

Ms Megan Parker, Department of Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour, PhD student

Ms Hadil Saleh, PhD Student, ISMIB

Ms Anna Brown, PhD student, Psychology

Ms Claire Lister, undergraduate student university of Liverpool, Psychology

Ms Ana Muñiz-García, PhD student, Department of Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Ms Bethan Lowry, Psychology student

Ms Helen Mulholland, Research Assistant & PhD Candidate, IPH, PCMH.

Ms Niamh McCallum, PhD student, Department of Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling, FHLS

Ms Claudia Fryer, PhD student, ISMIB/ Department of Chemistry

Ms Megan Smith, PhD student, Department of Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Mr Francesco G. Barone, PhD student, Department of Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Mr Sultan Aljuraysi, PhD student, Department of Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Ms Harriet Lahiff, PhD student, Department of Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Mr Lewis Ball, School of Psychology, PhD student and demonstrator

Ms Cristi Garrett, Management Services Administrator, School of Physical Sciences

Ms Samantha Durdy, PhD student, Department of Computer Science 

Ms Hannah Sawyer, PhD student, Psychology

Mr Carl Wright, Laboratory Supervisor, Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Ms Joana Isabel Gomes Neto, ISMIB, PhD student

Ms Kelly Ross, Department of Ecology, Evolution & Behaviour, PhD student

Mrs Tanya Horne, DEEB, IVES, HLS, PhD student

Mr Joshua Mackley, Department of Chemistry, PhD student

Ms Emily Shorter, Institute of Life Course & Medical Sciences, PhD student

Ms Emma Thornton, PhD student,  Psychology

Mr Liam Pollock, PhD student, Department of Molecular Physiology and Cell Signalling

Ms Sally Oswald, PhD student, ISMIB

Mr John Bueno, MRes student, ISMIB, FHLS

Mr Sam Burton, PhD student, Psychology

Ms Sophie Alshukri, IPHS, PhD student

Ms Suzannah Tasker, PhD Student, ISMIB

Mr Bandar Alenezi, PhD student, ISMIB

Ms Rachel Harwood, Academic Clinical Fellow, ISMIB

Ms Hayley Price, PhD student, ISMIB

Mr Sahal Alotaibi, PhD student, Institute of Population Health 

Ms Shrouq Almaghrabi, PhD student, ISMIB

Ms Beth Thompson, PhD Student, Pharmacology, ISMIB

Mr Abdulrahman Aljabri, PhD student, ISMIB

Mr Meirion Raymant, ISMIB, PhD Student

Ms Luisa Silva, ISMIB, PhD student

Mr Jacob Dehinsilu, PhD student, ISMIB

Mr Xiaolei Yang, PhD student in Molecular Oncology, Molecular & Clinical Cancer Medicine

Mr Wenhao Cai, Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine, ISMIB, PhD student

Ms Lucia Moreno Laporta, PhD student, Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine

Mr Gilberto Andres Parra Rodriguez,  Master Student, School of Management 

Mr Graham Shields, ISMIB, PhD student

Ms Sarah Bell, PhD Student, ISMIB

Mr Emad Anaam, PhD student, ISMIB/Department of Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine

Ms Jolanta Tanianis-Hughes, DEEB, IVES, Research Technician

Ms Lianne Davies, ITM, CLL Biobank Technician

Ms Tamiris Borges da Silva, PhD Student, ISMIB

Ms Sahar Sabet, PhD Student, Advanced Biological Sciences, Genetics & Cancer research

Ms Anna Krowitz,PhD student, Department of Chemistry, 

Ms Keerthika Sampat, Academic Clinical Fellow/PhD, ISMIB

Mr Adam Albanese, ISMIB, PhD Student 

Ms Hazel Farthing, Department of Ecology, Evolution & Behaviour, PhD student

Ms Jessie Foest, PhD Student, Department of Geography and Planning

Mr Frèdi Langendonk, PhD student, CIMI, IVES

Ms Poppy Collins, PhD Student, Department of Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour, 

Ms Hadil Saleh, PhD student, ISMIB

Ms Ummasalma Aliyu Saulawa, PhD student, Clinical Infection, Microbiology and Immunology.

Ms Estelle Loier, PhD student, ISMIB

Mr Robert Chard, PhD Student, Department of Molecular Physiology & Cell Signalling

Ms Nitika Gupta, PhD student, ISMIB

Ms Fiona Bell, PhD Student; Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Mr Thomas Travers, PhD student, DEEB, IVES, University of Liverpool

Ms Holly Coombes, PhD Student, Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Ms Jessica Pritchard, PhD student, ISMIB

Ms Rama P Bhatia, PhD student, IVES, DEEB, FHLS

Miss Chloe Hudson, undergraduate student, School of Psychology 

Ms Bethany Blackford-Jones, student at UoL

Ms Camille Riley, PhD student, Department of Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Miss Sophie Williams, BSc Psychology Alumni

Ms Taylor-Cox, Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour, PhD student

Ms Virginia Mathieson, undergraduate student, Dept of Psychology                                                                                                                                                                             

Ms Rachel Warsaw, PhD Student, Dept of Psychology                                                                                                             

Miss Monic Gaspar, third year student in Psychology, School of Psychology  

Ms Olivia Holmes, undergraduate student in Psychology

Ms Estelle Loier, PhD student, ISMIB   

Ms Sofia Cividini, research associate, Department of Health Data Science

Miss Orla Sketchley, undergraduate student, Department of Psychology 

Mr Christian Bujia Muinos, undergraduate student, Department of Psychology 

Mr Teifion Luckett, PhD student, Department of Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine

Ms Medina Abdulla, PhD student, Department of Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine

Miss Appey Ogenyi, undergraduate student, Department of Psychology

Ms Amy Cahill, undergraduate student, Department of Psychology 

Ms Ellen Schwaller, PhD student, Department of Public Health, Policy and Systems

Mr Shakir Atoyebi, PhD Student, ISMIB 

Mr Jonathan Ward, PhD student, Department of Chemistry

Ms Katie Fahy, PhD, Public Health, Policy and Systems

Ms Hannah Doughty, PhD student, Department of Primary Care and Mental Health

Mr Sam Bannon, PhD student, Institute of Systems, Molecular and Integrative Biology

Ms Katie Fahy, PhD student, Public Health, Policy and Systems

Miss Amber Hawes, Undergraduate, Department of Psychology

Mr Lewis Gibson, Undergraduate, Department of Psychology 

Ms Mya Higginson, Undergraduate, Department of Psychology

Miss Eleanor Herrmann, Undergraduate, Department of Psychology 

Miss Riman Sahota, Undergraduate, Department of Psychology

Miss Liberty Braben, Undergraduate, Department of Psychology

Ms Miriam Steen, Undergraduate, Department of Psychology

Ms Jessica Letheren, Undergraduate, Department of Psychology

Miss Naomi Northage, PhD student, Electrical Engineering and Electronics

Mr Andrew Lloyd, Research Assistant, ISMIB

Ms Caroline Hands, PhD student, Psychology

Ms Safiya Hussain, Undergraduate, Department of Psychology

Miss Diba Jedo, Undergraduate, Department of Psychology

Ms Sandra Grañana Castillo, PhD student, Pharmacology and Therapeutics, ISMIB

Mrs Haya Althuwaini, PhD student, Psychology

Ms Rachel Quinn, PhD student, Psychology

Miss Leanne Jackson, PhD student, Psychology

Miss Louise Mercer, DClinPsy Trainee, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

Ms Kiran Riasat, PhD student, Institute of Life Course & Medical Sciences

Miss Amelia Collette, MRes student, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

Mr Thomas Gough, PhD student, Psychology

Mr Benjamin Hunt, PhD student, Psychology

Mrs Carlee Gilbert, PhD student and Demonstrator, Psychology

Mr Abdulrahman Aloufi, PhD student, Psychology

Miss Gabrielle Humphreys, PhD student, Psychology

Mr David Scott, PhD student, DEEB, IVES

Dr Garrath Leighton, PhD student, DEEB, IVES

Mrs Elfriede Derrer-Merk, PhD student, Department of Psychology, Risk Institute

Miss Danielle Hankin, undergraduate student, University of Liverpool

Miss Asmaa Al-Bayati, PhD student, ISMIB

Mr Thomas Lang,  PhD student, ISMIB

Miss Alana Seddon, Undergraduate, School of Psychology 

Miss Emily Docherty, Undergraduate, School of Psychology

Miss Rachel Verity, Undergraduate, School of Psychology

Ms Ellie Brennan, Undergraduate, School of Psychology

Miss Emma Good, Undergraduate, School of Psychology

Miss Maya Huelin, Undergraduate, School of Psychology

Miss Lotte Wilcox, Undergraduate, School of Psychology

Miss Chloe Barrett, Undergraduate, School of Psychology

Miss Martyna Adam, MSc student, School of Psychology

Ms Jessica, PhD Student, School of Psychology 

Mr John Harpur, Professional Services Administrator, Department of Chemistry

Mr Saman Naghibi, MSc, Department of Chemistry 

Miss Aine Black, PhD, Materials Science and Engineering

Mr Ross Mulhall, PDRA, Department of Chemistry 

Mr Lewis Fisher, PhD student, Clinical infection, Microbiology and Immunology

Miss Sophie Pate, PhD student, Department of Chemistry

Mr Oliver Rogan, PhD, Department of Chemistry

Miss Semra Worrall, Undergraduate, School of Psychology

Ms Harriet Makin, PhD student, Department of Psychology

Mr Sean Taylor, PhD Student, School of Physical Sciences

Miss Maria Odagiu, PhD student, Department of Chemistry

Mr Chung Liu, PhD Student, Department of Chemistry

Mr Henry Morris, PhD, Department of Chemistry

Miss Emma Cartledge, PhD student, Department of Ecology, Evolution & Behaviour, IVES

Mr Benjamin Egleston, PhD Student, Department of Chemistry

Miss Veenu Gupta, PhD student, Department of Primary Care and Mental health

Mr Daniel Cheung, PhD student, Department of Chemistry, Stephenson Institute for Renewable Energy

Miss Ottilie Fairhurst, Undergraduate, Department of Psychology

Miss Eleanor Godwin , PhD researcher, School of Law and Social Justice

Miss Kholoud Alwashmi, PhD student, Dept of Psychology, Neuroimaging

Miss Sherrin Gotru, PhD student, Institute of Life Course and Medical Sciences

Ms Anna Kirby, undergraduate, University of Liverpool 

Miss Laura Boland, undergraduate, Department of Psychology

Miss Roxanne Parry, Undergraduate, Department of Psychology 

Mr Joseph Wallace, PhD student, ISMIB

Ms Anna Head, PhD student, Department of Public Health, Policy & Systems

Ms Patrycja Roszkowska, PhD student, Department of Chemistry

Mr Sam Wilkinson, Undergraduate, Department of Psychology

Miss Nicole Simms, PhD student, ISMIB

Miss Lauren Main, PhD student, ISMIB

Miss Suad Alghamdi, PhD student, ISMIB

Ms Rachael Bland, PhD student, ISMIB

Miss Ella Vogel, Undergraduate, Department of Psychology

Mr Joshua Anson undergraduate, Department of psychology, School of Health and Life Sciences

Miss Lauren Devin, Professional Services, Department of Psychology

Miss K Lawlor, Professional Services, Department of Psychology

Miss Amal Abdulkadir, Professional Services, Health and Life Sciences

Miss Jessica Harrop, Alumni   

Ms Naïma Saadi, PhD Student, School of Engineering & School of Physical Sciences

Mr Tobias Bunday, PhD Student, Dept of Pharmacology, ISMIB

Mrs Kate Goodheart, Project Administrator, ISMIB

Ms Paula McLaughlin, PhD Student, University of Liverpool

Miss Holly Barron, Undergraduate, Department of Psychology

Miss Katie Ahmed, PhD student, ISMIB

Miss Chrysa Koukorava, PhD student, ISMIB

Miss Rebecca Russell, Undergraduate, psychology department

Mr Aidan Gallagher, Undergraduate, Politics

Mr Max Cadogan, Undergraduate, Genetics

Miss Hannah Pollard, Undergraduate, Psychology

Mr Thomas Staniforth, Undergraduate, School of Life Sciences

Mr Liam J Peters, Undergraduate, School of Life Sciences

Miss Faye Baldwin, Undergraduate, Human Physiology

Mr Daniel Harris, Undergraduate, School of Life Sciences

Miss Victoria Horler, Undergraduate, School of Life Sciences

Miss Charlotte Pitt, Undergraduate, School of Life Sciences

Miss Alice Ibbotson, Undergraduate, Genetics

Ms Sadie McGrane, Undergraduate, School of Life Sciences

Miss Daisy Clark, Undergraduate, School of Life Sciences

Ms Catrin Pickering, Undergraduate, School of Life Sciences

Mr Joseph Carr, Undergraduate, School of Life Sciences

Miss Meghan L Hill, Undergraduate, Biological Sciences

Miss Anastasija Podkujko, Undergraduate, Psychology

Mr Jid Purohoo, PhD student, ISMIB

Miss Aleena Siby, Undergraduate, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

Mr Matthew Broadbent, PhD student, Department of Chemistry

Miss Ceri Evans, MBiolSci student, School of Life Science 

Miss Xiaolei Yang, PhD student, Molecular Oncology, Molecular & Clinical Cancer Medicine

Mr Tony Cearns, PhD student, Philosophy

Ms Moneerah Alshammari, PhD student, Department of Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine

Mr Mark Platt, PhD student, ISMIB

Mr Max Dresler, Undergraduate, Department of Architecture 

Miss Alice Newbould, Undergraduate, Earth, Ocean and Ecological Sciences

Mr Peter Coombes, Undergraduate, Earth, Ocean and Ecological Sciences

Ms Katherine Thomas, undergraduate, School of Life Sciences

Miss Sophie Boulton, undergraduate, School of Life Sciences

Miss Hannah Anwar, undergraduate, School of Life Sciences

Miss Sarah Jones, undergraduate, School of Life Sciences

Mr James Moss, undergraduate, School of Life Sciences

Mr Alex Kirby, undergraduate, School of Life Sciences

Miss Estella Colman, undergraduate, School of Life Sciences

Miss Claudia Oglesby, undergraduate, Department of Psychology

Mr Callum Smith, undergraduate, Pharmacology, Life Sciences, University of Liverpool

Miss Lucy Dunn, undergraduate, University of Liverpool

Miss Gemma Baldock, undergraduate, School of Life Sciences

Mr Ben Royle, undergraduate, Department of Politics, University of Liverpool

Mr Marcus Sinclair, undergraduate, Department of Psychology

Ms Amy Mook, Undergraduate, Department of Psychology

Miss LeTaja McKenzie, undergraduate, Department of Psychology

Miss Amna Hussain, undergraduate, School of Life Sciences

Miss Hannah Kinvig, Research Assistant, Pharmacology and Therapeutics, ISMIB

Miss Iona Bogle, undergraduate, Department of Psychology

Ms Molly O’Kell, undergraduate, Department of Psychology

Mr Matthew Adkins, MRes student, ISMIB

Miss Laura Boote, undergraduate student, Department of Psychology

Miss Gabriela Kostrzanowska, undergraduate, School of Life Sciences

Mr Chris Armitage, undergraduate student, Genetics, School of Life Sciences

Miss Anna Williamson, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Madison Sait, undergraduate student, Marine Biology

Miss Bryony Eltham, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Ellie Gregory, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Chris Carmichael, undergraduate student, Zoology

Mr Sam Whitehead, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Matthew Simm, undergraduate student, Zoology

Miss Tafwauli Ngoma, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Wojciech Rozniewski, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Isabelle Hurdle, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Daisy Brooklyn Collins, undergraduate student, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

Miss Emma McCraith, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Federico Foti, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Rebecca Bogan, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Dimka Boeva, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Isobel Mason, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Leon Swift, undergraduate student, Bioveterinary Science

Miss Freya Devine, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Francesca Wragg, undergraduate student, Bioveterinary Science

Miss Chloe Flitton, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Georgia Metcalfe, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Ms Rebecca Court, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Rebecca Arnold, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Emma Jackson, undergraduate student, School of Medicine

Mr Calum Fernie, undergraduate student, Mechanical Engineering

Miss Eleanor Ocock, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Charles Biggs, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Michael Tseung, MRes student, ISMIB, FHLS

Miss Lucy Stoker, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Millison Bassett, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Agata Lipska, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Lewis Wafer, bio-veterinary student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Eva Basnett, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Milo Henderson, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Ellada Lardi, biological sciences student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Amy Mulholland, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Louis Walsh, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Ms Alice Cairns, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Isla Yarrow, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Cameron Appleyard, undergraduate stuent, School of Life Sciences

Emily Aitken, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Jasmine Murphy, undergraduate student, Department of Archaeology, Classics & Egyptology

Miss Eloise Bryans, undergraduate student, Department of Archaeology, Classics & Egyptology

Ms Jennifer Stagg, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Ewan Eve, zoology student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Jenna Swallow, zoology student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Alice Walton, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Niamh Mainstone, zoology student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Emilie Harrison, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Olivia Roberts, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Stephen Blackburn, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Benjamin Smith, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Tiffany Miller, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Callum Smyth, undergraduate student, School of Veterinary Sciences, FHLS

Miss Orla Renton, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Charlotte Fryday, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Jack Vasey, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Sofia Callow, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Ashley Stayman Collin, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Sigourney Cooper, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Hannah Choi, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Ella Evans Puttick, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mx Charlie Chrysanthemum Watkin, Institute of Systems, Molecular and Integrative Biology student

Miss Nora-Lisa Neumann, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Ms Kathryn Atkins, undergraduate student, Anatomy

Miss Emily Baldwin, undergraduate student, Anatomy and Human biology, School of Life Sciences

Miss Eleanor Cannell, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Megan Ferson, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Rowan Varley, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Lea Sanders, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Hannah Morris, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Sophie Whan, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Lawrence Hill, MSc student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Rebecca Brown, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Ms Eloise Radley, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Heather Matthews, undergraduate student, Earth, Ocean and Ecological Sciences

Miss Abigail Clark, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Joseph Rees, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Connor Lord, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Emily Harries, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Sarah Chipchase, undergraduate student, Biological Sciences, School of Life Sciences

Miss Rebecca Jones, undergraduate student, Zoology (2nd yr), School of Life Sciences

Miss Ella Hatch, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Megan Kerridge, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Jack Unsworth, undergraduate student, School of Veterinary Sciences, FHLS

Miss Sarah Chipchase, undergraduate student, Biological Sciences, School of Life Sciences

Miss Carys Guest, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Harry Glanvill-Ford, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Jaimie Smithson, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Tajal Karadia, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Isabella Marsaldn, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Jared Davies, undergraduate student, School of Environmental Sciences

Mr Thomas James Gill, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Rebecca Furlong, undergraduate student, Department of Psychology

Miss Samrat Khan, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Isobel Hutchinson, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Irene Burke, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Georgia Robinson, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Rupali Sanyal, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Ms Nia Oldfield, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Jessica Downes, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Hannah Dougherty, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Katie Murphy, undergraduate student, Department of Psychology

Miss Heidy Puusepp, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Maddie Greenway, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Lyn Hughes, Professional Services staff

Ms Demi Longworth, undergraduate student

Miss Evie Bamford, undergraduate student, Psychology

Miss Evie Cowell, undergraduate student

Miss Lillie Burke, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Tom Euers, undergraduate student, Department of Psychology

Miss Jade Murray, undergraduate student, Department of Psychology

Ms Laura Douglas, undergraduate student

Mr, Ben Townsend, undergraduate student

Mr Adam Douglas, undergraduate student

Miss Monic Haspar, Final year undergraduate student, School of Psychology

Mr Elijah Zaccheuis, undergraduate student

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Ms Kellen Budiary, undergraduate student

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Ms Grace Smith, undergraduate student

Miss Amy Hill, undergraduate, School of Life Sciences

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Miss Yee Yan Leong, undergraduate student, Biological and Medical Sciences, School of Life Sciences

Miss Eve Self, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Martyna Wowra, undergraduate student, Environmental Sciences

Miss Leanne Santos, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Maria Murray, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Ms, Eve Merrall, PhD student, Department of Earth, Ocean and Ecological Sciences

Li Qing, undergraduate student, Genetics, School of Life Sciences

Miss Eve Charlton, undergraduate student, Department of Psychology

Miss Nadine Burcher, MSc student, Department of Psychology

Miss Eleanor Dodd, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Lauren Alldus, undergraduate student, School of Psychology

Miss Joanne Day, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Bess Conway, MSc student, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, University of Liverpool

Miss Athea Ashley, undergraduate student, School of Medicine

Miss Rachel Prout, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Mr Kevin Donovan, Continuing Education student

Miss Finli O’Donoghue, undergraduate student, School of Psychology

Mr Adem Ozkurt, undergraduate student, Biological Sciences, School of Life Sciences

Mr Christopher Pickering, undergraduate student, School of Psychology

Mr Andrew Brown, PhD student, Mathematical Sciences

Mr Ashfaq Ahmed, undergraduate student, School of Medicine

Miss Charlotte Menzies, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

Miss Amy Finlay, PhD student, School of Psychology

Mr Lawrence Smith, graduate, University of Liverpool

Miss Ella Yusaf, undergraduate student, School of Life Sciences

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Prof Galina Paramei, Department of Psychology, Liverpool Hope University

Prof E. Irene Brennan, Emeritus Professor European Integration Studies, Dept. Of Politics, University of Westminster

Prof Anthony Dickinson, Emeritus Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge

Prof Dr Michael Herzog, EPFL, Switzerland

Prof Sarah Atkinson, Health researcher / concerned sponsor of potential UG, Institute of Medical Humanities, Durham University

Prof Krasimir Vasilev, University of South Australia

Prof Desmond J. Smith, David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA

Prof David H Foster, Professor of Vision Systems, University of Manchester

Prof Adi Armoni, Swansea University

Dr Tobias Wang, PhD, R, Professor, Department of Biology, Aarhus University

Dr Julian Holstein, Junior Professor, University of Hamburg

Dr Peter Kellett, Senior Lecturer (rtd), School of Architecture Planning and Landscape, Newcastle 

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Dr Andrew Knight, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Medical Sciences, Newcastle University

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Dr Cora Uhlemann, Lecturer, School of Mathematics, Statistics & Physics, Newcastle University

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Dr Fujita Health University, Assistant Professor at Fujita Health University

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Helen Allwood, LuCiD Centre Manager, School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health, University of Manchester

Dr Danielle Matthews, Reader,  University of Sheffield

Dr Kirsten Abbot-Smith, Reader in Developmental Psychology, University of Kent

Dr Christopher Vaughan, Reader in History, LJMU

Dr Alissa Ferry, Lecturer in Language and Communicative Development, University of Manchester

Dr Tim Rudd, Group Manager NMR, National Institute for Biological Standards and Control

Dr. Katherine Twomey, Lecturer, University of Manchester

Dr Rebecca Frost, Research Scientist, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

Dr Amy Bidgood, Lecturer in Developmental Psychology, University of Salford

Dr Greg Keenan, Lecturer, University of Salford 

Dr Anna Kristina Hultgren, UKRI Future Leaders Fellow, The Open University

Dr James LaCourse, Senior Lecturer, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

Dr Peter Wilmshurst, Consultant cardiologist, University Hospital of North Midlands

Dr Zara Bergstrom, Senior Lecturer, University of Kent

Dr Sharon Coen, Senior Lecturer, University of Salford

Dr Virginie Mournetas, Postdoc, Université de Grenoble Alpes, France

Dr Ashley Weinberg, Senior Lecturer, Salford University

Dr Daniel Schillereff, Lecturer, King’s College London

Dr Daniel Mietchen, Senior Scientist, School of Data Science, University of Virginia, United States

Dr Morag Lewis, Postdoc, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, King’s College London

Dr Juliana Alves da Silva, Associate Professor, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais

Dr Sinead English, Senior Research Fellow, University of Bristol

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Dr Julia Day, Associate Professor, Genetics, Evolution and Environment, University College London

Dr Elena Cornejo Castro, Scientist, Frederick National Laboratory For Cancer Research, Maryland, USA

Dr Finbarr Hayes, Reader (retired), Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health, University of Manchester

Dr Joanna Lorek, Alumni from University of Liverpool

Dr Harriet Allen, Associate Prof, Psychology, University of Nottingham

Dr Martine Hamann, Associate Professor of Neurosciences, Dept Neurosciences, Psychology and 

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Dr Samantha Brown, Lecturer, University Tuebingen

Dr Piyush Pushkar, PhD candidate, University of Manchester

Dr Tom Sutherland, Posdoc, Faculdade de Ciencias, Universidade de Lisboa

Dr Andrew Baker, Honorary Senior Research Fellow, University of Glasgow

Dr Peter Hohenstein, Associate Professor, Dept. Human Genetics, Leiden University Medical Centre, Leiden, the Netherlands

Dr Guillaume Costalat, Associate Professor, University of Picardie Jules Verne (France)

Dr Donna Brown, Senior Lecturer, Royal Holloway, University of London

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Dr Lesley Doyle, Clinical Psychologist, alumnun of Newcastle, Glasgow and Edinburgh

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Dr Adrian Glover, Merit Researcher, Natural History Museum, London

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Dr Jennifer Logue, Reader, Lancaster Medical School

Dr Pedro Pinto, Lab Lead (former visiting PhD student – Universty of Liverpool), Dept of Urology, University Medical Center, Greifswald, Germany

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Miss Katie Muchan, Scientist, UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology

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Ms Amber Copeland, PhD student, Psychology, University of Sheffield

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Mr William Royle, Technician, PhD student, University of Salford

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Ms Hollie Cooke, MSc student, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, King’s College London

Miss Elizabeth Buimer, PhD student, Psychiatry, UMC Utrecht, The Netherlands

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Miss Jessica Lee , Trainee Associate Practitioner Psychologist, Department of Clinical Psychology, UCLan 

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Ms Angela Jackson, Senior Research Associate, Biochemistry & Microbiology Dept, University of Victoria

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Miss Reagan Pearce, PhD student, Geography, Social Science and Humanities, University College London 

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Mr Ed Hixson, Life Sciences Department, University of Hull

Miss Isabelle Meeks, undergraduate student, Biological Sciences, The Royal Veterinary College

Miss Isobel Jones, undergraduate student, Royal Holloway, University of London

Miss Jena Mitchell, undergraduate student, College of Social sciences, University of Derby

Ms Robyn Mooney, Teaching Assistant, Criminology, University of Manchester, & Psychology, Edge Hill University

Mr Muzammil Khomusi, undergraduate student, Department of Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour, School of Biological Sciences, University of Leicester

Ms Meg Bishop, MRes student, Institute of Geography, University of Edinburgh

Mr William Fowler, Alumnus (BSc Hons Mathematics), University of Liverpool

Mr Robert Sanders, Construction Projects Manager, Sheffield Hallam University

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