Professor Ceri Phillips is Acting Head of the College of Human and Health Sciences.
His interests include health economics, health policy, healthcare systems, pain management, chronic conditions, and public health.
Professor Mark Blagrove is the Deputy Head of College (Research).
His interests include sleep, memory consolidation during sleep, aetiology of nightmares, relationship between dream content and waking life, and possible functions of sleep and dreaming.
Jane Thomas is Deputy Head of College (Learning and Teaching and Professional Practice).
Her specialist subjects include academic affairs and professional issues, learning and teaching, public health, health promotion. She has recently been awarded a Higher Education Academy National Teaching Fellowship.
John Davies is Associate Head of College (Business and Finance).
He has worked in the health and education public sector in a variety of business and financial management roles.
Dr John Gammon is Deputy Head of College (Academic and Organisational Development).
His specialist subjects include governance in the NHS and infection control practice.
Gail Mooney is the Director of Study (Postgraduate) and Associate Dean.
She has considerable experience in programme development and expertise in work based learning. She is also an editorial board member of the Nursing Times, sits on the University's Postgraduate Taught Masters Executive Board and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Dr Jaynie Rance is the Director of Study (Research).
Her specialist subjects include health psychology; lifestyle behaviour change; chronic condition management; and health services research and evaluation.
Megan Rosser is the Director for Study (Non Professional Undergraduate Programmes).
Her specialist subjects include palliative care and bereavement care.
Dr Pauline Griffiths is the Director of Study (Undergraduate Pre-Qualifying) and Associate Dean (Undergraduate Students).
Her specialist subjects include acute medical admissions units, acute medicine, experiences of first year paramedic students, research ethics, qualitative research, ethnography, nursing, and paramedic science. Pauline is a member of the University's Undergraduate Student Academic Board Executive and is also a member of several other university committees, including the Regulations Standards and Quality Committee (RQSC) and the Collaborative Provision Committee (CPC) .