Alex first worked within CHHS in 2009 in a part-time role, but has recently joined the team on a full-time basis as Senior Lecturer in Respiratory and Sleep Physiology. Alex has a clinical background, having worked in various NHS services in England and Wales since 1997. He has a particular interest in diagnosis and management of sleep related breathing disorders. Alex is registered with RCCP, and plays an active part in ARTP Wales; the regional professional network for respiratory and sleep physiologists. Alex has a passion for excellence in patient care, and a love of teaching.


  • SHC158 Respiratory and Sleep Physiology

    This module will introduce the clinical practice of respiratory physiology to students undertaking the BSc (Hons) Healthcare Science in the division of cardiovascular, respiratory and sleep sciences.

  • SHG3101 Managing Respiratory Conditions in Primary Care

    In this module, students will develop their knowledge and skills in the care of patients with common respiratory conditions. Assessment and management of patients with respiratory disease will be explored in the context of national guidelines and strategies and students will be given the opportunity to become competent at investigating respiratory function using spirometry.

Career History

Start Date End Date Position Held Location
2004 2017 Chief Clinical Physiologist Respiratory and Sleep Physiology Service, Singleton Hospital, ABMUHB
2009 2015 Lecturer in Respiratory and Sleep Physiology College of Human and Health Sciences, Swansea University