Skip to content

The team is responsible for the organisation and delivery of a wide range of postgraduate and undergraduate degrees. We also help students on a number of different courses to learn about the humanities, ethics, law, global health and statistics. 

Who we are 

We are a group of clinical and non-clinical academics with expertise in the humanities, ethics, law, global health, and statistics. The team is led by Dr Carwyn Rhys Hooper. The other team members are Dr Ayesha Ahmad, Dr Rehana Iqbal, Dr John Spicer, Mr Steve Mannion, Dr Anna Pacholczyk, Dr Philip Sedgwick and Dr Richard Alderslade. 

What we do

Our primary responsibility is to organise and deliver a suite of postgraduate courses that focus on global health, ethics, law and the humanities. We also play an integral role in organising and delivering a number of undergraduate courses such as the intercalated BSc in Medical Ethics and Law and the intercalated BSc in Global Health. In addition, we aim to enable students on a variety of different courses, including the MBBS course and the BSc Biomedical Science course, to learn about global health, ethics, law,  humanities and statistics. Each team member is also an active researcher and we supervise undergraduate and postgraduate students undertaking research projects within our areas of expertise.

Find a profileSearch by A-Z