Helen is currently Head of the Department of Psychology, Social Work and Allied Health Sciences.
Prof Simmers has published extensively in the field of amblyopia and the psychophysical assessment of visual function,
I am the subject lead for Biomedical Science in the Department of Life Sciences.
Sharron Dolan graduated with a BSc (hons) in Developmental Biology from the University of Glasgow in 1989 and subsequently undertook a PhD in Neuroscience at the University of Stirling with Dr Peter Cahusac.
Fiona Kennedy is a Senior Lecturer in Occupational Therapy.
Louise qualified as a therapeutic radiographer in 1999 and worked clinically for ten years in large cancer centres in Scotland.
Sarah qualified as registered nurse in 1991 from Forth Valley College of Nursing and Midwifery and has worked within a variety of orthopaedic settings.
Nadia qualified as an Orthoptist in 1989 from Queen’s College Glasgow with distinction.
Dr Jacqueline McCallum is the Acting Head of Department in the School of Health and Life Sciences within the department of Nursing and Community Health. Jacqueline has worked in education since 2000 and joined GCU in 2005.
Heather Gray qualified as a physiotherapist in 1988 from Queen’s College, Glasgow.
I graduated in Biochemistry and undertook my PhD at the University of Liverpool.
Maggie has a background in neurological rehabilitation nursing and in information science, and has thirteen years’ experience of conducting stroke research.
Ben currently leads the Active Living Research Group in the Institute for Applied Health Research with a focus on the development of methods for measuring physical activity and sedentary behaviour.
Jo Booth is a Professor of Rehabilitation Nursing and a clinical academic in NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde Continence Service.
Frederike van Wijck is a Reader in Neurological Rehabilitation at the Institute for Applied Health Research and the School for Health and Life Sciences at GCU.