Prof Simmers has published extensively in the field of amblyopia and the psychophysical assessment of visual function,
Helen is currently the Assistant Vice Principal Health and Wellbeing and Head of the Department of Podiatry and Radiography.
Dr Jacqueline McCallum is Head of the Department of Nursing and Community Health in the School of Health and Life Sciences. Jacqueline has worked in education since 2000 and joined GCU in 2005.
Dr 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.
Gunter is a qualified Optometrist and currently the Programme Lead for the Undergraduate Optometry Programme. He researches various aspects of visual perception in normal and clinical populations.
Sharron graduated from the Oswestry and North Staffordshire School of Physiotherapy in 1993. She undertook her basic rotations at the University of North Staffordshire before moving to spend two years at the Royal Brompton Hospital.
Des became a Registered Nurse too many years ago to remember and worked in a variety of clinical settings within general and psychiatric hospitals.
I originally gained qualifications in general nursing, midwifery and health visiting, and was employed in clinical practice in these areas until 2001.
Nadia qualified as an Orthoptist in 1989 from Queen’s College Glasgow with distinction.
Scott is a full-time lecturer within the Department of Social Work.
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.
I was awarded my PhD in Molecular Virology at the Department of Biological Sciences, University of Warwick before taking up a Royal Society European Fellowship at the Institute of Virology, Würzburg, Germany.
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 Professor in Neurological Rehabilitation at the School for Health and Life Sciences at GCU.