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  Dr Anne Haase
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in Exercise, Nutrition and Health, Centre for Exercise, Nutrition and Health Sciences
Areas of expertise: Anne's research interests focus on theoretical approaches to lifestyle behaviour change in adolescents and adults, ranging...
Keywords: health psychology | physical activity and eating behaviour change | depression | eating disorders | body image | anxiety
 
  Dr Angela Hague
Post(s): Senior Teaching Fellow, School of Oral & Dental Sciences
Areas of expertise: The focus of our work is on understanding tissue homeostasis in the normal oral epithelium and developing strategies for...
Keywords: apoptosis | oral cancer | differentiation | cellular motility | Bag-1 | cyclooxygenase-2
 
  Professor Gill Hague
Post(s): Emeritus Professor, School for Policy Studies
Areas of expertise: I am the Director of the Violence Against Women Research Group, School for Policy Studies, University of Bristol. We conduct...
Keywords: violence against women | domestic violence
 
  Dr Shelley Hales
Post(s): Research Fellow in Classics & Ancient History, Department of Classics & Ancient History
Senior Lecturer, Department of Classics & Ancient History
Areas of expertise: I have two main areas of research interest that cross the disciplines of Classics, Art History and Archaeology. The first...
Keywords: art | Roman world | domestic art | architecture | Aphrodite | Dionysos | commemorative art
 
  Professor Andrew Halestrap
Post(s): Professor of Biochemistry, School of Biochemistry
Areas of expertise: The regulation of metabolism, especially mitochondrial. The role of mitochondria in cell death, especially of the heart...
Keywords: mitochondria | heart | ischaemia / reperfusion injury | metabolism | lactate | transport | cell death | biochemistry
 
  Professor Stephen Halford
Post(s): Emeritus Professor, School of Biochemistry
Areas of expertise: I focus on type II restriction endonucleases which require two copies of their recognition site in order to cleave DNA. These...
Keywords: endonuclease | restriction/modification | enzyme kinetics | DNA-protein interaction | DNA structure
 
  Dr Amanda Hall
Post(s): Research Fellow in Social and Community Medicine, School of Social and Community Medicine
Areas of expertise: I worked on the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (ALSPAC) at Bristol University (2000 to 2005) and I am the...
Keywords: paediatric audiology | effect of hearing on child development
 
  Dr David Hall
Post(s): Research Fellow, School of Clinical Sciences
Areas of expertise: I am Head of Nuclear Medicine Physics in the Department of Medical Physics and Bioengineering in UH Bristol. I studied...
Keywords: nuclear medicine physics | medical physics & bioengineering
 
  Dr Debbora Hall
Post(s): Research Assistant, School of Experimental Psychology
Areas of expertise: My main interests are working memory and short-term memory, particularly the processes and strategies which support working...
Keywords: working memory | short-term memory | working memory performance | rhythm & language | development of working memory | educational achievement
 
  Professor Stephen Hallett
Post(s): Professor in Composite Structures, Department of Aerospace Engineering
Areas of expertise: I am a member of the Aerospace Composites research group. My principal research interests are listed below. - Notched...
Keywords: aerospace composites | aerospace | notched damage | composite materials | impact damage mechanisms | composites | composite fatigue
 
  Dr Maija Halonen-Akatwijuka
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in Economics, Department of Economics
Areas of expertise: I am interested in the theory of the firm, public organisations and humanitarian aid.
Keywords: theory of the firm | public organisations | humanitarian aid
 
  Dr William Hamilton
Post(s): Visiting Fellow, School of Social and Community Medicine
Areas of expertise: My research is mainly on issues of primary care diagnosis, particularly cancer. I am studying the early symptoms of cancer,...
Keywords: primary care diagnosis | cancer | colorectal cancer | ovarian cancers
 
  Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield
Post(s): Professor in Diabetes and Metabolic Endocrinology, School of Clinical Sciences
Areas of expertise: My research interests are in childhood diabetes, obesity and metabolism. I am a practising paediatrician at the Royal Hospital...
Keywords: childhood diabetes | obesity | childhood metabolism
 
  Dr Chrissy Hammond
Post(s): Research Fellow, School of Physiology and Pharmacology
Areas of expertise: Osteoarthritis is a disease characterised by loss of joint cartilage. By gaining a better understanding of the process by...
Keywords: zebrafish | osteoarthritis | development | bones | cartilage
 
  Professor Dawei Han
Post(s): Professor of Hydroinformatics, Department of Civil Engineering
Areas of expertise: I am interested in the assessment of flood risk and drought risk (with the related research topics in ungauged catchment,...
Keywords: hydroinformatics | forecasting | remote sensing | hydroecology | systems engineering
 
  Professor Jules Hancox
Post(s): Professor of Cardiac Electrophysiology, School of Physiology and Pharmacology
Areas of expertise: I am interested in elucidating the function of small membrane proteins (ion channels and exchangers) responsible for generating...
Keywords: arrhythmia | antiarrhythmic | electrophysiology | atrioventricular node | QT-interval | drug induced arrhythmia | pacemaking | pharmacology
 
  Dr Jonathan Hanley
Post(s): Senior Lecturer, School of Biochemistry
Areas of expertise: Learning and memory involves changes in the molecular machinery of synapses. AMPA receptors (AMPARs) mediate the majority...
Keywords: trafficking | dendritic spine | synapse | synaptic transmission | actin cytoskeleton | PICK1 | AMPA receptor
 
  Dr Simon Hanna
Post(s): Reader in Physics, School of Physics
Areas of expertise: My primary research interest is the physics of holographic optical tweezers and their applications in nanoscience. My...
Keywords: computer simulation | physics of holographic optical tweezers | molecular nanophysics | molecular nanostructures | soft matter
 
  Professor John Hannay
Post(s): Professor of Physics, School of Physics
Areas of expertise: I do groundwork theoretical physics, mostly in optics and classical mechanics and quantum mechanics, but with recent excursions...
Keywords: theoretical physics | optics | classical mechanics | quantum mechanics | electrodynamics | thermodynamics
 
  Dr Sion Hannuna
Post(s): Research Assistant, Department of Computer Science
Areas of expertise: I am a member of the Visual Information Laboratory research group. Visual Information Laboratory currently represents a grouping...
Keywords: computer vision
 
  Dr Steven Harper
Post(s): Senior Clinical Lecturer, School of Physiology and Pharmacology
Areas of expertise: I am a Consultant Nephrologist at Southmead hospital.
Keywords: microvascular research laboratories | nephrology
 
  Dr John Harris
Post(s): Visiting Fellow, School of Mathematics
Areas of expertise: Probability theory; applications of stochastic processes; branching processes; links between branching diffusions and non-linear...
Keywords: probability theory | stochastic processes | branching processes | links between branching diffusions and non-linear PDEs
 
  Professor Richard Harris
Post(s): Professor of Quantitative Social Geography, School of Geographical Sciences
Areas of expertise: Social statistics, measuring segregation and inequality, the social geography of the UK, school choice.
Keywords: social, economic and political geography | socio-spatial inequalities | spatial statistics | geodemographics | segregation | education
 
  Dr Andrew Harrison
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Areas of expertise: Rapid development of models / simulations of dynamic systems / processes including printing equipment, centreless grinding,...
Keywords: automatic control | dynamics | machine process modelling | Matlab Simulink | biomechanics
 
  Professor Richard Harrison
Post(s): Emeritus Professor, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology
Areas of expertise: I study later European Prehistory, especially that of Spain, Portugal and western and central Europe, and began with an enthusiasm...
Keywords: European prehistory | Bell Beakers | Bronze Age | pastoralism | Palaeo-economics | Horse-Raising
 
  Mr Tim Harrison
Post(s): Bristol ChemLabS School Teacher Fellow, School of Chemistry
Areas of expertise: I direct Bristol ChemLabS Outreach which engages around 30,000 students and teachers per year in a wide variety fo outreach...
Keywords: Chemistry Outreach | Practical Chemistry Demonstration Training | Bristol ChemLabS Science Communicator in Residence
 
  Professor Susan Harrow
Post(s): Ashley Watkins Chair in French Language and Literature, Department of French
Areas of expertise: My research interests lie in the later-nineteenth and twentieth centuries, especially poetry and the novel with a particular...
Keywords: French literature | visual culture | literary modernism | Zola | French culture
 
  Professor Jeremy Harvey
Post(s): Professor in Chemistry, School of Chemistry
Areas of expertise: My main activities are teaching physical and theoretical chemistry, and, with my research group and collaborators, carrying...
Keywords: theoretical chemistry | physical chemistry | computational chemistry | chemical reactivity | organic chemistry | atmospheric chemistry
 
  Reverend Dr Peter Hatton
Post(s): Teacher, Department of Religion and Theology
Areas of expertise: The wisdom literature of the Old Testament (chiefly the books of Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and Job) deal with huge areas of...
Keywords: wisdom | management | environment | Old Testament | banking | neo-Paganism
 
  Ms Kate Hawkey
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in Education (History), Graduate School of Education
Areas of expertise: Research Interests History education including the place of narrative in children’s understanding, online learning and...
Keywords: history education | history | children's understanding | narrative | online learning | new technology | learning | videopapers
 
  Professor Alastair Hay
Post(s): Professor of Primary Care, School of Social and Community Medicine
Areas of expertise: I have two broad research interests relating to primary care: 1)The diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of common problems...
Keywords: child | common illnesses | diagnosis | antibiotics | antibiotic resistance | primary health care
 
  Professor Stephen Hayden
Post(s): Professor of Physics, School of Physics
Areas of expertise: Many entirely new states of the electrons in solids have been found in the last decades such as high-temperature superconductivity...
Keywords: spin fluctuations and high-Tc superconductivity | transition metal magnetism and superconductivity | landau quantum oscillations in metals & superconductors
 
  Dr Jo Haynes
Post(s): Senior Lecturer, School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies
Areas of expertise: My main research interests are focused on racialisation within music, especially in relation to the theoretical and practical...
Keywords: racialization | music cultures | racism | educational disadvantage | sociology of the media
 
  Professor Max Headley
Post(s): Professor of Physiology, School of Physiology and Pharmacology
Areas of expertise: Current research covers both the general physiological processes of sensitization that may underlie enhanced states of pain,...
Keywords: sensitization | enhanced states of pain | Neurotransmitters | Receptors | spinal cord | central nervous system | spinal sensitization | novel analgesic agents
 
  Dr Peter Heard
Post(s): Research Fellow, Interface Analysis Centre
Areas of expertise: Materials analysis and modification using focused ion beams. Electronic, photonic and spintronic device nano-fabrication....
Keywords: focused ion beam/ sims | electronic, photonic & spintronic device nano-fabrication
 
  Professor Greg Heath
Post(s): Professor of Physics, School of Physics
Areas of expertise: My research is in High Energy Particle Physics. I work on large experiments designed to find out more about the fundamental...
Keywords: high energy particle physics | Compact Muon Solenoid
 
  Dr Helen Heath
Post(s): Reader, School of Physics
Areas of expertise: Particle Physics in particular the Large Hadron Collider.
Keywords: particle physics | women in science
 
  Dr Ali Heawood
Post(s): Senior Research Fellow In Primary Care Research, School of Social and Community Medicine
Areas of expertise: I am a qualitative health services researcher, with interest in how qualitative methods can be used to investigate patients'...
Keywords: health services | qualitative methods | healthcare | health | complementary medicine | asthma | NHS | cancer
 
  Dr Suzanne Held
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in Animal Science, School of Veterinary Sciences
Areas of expertise: I study fundamental and applied aspects of domestic animal behaviour and cognition. Currently funded projects are on: • social...
Keywords: domestic animal behaviour | animals | animal cognition | pigs | lambs | evolution of social cognition
 
  Dr Guido Heldt
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in Music, Department of Music
Areas of expertise: I got my PhD in 1997 (at the University of Muenster in Germany) with a dissertation on English early-20th-century tone poems...
Keywords: Film music analysis | Film music history (esp. film music and musical film in Nazi Germany) | Representation of music in film (esp. composer biopics) | British art-music (esp. 20th century)
 
  Professor George Helffrich
Post(s): Professor of Seismology, School of Earth Sciences
Areas of expertise: I am an earthquake seismologist who uses earthquakes to study the Earth's interior.
Keywords: earthquakes
 
  Dr Richard Helyer
Post(s): Senior Teaching Fellow, School of Physiology and Pharmacology
Areas of expertise: My area of expertise centres on the use of high-fidelity human patient simulators in the teaching of basic biomedical sciences....
Keywords: human patient simulator | physiology | medical | biomedicine | simulation | METI | Stan | modelling
 
  Professor Graeme Henderson
Post(s): Professor of Pharmacology, School of Physiology and Pharmacology
Areas of expertise: drug abuse Drug action in the brain analgesia
Keywords: neuropharmacology | drug abuse | drug action in the brain | analgesia | the brain
 
  Professor Jeffrey Henderson
Post(s): Professor of International Development, School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies
Areas of expertise: My research is broadly concerned with the sociology and political economy of economic development and in recent years his...
Keywords: economic development | global production networks | economic governance | poverty | East Asia | China
 
  Professor John Henderson
Post(s): Professor of Paediatric Respiratory Medicine, School of Social and Community Medicine
Areas of expertise: I am a Reader in Paediatric Respiratory Medicine. My background is in clinical paediatrics and I have trained in paediatric...
Keywords: respiratory medicine | clinical paediatrics | respiratory system | children | intensive care | asthma | allergy | neuromuscular diseases
 
  Dr Erica Hendy
Post(s): Lecturer in Biogeochemical Cysles, School of Earth Sciences
Lecturer in Biogeochemical Cycles, School of Biological Sciences
Areas of expertise: I extract records of past climate and environmental conditions from coral and cave deposits. The purpose is to understand...
Keywords: environment | environmental conditions | climate | coral | cave deposits | ecosystems | coral biomineralization | reef ecosystems
 
  Professor Jeremy Henley
Post(s): Professor of Molecular Neuroscience, School of Biochemistry
Areas of expertise: Understanding the processes that dictate the distribution, maintenance and dynamics of neurotransmitter receptors is of fundamental...
Keywords: Neurotransmitters | neurotransmitter receptors | synapses | Receptors | posttranslational modifications | proteins | kainate receptors.
 
  Dr Tommy Henriksson
Post(s): Research Assistant in UWB Radar Imaging, Merchant Venturers' School of Engineering
Areas of expertise: I am currently a Research Assistant in UWB Imaging at the University of Bristol. From 2006, I followed a Swedish-French convention...
Keywords: microwave imaging for medical and industrial applications | linear and nonlinear inverse scattering | computational electromagnetic methods | physical modelling and calibration
 
  Professor Denis Henshaw
Post(s): Senior Research Fellow in Chemistry, School of Chemistry
Emeritus Professor, School of Chemistry
Areas of expertise: The Human Radiation Effects Group is funded by the charity CHILDREN WITH LEUKAEMIA to research environmental causes of childhood...
Keywords: leukaemia | non-ionising radiation | pineal gland | melatonin | powerlines | childhood leukaemia
 
  Dr Eric Herring
Post(s): Reader in International Politics, School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies
Areas of expertise: My main area of expertise is security studies with particular reference to Iraq and world politics from the period of sanctions...
Keywords: Iraq since 1990 | economic sanctions | security policy
 
  Dr Guido Herrmann
Post(s): Reader in Control and Dynamics, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Areas of expertise: My research interests are in the area of nonlinear and linear robust control. Emphasis is given towards the development of...
Keywords: linear robust control | nonlinear | Pyragas’ method | sliding mode control | chemical process | anti-windup methods
 
  Dr Ingeborg Hers
Post(s): Senior Lecturer, School of Physiology and Pharmacology
Areas of expertise: I am interested in elucidating the signalling pathways that are involved in platelet activation, in particular those that...
Keywords: platelet activation | platelet aggregation | platelet hyperactivity
 
  Dr Pauline Heslop
Post(s): Reader of Intellectual Disabilities Research, Norah Fry Research Centre
Areas of expertise: Quantitative and qualitative research relating to people with learning disabilities and disabled people more generally in...
Keywords: learning disabilities | health and social care | health care | mental health
 
  Professor Marianne Hester
Post(s): Chair in Gender, Violence & International Policy, School for Policy Studies
Areas of expertise: I have directed groundbreaking research on many aspects of violence, abuse and gender relations, including recent work on:...
Keywords: violence against women | violence against women and children in China, Denmark and UK | domestic violence | Street prostitution | Criminal justice approaches | Child contact and domestic violence | Child sexual exploitation
 
  Professor Alistair Hetherington
Post(s): Melville Wills Chair in Botany, School of Biological Sciences
Areas of expertise: The research in my group focuses on understanding the cellular mechanisms responsible for controlling stomatal movement and...
Keywords: cellular mechanisms | stomatal movement and development | stomatal aperture | cellular level stomata | guard cell signalling | sphingosine-based signalling | evolution of stomata
 
  Dr Vernon Hewitt
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in Politics, School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies
Areas of expertise: I am an expert on South Asia, both historically with reference to the British Indian Empire, and with reference to the regional...
Keywords: South Asia | Indian politics | Pakistan politics | Kashmir | British colonial history | development | British Indian Empire | Commonwealth
 
  Dr Volker Heyd
Post(s): Reader, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology
Areas of expertise: Although having researched a wide range of archaeological topics, much of my interests have focused on the following main...
Keywords: early Iron Age | hillfort | isotope projects | prehistoric populations | pattern of mobility | Eastern Thrace | fieldwork projects
 
  Professor Robert Heyderman
Post(s): Visiting Fellow, School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine
Areas of expertise: I have a broad interest in how infections are caused and how to prevent them. My research focuses on understanding the response...
Keywords: meningitis | meningococcal disease | sepsis | infectious diseases | endothelium | inflammation
 
  Professor Matthew Hickman
Post(s): Professor in Public Health and Epidemiology, School of Social and Community Medicine
Areas of expertise: My research is in the epidemiology of drug misuse and health consequences of drug misuse. These include epidemiology of HCV...
Keywords: public health surveillance | hcv epidemiology | injecting drug use | drug misuse epidemiology | health consequences of drug use | indirect estimation methods
 
  Dr Paul Higate
Post(s): Reader in Gender and Security, School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies
Areas of expertise: My area of expertise is the gendered culture of the armed forces, in particular masculinities. I have also carried out research...
Keywords: military | gender | culture | peacekeepers
 
  Dr Andrew Higginson
Post(s): Research Associate, School of Biological Sciences
Areas of expertise: My research is concerned with understanding how evolution has shaped the morphology and behaviour of animals. I use experiments,...
Keywords: animal behaviour | pollination | predation | life history | animal defences | evolutionary modelling
 
  Dr Darryl Hill
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in Microbiology, School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine
Areas of expertise: Bacterial infections of the respiratory tract which lead to localised or disseminated disease are a considerable health and...
Keywords: microbiology | bacterial infections | bacteria and their human host | neisseria meningitidis | moraxella catarrhalis | haemophilus influenzae
 
  Dr David Hill
Post(s): Research Fellow, School of Biological Sciences
Areas of expertise: I have a research experience in: 1) growing crops to produce natural dyes for textile and other industries 2) lichen biology...
Keywords: natural dyes | lichens | wildlife conservation | plant ecology | continuing professional development | lifelong learning
 
  Dr Paul Hill
Post(s): Research Fellow in Image Communication, Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Areas of expertise: My work as a senior research fellow has given me a broad range of experience in fields such as audio analysis, image fusion,...
Keywords: audio analysis | image fusion | image & video coding | general signal processing | machine vision | pattern recognition
 
  Dr Paula Hill
Post(s): Reader in Finance, Department of Accounting and Finance
Areas of expertise: I have published work in the area of corporate finance/ IPOs. My current research focuses on the prediction of changes in...
Keywords: corporate finance/ipos | prediction of changes in credit quality & impact of these changes on asset prices | credit quality | asset prices
 
  Dr Geoffrey Hilton
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Areas of expertise: - Antenna element, array and system design - Antenna modelling and radiation pattern analysis - Antenna, RF systems and...
Keywords: antennas | Electromagnetic Propagation
 
  Dr Charlie Hindmarch
Post(s): Research Associate, School of Clinical Sciences
Areas of expertise: My main focus of research interest is cardiovascular neuroscience; how does the brain control cardiovascular parameters?...
Keywords: RNAseq | microarray | cardiovascular | neuroscience | endocrinology | hypertension | bioinformatics | obesity
 
  Dr Catherine Hindson
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in Theatre & Performance Studies, Department of Drama: Theatre, Film, Television
Areas of expertise: I am a theatre historian whose work focuses on popular stage performance and celebrity performers in the long nineteenth...
Keywords: theatre history | 1830-1920 | actresses | charity | history in theatre redevelopments
 
  Professor Simon Hiscock
Post(s): Professor of Botany and Director of the University of Bristol Botanic Garden, School of Biological Sciences
Areas of expertise: My current areas of research include; plant reproductive biology; pollen-stigma interactions and self-incompatibility in...
Keywords: plant reproductive biology | pollen-stigma interactions | self-incompatibility in flowering plants | hybrid speciation in plants | polyploidy | parasitic plants | pollination biology
 
  Dr Emma Hitchings
Post(s): Senior Lecturer, University of Bristol Law School
Areas of expertise: My main research interests lie in the field of Family Law, although in 2004-2005, I was involved in a joint research project...
Keywords: Family Law | judicial discretion | social landlords | rent arrears | ancillary relief | marital property agreement | civil partnership property agreement
 
  Dr Daniel Ho
Post(s): Research Associate, Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Areas of expertise: 1. Semiconductor and diamond based single photon sources and quantum computing 2. Developing 3-D photonic crystal: 3-D...
Keywords: Focused Ion Beam (FIB) | Direct Laser Writing (DLW) | Finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) | electromagnetic modelling | Nanophotonics | quantum optics | single photon optics | Chalcogenide glasses
 
  Dr Tony Hoare
Post(s): Director of Widening Participation Research, Widening Participation and Undergraduate Recruitment Office
Areas of expertise: My main current research interests are in the changing geography of Higher Education, especially in the UK the geographical...
Keywords: higher education | political economy | port-city economies | land uses | urban waterfronts | estuary development
 
  Mr Richard Hobbs
Post(s): Senior Research Fellow in French, Department of French
Areas of expertise: In 1999 I established, in collaboration with the Department of History of Art, the Arts Faculty 'Centre for the Study of...
Keywords: nineteenth century novels | poetry | art historical topics | critical theory
 
  Dr James Hodge
Post(s): Lecturer, School of Physiology and Pharmacology
Areas of expertise: I am interested in how activity and plasticity in the nervous system generates behaviour, particularly the role of voltage-gated...
Keywords: plasticity | learning and memory | neurons | electrical activity | ion channels | synaptic changes | Drosophila | circadian rhythms
 
  Dr Tamar Hodos
Post(s): Senior Lecturer, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology
Areas of expertise: I am a specialist in the archaeology of the Mediterranean during the Iron Age. My areas of focus have been Sicily, Italy,...
Keywords: Mediterranean archaeology | Mediterranean Iron Age | post-colonialism | globalisation | identity | archaeology in Turkey
 
  Professor John Hogan
Post(s): Professor of Mathematics (Faculty of Engineering), Department of Engineering Mathematics
Areas of expertise: I am a Professor of Applied Mathematics in the Faculty of Engineering. I am also Director of the Bristol Centre for Complexity...
Keywords: non-linear dynamics | water waves | liquid crystals
 
  Dr Andrew Hogg
Post(s): Reader in Applied Mathematics, School of Mathematics
Areas of expertise: I am interested in the dynamics of fluid motion applied to geophysical and environmental situations, with a particular emphasis...
Keywords: fluid motion | two-phase flows | sediment transport | erosional flows | mathematical modelling
 
  Dr Liz Holcombe
Post(s): Lecturer, Department of Civil Engineering
Areas of expertise: Slope hydrology and stability; geotechnics; cost/benefit of landslide risk reduction measures in developing countries.
Keywords: slope hydrology & stability | geotechnics | cost/benefit of landslide risk reduction measures in developing countries
 
  Dr Anke Holdenried
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in Medieval History, Department of History (Historical Studies)
Areas of expertise: I work on the cultural and intellectual history of the Middle Ages and am particularly interested in medieval prophetic traditions....
Keywords: middle ages | medieval prophetic traditions | apocalypticism | Sibylla Tiburtina | prophetia | gender | politics
 
  Dr Marc Holderied
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in Biology, School of Biological Sciences
Areas of expertise: I work on bioacoustics, in particular, acoustic Ecology and Behaviour of Bats and their prey. Key research areas are: -echolocation:...
Keywords: echolocation | sensory physiology of nectar-feeding bats | directional hearing (bats & insects) | bat flight | spatiotemporal use of natural habitats (bats) | interactions between echolocating bats & ultrasound sensitive prey | evolution of echo signatures in food & prey species
 
  Professor Anthony Hollander
Post(s): Visiting Fellow, School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine
Areas of expertise: I have many year of experience in cartilage biology and tissue engineering as well as stem cell biology. My research...
Keywords: stem cells | tissue engineering | osteoarthritis | cartilage
 
  Dr Linda Hollen
Post(s): Research Statistician, School of Social and Community Medicine
Areas of expertise: I am primarily interested in the signals used by individuals in social groups to convey information about their ecological...
Keywords: signals | social groups | ecological environment | meerkat | pied babbler
 
  Dr Sandra Hollinghurst
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in Health Economics, School of Social and Community Medicine
Areas of expertise: As a health economist working alongside primary care practitioners and researchers my principal role is to design, conduct...
Keywords: economic evaluation | primary care | mental health | service delivery
 
  Dr Simon Hollis
Post(s): Lecturer, Department of Computer Science
Areas of expertise: Dr Hollis is a researcher and lecturer in integrated circuit design (computer chips). He specialises in low-power design...
Keywords: Low power computer chip design | VLSI Design | Network-on-Chip | Embedded systems | Routing algorithms | parallel programming | Interconnect | communication
 
  Professor Jeffrey Holly
Post(s): Professor of Clinical Sciences, School of Clinical Sciences
Areas of expertise: I am Chairman of the UK Growth Factor Group (1991-present), and Vice-President of The International Society for Insulin-Like...
Keywords: endocrinology | insulin-like growth factor
 
  Dr Fiona Holmes
Post(s): Research Fellow, School of Clinical Sciences
Research Fellow, School of Physiology and Pharmacology
Areas of expertise: My main area of interest is to further understand the pathophysiology of neuropathic pain by studying the roles of factors...
Keywords: neuropathic pain | dorsal root ganglia | sensory neurons | glia | chemokines | galanin
 
  Dr Ian Holyer
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in Computer Science, Department of Computer Science
Areas of expertise: I lecture in the Computer Science Department at Bristol University. I belong to the Languages and Architecture research group....
Keywords: languages and architecture | functional programming | adapting web pages | graph theory | compiler design (formal methods forum) | global computing (restricted)
 
  Dr Martin Homer
Post(s): Research Fellow in Engineering Mathematics, Department of Engineering Mathematics
Senior Lecturer, Department of Engineering Mathematics
Areas of expertise: I'm principally interested in mathematical modelling of real-world systems, from engineering to the life sciences. I work...
Keywords: mathematics | engineering mathematics | modelling | real-world systems | nonlinear dynamics | mathematical biology | hearing
 
  Professor Bruce Hood
Post(s): Professor of Developmental Psychology in Society, School of Experimental Psychology
Areas of expertise: I am interested in cognitive development from a neuroscience perspective. My research interests include; face and gaze processing;...
Keywords: cognitive development | neuroscience | supernatural beliefs | spatial representation | naïve theories | face processing | gaze processing
 
  Dr Peter Hopcroft
Post(s): Research Associate, School of Geographical Sciences
Areas of expertise: My work is aimed at improved understanding of past abrupt climate changes known as Dansgaard-Oeschger events. I focus on...
Keywords: Daansgaard-Oeschger events | Wetland methane emissions | Palaeo-climate | Bayesian inference
 
  Dr Emma Hornby
Post(s): Reader in Music, Department of Music
Areas of expertise: My research focuses on western liturgical chant in the middle ages, with particular interests in questions of transmission,...
Keywords: western liturgical chant | middle ages | orality | chants | transmission | formulaic chant
 
  Dr Edward Hornibrook
Post(s): Reader in Biogeochemistry, School of Earth Sciences
Areas of expertise: Biogeochemistry of carbon cycling in natural and human-impacted environments, with specific emphasis on the exchange of methane...
Keywords: methane | wetlands | soil | peatlands | stable isotopes | biosphere-atmosphere trace gas exchange
 
  Professor Leon Horsten
Post(s): Professor & Head of the School of Arts, Department of Philosophy
Areas of expertise: My research is concentrated chiefly on bringing formal methods to bear on philosophical problems. Formal methods are meant...
Keywords: formal methods | graph theory | probability theory | complexity theory | epistemology | metaphysics | philosophy of language | philosophy of science
 
  Professor Mark Horton
Post(s): Professor in Archaeology, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology
Areas of expertise: I am an archaeologist with wide ranging interests spanning the historic periods. I have undertaken field research in east...
Keywords: archaeology and heritage | archaeology of Britain | pre-colonial Africa | Islamic archaeology | medieval archaeology | Caribbean societies | archaeology and the media | Zanzibar and the Swahili
 
  Dr Jeremy Horwood
Post(s): Research Fellow, School of Social and Community Medicine
Senior Research Fellow in Ethnographey/Qualitative Social Science, School of Social and Community Medicine
Areas of expertise: My research interests including users' experience of health services, acceptability of clinical interventions, clinical decision-making,...
Keywords: applied health research | childhood respiratory tract infections | acceptability of clinical interventions | clinical decision-making | chronic illness | pain management | illness perceptions | gender & identity
 
  Dr Becky Hothersall
Post(s): Animal Welfare Course Developer, Farm Animal Science
Areas of expertise: Research Interests: • Links between cognition, welfare and human-animal interactions • Links between animal welfare...
Keywords: cognition | welfare | human-animal interactions | animal welfare | sustainable development | cognitive abilities | adverse subjective experiences
 
  Dr Jo House
Post(s): Leverhulme Fellow, School of Geographical Sciences
Areas of expertise: As Science and Policy Officer for the QUEST program (Quantifying Earth system processes and feedbacks for better informed...
Keywords: the Earth | global environment | environment | carbon cycle | land use change | greenhouse gas emissions | climate | climate change
 
  Professor Alasdair Houston
Post(s): Professor of Theoretical Biology, School of Biological Sciences
Areas of expertise: I carry out theoretical research on the trade-off between gaining energy and avoiding predators, rationality, learning and...
Keywords: trade-off between gaining energy and avoiding predators | rationality | co-operation and conflict | learning | daily and annual routines of behaviour | analysis of life history patterns | behavioural ecology of diving | parental behaviour and mating systems
 
  Dr Paul Howard-Jones
Post(s): Reader in Neuroscience and Education, Graduate School of Education
Areas of expertise: Neuroscience Psychology Education I specialise in research at the interface of neuroscience and education. I have particular...
Keywords: neuroscience and education | games (including computer games) and the brain | creativity and the brain | risk-based decision making and the brain | educational technology and the brain | neuromyths
 
  Dr Nicholas Howden
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in Water, Department of Civil Engineering
Areas of expertise: I am a catchment hydrologist and hydrogeologist. My research aims to provide a better understanding of how climate, land-use...
Keywords: hydrology | hydrogeology | hydrogeochemistry
 
  Professor Stephen Howe
Post(s): Senior Research Fellow in Historical Studies (History), Department of History (Historical Studies)
Areas of expertise: My present research revolves around the history - especially the history of ideas and ideologies - of empire, its aftermaths...
Keywords: history of empire | British imperial history | American 'empire' | colonialism | intellectual consequences of decolonisation | anticolonial intellectuals | late-colonial violence
 
  Dr Chengyong Hu
Post(s): Research Fellow, Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Areas of expertise: -Solid-state Quantum Information -Quantum Coherence and Quantum Control -Quantum Technology -Spin Physics and Spintronics -Quantum...
Keywords: solid-state quantum information | quantum coherence and quantum control | quantum technology | spin physics and spintronics | quantum optics | cavity qed | semiconductor physics and devices
 
  Dr Martin Hurcombe
Post(s): Reader in French Studies, Department of French
Areas of expertise: I am the author of 'Novelists in Conflict: Ideology and the Absurd in the French Combat Novel of the Great War' (Rodopi 2004)...
Keywords: French cultural representations of war | World War One | Spanish Civil War | totalitarianism | political commitment | memory | interwar fascism | interwar communism
 
  Professor Nigel Hussey
Post(s): Research Collaborator, School of Physics
Areas of expertise: The destruction of particles has been long associated with high-energy physics and the construction of large-scale particle...
Keywords: anomalous transport | high temperature superconductors | low dimensional conductors | strongly correlated metals | magnetoresistance oxides
 
  Professor Ronald Hutton
Post(s): Professor of History, Department of History (Historical Studies)
Areas of expertise: The history of Britain between 1500 and 1700, in all its aspects. The history of ancient and modern paganism, witchcraft...
Keywords: Tudor History | Stuart History | English Civil War | seasonal festivals | Paganism | Witchcraft
 
  Professor Richard Huxtable
Post(s): Professor of Medical Ethics and Law, School of Social and Community Medicine
Areas of expertise: Research focuses on medical law and ethics, particularly decision-making at the end of life (e.g. assisted dying, withdrawing...
Keywords: end of life treatment | surgical ethics | euthanasia/assisted dying | medical law | medical ethics
 
  Dr Fiona Hyland
Post(s): Academic Liaison Officer, Centre for Public Engagement
Areas of expertise: Research Interests Internationalisation of higher education; developing intercultural competencies; internationalisation...
Keywords: internationalisation of higher education | higher education | internationalisation | intercultural competencies | internationalisation at home | health psychology | impacts of perceived stress