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  Dr John Macdonald
Post(s): Reader, Department of Civil Engineering
Areas of expertise: Vibrations of bridges and other civil engineering structures and their components, e.g. cables. Effects of wind on structures,...
Keywords: structural dynamics | wind engineering | bridges | cable structures | wind-induced oscillations | pedestrian-induced vibrations | structural monitoring | cable dynamics
 
  Dr Julie MacLeavy (Peoples)
Post(s): Senior Lecturer, School of Geographical Sciences
Areas of expertise: My research interests are in political and economic geography, with a particular focus on the geographies of work, welfare...
Keywords: economic geography | political geography | urban geography | society | state | welfare | work
 
  Professor Christine MacLeod
Post(s): Emeritus Professor of Historical Studies (History), Department of History (Historical Studies)
Areas of expertise: I specialise in the cultural history of technology, in particular the history of inventions and patents in Britain, between...
Keywords: history of technology | history of inventions | history of patents | changing status of inventors | nineteenth-century British culture | Heroes of Invention | history of design
 
  Dr Frankie MacMillan
Post(s): Senior Teaching Fellow, School of Physiology and Pharmacology
Areas of expertise: We combine functional anatomical approaches and immunocytochemical techniques to investigate differences in sensory input...
Keywords: sensory input | immunocytochemistry | neurones | nociceptive responsiveness | autonomic outflow | pathophysiological conditions | immunocytochemical techniques | tract tracing techniques
 
  Professor Paolo Madeddu
Post(s): Professor of Experimental Cardiovascular Medicine, School of Clinical Sciences
Areas of expertise: The overall goal of my present and future research consists of developing more effective strategies to treat chronic limb...
Keywords: therapeutic angiogenesis | myocardial ischaemia | ischaemia | diabetes | microvascular complications | wound healing | angiogenesis | stem cells
 
  Professor Heidy Mader
Post(s): University Research Fellow in Earth Sciences, School of Earth Sciences
Professor, School of Earth Sciences
Areas of expertise: My research interests cover a broad range of multiphase phenomena in the environmental sciences, specifically problems in...
Keywords: volcanology | glaciology | multiphase flow | fragmentation processes | multiphase rheology | microscopic water content
 
  Professor David Main
Post(s): Professor of Animal Welfare, Farm Animal Science
Areas of expertise: My research interests include applied welfare assessment for a variety in species including livestock, working horses, laboratory...
Keywords: animal welfare | livestock | dairy cattle lameness | tail biting in pigs | pig welfare
 
  Dr Jacqueline Maingard
Post(s): Reader in Film, Department of Drama: Theatre, Film, Television
Areas of expertise: I have recently completed a book on South African National Cinema in the National Cinema series published by Routledge. I...
Keywords: South African National Cinema | cinema of Southern Africa | identities represented in the cinema | cinema | Uku Hamba ‘Ze
 
  Dr Karim Malik
Post(s): Reader in Epigenetics, School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine
Areas of expertise: Current Research Cancer epigenetics - We are conducting genome-wide methylation screening using microarrays in order to...
Keywords: Wilms' tumour | eukaryotic gene expression | cancer | epigenetics | genetics | non-coding RNA
 
  Dr Andrea Malizia
Post(s): Senior Clinical Lecturer, School of Social and Community Medicine
Areas of expertise: I lead clinical psychopharmacology and neuromodulation clinical studies and the first UK studies of deep brain stimulation...
Keywords: treatment resistant depression | affective disorders | anxiety disorders | deep brain stimulation | neurosurgery for psychiatric disorders | social anxiety disorder | panic disorder | bipolar affective disorder
 
  Dr Alice Malpass
Post(s): Research Fellow, School of Social and Community Medicine
Areas of expertise: I have two methodological interests and areas of expertise: using meta-ethnography to synthesise qualitative research findings;...
Keywords: meta-ethnography | cognitive interviewing | Mindfulness based Cognitive Therapy | mental health research | medical education
 
  Professor Fred Manby
Post(s): University Research Fellow in Chemistry, School of Chemistry
Professor of Theoretical Chemistry, School of Chemistry
Areas of expertise: Research in the Manby group is focused on the development of new methods in electronic structure theory and quantum chemistry....
Keywords: electronic structure theory | quantum chemistry | Ornstein-Zernike equation | electronic structure theory | electron correlation problem in solids | liquids | electron correlation
 
  Professor Stephen Mann
Post(s): Professor of Chemistry, School of Chemistry
Areas of expertise: Research Themes: - Biomineralization - Biomimetic Materials Chemistry - Magnetic Proteins and Bioinorganic Nanocomposites - Template-directed...
Keywords: biomineralisation | biomimetic materials chemistry | magnetic proteins | bioinorganic nanocomposites | template-directed synthesis | nanotectonics | bionanochemistry | protein melts
 
  Professor Ian Manners
Post(s): Professor of Inorganic & Materials Chemistry, School of Chemistry
Areas of expertise: Inorganic elements represent the most abundant elements on earth and the ability of scientists to explore, understand, and...
Keywords: inorganic elements | synthetic reactions | inorganic chemistry | molecular synthesis | polymer science | materials science | Supramolecular Chemistry
 
  Professor Jens Marklof
Post(s): Professor of Mathematical Physics (RS Wolfson Research Merit Award Holder), School of Mathematics
Areas of expertise: -Quantum Chaos -Dynamical Systems -Equidistribution -Modular Forms
Keywords: quantum chaos | ergodic theory & dynamical systems | number theory | mathematical physics
 
  Professor Neil Marrion
Post(s): Professor of Neuroscience, School of Physiology and Pharmacology
Areas of expertise: The hippocampus is known to play a key role in the consolidation of memory and research has focused on the changes in membrane...
Keywords: single channel | patch clamp | Alzheimer's disease | epilepsy | cognition | muscular dystrophy
 
  Professor Alex Marsh
Post(s): Professor of Public Policy, School for Policy Studies
Areas of expertise: My research activities have focused on various aspects of housing policy in the UK. I have been particularly concerned with...
Keywords: housing policy | housing economics and finance | theorizing the policy process | organisation and management in the public sector | social and private rented housing | economics and the policy process
 
  Dr John Marshall
Post(s): Senior Research Fellow in Drama: Theatre, Film, Television, Department of Drama: Theatre, Film, Television
Areas of expertise: I am currently involved in research in the area of Robin Hood Studies with a particular interest in performance. I have also...
Keywords: Robin Hood | medieval theatre | Punch and Judy | street performance
 
  Dr Jon Marshall
Post(s): Visiting Fellow, School of Biological Sciences
Areas of expertise: I provide academic editorial services to individuals, learned societies and publishers. I am Editor-in-Chief of the academic...
Keywords: agroecology | plant ecology | vegetation management | dispersal | weeds | herbicides | environment | editorial services
 
  Dr Lee Marshall
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in Sociology, School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies
Areas of expertise: I conduct research on the music industry, particularly the transformations caused by the internet, and also piracy. I have...
Keywords: popular music | copyright | piracy | music industry | Bob Dylan | arts consumption | bootlegging | celebrity
 
  Dr Damien Martin
Post(s): Research Associate, School of Chemistry
Areas of expertise: My research is involved in the characteristics of dispersion on both short and medium scales. The characterisation of these...
Keywords: dispersion | tracer compounds
 
  Professor Paul Martin
Post(s): Professor of Cell Biology, School of Biochemistry
Professor of Cell Biology, School of Physiology and Pharmacology
Areas of expertise: Using embryos expressing mutant forms of various small GTPases, I have tested the function of actin-based elements in both...
Keywords: wound re-epithelialisation and morphogenesis in drosophilia | inflammation/fibrosis genes in mice | inflammation in zebrafish larvae | inflammation in drosophila embryos
 
  Professor Trevor Martin
Post(s): Professor of Artificial Intelligence, Department of Engineering Mathematics
Areas of expertise: Modelling uncertainty in artificial intelligence, particularly use of fuzzy set theory. Currently a senior research fellow...
Keywords: artificial intelligence | fuzzy set theory | intelligent information management | semantic web | user modelling | uncertainty in artificial intelligence | soft computing
 
  Professor Charles Martindale
Post(s): Emeritus Professor, Department of Classics & Ancient History
Areas of expertise: My research interests are wide-ranging, with a particular commitment to cross-disciplinary research. I am interested in Latin...
Keywords: literature | critical theory | aesthetics | Latin poetry | Shakespeare | Milton
 
  Dr Thomas Mason
Post(s): Research Fellow, School of Humanities
Areas of expertise: -English poetry and the criticism of poetry 1650-1790, particularly Cowley, Milton, Dryden, Pope and Johnson. -Classical/English...
Keywords: english poetry | criticism of poetry | comic poetry | classical/english literary relations | theory and practice of translation | chaucer's poetic reception | wyatt to warton | shakespeare editing, playtexts and criticism 1623-1778
 
  Professor Judith Masson
Post(s): Professor of Socio-Legal Studies, University of Bristol Law School
University Research Fellow in Bristol Law School, University of Bristol Law School
Areas of expertise: My expertise combines knowledge of the law (statute, case and regulation) with a research-based understanding of the law's...
Keywords: Family Law | Children Act 1989 | Child protection | child care law | Stepfamilies | Child contact | judicial statistics | judicial decision making
 
  Professor Peter Mathieson
Post(s): Honorary Professor of Medicine and Dentistry Faculty Office, School of Clinical Sciences
Areas of expertise: My major clinical interest is in autoimmune renal diseases (glomerulonephritis, systemic vasculitis, systemic lupus erythematosus...
Keywords: autoimmune renal diseases | kidneys | systemic lupus erythematosus | human glomerular cell biology | regulation of glomerular permeability | renal diseases
 
  Dr David Matthews
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in Virology, School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine
Areas of expertise: My research is mainly on how viruses take over a host cell in order to maximise the efficient replication of the virus. In...
Keywords: adenovirus | virology | nucleolus | gene therapy | deep sequencing | next-generation sequencing | SILAC quantitative proteomics | high throughput
 
  Dr Jonathan Matthews
Post(s): Leverhulme Research Fellow, School of Physics
Areas of expertise: My research is aimed at photonic implementations of quantum walks, quantum-enhanced measurement and proof-of concept quantum...
Keywords: photonic implementations of quantum walks | quantum-enhanced measurement | proof-of concept quantum computational tasks | multi-photon quantum interference | integrated waveguide structures
 
  Dr Ben Maughan
Post(s): Senior Lecturer, School of Physics
Areas of expertise: I study clusters of galaxies, which are the largest gravitationally bound objects in the Universe. In particular I use X-ray...
Keywords: astronomy | galaxy clusters | cosmology | universe | structure formation | x-ray astronomy | dark matter
 
  Professor David May
Post(s): Professor of Computer Science, Department of Computer Science
Areas of expertise: I am a Professor and Head of the University of Bristol's Computer Science department. I worked for 16 years in the microelectronics...
Keywords: computer architecture | robotics
 
  Professor Paul May
Post(s): Professor of Physical Chemistry, School of Chemistry
Areas of expertise: Deposition of thin films of diamond and diamondlike carbon for mechanical and opto-electronic applications, onto a variety...
Keywords: diamond | thin films | chemical vapour deposition | diamond-like carbon | plasma etching | amorphous carbon
 
  Professor Robert Mayhew
Post(s): Professor of Historical Geography and Intellectual History, School of Geographical Sciences
Areas of expertise: The history of geographical writing, travel writing and literary representations of landscapes in Britain from 1600 to 1900....
Keywords: history of geography | landscape in literature | history of travel and discovery | Thomas Robert Malthus | Samuel Johnson
 
  Dr Walterio Mayol-Cuevas
Post(s): Reader in Robotics, Computer Vision and Mobile Systems, Department of Computer Science
Areas of expertise: Computer vision: Real-time tracking, Object recognition, Active Vision. Robotics: Personal Robotics, Mobile Robotics, Walking...
Keywords: computer vision | robotics | wearable computing
 
  Dr Angeline Mbogo Barrett
Post(s): Senior Lecturer, Graduate School of Education
Areas of expertise: Education and Development Quality of formal basic education in low income countries, especially sub-Saharan Africa Teacher...
Keywords: education and development | education quality | Education for All | teacher identity | international research collaboration | social justice | sub-Saharan Africa | Tanzania
 
  Professor Craig McArdle
Post(s): Professor of Molecular Pharmacology, School of Clinical Sciences
Areas of expertise: My research interests are in cell signalling and reproductive endocrinology and most of my group's work focuses on the hypothalamic...
Keywords: cell signalling | G-protein coupled receptor signalling | G-protein coupled receptor trafficking | gonadotrophin-releasing hormone signalling | ERK signalling
 
  Professor Morag McDermont
Post(s): Professor of Socio-Legal Studies, University of Bristol Law School
Areas of expertise: My PhD research concerned the historical role played by the National Housing Federation (the representative organisation...
Keywords: social housing | housing associations | households in need | employment tribunals | barriers to justice | public law | legal responses to terrorism | governmentality
 
  Professor Angela McFarlane
Post(s): Visiting Professor in Education, Graduate School of Education
Areas of expertise: I have designed and directed national research and evaluation projects on ICT and Learning, and am part of the team that...
Keywords: computers in education | ICT in schools | e-learning | evaluation | computer games for learning
 
  Professor Joe McGeehan
Post(s): Emeritus Professor, Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Professor, Research and Enterprise Development
Areas of expertise: I am an expert in mobile communications and have pioneered many techniques both experimental and theoretical in propagation...
Keywords: wireless communications | wireless LANs | mobile phones, 3G, 4G, WiMAX, LTE, UWB | MIMO | smart antennas | modulation and coding | networks | radiowave propagation
 
  Mr Simon McIntosh-Smith
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in High Performance Computing, Department of Computer Science
Areas of expertise: I have fifteen years of experience in industry designing and programming some of the world's fastest parallel processors...
Keywords: High Performance Computing | HPC | GPU computing | GPGPU | many-core processors | multi-core processors | computer architecture | super computing
 
  Dr Josie McLellan
Post(s): Reader in Modern European History, Department of History (Historical Studies)
Areas of expertise: I am currently completing a book entitled Love In The Time of Communism, which explores sexuality and everyday life in East...
Keywords: East Germany | GDR | memory | sexuality | everyday life | nudism | nude photography | erotica
 
  Professor Gregor McLennan
Post(s): Professor of Sociology, School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies
Areas of expertise: I am a social theorist and analyst of contemporary culture and politics. I have published widely on social ideas and ideologies,...
Keywords: ideology and politics | knowledge, science and society | theories of society | the role of the state | social class | culture and society | the circulation of ideas | public intellectuals
 
  Professor John McNamara
Post(s): Professor of Mathematics and Biology, School of Mathematics
Areas of expertise: My work attempts to understand how the process of natural selection has shaped the behaviour of organisms. Typically I formalise...
Keywords: behavioural ecology | evolutionary biology | life-history theory | evolutionary game theory | ageing
 
  Dr Maria McNamara
Post(s): Research Associate, School of Earth Sciences
Areas of expertise: I am a palaeontologist working on how fossils are preserved. Much of my current work focuses on the colours of fossil animals,...
Keywords: palaeontology | fossil preservation | fossil colour | feathered dinosaurs | fossil insects
 
  Dr Neville McNeill
Post(s): Lecturer in Electrical Energy Conversion, Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Areas of expertise: At present I am actively pursuing various research interests in the fields of power electronics and machines. These include...
Keywords: machines | power electronics | machines | electrical energy conversion
 
  Dr Elizabeth McNess
Post(s): Senior Lecturer, Graduate School of Education
Areas of expertise: Research Interests Teachers' work, comparative policy analysis, pupils' perceptions of schooling, school organisation,...
Keywords: teachers' work | comparative policy analysis | pupils' perception of schooling | school | teaching | school organisation | improvement in education
 
  Professor Harry McVea
Post(s): Professor of Law, University of Bristol Law School
Areas of expertise: I teach Company Law, Contract Law and Regulation of Financial Markets and Institutions. I am author of Financial Conglomerates...
Keywords: company law | contract law | regulation | regulation of financial markets | financial markets | the Chinese Wall | hedge fund regulation | hedge funds
 
  Dr Sara Meadows
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in Education, Graduate School of Education
Areas of expertise: Research Interests Developing evidence-based and policy-relevant models of how complex factors such as parental education,...
Keywords: child development | parental education | teen parenthood | poverty | Children of the Nineties | teenage pregnancy | maternal depression
 
  Dr Andrew Medford
Post(s): Senior Clinical Lecturer, School of Clinical Sciences
Areas of expertise: I am the lead consultant for endobronchial ultrasound and advanced diagnostic bronchoscopy. I have developed locally a tertiary...
Keywords: respiratory medicine | endobronchial ultrasound | interventional/advanced diagnostic bronchoscopy | clinical coding & health economics | pleural ultrasound and disease | lung VEGF biology
 
  Dr Robert Meech
Post(s): Research Fellow, School of Physiology and Pharmacology
Areas of expertise: Ion channels in excitable membranes. I study the electrophysiology of Cnidarian medusae to try to understand the structure,...
Keywords: ion channel electrophysiology | ion channels | cnidarian medusae | ion pumps
 
  Dr Lena Melekhova
Post(s): Research Associate, School of Earth Sciences
Areas of expertise: My research focuses on the use of high-pressure experimental petrology, combined with numerical methods, to obtain a better...
Keywords: experimental petrology | petrology | mantle | crust | deep Earth water cycle | magma | volcanic geochemistry
 
  Professor Harry Mellor
Post(s): Professor of Biochemistry, School of Biochemistry
Areas of expertise: Rho GTPases act as molecular switches that control a wide range of signalling pathways in mammalian cells. Over twenty different...
Keywords: regulation of intracellular traffic and the actin cytoskeleton by rho family gtpases
 
  Dr Jack Mellor
Post(s): Reader in Neuroscience, School of Physiology and Pharmacology
Areas of expertise: I am a neuroscientist specialising in how the brain retains information by modifying the connections between nerve cells.
Keywords: neuroscience | learning and memory | synaptic plasticity
 
  Professor Phil Mellor
Post(s): Professor of Electrical Engineering, Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Areas of expertise: -electrical machines -power electronic drives and their control -hybrid, electric and fuel cell vehicle power trains -aircraft...
Keywords: electrical machines | power electronics | aircraft
 
  Professor Jane Memmott
Post(s): Professor of Ecology, School of Biological Sciences
Areas of expertise: My research interests encompass food web biology, invasion ecology, biological control, pollination biology, restoration...
Keywords: food web biology | invasion ecology | ecology | pollination biology | biology | habitats
 
  Professor Michael Mendl
Post(s): Professor of Animal Behaviour and Welfare, Farm Animal Science
Areas of expertise: My current research interests are in the study of cognition, emotion, and social behaviour in domestic animals, with a view...
Keywords: cognition | emotion | social behaviour | domestic animals | animals | animal welfare | pig cognition | tail-biting in pigs
 
  Dr Chris Metcalfe
Post(s): Reader in Medical Statistics, School of Social and Community Medicine
Areas of expertise: The development of approaches to the evaluation of statistical methods in practical contexts; the development of statistical...
Keywords: medical statistics | clinical trial design | Design of epidemiological studies
 
  Mr Peter Metelerkamp
Post(s): Senior Teaching Fellow & Graduate Education Director, Department of Drama: Theatre, Film, Television
Areas of expertise: My main medium of personal research and practice is documentary still photography. As a researcher and photographer,...
Keywords: documentary still photography | still images | authorship and objectivity | documentary process | South Africa
 
  Dr Francesco Mezzadri
Post(s): Reader in Applied Mathematics, School of Mathematics
Areas of expertise: Random matrix theory has found applications in a variety of areas of physics, pure and applied mathematics, probability,...
Keywords: random matrix theory | quantum chaos | statistical mechanics | number theory
 
  Dr Katerina Michaelides
Post(s): Senior Lecturer, School of Geographical Sciences
Areas of expertise: The focus of my research is the understanding of hydrological and geomorphic processes within watersheds, particularly the...
Keywords: Hillslope hydrology and geomorphology | dryland processes | sediment transport | modelling | laboratory experimentation | nutrient and contaminant fluxes and transport
 
  Dr Torsten Michel
Post(s): Lecturer in International Politics, School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies
Areas of expertise: My research focuses on the intersection of international relations theory with international political thought and 20th century...
Keywords: international relations theory | international political thought | international relations | security studies | 20th century continental philosophy | politically motivated mass death
 
  Dr Pantelis Michelakis
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in Classics, Department of Classics & Ancient History
Areas of expertise: I work in the fields of Greek literature and culture and the classical tradition. I am particularly interested in Greek tragedy...
Keywords: Greek literature | literature | classics | Greek tragedy
 
  Dr Jim Middleton
Post(s): Reader in Cellular Immunology, School of Oral & Dental Sciences
Areas of expertise: I am interested in the mechanism of leukocyte recruitment in inflammatory diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis and periodontal...
Keywords: chemokines | chemokine receptors | inflammatory disease | cell trafficking | endothelial cells | leukocytes | stem cells
 
  Professor Roger Middleton
Post(s): Professor of the History of Political Economy, Department of History (Historical Studies)
Areas of expertise: British history, especially economic history and political economy since the late nineteenth century. Recent books include...
Keywords: modern British history | Thatcherism | economic policy | political economy | economics profession | ICT in history | quantitative history
 
  Professor Mervyn Miles
Post(s): Professor of Physics (Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award Holder), School of Physics
Areas of expertise: Innovation in SPM instrumentation and techniques for imaging and measurement of biomolecular structures in particular and...
Keywords: nanophysics | soft matter
 
  Professor Ann Millar
Post(s): Professor in Respiratory Medicine, School of Clinical Sciences
Areas of expertise: My research and clinical interest lies in mechanisms of lung repair, particularly related to the development of fibrosis...
Keywords: respiratory medicine | interstitial lung disease
 
  Mr Peter Milner
Post(s): Teaching Fellow in Film and Television, Department of Drama: Theatre, Film, Television
Areas of expertise: I teach film and television production in the department, at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. I am a specialist...
Keywords: television production | film production | lighting | cinematography | film-making
 
  Dr Scott Miners
Post(s): Research Associate, School of Clinical Sciences
Areas of expertise: I joined the Dementia Research Group in 2005 and have been working on a research programme examining the levels of beta-amlyoid...
Keywords: dementia | beta-amlyoid degrading enzymes | Alzheimer's disease | enzymatic assays | neprilysin | biomarkers
 
  Professor Majid Mirmehdi
Post(s): Engineering Faculty Director and Head of the Graduate School of Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering
Professor of Computer Vision, Department of Computer Science
Areas of expertise: I am researching on the issues involved in making computers analyse and understand images obtained from cameras. The images...
Keywords: image analysis | computer vision | pattern recognition | medical image analysis
 
  Mr David Mitchell
Post(s): Senior Clinical Lecturer, School of Clinical Sciences
Areas of expertise: I am the lead consultant for vascular surgery. I have developed local care pathways for vascular access and aortic aneurysm...
Keywords: surgery | vascular & renal transplant surgery | management of aortic aneurysm | lower limb ischemia (including diabetic foot disease and amputation) | vascular access surgery | venous disease | vascular malformations
 
  Professor Tariq Modood
Post(s): Professor of Sociology, Politics and Public Policy, School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies
Areas of expertise: I am a leading authority on the socio-economic position of ethnic minorities in Britain, especially in relation to employment...
Keywords: race | ethnic minorities | British Muslims | multiculturalism | institutional racism | Islamophobia | cultural racism | hyphenated identities
 
  Dr Kristian Moen
Post(s): Lecturer in Screen Studies, Department of Drama: Theatre, Film, Television
Areas of expertise: My research interests circulate broadly around cinema, fantasy and modernity. I am currently completing a monograph on the...
Keywords: cinema | fantasy | modernity | early French cinema | American cinema | silent cinema | themes of transformation
 
  Professor Elek Molnar
Post(s): Professor, School of Physiology and Pharmacology
Areas of expertise: Receptor function and localisation in neuronal and non-neuronal cells. The research in my laboratory focuses on developmental...
Keywords: synaptic plasticity | glutamate | immunocytochemistry | hippocampus | oligodendrocyte
 
  Dr Nicoletta Momigliano
Post(s): Reader in Aegean Prehistory, Department of Classics & Ancient History
Areas of expertise: I am interested in Aegean prehistory and the history of Aegean Bronze Age studies. I am also interested in Minoan Archaeology,...
Keywords: Aegean prehistory | minoan archaeology, especially the archaeology of knossos | history of aegean bronze age studies | ceramics | bronze age anatolia | Anatolian/Aegean interaction | material culture
 
  Dr Kimberly Monk
Post(s): Special Lecturer, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology
Areas of expertise: -Ethnoarchaeology of West Indian Sailing Craft: Examination of traditional boatbuilding culture within the Antilles and Lucayan...
Keywords: maritime archaeology | shipwreck | Caribbean | British Royal Navy | underwater heritage | shipbuilding | marine conservation | historic preservation
 
  Dr Daniel Montoya
Post(s): Marie Curie Research Fellow, School of Biological Sciences
Areas of expertise: I focus on the development of a theoretical underpinning of restoration ecology from basic principles of ecological theory,...
Keywords: | habitat degradation | ecological networks | invasive species | biodiversity-ecosystem functioning | climate change & species distributions
 
  Professor Andy Morgan
Post(s): Emeritus Professor, School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine
Areas of expertise: My expertise is in viral associations with human cancers and the induction of therapeutic and prophylactic immune responses....
Keywords: cancer | vaccines | Epstein-Barr virus
 
  Professor Bronwen Morgan
Post(s): Professor of Socio Legal Studies, University of Bristol Law School
Areas of expertise: My research focuses on the political economy of regulatory reform, the intersection between regulation and social and economic...
Keywords: political economy of regulatory reform | regulatory reform | regulation | social rights | economic rights | human rights | global governance | water delivery
 
  Dr Eric Morgan
Post(s): Senior Lecturer, School of Veterinary Sciences
Areas of expertise: I am interested in the dynamic interaction between host and parasite populations, and its manipulation to achieve sustainable...
Keywords: parasites | populations | epidemiology | helminths | parasite transmission | disease
 
  Dr Seiriol Morgan
Post(s): Senior Lecturer, Department of Philosophy
Areas of expertise: I work primarily in moral philosophy, and I have published on topics in metaethics, moral theory and applied ethics, in particular...
Keywords: moral philosophy | metaethics | moral theory | applied ethics | sexual morality | Kant | Nietzsche
 
  Professor Neville Morley
Post(s): Professor of Ancient History, Department of Classics & Ancient History
Areas of expertise: Ancient economic and social history, especially Rome, including imperialism, trade, demography, urbanisation and agriculture....
Keywords: Roman history | ancient economy | ancient society | reception of antiquity | historical theory | classical tradition
 
  Dr Kevin Morris
Post(s): Reader in Radio Frequency Engineering, Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Areas of expertise: My main areas of research interest are the design and development of new and novel methods of radio frequency power amplification....
Keywords: Radio Frequency Technology | Power Amplifier Design
 
  Professor Timothy Mowl
Post(s): Emeritus Professor, Department of History of Art (Historical Studies)
Areas of expertise: I am Director of the MA in Garden History, which was launched in 2000, and also Director of the Institute of Garden and Landscape...
Keywords: garden history | Institute of Garden and Landscape History | landscape parks | landscape gardens | historic landscapes of England | William Kent
 
  Professor Carolyn Muessig
Post(s): Professor of Medieval Religion, Department of Religion and Theology
Areas of expertise: My research interests include: monastic education and preaching, especially the sermons of Hildegard of Bingen and Jacques...
Keywords: monastic education | Medieval religion | medieval culture | monastic preaching | late medieval stigmatics | stigmatics
 
  Professor Adrian Mulholland
Post(s): Professor, School of Chemistry
Areas of expertise: Most biochemical reactions depend on enzyme catalysis, and understanding how enzymes 'work' at the molecular level is a fundamental...
Keywords: enzyme catalysis | quantum mechanics/molecular mechanics qm/mm methods | computational biochemistry | enzymology | modelling biological molecules | drug design | drug metabolism
 
  Dr Siobhan Mullan
Post(s): Research Fellow, Farm Animal Science
Areas of expertise: I graduated from the University of Glasgow Veterinary School and worked in both mixed and small animal practice before joining...
Keywords: animal behaviour
 
  Dr Sebastian Muller
Post(s): Senior Lecturer, School of Mathematics
Areas of expertise: I am interested in quantum chaos, i.e., studying the quantum properties of systems whose classical time evolution is chaotic....
Keywords: quantum chaos | chaotic systems | condensed-matter theory | nonlinear phenomena | disordered systems
 
  Professor Marcus Munafo
Post(s): Professor of Biological Psychology, School of Experimental Psychology
Areas of expertise: Current research is in the area of the genetic determinants of addictive behaviours, in particular alcohol and nicotine use,...
Keywords: addiction | nicotine | alcohol | genetics
 
  Dr Stuart Mundell
Post(s): Reader in Pharmacology, School of Physiology and Pharmacology
Areas of expertise: G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs), one of the largest protein families in the human genome, are the most tractable set...
Keywords: G protein-coupled receptors | protein | regulatory mechanisms | G protein-coupled receptor traffic | signalling pathways | receptor movement | receptor function
 
  Professor David Murphy
Post(s): Professor of Experimental Medicine, School of Clinical Sciences
Areas of expertise: The Molecular Neueroendocrinology Research Group uses gene discovery and transfer techniques to study the neuronal regulation...
Keywords: vasopressin | oxytocin | hypothalamus | transcriptosome | proteome | transgenics | hypertension
 
  Mr Gavin Murphy
Post(s): Senior Clinical Lecturer in Clinical Sciences, School of Clinical Sciences
Areas of expertise: Blood conservation in cardiac surgery; Pharmacological approaches to the prevention of saphenous vein graft disease; The...
Keywords: cardiac surgery
 
  Dr Jane Murray
Post(s): Research Fellow, Companion Animal Studies
Areas of expertise: Veterinary epidemiologist, specialising in feline epidemiology.
Keywords: epidemiology | feline
 
  Professor Rachel Murray
Post(s): Professor of International Human Rights, University of Bristol Law School
Areas of expertise: International human rights, particularly African human rights system; national human rights institutions; effectiveness of...
Keywords: human rights | Africa | national human rights institutions