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Clare Anderson is an expert on the history of prisons and penal colonies from the 15th century to the present day, with research including the management of infectious diseases and pandemics in jails.
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As Professor of Clinical Microbiology, Professor Barer's areas of expertise are Respiratory, Clinical Microbiology, Tuberculosis and COVID-19.
Paul Ian Campbell, Lecturer in Sociology, explores the themes of race and ethnicity, and local and professional football from a sociological and historical perspective.
Neil Chakraborti, Professor in Criminology and Director of the Centre for Hate Studies, is a leading expert in hate crime and violence against minorities.
As Professor of Financial Economics at the University of Leicester, Professor Demetriades has expert knowledge in Economic Impact, Banking Crisis and Response of central Banks.
Elizabeth Draper, Professor of Perinatal and Paediatric Epidemiology, is investigating the impact of COVID-19 on neonatal and paediatric intensive care.
Martin Halliwell is Professor of American Studies and Head of the School of Arts. His expertise is in the cultural history of health and healthcare in the US.
Phoebe Moore, Associate Professor of Political Economy and Technology, is assessing the impact of the fast-tracked shift to homeworking during COVID-19 and its implications for employee well-being.
Teela Sanders, Professor in Criminology, is exploring the impact of COVID-19 and its management on female sex workers in Kenya.
As a Work Psychologist and Employment Relations Specialist, Professor Wood specialises in mental health and stress, absenteeism/presenteeism and work-family conflict and homeworking.