Meet the Participants


Festival of Postgraduate Research Participants 2017

 

College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities
College of Science and Engineering
College of Medicine, Biological Sciences and Psychology

Presenter at Festival of Postgraduate Research

Click on a postgraduate researcher to see their submitted poster and learn more about their research at the University.

 

College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities

NameDepartmentTitle
Amy Clarke Department of Criminology ‘Lost’ voices of hate crime victimisation – the experiences of new migrants and refugees in Leicester.
Angela Stienne School of Museum Studies Encountering Egyptian Mummies 1753-1855
Asea Pascal Department of Politics and International Relations Return of refugees and Peace – Investigating the relationship in South Sudan
Ayosola Odunlami School of Education Access to higher education: Causes of dropout and practices that can encourage successful completion
Bradley Phipps School of History, Politics and International Relations Motherhood and manhood: Gender in the white citizens' councils
Francisco Goncalves Department of Criminology Beyond the context: Decision making in forensic science
Jun li School of History, Politics and International Relations The concept of Garden City and planning in China 1949-1978
Kate Herrity Department of Criminology
Livia Menezes School of Business Afraid to go to school? Estimating the effect of violence on schooling outcomes
Magdalena Brzeska School of Media, Communication and Sociology Homelessness amongst the polish nationals in Leicester and Derby
Mehran Habib School of Business HR Dynamics in the NHS
Michalis Constantinides School of Education An exploration of the strategies needed to achieve a self-improving school system
Mudassir Farooqi School of History, Politics and International Relations Evolution of Generational Jihadist Terrorism
Rachel Evans School of English Weaving Gender: Women and Textiles in Old Norse Literature
Ruksar Sattar School of Law Putting the Child at the heart of Work/Life Balance: A Role for Grandparents?

College of Science and Engineering

NameDepartmentTitle
Abdullah Alqahtani Department of Informatics Model-based development of data integration in graph databases
Alex Hay Department of Geography The influence of complex mountainous topography on aeolian landform development
Bello Shehu Bello Department of Infomatics Reverse Engineering Twitter Bots
Chloe Barnes Department of Geography Detection and assessment of Phytophthora ramorum in larch forests using airborne laser scanning
Emma Palin Department of Chemistry Characterisation of layered thin metal films for application in the electronics industry
Hasan Elmsahli Department of Engineering Modelling of powder flow into closed cavities
Hasanain Al-Behadili Department of Engineering HF communications nowcasting for aircraft on trans-polar routes
Jasmine Wareham Department of Chemistry New instrumentation to monitor the air we breath
Jordan Bestwick Department of Geology Can we tell what unrelated animals are eating from the microscopic scratches on their teeth
Eman M. Moneer Department of Physics and Astronomy The GRBs Spectral Analysis Observed by Fermi and Swift Telescopes
Samuel Wharton Department of Physics and Astronomy Tracking ultra-low frequency waves with radar
Scott Balchin Department of Mathematics Zeta functions of classifying stacks

College of Medicine, Biological Sciences and Psychology

NameDepartmentTitle
Azzah Alharbi Department of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation Modelling blood poisoning in the test tube. The problem of the baseline.
Ben Richards Department of Cardiovascular Sciences Catching a killer red-handed: Using proteomics to identify risk markers for sudden cardiac death in blood
Beth Fraser Department of Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour Can NOP protect against stroke?
Bethan Rogoyski Department of Cancer Studies and Molecular Medicine You can teach an old drug new tricks
Franscois Runau Department of Genetics Fish oils- a novel treatment in the fight against pancreatic cancer
Ghazwan Qasim Hasan Department of Genetics Vital signs of plant fertility
Giannis Koukkidis Department of Health Sciences Salads and E.coli
Greg Biddle Department of Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour Differences in objectively measured physical activity and sedentary behaviour between White Europeans and South Asians recruited from primary care
Jody Faro Department of Cardiovascular Sciences Stress and its effects in a firearms environment: a comparison study of novice vs. experienced police firearms officers
Jonathan Smith Department of Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour The role of reotonin in behavioural phase transition in the Desert Locust
Lakmini Liyanage Department of Cardiovascular Sciences Maximising weakness: Does vessel structure influence anuerysm risk?
Leanna Smith Department of Molecular and Cell Biology Cell division and cancer: Understanding the structure and function of CHFR
Neal Rimmer Department of Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour An alternative approach to the neuro-functional study of vertebrate dopamine signalling
Neda Nezam Abadi Department of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation Hide and seek: Using bacterial viruses to detect Legionella species
Razif Abas Department of Cardiovascular Sciences How do blood vessels control inflammation
Robeena Farzand Department of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation Fitness, bugs and DNA
Salem Hamed Department of Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour Optical measurements of synaptic transmission in the cerebellar cortex
Sam Khan Department of Cancer Studies Can curry prevent bowel cancer?
Stephanie Hubbard Department of Health Sciences The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of public health interventions to prevent falls on stairs in children under 5
Tim Rattay Department of Cancer Studies Predicting acute radiotherapy side-effects in breast cancer
Tunde Huszar Department of Genetics One step ahead: Fighting crime with new genomic technologies
Wafaa Khalaf Department of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation New immunotherapy for cancer treatment

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