College of Science and Engineering staff

Laurice Fretwell in a teaching room
Course Director in Human Sciences

As the Course Director for the School of Human Sciences, Dr Laurice Fretwell works on improving the curriculum and student experience across two disciplines: Biomedical and Forensic Sciences, and Sport and Exercise Science.

Philippine C Geiszler at the Royal Museums Greenwich.
Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences

Philippine Geiszler is a pharmacist and biomedical scientist, with a research focus on the application of NMR spectroscopy-based metabolomics to cell systems related to brain disorders. 

Senior Lecturer in Sport Coaching

Dr Luke Gibson is a Senior Lecturer in Sport Coaching and the Programme Leader for the FdSc Sport Performance and Analysis programme. He also leads and teaches on a range of undergraduate and postgraduate modules and supports various project students. 

Research Professor

Paul Gilbert is a Research Professor

Samuel wearing a jacket outdoors
Postgraduate Research Student

Samuel is a Postgraduate Research Student who is profiling the physiological and psychological effectiveness of singlet oxygen in the management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (COPD). 

Senior Lecturer in Performance Analysis

Ryan is a Senior Lecturer in Sports Performance Analysis and leads the Introduction to Sports Performance Analysis, Applied Sports Performance Analysis and Advanced Research Methods. His research focuses on developing our socio-pedagogical understanding of elite sports contexts. Ryan supervises a number of PhD students in this area.  

Jalal Hama
Postgraduate Research Student

Jalal Hama is a Postgraduate Research Student, as well as an academic and professional Mechanical engineer with many years of experience in many industrial domains, as well as a high-level lecturer (taught a number of mechanical engineering courses) at several universities.

Ross facing the camera
Postgraduate Research Student

Ross Hammond is a postgraduate teaching assistant and is currently completing a PhD. He has an MSc with Distinction in Audio Engineering and a BSc (first-class honours) in Sound, Light and Live Event Technology, both from the University of Derby.

Omar Hamza standing in front of a powerpoint presentation titled 'Digitalisation in managing railway geotechnical assets'.
Associate Professor in Civil Engineering

Omar is an associate professor and chartered civil engineer with a research interest in nature-driven self-healing concrete for underground construction, geohazard assessment of natural and infrastructure slopes affected by climate change, and low-carbon data-driven design solutions.

Technician: Clinical Skills and Simulation

Selina is the Clinical Skills & Simulation Technician who works predominantly out of the St Helena, Chesterfield Campus. She manages the day to day running of the site and provides technical support across the College of Health and Social Care.