School of Human Sciences staff

Ana Flavia Belchior de Andrade using a microscope
Lecturer in Forensic Science

As a lecturer in Forensic Science and a specialist in Crime Scene Investigation, Dr Andrade delivers a series of modules related to this area. She also develops innovative research in the field of New Psychoactive Substances and sensors.

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 three disciplines: Biomedical and Forensic Sciences, Psychology, and Sport, Outdoor 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

Senior Lecturer

Peter Gilliver is the level 4 lead for the outdoor programmes within Sport, Outdoor and Exercise Science. He works on a range of practical and theoretical modules within Outdoor, delivering in adventure and sport psychology.

Technical Team Leader for the School of Human Sciences

Ceri is the Team Leader for the Technicians in Sport and Exercise Science and Biomedical and Forensic Science.

Andy Hooton at an Open Day.
Head of Sport and Exercise Science

Dr Andy Hooton is the Head of Subject for Sport, Outdoor and Exercise Science. Andy leads an exciting industry-led provision focused on developing the next generation of Sport and Exercise Scientists/Practitioners.

Associate Professor in Psychology

Thomas is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology.

James Keenan in the University of Derby Performance Suite
Senior Lecturer in Strength and Conditioning

James delivers innovative teaching to provide a real-world learning experience. The design of his teaching is underpinned by his S&C experience working in industry, and his work with the UK Strength and Conditioning Association. He believes in translating theory to practice in an accessible way to allow students to develop skills to ready them for the workplace.