22, January, 2016 Researchers assess benefits of high intensity exercise and nutritional supplement regimes
Health researchers at RGU are working to identify the impact of a time-efficient exercise regime and nutritional supplements to improve health and reduce heart disease risk among overweight adults.
05, November, 2015 Study on health of homeless patients in Aberdeen secures funding boost
Academics and health professionals who have been investigating the healthcare of homeless patients in Aberdeen have secured £10,000 funding to further their research.
Environmental & Occupational Health Research Staff
Staff within this theme focus on clinical and basic science research around the topic of environmental health and physical wellbeing.
Select a staff member for details or view all IHWR research staffFaculty of Health & Social Care Research Staff
Dr Hector is a lecturer in Biomedical Sciences at the School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences and an IHWR member. Her research interests include understanding the pathogeneses underlying cardiovascular disease, diabetes and the genetic disease cystinosis.
Dr Lamb is a reader in Microbiology at the School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, and an IHWR member. His key research area is in the development and evaluation of novel antimicrobial agents and he has extensive experience in the field of bacteriology.
Dr. Macduff is currently a Reader in the School of Nursing & Midwifery and also co-ordinates all the research projects within the school.
Dr Matthews is a lecturer in Pharmaceutics at the School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, and an IHWR member. His key research interests lie in drug delivery and formulation science, polymer science and its application in the pharmaceutical industry and wound healing.
Noelle is a lecturer at the School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences.
Dr Paudyal is Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice and Clinical Pharmacy at the School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences. His research focus is in the areas of minor ailments management, pharmacovigilance, pharmaceutical public health, the impact of pharmaceutical care interventions; and economic evaluations.
Dr Thompson is a lecturer in Surface Chemistry and Drug Delivery at School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences. His research interests lie in the areas of polymer-drug conjugates, Drug micro- and nano-encapsulation, Polyelectrolyte delivery systems and Oral protein delivery.
Antonella is a lecturer at the School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences. Her key research interests include Antimicrobial stewardship, Nonmedical prescribing and qualitative research methods.