Dr Jane Adams
Dr Rachel Bennett
Went on to a lectureship in Public Policy at Teeside University
A Contemporary History of Female Sexual Dysfunction, 1960 to the Present. Went on to a further research fellowship at QMU London
Dr Margaret Charleroy
Went on to research funding strategy and development at AHRC
People's History of the NHS (1916-2019) Went on to do a further research fellowship at the University of Oxford and then a lectureship at the University of Bristol.
Cultural History of the NHS (2020-2021). Went on to take up a fellowship with the University of Strathclyde.
Dr Angela Davis
Pre-School Childcare, 1939-2010 (2016-2018) and Motherhood c.1970-1990: An Oral History.(2008-2010) Went on to a Wellcome Trust University Award at Warwick
Dr Nicholas Duvall
Research Fellow 2015-2016. Went on to research administration at the University of Edinburgh
Cultural History of the NHS (2015-2017). Went on to a lectureship at the University of Wolverhampton
Dr Jane Hand
Cultural History of the NHS (2016-2019) Went on to work for the Department of Education
Went on to a lectureship in History at the University of Kent
Dr Natalie Jones Mann
Cultural History of the NHS (2018-2021) Went on to work for the the Wellcome Trust as a Research Development Specialist
Hiding in the Pub to Cutting the Cord? (2011-2012) Went on to work at Leeds University.
Household Medicine in Early Modern England , Recipes, Remedies and Receipts and Reading for Cures: Texts, Readers and Lay Medical Practice in Early Modern England (2007-2010) She is now works at University College, London.
Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Visiting Fellow (2009-2011). Civil Wars after 1660. Now at University of Saskatchewan
'Identity, citizenship and sickle cell anaemia in the postcolonial National Health Service' . Went on to do a further research fellowship at Exeter University
Cultural History of the NHS (2016-2019). Went on to work as a Lecturer at King's College, London and University College, London.
Dr Jonathan Toms
Women and the Spread and Adaption of Biomedical Knowledge in Uganda, 1897-1979 (2015-2018). Went on to an Assistant Professorship at Southern Illinois University
Dr Tania Woloshyn
Soaking up the Rays: the Reception of Light Therapeutics in Britain, c.1899-1938 (2012-2016). Went on to research administration at the University of Birmingham and an Associate Fellowship at Warwick