Susan Burrows completed her degree at Leeds University in 1988 and spent three years working at the Scottish Crop Research Institute before joining Warwick as a research assistant in 1991.
Following a PhD in materials physics she has spent the intervening years as a researcher, working in both the glass-ceramics and ultrasound groups. Funding is mainly through industrial engagement.
She is now involved in teaching the IATL Science of Music module
Her main role is Manager for the undergraduate teaching laboratories; she is also Chair of the Welfare and Communication Working Group and has lead the department to success in gaining both Juno Champion and Athena SWAN Silver awards.
Working at Warwick......
"As a married mother of two, the department has always given me the flexibility to work part time. This was essential in enabling me to raise a family whilst continuing to have a career in research. Now a Senior Teaching Fellow, the department has supported my return to full time work"
- Sue Burrows