WARWICK MEDICAL SCHOOL
||Health and human development in rural India,sociodemographic analysis, specialization in econometrics, data management and firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Normal and diabetes pregnancies in the UK, Saudi Arabia, India; health inequalities in South Asians (role of diet, lifestyle, behavior and psychological aspects); application of research evidence into clinical practice.||
P dot Saravanan at warwick dot ac dot uk
|Dr. Neil Raymond||Epidemiology of diabetes, maintenance of disease registers for epidemiological surveillance, evaluation of new health technologies.||N.T.Raymond@warwick.ac.uk|
|Dr. Dan Munday||The interface between primary care and specialist palliative care.||D.Munday@warwick.ac.uk|
|Professor Sudhesh Kumar||New approaches to the delivery of care for obesity and diabetes.||Sudhesh.Kumar@warwick.ac.uk|
|Dr. Gulnaz Izbal||UK ethnicity data collection for healthcare statistics||G.Iqbal@warwick.ac.uk|
|Professor Gillian Hundt||Gender, ethnicity and promoting equity in health.||Gillian.Hundt@warwick.ac.uk|
|Professor Frances Griffiths||Long term illness, lay experience of health and health care. Impact of medical technology and information and communication technology on lay understanding of health and experience of health care||F dot E dot Griffiths at warwick dot ac dot uk|
|Professor Janet Dunn||Clinical trials statistics and data collection.||J.A.Dunn@warwick.ac.uk|
|Dr. Paul O’Hare||Type 2 diabetes in South Asian males.||J.P.O-Hare@warwick.ac.uk|
|CENTRE FOR APPLIED LINGUISTICS||Dr. Richard Smith||History of language teaching, ELT research survey of India, textbook analysis, learner and teacher autonomy.||R.C.Smith@warwick.ac.uk|
|DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS||
economic history and economic development in colonial India.
applied econometrics, child mortality in India, maternal autonomy and family welfare outcomes.
economic theory, political economy, public economics, development economics.
behavioral welfare economics, strategic foundations of General Equilibrium, global climate change policy.
|CENTRE FOR EDUCATION STUDIES||Professor Eleanor Nesbitt||Religious socialization of young people of Christian, Hindu and Sikh email@example.com|
|DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY||Dr. Sarah Hodges||Modern South Asian history; gender history; history of modern science and medicine; medical waste, history of international firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Aditya Sarkar||The history of modern South Asia, with specific expertise and interest in the social histories of labour and capitalism.||Aditya.Sarkar@warwick.ac.uk|
|Professor Maxine Berg||Global trade and material culture in the early modern world, industrial development in India, material trade with India.||Maxine.Berg@warwick.ac.uk|
|Professor Giorgio Riello||Cotton textile manufacturing’s role in industrial development, cotton trade with India.||G.Riello@warwick.ac.uk|
|POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES||Professor Shirin Rai
||Gendered performance and political institutions, gender and the political economy of development, comparative examination of India, South Africa and UK.||Shirin.Rai@warwick.ac.uk|
|Dr. Miranda Alison||ethnic conflict, political violence, gender and email@example.com|
|SCHOOL OF LAW||Professor Shaheen Sardar Ali||Islamic law in Pakistan, women’s and children’s rights, international human rights law.||S.S.Ali@warwick.ac.uk|
|Dr. Sam Adelman||Legal theory, development and human rights, sovereignty.||S.Adelman@warwick.ac.uk|
|Dr. Rajnaara Akhtar||The Muslim community in Britain, Muslim family law, Faith Based Alternative Dispute Resolution, and human rights firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Gender justice and postcolonialism in India and South Africa.||A.Steward@warwick.ac.uk|
|Professor Abdul Paliwala||Globalization and legal regulation of the digital divide, law and economy in developing countries and information technology in legal education.||A.Paliwala@warwick.ac.uk|
|ENGLISH AND COMPARATIVE LITERARY STUDIES||Professor Pablo Mukherjee||Postcolonial theory and literature, natural disasters and nineteenth century British imperial culture, Indian literature.||U.Mukherjee@warwick.ac.uk|
|Dr. Rashmi Varma||The postcolonial city, postcolonial Indian and African theory, literature and culture, feminism in a global context, indigenous representations in postcolonial India, and the theory of world email@example.com|
|Professor Neil Lazarus||Postcolonial theory and literature, imperialism, nationalism and anticolonialsi resistance, and world literature.||N.Lazarus@warwick.ac.uk|
Literature on colonialism and imperialism and postcolonial studies.
|WARWICK BUSINESS SCHOOL||Zulfiqar Shah||Capital markets research, leasing firms in Pakistan, corporate valuation.||Zulfiqar.Shah@wbs.ac.uk|
|Professor Andy Lockett||Venture capitalism in India, risk assessment and information.||Andy.Lockett@wbs.ac.uk|
|Professor Kamel Mellahi||Non-market strategy, international business strategy, internationalization strategies of emerging market firms.||Kamel.Mellahi@wbs.ac.uk|
|THEATRE AND PERFORMANCE STUDIES||Dr. Sruti Bala||Theories in international performance research, performativity of nonviolent protest in South Asia.||S.Bala@uva.nl|
|DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY||Dr. Goldie Osuri||Race/ethnicity studies, South Asian politics, colonial and postcolonial nationalism.||G.Osuri@warwick.ac.uk|
|Dr. Carol Wolkowitz||Gender in Indian history and politics.||C.Wolkowitz@warwick.ac.uk|