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Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research)

Professor Caroline Meyer is responsible for academic leadership of the research portfolio and strategy at the University of Warwick. Caroline has been instrumental in supporting and maintaining Warwick’s research excellence. Caroline is responsible for the University’s refreshed Research Strategy. She is supported by a Research Executive team.

Caroline was previously Vice-Provost and Chair of the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Medicine. Caroline has a PhD in Eating Disorders from The University of Southampton. She was Lecturer in Clinical Psychology at the University of Birmingham and then worked in the Department of Psychology at Warwick and Warwick Medical School. She returned to Warwick in 2014, having been a Reader and then Professor at Loughborough University. Her research is predominantly within two key areas eating disorders and workforce mental health and productivity. Her work involves many external partner organisations, including the NHS, industry partners and schools both nationally and internationally. She is currently Warwick PI on the Midlands Engine-Funded Mental Health and Productivity Pilot.

The role of the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research)

Senior Leadership Team

Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research) Remuneration

Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research) Register of Interest

Contact Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research)

PA: Uma Egrot

Tel: 024 765 74463

Email: PVCResearch dot PA at warwick dot ac dot uk