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PhD students, full-time

Andrew Ball
andrew.ball-2@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
Science, the humane movement, and the changing moral economy of animal slaughter in Britain, circa 1878-1958
ESRC-funded collaborative studentship with the Humane Slaughter Association
Supervisor: Carsten Timmermann
Second supervisor: Robert Kirk

Erin Beeston
erin.beeston@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
Spaces of industrial heritage: a history of uses, perceptions and remaking of the Liverpool Road Station site, Manchester
AHRC-funded collaborative studentship with the Museum of Science and Industry
Supervisor: James Sumner
Supervisory representative at MSI: Meg McHugh

Andrew Black
andrew.m.black@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
A history of measles vaccination in twentieth-century Britain
ESRC CASE collaborative studentship with the MRC
Supervisor: Carsten Timmermann

Rachel Boon
rachel.boon@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
[The Post Office Research Station at Dollis Hill]
AHRC-funded collaborative award with the Science Museum
Supervisor: Jeff Hughes
Supervisory representative at the Science Museum: Tilly Blyth

Andrea del Campo Peirano
andrea.delcampopeirano@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
[Industrial working conditions in Chile]
Supervisor: Ian Burney
Co-supervisor: Ana Carden-Coyne, School of Arts, Languages and Cultures

Rachel Douglas
rachel.douglas@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
The sound of worship: architectural acoustics in British ecclesiastical space since 1800
ESRC-funded collaborative award with the Church of England
Supervisor: Vlad Jankovic

Kate Hiepko
kathrin.hiepko@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
Managing the Pissing Evil in a Welfare Dictatorship: The history of diabetes research, care and prevention in the German Democratic Republic, 1958-1989
Supervisor: Carsten Timmermann
Co-supervisor: Steve Parker, School of Arts, Languages and Cultures

Cam Sharp Jones
cam.sharpjones@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
Colonial ethnography and human antiquity in India, 1820-1900
Funded by the Leverhulme Trust
Supervisors: Pratik Chakrabarti and Ian Burney

Nicola Sugden
nicola.sugden@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
The Work of D W Winnicott and the history of psychodynamic approaches in Psychiatric Services for Children and Adolescents in Britain since the Second World War
ESRC CASE studentship with the Squiggle Foundation
Supervisor: Carsten Timmermann
Co-supervisor at Lancaster University: Celia Roberts
Supervisory representative at the Squiggle Foundation: Adrian Sutton

Jia-Ou Song
jia-ou.song@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
Cultural and political influences affecting the public engagement of physical science in museums in the UK and China
ESRC CASE studentship with the Science Museum Group (SMG)
Supervisor: David Kirby
Second supervisor: Dagmar Schaefer, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science
Supervisory representative at SMG: Karen Davies

Ellen van Reuler
a.vanreuler@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
The histories of cancer care and palliative care policies in England and the Netherlands during the postwar era, and their potential to inform policy debates
Supervisor: Carsten Timmermann

 

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PhD students, part-time

Roland Edwards
roland.edwards@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
The economy of work: productivity and the growth of ergonomics, 1945-1975
Supervisor: Jeff Hughes

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MPhil (Master's by research) students

Esther Cole
esther.cole@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
The history of the Liverpool Medical Students’ Society
Supervisors: Carsten Timmermann and Stephanie Snow (CHSTM) and Sally Sheard (University of Liverpool)

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Visiting research students

Xi Cheng, University of Science and Technology of China
cheng.xi@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
The public communication of graphene research
Supervisory representative at CHSTM: David Kirby

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Taught Master's students, 2017-18

MSc Science Communication

  • Eliott Alexander (part-time, second year)
  • Zoë Irwin
  • Bethany Maguire
  • Michael Bahrami-Hessari
  • Fiona Batchelor
  • Sophie Boyd
  • Tamsin Brown
  • Mohamed Daoud
  • Alison Davies-Bailey
  • Lucy Dinsdale
  • Claire Gannon
  • Benjamin Harris
  • Niall Johnston
  • Owen Lynch
  • Margaret O’Mahoney (part-time, second year)
  • Xènia Pérez Sitjà
  • Ajay Rai
  • Jordan Ross
  • Meredith Sherock
  • Holly Smith
  • Francesca Thomas
  • Alexander Wilby (part-time, second year)

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MSc HSTM, History of Science, Technology and Medicine pathway

  • Laetitia Adkins

  • Diego Bomfim

  • Ann Caroline Danielsen

  • Claire Elliott
  • Seth Gottlieb
  • Alexander Longworth-Dunbar
  • Jack Mitchell
  • Saadiya Riaz (part-time, second year)
  • Kelly Southcott-Engstrom (part-time, second year)
  • Iain Sturges
  • Ellie Welch

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MSc HSTM, Medical Humanities pathway

  • Simon Chadwick (part-time, first year)
  • Leah de Quattro (part-time, second year)
  • Jessica Duckworth
  • Elizabeth Jones
  • Emma Roberts-Jones
  • Michael van Dessel (part-time, first year)

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Taught Master's students, 2016-17 (expected graduation December 2016)

MSc Science Communication

  • Caitlin Astbury
  • Jack Blakeman
  • Iqra Choudhry
  • James Deeney
  • Francesca Elliott
  • Alicia Evans
  • Chloe Fletcher
  • Hannah-Rose Ford
  • Patrick Fowler
  • Carolyn Gamble
  • Megan Harvey
  • Georgina Hines
  • Emily Hughes
  • Grant Kirkpatrick
  • Jorge Lázaro Hernandez
  • Olivia O’Sullivan
  • Amie Peltzer
  • Mina Rehman
  • Edward Sherriff

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MSc HSTM, History of Science, Technology and Medicine pathway

  • Jemma Houghton
  • Kate Jones
  • Benjamin Meade
  • Daniela Robles Robles Gil
  • Juyao Wang

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MSc HSTM, Medical Humanities pathway

  • Leah de Quattro (ESRC-funded Research Methods specialism, part-time, second year)
  • Jessica Elliott
  • Emma Kirby
  • Shanath Ramachandran
  • Daniella Rourke

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