Engineering apprentice, undergraduate, PhD (Dept of Surgery, Kings College Hospital, London).
Research Associate, Dept of Mechanical Engineering, MIT, Cambridge, Mass. USA.
Research Fellow, Dept. of Engineering Science, University of Oxford with parallel appointments as College Lecturer at St Catherine's College Oxford and Jesus College Oxford.
Lecturer, Senior Lecturer and then Professor, Engineering Departments at Brunel University, London.
Currently, Visiting Professor at both University of Cumbria, and Brunel University, London.
Qualifications and memberships
BSc (1st class Hons) in Mechanical Engineering, PhD, (Bioengineering) University of London.
Chartered Engineer; Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers; Member of Institution of Physics and Engineering in Medicine
Academic and research interests
Fluid Mechanics and applications to Biological systems and Medicine.
No active current projects, but an ongoing interest in aspects of blood-flow through veins under both passive (quiet rest) and exercise conditions. Actively interested in the application of Mechanical Engineering principles to the human body, in general.
My current remit is to assist any IOH PhD students with their being appropriately prepared for Continuation or the viva-voce Examination. Also, when appropriate, to include Counselling support for PhD work.
Approaching 100 papers covering the fields of: Physiology, Medicine, Medical devices and Flow measurement