Profesor Sustituto Interino en el Departamento de Didáctica de la Matemática, de las Ciencias Sociales y de las Ciencias Experimentales, Universidad de Málaga. Miembro del Grupo de Investigación en Enseñanza de las Ciencias y Competencias (ENCIC), Universidad de Málaga
A continuación adjunto una versión resumida de los puntos solicitados de mi curriculum:
-Formación Académica: Doctora en Biología. UMA. 2017; Master en ESO, Bachillerato y FP. UMA. 2015; Master de Fundamentos Celulares y Moleculares de los Seres Vivos. UMA. 2011; Licenciada en Biología. UMA. 2010.
-Experiencia profesional: DOCENCIA, PSI en la UMA. Departamento de Didáctica de las Ciencias Experimentales. Grado en Primaria. 2021-Actualidad. DOCENCIA en FP en TS en Anatomía Patológica, TS en Higiene Bucodental y TS en Laboratorio Clínico. CESUR 2017-Actualidad. DOCENCIA en la asignatura PIM en Botánica, Zoología y Ecología. Grado en Biología, UMA. Curso 2014/15; DOCENCIA en la asignatura de Zoología. Grado en Biología, UMA. Curso 2014/15; DOCENCIA en la asignatura de Zoología. Grado en Biología, UMA. Curso 2013/14; DOCENCIA en la asignatura de PIM en Botánica, Zoología y Ecología Grado en Biología, UMA. Curso 2013/14; Personal Investigador en Formación. UMA. 2011- 2017. Alumna Interna. Departamento de Biología Animal. UMA. 2008-2011. Alumna Interna. Departamento de Biología Celular, Genética y Fisiología. UMA. 2007-2008.
Associate Professor, Engineering, Dalhousie University
Doctor of International Affairs candidate, Johns Hopkins University
Assistant Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Carleton University
Professor Ahmed Abdulla joined the CU Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering faculty on July 1, 2020. Prof. Abdulla investigates energy system design for deep decarbonization—focusing on the role of disruptive energy technologies that sit at a low level of technical readiness, including energy storage systems, advanced nuclear power, and negative emissions technologies. Prof. Abdulla employs process modeling, systems engineering, engineering economics, and quantitative risk and decision analysis in his research. He also pays special attention to integrating insights from public policy and behavioural science in his models in order to optimize the design and deployment of truly sustainable technologies—ones that are both techno-economically viable and socio-politically acceptable.
Professor of Marketing, Business & Public Enterprise, Head of the Marketing Subject Group, Cambridge Judge Business School
Research interests are primarily in marketing strategy and quantitative marketing, including: health care markets; innovation and market entry; customer and employee relationship management; pharmaceutical R&D, retail chain expansion and growth; and social enterprises in emerging markets.
Specific interests are health-related consumption decisions; market entry, retail chain expansion and firm size dynamics; role of experience spillovers and alliances in pharmaceutical R&D and innovation; effect of employee engagement on customer satisfaction and retention; distortions due to moral hazard & adverse selection in health care markets; and how social enterprises balance their “double bottom line” in resource scarce emerging markets.
Academic and methodological interests include dynamic structural models, estimation of games of strategic interaction, matching estimators, asymmetric information & incomplete markets, simulation based econometric methods, and reinforcement learning.
Subject group: Marketing
Professor of Organizational Behavior, University of North Carolina – Greensboro
Aichia Chuang is Professor of Organizational Behavior and PhD Director of Business Administration in the Department of Management, Bryan School of Business and Economics at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Before joining UNCG, she was the Fu-Bon Endowed Chair in Management and Distinguished Professor at the National Taiwan University in Taiwan where she was Professor of Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management in the Department of Business Administration. She earned her doctorate in Human Resources and Industrial Relations from the University of Minnesota and her B.A. in Sociology from the National Taiwan University. She served as visiting scholar at Stanford University in the US and Kyoto University in Japan. Chuang’s research interests include leadership, inclusion (person-environment fit and diversity), cross-cultural management, service climate and service performance, creativity, and multilevel theories and methods. Chuang’s research has appeared in such top journals as the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, Organizational Behavior & Human Decision Processes, Journal of Organizational Behavior, and Harvard Business Review.
Chuang is currently the HR Ambassador of the HR Division of the Academy of Management representing Taiwan. She was a previous Associate Editor of Human Relations (Financial Times 50). She serves or has served on the editorial boards of Academy of Management Journal, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Human Resource Management, Human Resource Management Review, Management and Organization Review, and Asia Pacific Journal of Management.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington
I joined the Department of Politics and IR in 2007; previously I worked at the University of Sheffield. I gained my PhD in 2005 from the University of Limerick. Currently I am a Reader in International Relations and Director of the Security and International Relations Programme. My research interests include humanitarian intervention, the responsibility to protect and international human rights law.
I have published a number of books, articles and book chapters on issues related to humanitarian intervention. I am part of a group which was awarded a grant by the ESRC for a two year project on “The Responsibility to Protect and Prosecute: The Political Sustainability of Liberal Norms in an Age of Shifting Power balances”.
I am also Co-Convenor of the BISA Working Group on Intervention and the Responsibility to Protect. I have regularly contributed to current affairs debates through newspapers, blogs, radio and television.
Currently I am supervising three PhD students and I am a member of BISA, the ISA and the PSAI.
Associate Professor in Psychology and Neuroscience, University of York
Psychologist and neuroscientist who conducts research into episodic memory, spatial navigation, forgetting, and sleep. I use experimental psychology, brain imaging (fMRI and MEG), polysomnography, and computational modelling to understanding how the brain allows us to remember things over long periods of time. I am particularly interesting in understanding why and how we forget. Ultimately, I want to know whether we can minimise forgetting when we want to remember things, such as in an educational setting, and increase forgetting when we want to forget, such as when we have intrusive memories of traumatic events.
PhD student and research assistant, Music Theory, McGill University
I am a doctoral candidate at McGill University, where I am also a research assistant and teaching assistant. My background is in musical performance (classical singing), and I conduct research on twentieth musical modernism (focussing on twelve-tone music and neoclassicism) in the disciplines of music theory and music history. I study underrepresented composers, such as women modernist pioneers Margaret Sutherland and Elisabeth Lutyens. For my research, I employ a range of music theories from both tonal and post-tonal theories. One of my main goals as a scholar is to engage with the general public to educate and disseminate research, facilitating increased musical and cultural literacy in society.
Visiting Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream, University of Toronto
Aidan Moir is a Visiting Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream with the Department of Arts, Culture and Media at the University of Toronto Scarborough. She received her Ph.D. in Communication & Culture from York University.
Lecturer in Social Psychology, University of Surrey
Dr Aífe Hopkins-Doyle is an Assistant Professor in Social Psychology. Her research explores how people understand and experience the social world with a particular focus on the social-cognitive and ideological factors influencing the accuracy of our judgements about gender relations, social issues, and political actions.
She is the co-lead of the Psychology of Gender and Sexuality Lab at University of Surrey.
PhD Candidate in Law, Queen's University, Ontario
Aileen started her PhD at Queen's Law School in 2021, after obtaining her LLB (Hons) and MJur (without corrections) from Durham University, UK. Her research explores ownership over human biological materials from critical race and feminist lenses. Born and raised in Indonesia, Aileen is an avid reader, serious embroiderer, and serial pet petter.
Lecturer in Entrepreneurship, Université de Lausanne
Dr. Aileen Ionescu-Somers is currently a Lecturer (Chargée de Cours) at University of Lausanne, Faculté de Hautes Etudes Commerciales. Her academic interests are around entrepreneurship, innovation and business sustainability, and she teaches on topics such as strategic sustainability and strategic innovation. Aileen is also Global Entrepreneurship Monitor’s Executive Director and one of the annual GEM Global Report authors. Prior to this, she led research on sustainability at IMD Business School in Lausanne.
Lecturer in English Language, De Montfort University
I am a discourse analyst interested in the relationship between language and identity, particularly in terms of gender and sexuality.
My research looks at how gender and sexuality are constructed through digital and news media. It makes use of queer theory, feminist theory, corpus linguistics and (multimodal) critical discourse analysis.
I am especially interested in the role of language in issues of inclusion and exclusion, and have examined this in contexts such as queer women's online spaces and the representation of trans athletes.
Lecturer in Ecology & Conservation, Nottingham Trent University
I am a lecturer in Ecology and Conservation at Nottingham Trent University. I am interested in plant ecology and soil science especially in agricultural habitats.
Associate Professor of Journalism and Mass Communication, Point Park University
Aimee- Marie Dorsten is a professor who teaches Media Ethics,
Communication Law and Policy, Journalism, and Media Studies at Point Park University
in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her current research in the feminist political
economy of communication critiques the received historiography of the field
of communication. Her future political economy of communication research
examines representation of the US foster care system and implications
for policy. Her work has appeared in Communication Theory and The
International Encyclopedia of Communication Theory and Philosophy.
Interaction Designer, University of Technology Sydney
I graduated from University of Technology, Sydney and my current job is a UX Researcher in Indonesian government. I have helped the Indonesian government to conduct the research and deliver policy briefs.
Postdoctoral Fellow of Psychology, University of Oslo
Aino's research interests are mainly in the field of social psychology, specifically, political ideology, and intergroup relations. She is especially interested in different factors that influence people's attitudes toward different groups.
She is a postdoctoral researcher on a project entitled ‘Downplaying difference? How ethnic minorities navigate discrimination in Norway’.
Clinical Forensic Psychologist, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, and Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Ontario Tech University
Dr. Ainslie Heasman is a registered clinical and forensic psychologist in Ontario with over 17 years of experience engaging in the assessment and treatment of adults with sexual behaviour problems and/or atypical sexual interests. She received her Ph.D. in Clinical Forensic Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology in 2005. She is employed full-time at the Sexual Behaviours Clinic at the Centre for Addiction & Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto, ON and maintains a private practice. She recently led the development of Canada's first national and federally funded child sexual abuse perpetration prevention program, Talking for Change, housed at CAMH. She is a member of the Canadian Psychological Association, the Ontario Psychological Association and is the President-Elect of the Association for the Treatment & Prevention of Sexual Abuse (ATSA).
Lecturer in Economics and the Environment, The Open University
I joined the OU Economics Discipline as a Lecturer in January 2022. Prior to that, I was Senior Editor at the journal Nature Sustainability before launch and during its first years. I've taught environmental policy, economics and methods since 2013, mostly at the Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge, where I'm also Senior Fellow.
I've published research on a range of sustainability policies from environmental and ecological economics perspectives, such as environmental and conservation programs in rural areas in Mexico and South Africa, deforestation drivers at large scales, peatland fires in Indonesia, and public policy for sustainable transport to industrial estates.
I use a range of methods and tools, including R statistical language, Q methodology, econometrics, multi-criteria decision methods, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and data visualisation.
Research focused on challenges for implementation and effectiveness of environmental and sustainability governance across scales, particularly on two areas: understanding the diversity of views on controversial or conflictual issues, and the spatial variability of impacts. This includes adoption and diffusion of sustainable land-use practices, social implications of biodiversity indicators and drivers and motivations of behavioural change.
I approach these questions using a pluralistic methodological approach. Topics include, among others, the social and economic implications of a large wetland restoration program in South Africa, the political economy of rural livelihood change in Mexico, discourses about peatland fire solutions in Indonesia, the adoption of sustainable agricultural practices in the tropical forest frontier, and multi-criteria evaluation of sustainable transport policies.
Recent work includes analysing acceptability of waste-to-energy facilities (with Univ. of Basque Country), barriers for sustainable aquaculture certification (with Univ. of Tokyo), and the sustainability of post-pandemic recovery policies.
Associate professor, Department of Family & Community Medicine, University of Toronto
Aisha Lofters is a family physician and Chair in Implementation Science at the Peter Gilgan Centre for Women's Cancers at Women's College Hospital in partnership with the Canadian Cancer Society.
Casual Academic/ Research Administration Officer, University of Sydney
Dr Aisha Malik is an academic and research administration officer in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Sydney. Under the supervision of Professor Lee Wallace, she completed her PhD titled 'Feminist Edutainment and the Pakistan Televisual Commons: A multi-site Ethnography of Urdu Serial Drama'. Aisha is a Fulbright scholar having completed her MFA in Writing for Screen and Stage at Northwestern University; she writes about gender, sexuality, media and race.
Health economist, University of Sheffield
After completing a medical degree at the University of Cape Town, I did a Master's degree in public health with a focus on health economics.
PhD Researcher, Endocrine Oncology Research Group, RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences
Aisling Hegarty is a specialist breast cancer research nurse with the Endocrine Oncology Research Group at Beaumont RCSI Cancer Centre. Working closely with the Breast Family History Clinic in Beaumont RCSI Cancer Centre, Aislings’ research is focused on patients with inherited mutations in the breast cancer genes BRCA1 and BRCA2.
Senior Lecturer in Law, Royal Holloway University of London
Dr Aislinn O’Connell is a senior lecturer in law at Royal Holloway, University of London. Her research focuses on the interaction of intellectual property law with technology and culture, looking at a range of topics including IP's negative spaces, image-based sexual abuse, technology-based violence, and the intersection of law and technology.
Her current research projects focus on aspects of technology-based violence, including legal regulation of stalkerware, takedown mechanisms for images online, and tortious remedies for image-based sexual abuse.
Professor of law, Australian National University
Dr Asmi Wood has been an academic advisor to the ANU College of Law since 2002 and holds a position in the College as Senior Lecturer.
Asmi gained a Bachelor of Engineering/Science (BE) from The University of Melbourne and a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) with Honours from The Australian National University. He completed his PhD in 2011 and his doctoral thesis is titled The regulation of the use of force by non-State actors under international law. He is also a practising barrister and solicitor in the ACT.
Asmi Wood received the Vice Chancellor's Award for Teaching Excellence from The Australian National University in 2010.
Before commencing work at the College, Asmi worked in private practice and in government, both in Australia and overseas.
Research Scholar, New York University
Ajay Chaudry is a research scholar at New York University’s Institute for Human Development and Social Change and Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Services. His work in public policy research and analysis focuses on improving children’s well-being and development, early care and education, human services programs, and immigration. From 2012 to 2015, Chaudry was a political appointee in the Obama administration, serving as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Human Services Policy in the Office of Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation at the Department of Health and Human Services. He also previously served as Deputy Commissioner for Early Childhood Programs at the NYC Administration for Children Services, Director of the Center on Labor, Human Services, and Population at the Urban Institute and as a faculty member at the New School for Social Research School of Management and Urban Policy.
He is the author of Putting Children First: How low-wage working mothers manage child care, co-author of Cradle to Kindergarten: A new plan to combat inequality. He received his A.B. from Columbia University, and M.P.P. and Ph.D. from Harvard University.
Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of St Andrews
I am cognitive psychologist who is interested in memory decision-making and subjective experiences of memory (e.g. deja vu and jamais vu). I have used a range of methods to conduct my research, including paper and pencil tasks, computerised tasks, pupilometry, and fMRI.
Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Ghana
Prof. Akosua K. Darkwah is an Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Ghana and a former Director of the Center for Gender Studies and Advocacy (CEGENSA) at the University of Ghana. She holds a B.A in Psychology and Sociology from Vassar College and a doctorate degree in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has been teaching in the Department of Sociology Department at the University of Ghana since 2002.
Her research focuses primarily on the ways in which global economic policies and practices reconfigure Ghanaian women's work. Over the last two decades, she has explored this question with various segments of Ghana's female working population; traders of global consumer goods, factory workers, domestic workers, oil sector workers and farmers. Her work is published in a range of scholarly outlets including Women's Studies International Forum, International Development Planning Review, Journal of Gender Studies, Contemporary Journal of African Studies, Journal of Contemporary African Studies and Feminist Africa.
Assistant Professor at Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Regina
Dr. Akram Mahani is an Assistant Professor at Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Regina located on Treaty 4 Territory, and a researcher at Saskatchewan Population Health and Evaluation Research Unit (SPHERU).
Akram has wide-ranging empirical interests and background with her research spanning across multiple health policy, population health, and health services research areas. She has more than 20 years of experience in research, teaching, administration, and leadership in multi-disciplinary and applied settings across seven universities in three countries: Canada, England, and Iran. She has published in the leading peer-reviewed journals in the fields of health policy, public health, and health promotion. In 2013, Akram founded the International Journal of Health Policy and Management (known as IJHPM) and served as its inaugural editor-in-chief until late August 2021.
Akram’s current research focuses on healthy sustainable cities and communities for all with a focus on health equity. She has received funding from CIHR to examine the role of cross-sectoral collaboration to improve outcomes of children and youth in vulnerable context. In a project funded by SHRF, she investigated integration of health and equity into urban design and urban planning policies and decisions. Building on this research findings and in close collaboration with multiple stakeholders and knowledge users, she is currently co-designing a large-scale research project on the impact of urban design on health outcomes with a focus on mental health. In another project funded by SHRF, Akram is investigating how municipalities work in partnership with local public health systems to enhance population health outcomes and reduce health inequalities. Akram has led another project on the formalized partnerships between municipalities and academic institutions across Canada to see how these partnerships bridge the science-policy gap.
Associate Professor of Architecture, University of Khartoum
Dr. Akram is an associate professor of architecture and a licenced architect who has acquired over 23 years of extensive experience on architecture in Sudan and the linkage between education, research and practice in the field of architecture with specific focus on construction management and economics, technologies, and building materials. Dr. Akram is very active and interested in research and projects focusing on attainment of sustainable development goals (SDGs), the field in which he conducted several studies and researches from different perspectives. He is a registered as a “Specialized Engineer” at the Sudanese Engineering Council and received recently the fellowship of the Sudanese Institute of Architects (SIA) of which has been been a member since 2001, this fellowship allows him to be registered as consultant engineer at the Engineering Council. Dr. Akram accumulated extensive experience in professional practice through his involvement in design and consultancy services, feasibility studies, real estate appraisal and investment, market analysis, etc. Through this extensive experience nationally and internationally, he managed to hold leading positions both in the academy as well as in the professional practice, as he was the former dean of the Faculty of Architecture, University of Khartoum (2019 – 2022) and he is also the co-founder and the General Manager of a consultancy firm “OPTIMA for Consultancy, Real Estate Valuation, and Management”. As a way of linking education, research, and practice he delivered and coordinated multiple CPDs courses in different fields within the scope of architecture and construction management. He has many publications in international journals and international conferences proceedings.
- 2000 BSc. Architecture; Faculty of Engineering & Architecture, UofK.
- 2004 MSc. Real Estate Management; KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
- 2012 Ph.D. Architecture; University of Camerino, Italy.
- sustainable development, climate change resilience, construction technology & innovative materials, construction economics, and low-cost housing
Associate professor, University of South Australia
Akshay Vij is an Associate Professor at UniSA Business. He has previously worked as lecturer and post-doctoral scholar at the University of California (UC) Berkeley. He received his Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering in 2013, also from UC Berkeley. Vij’s research has made significant contributions to the development of statistical methods for the study of human behaviour, and their application to different contexts, such as transport, urban and regional development, and labour markets. Since his move to Australia in 2015, Vij has collaborated extensively with industry and government partners on research grants totalling roughly $4.5 million to undertake research that has addressed major practical challenges facing these different sectors.
Geoscientist, The University of Queensland
Completed BSc (Hons - 1st class), MS by research (1st class) and PhD in Geology. PhD completed in Dec 2022 studying the eastern Australia hotspot volcanic chain. Currently working as a Geoscientist at the Geological Survey of Queensland.
PhD Candidate in Financial History, University of Cambridge
Alain Naef is a PhD student in financial history at the University of Cambridge and a Teaching fellow in the economics department. He is pursuing a PhD on central bank intervention on the foreign exchange market. He has been teaching at the Economic History department of the London School of Economics and was a research associate at Judge Business School. He holds a bachelor in History, an MBA (Geneva and Wharton) and an MSc in Economic History (LSE). He won the Hunt price for best LSE economic history dissertation and was awarded a price by the Cambridge Society of Applied Research (CSAR) for his work on central bank intervention.
His research is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and he has been awarded various grants from the Bank of France, Santander, the Economic History Society and St Edmunds college. His main research interest is to understand how central banks influence exchange rates.
Email address: an445[at]cam.ac.uk