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Browse Academic Expert Directory

Browse Academic Expert Directory

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Prof Lorraine Farrelly
Professor of Architecture and Design
Lorraine Farrelly is Professor of Architecture and Design at the University of Portsmouth UK. Her research interests include a multi-disciplinary approach to architecture at various scales, through understanding ideas of interior detail to urban concepts. She has a postgraduate urban design studio , which has made mixed use and housing proposals for European sites in Dublin, Paris, Amsterdam, Vienna, Venice, Rotterdam, London, Dublin and Segovia in Spain. As a qualified architect her own completed projects range from the interior fit-out of bars and restaurants and retail design through to individual house design, school design and public spaces. Over the past three years she have been working with the BFL Building for Life national housing awards in the UK  to judge and assess housing across the South of England. Also this year she is part of the judging panel for design of innovative public space in the South of England. She is director of research in architecture and design  at her University and is actively developing new models for research working with commercial practices, property developers and business in the  city to partner new initiatives  to develop inward investment in the city to generate employment opportunities particularly regenerating buildings for new use. She is an advisor for architectural education and works with the RIBA on international validation and has validated courses across Europe and South America . She has written many books and academic articles, her most recent publications are 'Drawing for Urban Design' 2011 Laurence King Publishers, 'Materials and the Interior' 2012  Laurence King Publishers and 'Fundamentals of Architecture' 2012 AVA publishers . She was appointed honorary Professor at Deakin University in 2011.

Portsmouth
United Kingdom

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Prof Waleed Fathalah
Assistant Professor
MY activities: Practicing of abdominal ultrasound and gastrointestinal endoscopy procedures in Ultrasonography and Endoscopy units, Practicing of interventional abdominal and chest ultrasound techniques. Medical research, scientific writing and international publishing. Clinical training of 6th year medical students. Presenting lectures to Master and Egyptian fellowship students. Clinical testing of 6th year students. Preparation of the MCQ exam of Hepatology for Egyptian fellowship. Supervising thesis. Teaching residents Case differential diagnosis and Management.

Cairo
Egypt

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Dr Matthew Feldman
Senior Lecturer in History
Director of the Radicalism and New Media Research Group (www.radicalism-new-media.org), which specialises in the use of internet by far-right groups. He is also a specialist in the study of fascism more generally, and has published widely on this subject in academic and popular outlets. Dr Feldman has also consulted widely as an expert witness and media subject on the subject of far-right terrorism. Other academic and public-facing expertise also includes research on the Holocaust, modernist literature and culture, Samuel Beckett, Ezra Pound and other canonical 20th century artistic figures.

Northampton
United Kingdom

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Mr james ferguson
strategist
James Ferguson is Head of Strategy at Arbuthnot Securities. Previously Chief Strategist at Pali International, he has over 25 years’ experience as a stockbroker, sector analyst and macro-economic strategist. James has held a number of positions, predominantly covering the Japanese market at investment banks Nomura, Robert Fleming, SBC Warburg, Dresdner Kleinwort and Mitsubishi Securities, based in London and Tokyo. Japanese background especially pertinent today: James is currently looking at the western banking crisis and the implications of policy responses for economic growth prospects. James believes that an appreciation of the Japanese experience highlights the challenges and pitfalls that lie ahead as developed economies negotiate their way to a full resolution. A regular contributor to Money Week since 2004, James frequently sits on the magazine’s investment roundtable. He has made frequent appearances on BBC TV and radio news, as well as CNBC, Sky TV, Channel 4 and Bloomberg TV commenting on economic, banking and investment matters. He also wrote the first chapter in: The Gathering Storm: How to avoid the next crisis from the minds that predicted the crunch. James graduated with a MA in Economics from Edinburgh University

london
United Kingdom

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Prof Pamela Ferguson
Professor of Scots Law
Professor Ferguson is an expet in Sottish criminal law and Procedure; criminal law codification; pharmaceutical products liability

Dundee
United Kingdom

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Mr Mike Finlay
Chief Executive
Mike has over 25 years experience in banking and finance, having started out pricing equity derivatives on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. The majority of his career has focussed on risk, specifically in the middle- and back-office environment. He has been responsible for establishing new business departments in the derivatives area, restructuring international payments businesses, developing regulatory banking law and implementing risk management frameworks in both international banking firms and in large corporate’s. He developed the initial risk management framework for the Bond Market Exchange of South Africa and led the integration of all trading and financial risk management activities across a leading mining and industrial conglomerate, while on the insurance side, Mike worked with insurance companies in developing an operational risk methodology to support the requirements of Solvency II. More recently, Mike worked on the development of the KRI Framework underlying the KRIeX.org KRI Library, the development of the KRI Library itself and on the development of loss data consortium requirements for several national and regional banking associations and consortia, as well as leading a large multi-million Euro project in the area of risk and control self assessment. Mike has also led scenario-based ICAAP assessments, assisted firms in achieving AMA accreditation and recently assisted a leading Western European regulator conduct their 2010 AMA accreditation review programme. Part of the focus on risk has included technology, risk assessment and training. Mike is a frequent lecturer on operational risk for banking supervisors at the Bank for International Settlements, as well as at industry conferences and seminars. Mike is a regular guest lecturer on risk management at Judge Business School, Cambridge University, as well as at the University of South Africa (UNISA). He has worked with the World Bank/IFC in the Russian Federation and across Eastern Europe, as well as with the Financial Services Volunteer Corps and the BIS’ Financial Stability Institute in ongoing risk management education and knowledge transfer in Europe and Africa. Mike is a Fellow of the South African Institute of Bankers, a Director and Fellow of the Institute of Operational Risk, a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and a Charter Member of Risk Who’s Who. Mike was recognised in January 2009 by OpRisk & Compliance magazine as one of the “Top 50 Faces of Operational Risk” and was responsible for RiskBusiness being awarded one of ten “Ten Years of Operational Risk Achievement Awards”.

London
United Kingdom

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