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MY EXPERIENCE

Roles & Responsibilities

PROFESSOR, HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF LINCOLN

2018 - present

School of History and Heritage, College of Arts

  • Heritage Steering Group

  • Give Annual Newton Christmas Lecture to 300+ audience

  • Edit Notes and Records for The Royal Society of London

  • Organised Mayflower 2020 Event (cancelled due to COVID)

  • Contributed four star outputs to REF 2021

  • Convened three modules, including Disease, Health and the Body in Early Modern Europe, Newton's Revolution, and the History of Medicine from Antiquity to the Present

READER, UNIVERSITY OF LINCOLN

2015-2018

School of History and Heritage, College of Arts

  • MA Programme Leader

  • External Examiner Liaison

  • Taught and Convened Critical Thinking and Writing, Early Modern Visual Culture, What is the Renaissance, Disease, Health and the Body in Early Modern Europe, MA Research Methods, Making of Modern Europe

SENIOR LECTURER, EARLY MODERN HISTORY, UNIVERSITY OF LINCOLN

2013-2015

School of History and Heritage, College of Arts

  • Taught and convened variety of early modern modules including Early Modern Visual Culture, What is the Renaissance?, Disease, Health and the Body in Early Modern Europe

THE LISTER RESEARCH FELLOW, UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD

2009-2012

  • Research fellow for Early Modern Letters Online, History Faculty

  • Calendered and Edited Correspondence of Martin Lister (1639-1712)

  • Tutor for Scientific Movements in the Seventeenth Century (Level Three)

  • Member of Senior Common Room, St. Hugh's College

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, WELLCOME UNIT FOR THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD

2006-2009

  • Researched early modern history of medicine supported by external funding from The Royal Society and the British Academy.

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (WITH TENURE) OF EARLY MODERN HISTORY, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH

1999-2006

  • Taught early modern history and the history of science

  • Served as Director for the Study in England Programme at the University of Birmingham

  • Interim Director and Founder of the University Honors Program

VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR AND ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, BELLAVANCE HONORS PROGRAM, SALISBURY UNIVERSITY, MARYLAND

1996-1999 (Fixed term)

  • Taught Critical Thinking and Writing, history and philosophy of science

  • Helped administer a 400-student program for academically gifted undergraduates, including admissions and Open Days, internships, and curricular development