The Queen's University Belfast

Reviewers: 94

19th in United Kingdom

Reviews: 1328

16th in United Kingdom

Merit: 3912

16th in United Kingdom

Openness: 0.1

78th in United Kingdom

Journal Editors at The Queen's University Belfast

Reviewers from The Queen's University Belfast

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    Ali Eftekhari

    Ali Eftekhari is a professor of chemistry temporarily with the University of Ulster and Queen’s University Belfast at the present. He has worked on energy storage materials for over 20 years. He has founded two internationally recognized research schools providing education and research opportunities for hundreds of graduate students every year. His latest project in Africa was featured by the British newspaper, The Guardian, as an exceptional success story in African higher education. He has also advised different governmental bodies on national science policy. He is the principal author of over 100 papers published in leading scholarly journals, and edited some research books (two recently published by the Royal Society of Chemistry). His latest book on conductive polymers went for reprinting just two months after first release. He has supervised over 110 postdoctoral researchers and postgraduate students. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) and the Institute of Materials, Minerals, and Mining (IMMM). Following his outstanding contributions to academia, he was elected as a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

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    Alan Stitt

    Interested in retinal vascular disease, angiogenesis, vascular stem cell biology and diabetic microvascular complications

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    Reinhold J Medina

    Interest in Vascular Stem Cell Biology, Diabetes Research, and Cellular Senescence.

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    Tim Curtis

    Interested in microvascular physiology, pathobiology and ocular therapeutics

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    Andrew Byrne

    Veterinary epidemiologist working in the Agri-food and Biosciences Institute (AFBI), Belfast. Interested in infectious disease epidemiology, with a particular interest in wildlife.

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    Dina Zoe Belluigi

    My experience as an academic is inclusive of teaching within higher education studies (HES) and fine art studio practice. The trans-disciplinary field of HES draws from critical culture studies and social science; in my own work, I have brought to bear my background from fine art, including notions of a post-modernism of resistance (including post-colonialism) and aesthetic and literary theory, with its concerns for representation, interpretation, discourse and ethics.

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    André Großardt

    I am a postdoctoral researcher at Queen's University Belfast, mainly working on questions concerning the interplay of Quantum Mechanics and Gravity.