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Research

About

Waterfront

The University of Suffolk is very proud to be home to a vibrant and dynamic research community with a range of specialist academic expertise.

Suffolk Institute for Social and Economic Research

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SISER provides interdisciplinary research on domestic abuse; sexual abuse; online risk; social migration; youth justice and youth unemployment.

Research Institutes

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We have a range of specialist research institutes at the University of Suffolk.

Digital Civility

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The University aims to increase digital civility and improve the online safety of students in relation to online abuse, harassment, and hate crime.

PhD Study

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Working closely with academics in one of our research areas you will have an excellent experience here in Ipswich as a PhD student and make a valued contribution.

Suffolk Research Blog

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The Research Blog is a space for all research-active staff and anyone else interested in maximising research impact in any discipline to share their current work.

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Research Governance

The University of Suffolk is committed to maintaining the highest standards of integrity and excellence in research. 

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Research Ethics

University of Suffolk is committed to ensuring research undertaken by its staff and students is of the highest professional standard.

Our People

Introduction Professor Emma Bond is Director of Research and Head of the Graduate School at the University of Suffolk.  She is Professor of Socio-Technical Research and also Director of the Suffolk Institute of Social and Economic Research (SISER).  Emma is a Senior Fellow of the ...

Andreea has worked for the University of Suffolk since September 2010 as a Research Associate. She became a Senior Research Associate in 2013. Since August 2014, Andreea has acted as the University of Suffolk Research Development Manager. She has a Master degree in Quantitative Ec...

Olumide is a Research Fellow at the University of Suffolk. She has a cross-disciplinary research experience straddling both economics and sociology. Her core specialisms are in applying economic and sociological methods in the fields of domestic abuse, social exclusion, health equi...

Katie joined the University of Suffolk in 2017 after graduating with a MSc in Mental Health Research with distinction from the University of Nottingham. Katie is a member of the Suffolk Institute of Social and Economic Research (SISER). Since joining the University of Suffolk, Ka...

Katrina joined the University of Suffolk in October 2017 as the Postgraduate Research Administrator within the Graduate School and deals with all things PhD.  Prior to this, Katrina has worked in Research Administration and Events Management roles for the University of Aberdeen, K...

Prior to joining the University of Suffolk in January 2019, Fiona has significant experience in the voluntary sector specialising in working to empower and support culturally diverse communities and marginalised communities in the East of England. She has completed a Bachelor of Civ...

Following her work as a teacher and teacher trainer in Leicester and London, Clare has spent over 15 years researching and evaluating ways to support progression across educational sectors. This has included working closely with many different organisations including the Royal Acade...

Professor Nic Bury's research interests are broad and includes aquatic toxicology, stress physiology and environmental monitoring. He supports the 3Rs (refinement, reduction and replacement) approach in animal research and part of his research includes the development of alternative...

Dr Harvey Osborne is the Course Leader for History at the University of Suffolk. He is a historian of modern Britain with a particular interest in the history of the countryside and rural society. He completed his BA (First Class), MA and PhD at the University of Lancaster, the latt...

Qualifications PhD in Sociology (2000) and Master in Social Research Methods from Manchester University (1997) ...

Professor David Gill is Professor of Archaeological Heritage and Director of Heritage Futures at the University of Suffolk. He serves as the RSA Heritage Chamption for the Central Region. ...

DProf, MSc, BSc (Hons), CTCert, PGCE, SFHEA Career Overview Ruth is an Associate Professor and the Subject Head for Radiography and Interprofessional Learning in the School of Health Sciences at the University of Suffolk. Ruth is a Diagnostic Radiographer by background. She has bee...