Menu

Search

Alex White

PhD Candidate in History, University of Cambridge
Alex White is a PhD student at the University of Cambridge, where his work focuses on anti-colonial radio broadcasting and its influence in British East Africa. He uses government records, broadcasting archives and memoirs to reconstruct the complex role of radio in promoting radical politics and unsettling the colonial state.

He is the author of several academic articles, including 'Broadcasting Brotherhood? Interactive Diplomacy and Postcolonial Identity in Kol Yisrael’s African Services, 1960-1966' (2022) and 'Who Will Overthrow Imperialism with Me? Culture and Interactivity in Anti-Colonial Radio for Africans, 1956-1964' (2020). He also works as a freelance writer, and his articles about politics and culture have appeared in New Lines, World Politics Review, Africa is a Country and +972 Magazine.

  More

Less

Alex Wodak

Emeritus Consultant, St Vincent's Hospital, Darlinghurst

Dr Alex Wodak AM was Director of the Alcohol and Drug Service, St. Vincent's Hospital, Sydney (1982-2012) but is now an Emeritus Consultant. Dr. Wodak is President of the Australian Drug Law Reform Foundation, and a Director of Australia21 and was President of the International Harm Reduction Association (1996-2004). He helped establish the first needle syringe programme and the first medically supervised injecting centre in Australia (when both were pre-legal) and often works in developing countries on HIV control among injecting drug users.

  More

Less

Alex Yates

Postgraduate Researcher in Politics, Languages & International Studies, University of Bath
I am a postgraduate researcher in the Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies at the University of Bath. My research focuses on the adversarial responses of mainstream political parties, in Europe and The USA, to populism. Specifically, I am concerned with how these responses have had the double effect of both marginalising dissent from neoliberal governance, and mainstreaming far-right ideas through euphemising racism as 'populist'.

  More

Less

Alex Yeandle

Research Review Writer, Nuffield Politics Research Centre, University of Oxford
I am a research review writer at the Nuffield Politics Research Centre, and a PhD student in political science at the London School of Economics. I research the political consequences of technological change, ranging from the rollout of BBC radio in 1920s England to recent expansions of mobile phone networks across Sub-Saharan Africa. I'm also interested in how voters respond to economic and political information, forming the basis of a range of work in Britain. Before moving to the LSE, I studied for an MPhil in Politics (Comparative Government) and a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the University of Oxford.

  More

Less

Alex A. Moulton

Assistant Professor of Geography and Environmental Science, Hunter College
Dr. Alex Moulton earned his PhD in Geography from Clark University, with a MS in Geography from East Carolina University and a BSc in Geography and Geology from the University of the West Indies, Mona. His research examines Black geographical epistemologies and history, ecological justice, community resource governance, landscape legacies of colonization, and political ecology of environmental change. Working at the intersection of critical social science, the environmental humanities, and physical geography, his research draws on a range of methodologies and epistemologies. Prior to Hunter College, Dr. Moulton was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville with previous teaching appointments at Middle Tennessee State University and the University of the West Indies, Jamaica.

  More

Less

Alex M. McComber

Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, McGill University
Research Interests: Alex has been involved with the Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project, long-standing CBPR project since 1994 which has been associated with PRAM. His research and academic interests include diabetes prevention, Indigenous health promotion, community mobilization, mentorship, personal empowerment and Indigenous research methodologies.

Projects: Alex is Director of the Quebec Indigenous Mentorship Network, Director of the Kahnawake Indigenous Youth Mentorship Project, part of a larger national CIHR Pathways 2 project. He is an active participant with the SPOR Diabetes Action Canada project as a patient partner. Alex is also a co-investigator with the new Network Environment for Indigenous Health Research which will be hosted by McGill University.

Alex is also involved with Indigenous focussed curriculum development for medical residents to develop and nurture cultural safety when working with Indigenous patients and community, and is a coordinator in the development of a partnership between Family Medicine, McGill University and the Indigenous Health Centre of Tiohtiake.

  More

Less

Alexa Delbosc

PhD in Civil Engineering (Transport), Monash University

MA in Social Psychology, Harvard University

  More

Less

Alexa Dodge

Assistant Professor of Criminology, Saint Mary’s University
Dr. Alexa Dodge is a critical criminologist and socio-legal scholar with research and teaching interests in the areas of digital criminology, technology-facilitated violence, sexual violence, feminist criminology, criminal law, and restorative justice.

  More

Less

Alexa Gaucher-Holm

Master of Science student, School of Nutrition, Université Laval
I am a registered dietitian, passionate about public health nutrition. My aim is to participate in the development, implementation and evaluation of interventions that incentivize and promote healthy, equitable and sustainable diets at a population level.

After completing my BSc in Human Nutrition at McGill University, I joined Dr Vanderlee's lab (Université Laval) which focuses on all things food environments and nutrition policy. After a year of working as a Research Professional under Dr Vanderlee's supervision, I began my MSc. My MSc thesis, which was submitted in May 2024, aimed to evaluate the structure, commitments and policies of food and beverage manufacturing and retailing sectors in Canada to create healthier food environments.

  More

Less

Alexander Carter

Research Fellow, University of Birmingham
Alex Carter is a Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham’s Institute for STEMM in Culture and Society (ISTEMMICS).

Alex has worked for over a decade as a researcher and practitioner in the fields of anti-racism, counter-extremism, and equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI). He has published research on terrorism, extremism, radicalisation, the Northern Irish Troubles and fascism & anti-fascism.

His first book, Cumulative Extremism: A Comparative Historical Analysis, was published in Routledge's Fascism and the Far Right book series.

  More

Less

Alexander Crizzle

Assistant Professor, University of Saskatchewan
Alexander Crizzle is a Gerontologist and Assistant Professor in the School of Public Health at the University of Saskatchewan. His interests are within the field of road safety that includes assessments for determining the ability to drive safely, commercial motor vehicle safety and alternative transportation, particularly in rural areas. He is leading a large CIHR team on developing evidence-based fitness to drive guidelines (funded by CIHR), as well as leads multiple studies on truck driver health and wellness and its impact on driver performance (Funded by WorkSafe BC and Alberta's Ministry of Labour). He's also leading a provincial study on developing a proposed alternative transportation system that is feasible and sustainable (funded by Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation). Dr. Crizzle is a member of the dementia and driving team, as part of the larger Canadian Consortium for Neurodegeneration and Aging initiative, to develop interventions for driving cessation in those with early to mid-stage dementia and their caregivers. He is also a member of the Canadian Driving Research Initiative for Vehicular Safety in the Elderly (Candrive), an interdisciplinary health-related research program dedicated to improving the safety of older drivers.

  More

Less

Alexander German

Professor of Small Animal Medicine, University of Liverpool
Alex German holds the position of Royal Canin Professor of Small Animal Medicine at the University of Liverpool. He qualified with honours from the University of Bristol in 1994, and completed his PhD at the same institution in 2000. He is a Diplomat of the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, a Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Recognised Specialist in Internal Medicine, a Fellow of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

  More

Less

Alexander Hübner

Postdoctoral Researcher in Archaeogenetics, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
I am studying the microbiome of ancient and modern metagenomic samples that are associated with humans.

  More

Less

Alexander Kwarteng

Senior Lecturer in Immunology of Infectious Diseases, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST)
My background is in molecular biomedicine and I have invested several years of research in host-pathogen interaction. In addition to this, I have been involved in a number of studies that focus on the microbiome in parasite infections in Ghana. However, the increasing prevalence of infectious diseases in Ghana and other African countries ignited my passion to focus on the use of bioinformatics tools to understand underlying genomic and immunology presentations of diseases and other medical conditions, as well as the use of social determinants to understand how people perceive the disease. I am excited to contribute to the training of postgraduates and postdoctoral fellows.

  More

Less

Alexander McClelland

Assistant Professor, Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Carleton University
Alexander McClelland, PhD., is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Carleton University. His current research is funded by both CIHR and SSHRC, where he examines issues of incarceration, surveillance, public health, and policing. He was a SSHRC Banting Postdoctoral Fellow with Department of Criminology, University of Ottawa.

  More

Less

Alexander Olawaiye

Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences, University of Pittsburgh
Dr. Olawaiye is the director of gynecologic cancer research at Magee-Women’s hospital of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, he has overseen multiple clinical research projects. He is also the Gynecologic Oncology Group Foundation principal investigator for the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute and in this role and has collaborated with multiple clinical scientists across the country to conduct phases I, II and III studies. As well as a co-principal investigator on the joint University of Pittsburgh/Roswell Park Cancer Institute ovarian cancer SPORE program. Dr. Olawaiye also studies chemotherapeutic agents and their complications along with mentoring many younger clinicians to begin their academic careers.

  More

Less

Alexander Rozental

Adjunct Researcher, Karolinska Institutet
After graduating from the study programme in psychology in 2011 with a MSc I worked as a clinical psychologist at an outpatient psychiatric care unit and as an adjunct lecturer at the Centre for Psychiatry Research at Karolinska Institutet. I became a Licensed Psychologist in Sweden in 2012 and have continued doing part-time clinical work in different settings ever since. I finished my PhD at the Department of Psychology at Stockholm University in 2017 with a doctoral thesis on the negative effects of Internet-based cognitive behaviour therapy. After my dissertation I spent almost two years as a researcher at the Great Ormond Street Hospital Institute of Child Health at University College London. I completed a post doctoral position at the Centre for Psychiatry Research at Karolinska Institutet in 2021, where I am presently an Adjunct Researcher, doctoral supervisor, and principal investigator for the implementation of patient-controlled admissions to inpatient care in Region Stockholm. Since 2021, I am an Associate Professor and Study Director at the Department of Psychology at Uppsala University, and since 2022 I am the Editor-in-Chief for the journal Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.

  More

Less

Alexander Skeels

Postdoctoral Researcher, Macroevolution and Macroecology Group, Australian National University
I am a evolutionary biologist and biogeographer currently working as a postdoc in the Macroevolution and Macroecology Group at the Australian National University (ANU). Before this, I did a postdoc in the Ecosystems and Landscape Evolution Group at ETH Zürich and the Swiss Federal Research Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape (WSL), and a PhD at the ANU.

I’m interested in finding links between biogeographic diversity patterns and the macroevolutionary histories of the plant and animal clades that contribute to them. One of my main interests is the origins of biodiversity hotspots, such as those found in tropical rainforests, mountain ranges, or Mediterranean-type ecosystems. I am also interested in understanding how these regions, and the taxa found within them, are vulnerable to global change. To explore these topics, I analyse spatial, phylogenetic, and ecological trait data with simulation modelling and phylogenetic comparative approaches.

  More

Less

Alexander Verry

Researcher, Department of Zoology, University of Otago

  More

Less

Alexander Claus Winkler

Research Associate, Rhodes University
I am a coastal fisheries scientist focusing on recreational fisheries management and coastal fish movement ecology. I have PhD from Rhodes University (graduated in 2019), during which I investigated the coastal movement of a large iconic game fish species in Southern Angola. Following my Ph.D. I took up a position as a junior researcher at the CCMAR in Faro Portugal, where I investigated the movement behavior of a large coastal fish species using state-of-the-art electronic tagging techniques. I am currently holding a joint research position at Rhodes and the South African Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity (SAIAB)

  More

Less

Alexander Sasha Kondakov

Assistant Professor, Sociology, University College Dublin
Alexander Sasha Kondakov, PhD, is an assistant professor at the School of Sociology, University College Dublin, Ireland. His truly international experience includes holding positions in the University of Helsinki’s major research centre in Russian and Eurasian studies, Aleksanteri Institute, and Russia's liberal European University at St. Petersburg, as well as research jobs at the Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars in Washington, DC, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the United States. Alexander studied sociology of law at the International Institute for the Sociology of Law in Spain. Kondakov’s work is primarily focused on law and sexuality studies, more specifically on queer sexualities. His latest research on violence against LGBT people in Russia has gotten attention in the international and Russian media. Kondakov’s studies were published in such journals as Sexualities, Social & Legal Studies, Feminist Legal Studies, and European Journal of Criminology. The research on anti-queer violence concluded with an open-access book 'Violent Affections: Queer sexuality, techniques of power, and law in Russia'. The book is available for free download on UCL Press website, as well as in other formats for various prices.

  More

Less

Alexander Tahkwakin Duncan

PhD Candidate, Institute for Oceans and Fisheries, University of British Columbia
Committed to advancing Indigenous rights and interests in the Laurentian Great Lakes and beyond through ethical fisheries research.

  More

Less

Alexandra Allen-Franks

Lecturer and Co-director of the New Zealand Centre for Human Rights Law, Policy and Practice, University of Auckland, Waipapa Taumata Rau
I have recently completed a PhD (awaiting formal conferral) at the University of Cambridge on issues concerning the law of evidence, human rights, civil procedure and criminal procedure.

I currently teach Trade Marks and Related Rights, the Law of Evidence and Legal Foundations at the University of Auckland and am enrolled barrister and solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand (not currently practising).

  More

Less

Alexandra Boutros

Associate Professor of Cultural and Communication Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University
After receiving my PhD in Communication Studies from McGill University in 2006, and prior to joining Laurier, I was a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Religion and Media at New York University (2006-2008). My research and scholarly work falls within the fields of Communication and Cultural Studies. I was on-site chair of the Canadian Association for Cultural Studies from 2012-2016. I am currently book review editor for TOPIA: Canadian Journal for Cultural Studies. I am also currently the president of the Canadian branch of IASPM (International Association for the Study of Popular Music).
My research is generally concerned with the intersection of media, technology, and identity within the context of religious, social and cultural movements. I have worked extensively within the field of religion and media with my own work exploring Haitian Vodou in the diaspora, how new media and technology shape diasporic experience, and representations of Vodou and Voodoo in popular culture.

Other research focuses on social networking around conceptualizations of the Black diaspora and Black technologized subjectivity. This work takes many forms, most extensively in an examination of hip hop as both alternative media and public discourse in Canada.

Recent work on social networking and alternative media explores discourses of alternative health.

  More

Less

Alexandra Bridges

Project Manager, Keepers of the Circle

  More

Less

Alexandra Crosby

Lecturer, Interdisciplinary Design Studies, University of Technology Sydney

Alexandra Crosby is a lecturer in Interdisciplinary Design and a research fellow at the Institute for Interactive Media and Learning.

Her research focuses on emerging forms of environmentalism and the the role of creative practices in culturally-specific forms of activism. She is a member of the Cities Network at Sydney University.

She speaks Indonesian and has worked extensively on cross-cultural art and media projects in the Asia-Pacific region.

Alexandra is a board member of Inside Indonesia and an artist for the Yurt Empire.

  More

Less

Alexandra Digby

Adjunct Assistant professor of Economics, University of Rochester
I graduated with a PhD in economic history from the University of Cambridge. After that I worked for a short time at the Economist as an assistant editor during which time I published articles on financial and economic history. I am now employed as an adjunct Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Rochester and as Assistant Professor of Economics at Minerva University. My co-writers are employed by Minerva University.

  More

Less

Alexandra Ehrhardt

Ph.D. Candidate in Psychology, Wayne State University
A second-year doctoral candidate working with Dr. Hannah Schacter and the ARC lab, Alexandra has an M.S. in Clinical Research Methods from Fordham University and a B.S. of Cell & Molecular Biology from Tulane University. Her research interests include stress and inflammatory markers in contexts as well as relationships as protective factors.

  More

Less

Alexandra Gibson

Senior Lecturer in Health Psychology, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington
Ally Gibson (MRSNZ) is a senior lecturer and acting programme director in Health Psychology. Ally currently holds a Marsden Fast-Start Fellowship with the Royal Society - Te Apārangi, leading research on people's experiences of mobile dating during the COVID-19 pandemic in Aotearoa New Zealand.

She has over 10 years' experience conducting a range of qualitative research projects relating to health, illness, and the practice of medicine. Her work is interdisciplinary, bridging health psychology, the sociology of health and illness, and public health. She is particularly interested in: mobile dating and intimacy; sexual and reproductive health; issues of gender, sexuality and identity; people's experiences of and responses to pressing health challenges (e.g., cancer; COVID-19); and concerns and experiences of inequity, marginalisation, and vulnerability in health.

  More

Less

Alexandra Hogan

Mathematical epidemiologist, UNSW Sydney
Dr Alexandra Hogan is an infectious disease epidemiologist at UNSW Sydney. She uses mathematical models of respiratory virus transmisison to estimate the burden of disease and predict the value of vaccination strategies. Dr Hogan is a member of the World Health Organization Immunization and vaccines related implementation research advisory committee (IVIR-AC).

  More

Less

Alexandra Kviat

Research fellow, University of Leicester
Alexandra Kviat is a Research Fellow at the School of Media, Communication and Sociology and the Institute for Digital Culture, University of Leicester. She works across the fields of consumer and service research, cultural and media studies, urban sociology and human geography. Her interdisciplinary research projects have explored the relationship between digital technology, urban space and everyday consumption in the context of the hospitality, retail and leisure industries. Alexandra's work has been supported by the Leverhulme Trust, the Economic and Social Research Council, the University of Warwick Institute of Advanced Study and Chancellor's International Scholarship, and the Fulbright Program.

Alexandra's areas of expertise include:

- cafes and other 'third places';
- post-digital culture;
- digital disconnection and detox;
- board game culture;
- servicescape design.

  More

Less

Alexandra Mislin

Associate Professor of Management, American University
Professor Mislin’s research focuses on negotiation and conflict management. She studies how aspects of social exchange (e.g., trust, reciprocity, emotions) influence cooperation and conflict. Her work bridges the fields of management, experimental economics, and social psychology, leading to scholarly as well as practical insights on organizational life.

Alexandra (Alex) Mislin’s interdisciplinary research is premised on the view that negotiated agreements alone do not lead to desired outcomes. She studies how trust violations and repair, the tracking of obligations, and social curiosity motivate cooperation. Her research has been published in leading academic journals including Administrative Science Quarterly, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of Applied Psychology, Psychological Science, and the Journal of Economic Psychology. Her courses focus on negotiation strategy and conflict management.

  More

Less

Alexandra Ridgway

Postdoctoral Fellow, RMIT University
Dr Alexandra Ridgway is a sociologist of family, personal and intimate life with particular interests in family breakdown and divorce; family and sexual violence; death and bereavement; and other forms of biographical disruption. Much of her work has examined these issues in the context of migration. In addition, she has also written on topics pertaining to the fields of health, higher education, leisure sciences and urban studies. Alexandra has a particular passion for qualitative research and a strong interest in methodological and writing practices. She currently works for RMIT University and is a Fellow with the Centre for Criminology at The University of Hong Kong.

  More

Less

Alexandra Sherlock

Lecturer, School of Fashion and Textiles, RMIT University
Alexandra is a lecturer in the School of Fashion and Textiles at RMIT University and a member of RMIT’s Academic Board. With a PhD in sociology from the University of Sheffield and a master’s degree in cultural anthropology from UCL she explores the role of material and visual culture in relation to identity and processes of identification. She is also interested in the value of Indigenous knowledge systems for teaching ethical and sustainable fashion and textiles practices.

Between 2010 and 2013 Alexandra worked as the postgraduate researcher on the ESRC-funded research project 'If the Shoe Fits: Footwear Identity and Transition' at the University of Sheffield. Her doctoral research explored the social lives of Clarks Originals shoes. In 2021 she founded the Footwear Research Network to support the ongoing development of academic enquiries into shoes and to enhance academic/industry collaboration.

  More

Less

Alexandra D. Lefcoe

PhD Candidate, Management of Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources, McMaster University
Ali Lefcoe’s research focuses on barriers to work (i.e., major obstacles to quality employment) and barriers at work (i.e., difficulties experienced in carrying out work) and how workers cope with these barriers. These research areas overlap in the sense that some workers (e.g., individuals with disabilities, precarious workers) face both barriers to quality employment, and barriers in the completion of their work with deleterious consequences. Ali has an interest in both qualitative and quantitative research methods, and applies these approaches in her current projects. She has defended her thesis proposal and is scheduled to complete her PhD in early 2024.

  More

Less

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10   
  • Market Data
Close

Welcome to EconoTimes

Sign up for daily updates for the most important
stories unfolding in the global economy.