Innovation and Professional Development; School of Arts, Media and Computer Games: Taught to the MProf in Computer Games Development this module requires students to develop an innovative solution to an identifiable problem that sits beyond their current expertise. The student cohort is a mix of disciplines, including technology, art, design and sound production. Students must work in the face of an uncertain programme of research and development. Students are required to reflect on their development and how it has contributed to their professional practice.
Research Methods; Graduate School: Research Methods is a University-wide module delivered to all our post-graduate taught students. The module develops literature review skills, proposal writing and statistics at Masters level. The module draws on experts from across Abertay to provide insight into the nature of research at Masters level and to guide the production of a research proposal. For statistics teaching, the approach used is problem-led and the module instils in students how to select the right statistics in a given context.
Advanced Systems Biology in Biomedicine; School of Science, Engineering and Technology: Taught to Honours students on the BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science and BSc (Hons) Applied Biomedical Science, this module provides an integrative perspective on the role of systems biology and underpinning experimental systems in understanding and managing diseases, with a particular focus on cancer. Systems biology offers both a conceptual and a technical framework for integrating diverse, multi-scale, multi-stream data in bioscience generally.
Visiting Fellow, Department of Computer Science, University of York, 2011-
External examiner, Media School, Bournemouth University, 2011-
QAA Scotland Enhancement Theme for Research-Teaching linkages. Institutional Contact, 2007