What our Academics Say

Dr Rebekah White, Stipendiary Lecturer in Psychology

I discovered Psychology in my third year at Australian National University and delighted in the breadth of the subject. I vividly remember the joy I felt after my first Cognitive Psychology lecture.

Dr Roberto Salguero-Gómez (Fellow in Ecology)

I joined Pembroke in 2018, where I serve as a Tutorial Fellow in Ecology. In addition to the vibrant conversations with other academics and staff in college, I deeply enjoy interacting with my undergraduate and postgraduate students.

Professor Kevin Talbot (Head of the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences)

I am a medical doctor specialising in diseases of the nervous system (brain and nerves). I am also a neuroscientist, and my research is focussed on understanding the mechanisms and finding treatments for motor neuron diseases, like amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

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Ben Page (Stipendiary Lecturer in Philosophy)

When I left school I had absolutely no intention of going to university. I didn't even bother filling out an application form because all I wanted to do was play tennis. And yet here we are, many years later, and now the university can't get rid of me! 

Barnabas Aspray (Junior Research Fellow in Religion and the Frontier Challenges)

It took a long time for me to realise that I am a philosophical theologian. My first degree was Computer Science at Exeter University. After that I worked as a software engineer for the BBC. Then I went to Vancouver to complete a Masters in biblical studies, then to Cambridge for a systematic theology MPhil. 

Academics & Associates