Dr Jennifer Wilkinson
Jennifer undertook her undergraduate degree at Newcastle University in the Department of Religious Studies. She went on to undertake a Master’s Degree and PhD at Durham University in the Department of Theology and Religion in the field of New Testament Studies/Classics. She is a tutor at St John’s College. Her current research interests include health/healing and magic in the first century Levant.
Jennifer combines these research interests with her role as a Senior Teacher at Newcastle University in the Faculty of Medicine and as a Tutor at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London University. Jennifer supervises and teaches both undergraduates and postgraduates in subjects relating to clinical design and research.
Her expertise includes clinical epidemiology and clinical trial methodology in clinical trials of investigational medicinal products, advanced therapy medicinal products, devices and complex interventions. She was a member of the North East Research Design Service where she advised on academic grant applications to national funding bodies and is also co-applicant on a number of prestigious national awards. Jennifer’s research interests also included epidemiological population-based audit studies in the North of England and Scotland, in association with the Scotland & Newcastle Lymphoma Group. She continues to publish her collaborations in academic journals.
Jennifer lives in rural Northumberland with her husband, David, and her interests include travel, music, piano, the cinema and walking.