Throughout his career, Chung Bang Yun has held many additional roles alongside his core employment, such as serving as Editor-in-Chief for an international research journal and holding the presidential position for a number of academic societies.
Academic Case Studies
Professor Peter Squires works in the Faculty of Health and Social Science at the University of Brighton where he heads a team undertaking influential research into various aspects of criminology, including gun crime.
Dr Daniela Ferreira, Senior Lecturer in Respiratory Infection and Vaccinology – Faculty of Clinical Sciences and International Public Health, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. Dr Daniela Ferreira It all began when Dolly the sheep was cloned and the human genome was sequenced. These remarkable events were all over the news…>
The University of Southampton Malaysia opened in 2012 as a branch campus for engineering. Could you take us through the development stages of the new campus and the role it plays within the University of Southampton? In around 2008, the University of Southampton was invited by the Malaysian Government to…>
My lifelong career love affair has only ever been with bioscience and Molecular Biology, but what a huge, fascinating, awesome world that is. I am so grateful to be able to potter about in my corner of it and marvel at the rest. I took my undergraduate degree in Molecular…>
Professor Sally Theobald, Chair in Social Science and International Health, Faculty of Clinical Sciences and International Public Health. Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM). I spent my teenage years in Malawi and saw first-hand how poverty was experienced differently for women and men. I became aware of a marked difference…>
What prompted your decision to move and work at the Universiti Technologi Brunei (UTB)? I moved recently to work at UTB as a Professor of Food Chemistry in the School of Applied Sciences and Mathematics. I had been appointed earlier, but I had to join later due to prior work…>
Paul Maloret: Head of the Centre for Learning Disability Studies (tCLDS), University of Hertfordshire. Paul Maloret My interest in learning disabilities was sparked during work at a summer camp in the US. The camp happened to be a special needs camp and, while I expected to work exclusively in the kitchen,…>
Laura Abbott: From Independent Midwife To Senior Lecturer in Midwifery. Laura Abbott Following 5 years of employment as a Registered General Nurse specialising in intensive care, I trained as a Registered Midwife and worked as an independent midwife. In this role, I was responsible for a group of pregnant women who…>
Susan Murray, Principal Lecturer in Engineering: from Industry to Academia. My aunt worked in Engineering: she used to make the original microchips for Motorola, something that I found fascinating when I was a young girl. At School, I managed to get my parents to fight for me to do…>