Dr Phillip Teasdale
Environment and Technology
I undertook my undergraduate training as a mature student at the University of East Anglia, Norwich UK where I gained a BSc(Hons) in Environmental Sciences in June 1997. Following this I was keen to pursue my studies to a higher level and successfully completed a PhD at Brunel University, West London (awarded in 2005). At this time I was working as a Research Scientist for GAU Radio-analytical within the School of Ocean and Earth Sciences, at the National Oceanography Centre, University of Southampton.
I joined the University of Brighton in 2006 as a Research Fellow and was appointed as a Lecturer and then Senior Lecturer in 2011 and 2012 respectively.
I have previously undertaken coastal consultancy work for the Environment Agency and Hydraulics Research Wallingford.
Whilst working for GAU Radio-analytical, based in the School of Ocean and Earth Sciences at the University of Southampton, I have authored and co-authored more than twenty-five reports regarding the results of radiochemical analysis of a wide range of environmental samples for various stakeholders associated with the nuclear industry (e.g. UKAEA, BNFL, AWE, RWE NUKEM, Harwell Scientifics).
Since joining the University of Brighton, I have undertaken further coastal consultancy work (2008-2010) for Natural England involving assessment of a number of coastal sites across central and south-eastern England for continued SSSI condition status.
I have previously been a co-opted member of the SET Research Strategy Group.
Over the past four years I served as the Examinations Officer for the Division of Geography and Geology.
I am currently the School Disability and Dyslexia Tutor.