Technical Specialist/ Safety Officer:
I gained my first degree in Physical Sciences majoring in Chemistry from Robert Gordon's University in Aberdeen in 1981. Whilst working at the University of Bournemouth I gained my MPhil in soil amino acid analysis. I took up my post in Micromorphology at the University of Stirling in 1997 later gaining my degree in Computing Science. I operate four laboratories in Biological & Environmental Sciences (BES) supporting research and consultancy in Geoarchaeology. Since my appointment as Safety Officer in BES I gained my NEBOSH general safety certificate. I am a member of the Institute of Science & Technology and a Registered Scientist.
MPhil: (University of Bournemouth)
BSc: Physical Sciences (Robert Gordon's University Aberdeen)
Beavis J & MacLeod G (1996) Amino acid studies. In: Bell M, Fowler PJ, Hillson SW (ed.). The Experimental Earthwork Project: 1960-1992. CBA Research Report, 100, York: Council for British Archaeology, pp. 121-126.