I lecture and run a research group at the University of Bristol. This involves teaching and engaging with undergraduate students in all aspects of their studies as well as cutting edge research in my lab. The research involves mentoring postgraduate students, writing up our results as papers for publication and travelling to present results at conferences around the world.
English includes: the study of literature written in the English language (especially novels, short stories, and poetry), the majority of which comes from Britain, the United States, and Ireland (although English-language literature from any country may be studied, and local or national literature is usually emphasized in any given country); English composition, including writing essays, short stories, and poetry; English language arts, including the study of grammar, usage, and style; and English sociolinguistics, including discourse analysis of written and spoken texts in the English language, the history of the English language, English language learning and teaching, and the study of World Englishes. English linguistics (syntax, morphology, phonetics, phonology, etc.) is usually treated as a distinct discipline, taught in a department of linguistics. (from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_studies)
I run a research group studying blood vessels and how white immune cells are captured from the blood. We also look at how fats in the blood cause new blood vessels to grow. We are also looking at how bacteria stick to heart valves and how we can use new drugs to work as antibiotics.