Email
    sarmstrong@lincoln.ac.uk
    Telephone
    01522 88 6179
    Post
    University of Lincoln
    Brayford Pool
    Lincoln
    Lincolnshire
    LN6 7TS
    United Kingdom

    Dr Stephanie Armstrong

    Lecturer in Health Quality Improvement

    School of Health and Social Care
    College of Social Science

    About Stephanie Armstrong

    Stephanie Armstrong is a Research Assistant in College of Social Science.  Stephanie comes to the University of Lincoln from a rather diverse background having begun academic life in the field of Zoology.  She completed a PhD in Zoology from Trinity College, Dublin in 2006, where her work focused on the nutrition and behaviour of large captive herbivores and in particular zebra.  In 2004 she joined Sparsholt College, Hampshire as a lecturer in the Equine Studies section and eventually becoming Head of Department for Animal Management Higher Education.  After being out of the research environment for some time Stephanie made the decision to retrain and embark upon a change of career.  With that in mind she undertook an MSc in Forensic Anthropology at the University of Lincoln, reigniting her passion for research. She also holds degrees in Equine Studies and Herbal Medicine. 

    Department Responsibilities

    Research Assistant for a Wellcome Trust funded project: Network Exploring the Ethics of Ambulance Trials (NEAT).

    Subject Specialism

    Human rights, ethics, disaster management

    Qualifications

    • MSc in Forensic Anthropology — University of Lincoln, 2015
    • BSc (Hons) in Herbal Medicine — University of Lincoln, 2014
    • Pg Cert in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education — University of Portsmouth, 2010
    • PhD entitled Nutritrion, foraging behaviour and space use by plains zebra (E. burchelli). — Trinity College Dublin, 2006
    • BA (Hons) in Equine Studies — University of Coventry, 2000

    Research Group Memberships

    Research Projects

    • Network Exploring the Ethics of Ambulance Trials (NEAT) — Awarded £49,000 by Wellcome Trust in 2016

    Research in the Lincoln Repository

    Report a problem with this page