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Professor Fiona Matthews

Pro-vice Chancellor Research and Enterprise

Faculty and Department

  • PVC Research and Enterprise Office
  • PVC Research and Enterprise Office

Summary

Professor Fiona Matthews is Pro-Vice Chancellor (Research and Enterprise) and the University of Hull. She started the role in October 2023 having previously been Dean of Research and Innovation in the Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Newcastle. They are responsible for development of research and enterprise across the University, ensuring that development of research excellence is undertaken within an environment that provides a supportive research culture.

Externally they have held a number of roles within UKRI panels, including chair of ESRC Grant Assessment Panel and deputy chair of MRC Skills Development Fellowships. They are currently a member of the UK Future Leadership Scheme Panel.

Research interests include utilising and developing start of the art analysis methods to investigate ageing, healthy life expectancy and autism utlising population based studies and routine data. A primary focus of their work is to investigate inequalities in population health.

Fiona is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.

Recent outputs

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Journal Article

Health conditions in spousal caregivers of people with dementia and their relationships with stress, caregiving experiences, and social networks: longitudinal findings from the IDEAL programme

Sabatini, S., Martyr, A., Hunt, A., Gamble, L. D., Matthews, F. E., Thom, J. M., …Clare, L. (2024). Health conditions in spousal caregivers of people with dementia and their relationships with stress, caregiving experiences, and social networks: longitudinal findings from the IDEAL programme. BMC Geriatrics, 24(1), Article 171. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12877-024-04707-w

Comorbid health conditions and their impact on social isolation, loneliness, quality of life, and well-being in people with dementia: longitudinal findings from the IDEAL programme

Sabatini, S., Martyr, A., Hunt, A., Gamble, L. D., Matthews, F., Thom, J. M., …Clare, L. (2024). Comorbid health conditions and their impact on social isolation, loneliness, quality of life, and well-being in people with dementia: longitudinal findings from the IDEAL programme. BMC Geriatrics, 24, Article 23. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12877-023-04601-x

Living well with dementia: An exploratory matched analysis of minority ethnic and white people with dementia and carers participating in the IDEAL programme

Victor, C. R., Gamble, L. D., Pentecost, C., Quinn, C., Charlwood, C., Matthews, F. E., & Clare, L. (2024). Living well with dementia: An exploratory matched analysis of minority ethnic and white people with dementia and carers participating in the IDEAL programme. International journal of geriatric psychiatry, 39(1), Article e6048. https://doi.org/10.1002/gps.6048

Dyadic perspectives on loneliness and social isolation among people with dementia and spousal carers: findings from the IDEAL programme

Rippon, I., Victor, C. R., Martyr, A., Matthews, F. E., Quinn, C., Rusted, J. M., …Clare, L. (in press). Dyadic perspectives on loneliness and social isolation among people with dementia and spousal carers: findings from the IDEAL programme. Aging and Mental Health, 1-9. https://doi.org/10.1080/13607863.2023.2286618

Study protocol for development and validation of a single tool to assess risks of stroke, diabetes mellitus, myocardial infarction and dementia: DemNCD-Risk

Kootar, S., Huque, M. H., Kiely, K. M., Anderson, C. S., Jorm, L., Kivipelto, M., …Anstey, K. J. (2023). Study protocol for development and validation of a single tool to assess risks of stroke, diabetes mellitus, myocardial infarction and dementia: DemNCD-Risk. BMJ open, 13(9), Article e076860. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2023-076860

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