Faculty:Faculty of Medical Science
Department:Medicine and Healthcare Science
Areas of Expertise: Life sciences
Nicky is a registered biomedical scientist with a medical microbiology background. Her research interests are antibiotic resistance and student engagement.
Nicky completed her BSc (Hons) Microbiology degree at Reading University, before working at Addenbrooke’s hospital in Cambridge, where she trained to become a biomedical scientist. She has maintained her registration with the Health & Care Professional Council after joining Anglia Ruskin University as a Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Science.
Nicky is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Medical Sciences as Course Leader for the Foundation Year on a number of undergraduate courses. Currently, she is completing her Professional Doctorate, where she is analysing how students engage with learning documents used in preparation for team-based learning activities.
Milner, N., 2016. Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of Student Engagement with Online Learning Documents. Poster presented at Society for Research in Higher Education Newer Researchers Conference, 6 December, Newport, Wales, UK.
Ludlam, H., Milner, N., Brazier, J., Davies, I.H., Perry, K., Marriott, R.K., Donachie, L. and, Curran, M., 2009. Correspondence in Journal of Medical Microbiology lkt-A encoded Leukotoxin is not a universal virulence factor in invasive Fusobacterium necrophorum infections in animals and man. pp57-58.
Birkett, C., Ludlam, H., Woodford, N., Brown, D., Brown, N., Roberts, M., Milner, N. and Curran, M., 2007. Real-Time Taqman PCR for rapid detection and typing of genes encoding CTX-M extended-beta lactamases. Journal of Medical Microbiology, 56, pp52-55.