Beth Greenhough is a Fellow in Geography and teaches undergraduates in human and environmental geography.

She is a Professor of Human Geography at the School of Geography and the Environment, where she lectures on Environmental Geographies, Geographies of Nature and on the Masters course in Nature, Society and Environmental Governance.

Beth Greenhough’s research is concerned with the ways in which humans, animals and microbes become resources for biomedical research, including studying how people are recruited as biobank donors or clinical trial subjects and the use of animals in biomedical research. She argues that we can gain insights into the relationships between humans and their environment in the twenty-first century by exploring the ways human bodies and animal bodies are accessed, produced and commodified as resources for biomedical exploration.

You can read more about her work and current projects on her Departmental webpage or follow her @BethJGreenhough.