Edinburgh Napier University

Edinburgh Napier University is a public university in Edinburgh, Scotland with over 19,500 students, including those on-campus in Scotland and the students are based within one of six Schools: Applied Sciences; Health & Social Care; Arts & Creative Industries. Others are based on transnational programmes abroad and online. Based in Scotland’s capital city, Edinburgh Napier University is an innovative university inspired and deeply connected to the world around it. ENU has an international community with over 19,000 students from over 140 countries studying in Edinburgh, overseas with partners and online. They comprise of a huge variety of industry relevant on-campus and online undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, taught and research opportunities and their approach is to combine professional know-how with an academic approach and work-related learning to help our students succeed beyond university. In the 2019 QS Stars international university rankings, the quality of teaching, internationalisation and employability were all recognised, with the University scoring five stars in each category. The University overall scored four stars.

Message from Dean of Applied Sciences

We are delighted to be working in collaboration with Spectrum to deliver exciting and relevant programmes in microbiology, biotechnology and the biomedical sciences. These disciplines are key to the development of Sri Lanka’s economy and indeed the global economy. At Edinburgh Napier University our degree programmes are informed by our employers and by our research, thereby combining the optimum balance of theory and practices, to equip our graduates for success in today’s competitive global job market.We have a long history of successfully delivering our programmes with educational partners overseas including Hong Kong and Singapore, and look forward to developing our relationship with Spectrum for thebenefit of our students in Sri Lanka.

Gary Hutchison
Dean of Applied Sciences
Edinburgh Napier University

International Faculty

Dr Arthur Robinson

Programme Leader – BSc (Hons) Microbiology & Biotechnology programme (Sri Lanka), Module Leader – Research Project (4th Year) & Molecular Genetics (3rd Year), Edinburgh Napier University.

Dr Sophie Foley

Module Leader – Food Microbiology & Biotechnology (3rd Year), Edinburgh Napier University.

Dr Donald Morrison

Module Leader – Medical Microbiology (3rd Year), Edinburgh Napier University.

Dr Nicole Payton

Module Leader – Applications ofMolecular Biology (4th Year), Edinburgh Napier University.

Dr Fiona Stainsby

Module Leader – Biotechnology – Industry, and Environment (4th Year), Edinburgh Napier University.

Dr Janis MacCallum

Module Leader – Cellular andMolecular Immunology (4th Year), Edinburgh Napier University.

Dr Lorna Proudfoot

Module Leader – Immunology (3rd Year), Edinburgh Napier University.

Dr Aimeric Blaud

Module Leader – Environmental Microbiology & Biotechnology (3rd Year), Edinburgh Napier University.

MDr Nick Wheelhouse

Module Leader – Scientific Communication – Dissertation &Statistics (3rd Year), Edinburgh Napier University.

Dr Claire Garden

Module Leader – Scientific Inquiry (2nd Year), Edinburgh Napier University.

Dr Samantha Campbell Casey

Module Leader – Biochemistry (2nd Year), Edinburgh Napier University.