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Press Office

Welcome to the Press Office

We're here to help you find experts and student case studies and to facilitate interviews or commentary about higher education policy.

Find out more about how we work with journalists and media at Middlesex University.

How to contact us

Our press team

PR Manager

Franca Tranza
Telephone: 020 8411 4316
Mobile: 0776 5273812
Email: f.tranza@mdx.ac.uk

PR Officer

Josh Neicho
Telephone: 020 8411 4505 
Mobile: 07415 877375
Email: j.d.neicho@mdx.ac.uk

PR Officer

Paul Harper
Telephone: 020 8411 3211
Mobile: 07581 031088
Email: p.n.harper@mdx.ac.uk

PR Officer

Sian Honnor
Telephone: 020 8411 2552
Mobile: 07879 608810
Email: s.honnor@mdx.ac.uk

The above landlines are diverted to mobiles during out of hours.

General press contact

Email: pressoffice@MDX.ac.uk

General enquiries

For non-media questions, contact +44 (0)20 8411 5000

Information for journalists

Press releases and news stories

See our latest news stories.

Contact pressoffice@mdx.ac.uk to receive all of our press releases and news stories as they are released.

Media visits and filming

Ask us if you would like to film here about something that is relevant to our work for commercial projects and news.

Advertising enquiries

Senior Marketing & Campaigns Manager

Tom Fry
Email: t.fry@mdx.ac.uk

Find an expert

Our research is aligned to three integrating themes to focus our work on a world that's fairer, healthier and more sustainable. Our staff are experts across different specialists areas and they are happy to talk to the media.

Find out more about our three themes and key contacts below.

  • Our themes

    • Equity and improvements in health and wellbeing

      We work to improve healthcare to create equal opportunities for everyone to live healthy and fulfilling lives. We put our global knowledge into action to promote wellbeing across mental, physical and social health in all parts of society.

      Dr Lisa Marzano is the Theme Director for Equity and improvements in health and wellbeing.

      Find out more about this theme

    • Inclusive socio-economic development and enriching lives through culture

      We believe that entrepreneurship, culture and creativity can build a more equal, caring and prosperous society that enriches the lives of individuals and communities across the world.

      Professor Kurt Barling is the Theme Director for Inclusive socio-economic development and enriching lives through culture.

      Find out more about this theme

    • ¬†Sustainability of communities and the environ¬≠ment

      We work with people around the world so they can make their communities more sustainable and fairer while protecting our planet. Globally, we use our expertise to influence economic, social and environmental policy and practice in response to urgent challenges.

      Dr Johan Siebers is the Theme Director for Sustainability of communities and the environ­ment.

      Find out more about this theme

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