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Jones, Rhys

Rhys C. Jones University of Surrey

Professor Rhys C. Jones (BSc. (Hons), MSc., MSc. (Med Sci), EdD, PGCE FE, SFHEA) is the Associate Dean of Education in the Faculty Health and Medical Sciences, at the University of Surrey. His primary research contributions are in the areas of curriculum development and the role of context in statistics education. Rhys’s research interests also focus on mathematical and statistical anxiety, which help to inform strategies to engage and motivate people in these subjects. He has a broad academic background in the areas of biology, chemistry, statistics, and education, and has held lecturing positions at the University of Auckland, Cardiff University, London Southeast College and Birmingham City University. He has taught on a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate courses, including statistics, research methods, biomedical science, nutrition and organic chemistry, mathematics for science, health and well-being, and clinical anatomy and physiology.