Mr Alexander Izod
After qualifying in 1992 I worked for the NHS as a podiatrist for 12 years. My area of clinical speciality is podiatric biomechanics and orthotics manufacture and I joined the teaching team at UEL as a senior Lecturer in 2004. In my current role I combine teaching podiatric biomechanics, anatomy and clinical practice with research into the impact of early rheumatoid arthritis on the biomechanical function of the lower limb.
Current PhD research project: "What is the impact of early rheumatoid arthritis on the biomechanical function of the lower limb?"
William M Scholl Fund for Podiatric Research and Development
Module Leader - PT5201: Applied Musculoskeletal Practice
Module Leader - PT4203: Human Body - Anatomy of the Lower Limb
Additional Teaching on PT4204: Clinical Podiatry Practice 1
Additional Teaching on PT6202: Clinical podiatry Practice 3
BSc (Hons) Podiatric Medicine