Dr Anne-Marie Martindale Ba, Ma, PGCE, PhD

Researcher Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology


Research Overview

I am currently undertaking exploring the relationship between feeling excluded and early engagement with alternative ideologies- those critical of the mainstream.

I am also continuing to disseminate the findings of earlier research into the relationship between faces, embodied identities and acquired facial 'disfigurements'.



Research Interest 1

The impact of community and national health policies and initiatives. Most recently I have been working as a member of the HACCRu Team on an evaluation of the Care Quality Commission (November 2014-June 2015).

My doctoral interests lie in the relationship between faces, embodiment and identity. I am particularly interested in acquired facial 'disfigurement', experimental facial transplantation and identity shift.

Research Collaborations

Dilemmas in Health


Changing Culture Research Theme


Myself and colleagues are collaborating with members of the network to examine the impacts of multi-disciplinary arts based interventions on health outcomes.

Fit for Work Group


Member of the group working on sickness and return to work related projects.