Lana Ghuneim

School of Law

Research Student

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Lana Ghuneim
School of Law
Bartolomé House
Winter Street
S3 7ND

BSc In Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany. Worked at Interpol headquarters in Lyon, France. MPhil in Criminological Research 2010/11, University of Cambridge PhD in Criminology (Oct 2019)

Research interests

The effect of parenting factors on conduct problems among second generation refugee adolescents in Zurich: A longitudinal study.

Supervisors: Dr Adam White and Dr Angela Sorsby.

Access to data set offered by Professor Manuel Eisner at Cambridge University, who is an informal advisor. Research funded by the ESRC.

Research interests: Refugees, honour crimes, violence against women, violence against children

Teaching activities

GTA for Analysing Crime Data

Professional activities and memberships
  • Was awarded the Said Foundation scholarship for the MPhil studies.
  • Schuster, I., Gul, P., Eisner, M., & Ghuneim, L. (2020). Attitudes toward wife beating among female and male adolescents in Jordan. Journal of interpersonal violence.
  • Eisner, M. & Ghuneim, L. (2013). Honor Killing Attitudes amongst Adolescents in Amman, Jordan. Aggressive Behavior, 39(5), 405-417.
  • Ghanem, E., Fritzsche, S., Al-Balushi, M., Hashem,J., Ghuneim, L., Thomer, L., Kalbacher, H., van Endert, P., Wiertz, E., Tampé, R., & Springer, S. (2010). The transporter associated with antigen processing (TAP) is active in a post-ER compartment. Journal of Cell Science, 123 (24), 4271-9.
  • (Document published for Law enforcement employees): Interpol DNA Unit. INTERPOL Global DNA Profiling Survey 2008.