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Mr Mark Roughley

Biography

Mark is a Lecturer in 3D Digital Art and programme leader for the MA Art in Science programme at Liverpool School of Art and Design. Mark is also a member of the Face Lab research group that explores faces and art-science applications. Mark trained as a medical artist, gaining his MSc in Medical Art from the University of Dundee, and specialises in visualising anatomy through 3D data acquisition, modelling and fabrication. Mark’s research focuses on the affordances that 3D digital technologies allow for both digital and haptic interaction with anatomical and cultural artefacts.

Mark is the host of Liverpool LASER Talks. LASER (Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous) is an international programme of evening gatherings that bring artists and scientists together for informal presentations and conversations on art, science and technology

Mark also teaches Life Art (drawing) in the school and is a member of the university's Research Ethics Committee.

Art and Science are often seen as two different entities with very separate ideas of what constitutes research. The MA Art in Science at Liverpool School of Art and Design aims to bring together artists and scientists to explore collaborative approaches in Art and Science research and practice. From anatomy to algorithms, pixels to performance, science to semiotics, the programme supports creative curiosity, in partnership with experts across the University and beyond.

Art in Science MA https://www.ljmu.ac.uk/study/courses/postgraduates/art-in-science-ma

Liverpool LASER is part of the worldwide series of Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous (LASER) Talks sponsored by Leonardo, the International Society for Art, Sciences and Technology (Leonardo/ISAST). LASER talks are an international programme of free evening gatherings that bring artists and scientists together for informal presentations and conversations on art, science and technology.

Liverpool LASER https://www.ljmu.ac.uk/microsites/liverpool-laser

As a member of the Face Lab research group, Mark’s 3D modelling, texturing and animation skills, alongside knowledge of CT data reconstruction practice, 3D scanning and 3D printing are used to aid in craniofacial reconstruction and for presentation of facial depictions to public audiences.

Face Lab is part of the ART LABS (Artistic Research and Technologies Labs) Research Centre at Liverpool School of Art and Design. Face Lab focuses on digital creative research. Face Lab explores faces and art-science applications, including craniofacial analysis, 3D/4D facial depiction and animation, and forensic art, using state of the art technology.

Face Lab https://www.ljmu.ac.uk/research/centres-and-institutes/face-lab

Mark graduated with BA (Hons) Illustration with Animation from Manchester School of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University and went on to specialise as a Medical Illustrator, having gained his MSc in Medical Art from the Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification, in collaboration with the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design at the University of Dundee. Medical Art is the study of anatomy, pathology, medicine and surgery with the aim of creating illustrations, animations, models and innovative designs that push the boundaries of education, communication and teaching with reliable accuracy.

Mark has previously worked as a Lecturer for the MSc Medical Art course at the University of Dundee. Module leader in Life Art, Medical Art 1 (Anatomical Illustration), Medical Art 2 (Surgical Illustration) and research project supervisor. https://www.dundee.ac.uk/study/pg/medical-art/

He has also worked as a Medical Illustrator and Digital Learning Technologist for the College of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing, School of Dentistry at the University of Dundee and Scottish Dental Education Online (SDEO) https://www.sdeo.ac.uk (an NHS Education for Scotland funded project) creating illustrations and visualisations to enhance student learning and for patient information material.

Mark is a professional member of the IMI (Institute of Medical Illustrators), BIOMAB (Biological and Medical Art Belgium), AEIMS (Association Européenne des Illustrateurs Medicaux et Scientifiques) and an affiliate member of the MAA (Medical Artists Association of Great Britain).

Taught Masters Research Project Supervision:
• The Human Affect | An Unnatural Selection - Polly Sutherland - MA Art in Science, Liverpool John Moores University. Completed September 2018
• To donate or not to donate? That is the question? Jessica Irwin - MA Art in Science, Liverpool John Moores University. Completed September 2018
• Make-up, drag art and anti-facial recognition. Katie Wilson - MA Art in Science, Liverpool John Moores University. Completed September 2018
• Fata Morgana. Gabrielle York-Salmon - MA Art in Science, Liverpool John Moores University. Completed September 2018
• Face and Mask: A metamorphosis of pain. Anthony Pettigrew - MA Art in Science, Liverpool John Moores University. Completed September 2017
• Dissecting the Future: A Practical Exploration of Speculative Evolution and the Post-Human. Vittorio Manetti - MA Art in Science, Liverpool John Moores University. Completed September 2017
• Comparative anatomy of the mammalian skull: How effective is a 3D model in teaching comparative anatomy? Christopher Ogan - MSc Medical Art, University of Dundee, Completed Sept 2014
• Clicking into Place: An interactive patient resource for temporomandibular disorder (TMD). Miriam Waite - MSc Medical Art, University of Dundee, Completed Sept 2014
• Understanding comparative anatomy. Holly Hunold MSc Medical Art, University of Dundee, Completed Sept 2014
• iBook as an interactive m-learning tool for urology-based core clinical problems in medical education. Hock-Tat Lim - MSc Medical Art, University of Dundee, Completed Sept 2013
• Preference for illustrative style of anatomical site maps contained in cancer staging forms. Sarah Dolan – MSc Medical Art, University of Dundee, Completed Sept 2013
• An Evaluation of iBooks in Pre-operative Neurosurgical Assessments. Matt Briggs – MSc Medical Art, University of Dundee, Completed Sept 2013
• Does the creation of one’s own anatomy flashcards improve medical and anatomy student’s retention of neuroanatomical knowledge and interpretation of medical illustrations? Victoria McCulloch - MSc Medical Art, University of Dundee, Completed Sept 2013

Degrees

2016, Liverpool John Moores University, UK, PGCert Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (Distinction)
2010, University of Dundee, Scotland, MSc Medical Art
2009, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom, BA (Hons) Illustration with Animation

Academic appointments

Lecturer 3D Digital Art, Programme Leader MA Art in Science, Liverpool School of Art and Design, Liverpool John Moores University, 2018 - present
Research and Teaching Assistant, Face Lab, MA Art in Science, Liverpool School of Art and Design, Liverpool John Moores University, 2016 - 2018
Research Assistant, Face Lab, Liverpool School of Art and Design, Liverpool John Moores University, 2014 - 2016
Guest Lecturer, MSc Medical Art, Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification in collaboration with Duncan on Jordanstone School of Art and Design, University of Dundee, 2013 - 2014
Digital Learning Technologist, College of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing, School of Dentistry, University of Dundee, 2013 - 2014
Lecturer (Teaching and Scholarship) MSc Medical and Forensic Art, Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification in collaboration with Duncan on Jordanstone School of Art and Design, University of Dundee, 2012 - 2013

Postgraduate training

Postgraduate Certificate in Learning & Teaching in HE, United Kingdom, Liverpool John Moores University, 2015 - 2016

Publications

Highlighted publications

Miranda GE, Wilkinson CM, Roughley M, Beaini TL, Melani RFH. 2018. Assessment of accuracy and recognition of three-dimensional computerized forensic craniofacial reconstruction PLoS ONE, 13 >DOI

Wilkinson CM, Liu CYJ, Hengelhaupt ID, Roughley MA. 2017. Facial depiction of Skeleton 22 - 17th Century Scottish soldier found buried at Durham Cathedral >Link

Wilkinson CM, Liu C, Smith K, Roughley MA. 2017. Illustrations for the PLOS ONE Journal Article "Three individuals, three stories, three burials from medieval Trondheim, Norway" >Link

Roughley MA. 2017. Face scanning for 3D visualization projects at Liverpool School of Art and Design >Link

Roughley MA. 2017. Investigating new areas of Art/Science practice based research with the MA Art in Science postgraduate program at Liverpool School of Art and Design >Link

Wilkinson C, MacGregor M, Roughley MA, Shrimpton S. 2016. Facial Depiction of Robert the Bruce >Link

Mason A, MacDougall E, Poblete Pancheco P, Roughley MA. 2015. 3D interactive online educational resources for the University of Dundee, School of Dentistry (Sketchfab) >Link

Wilkinson CM, Roughley MA. 2014. Facial Depiction of Saint Nicholas >Link

Wilkinson CM, Godfrey B, Roughley MA, Williams L, Hengelhaupt ID, Price K. Convicts - An exhibition of photographs and average faces of 19th and 21st Century criminals at the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral >Link

Wilkinson C, Pantsios L, Roughley MA, Wilson R. Animating Robert Burns - Face Lab at Liverpool School of Art and Design created a new animated facial reconstruction of Scots poet Robert Burns reciting one of his own poems in collaboration with Scots poet Rab Wilson, University of Dundee and Dimensional Imaging. Robert Burns is one of the most famous characters in Scottish Cultural History. This animation of Robert Burns has brought the poetry of this Scots Bard back to life for generations to come. The animation was on display 25/1/18 at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, home to the most famous portrait of Robert Burns by Alexander Nasmyth. >Link

Schaverien MV, Hart AM, Roughley MA. (Illustrations for the article:) Free Muscle Flaps for Reconstruction of Upper Limb Defects >Link

Wilkinson CM, Roughley MA. The Evolution of Facial Depiction from Human Remains >Link

Journal article

Miranda GE, Wilkinson CM, Roughley M, Beaini TL, Melani RFH. 2018. Assessment of accuracy and recognition of three-dimensional computerized forensic craniofacial reconstruction PLoS ONE, 13 >DOI

Grice K, Paterson E, Griffin L, Rowland K, Stacey-Jones S, Ballantyne L, Roughley M. 2011. IMI Conference 2010 – The New Voices Experience Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine, 34 :90-94 >DOI

So D, Evans DF, Innes NP, Borrie F, Roughley MA. Measurement Of Occlusal Equilibration Following Hall Crown Placement Journal of Dental Research, >Link

Roughley MA. A Patient’s Guide to Cystic Fibrosis: AN INTERACTIVE CYSTIC FIBROSIS PATIENT INFORMATION iPad APPLICATION AXIS CAHID online journal, 4 >Link

Roughley MA. Illustrated conference Report - 6th ARS (Art Researches Science) Dissection Drawing Event in Belgium AXIS CAHID online journal, 5 >Link

Roughley MA. Lung Cancer Staging Illustration AXIS CAHID online journal, 2 >Link

Design

Wilkinson CM, Liu CYJ, Roughley MA. 2017. Facial depiction of a 2nd Century older Roman female found as an isolated burial in Dunstable >Link

Wilkinson CM, Liu CYJ, Roughley MA. 2017. Facial depiction of a 19th century individual (POW) with a craniotomy >Link

Wilkinson CM, Liu CYJ, Hengelhaupt ID, Roughley MA. 2017. Facial depiction of Skeleton 22 - 17th Century Scottish soldier found buried at Durham Cathedral >Link

Wilkinson CM, Liu C, Smith K, Roughley MA. 2017. Illustrations for the PLOS ONE Journal Article "Three individuals, three stories, three burials from medieval Trondheim, Norway" >Link

Wilkinson CM, Liu, C , Roughley MA. 2017. Facial Depiction of a Tudor Dubliner >Link

Wilkinson C, MacGregor M, Roughley MA, Shrimpton S. 2016. Facial Depiction of Robert the Bruce >Link

Mason A, MacDougall E, Poblete Pancheco P, Roughley MA. 2015. 3D interactive online educational resources for the University of Dundee, School of Dentistry (Sketchfab) >Link

Wilkinson CM, Shrimpton SL, Roughley MA. 2015. Facial Depiction of Bernie - Facial Depiction of a 1200 year old bog body called "Bernie"

Wilkinson CM, Roughley MA. 2014. Facial Depiction of Saint Nicholas >Link

Roughley MA. Medial View of the Right Lung - Illustration exhibited at Julbiliee Library, Brighton as part of ANATOMY FOR LIFE 2013 >Link

Schaverien MV, Hart AM, Roughley MA. (Illustrations for the article:) Free Muscle Flaps for Reconstruction of Upper Limb Defects >Link

Roughley MA, MacDougall L, Brady G. Cystic Fibrosis: A Pocket Guide: Android App and iBook >Link

Internet publication

Roughley MA, Hengelhaupt ID, Wilkinson CM. 2017. Face Lab – Facial depiction of one of the Scottish Soldiers >Link

Roughley MA. 2017. Face scanning for 3D visualization projects at Liverpool School of Art and Design >Link

Roughley MA. 2017. Investigating new areas of Art/Science practice based research with the MA Art in Science postgraduate program at Liverpool School of Art and Design >Link

Exhibition

Roughley MA, Smith KA, Liu CYJ, Hengelhaupt ID, Wilkinson CM. 3D printed replica of a facial depcition of a 17th Century Scottish Soldier known as SK22 for the exhibition 'Bodies of Evidence'. >Link

Roughley MA, Smith K. The Perception Machine: Can we think of artworks as sensing machines? The Perception Machine is presented by LJMU’s postgraduate Art in Science programme. Led by Mark Roughley and Kathryn Smith, The Perception Machine brings together some of Liverpool's leading scientists from astrophysics to forensic anthropology, to share new perspectives on selected artworks from Tate’s Constellations galleries that offer engaging possibilities for interdisciplinary interpretation. >Link

Wilkinson CM, Godfrey B, Roughley MA, Williams L, Hengelhaupt ID, Price K. Convicts - An exhibition of photographs and average faces of 19th and 21st Century criminals at the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral >Link

Wilkinson C, Pantsios L, Roughley MA, Wilson R. Animating Robert Burns - Face Lab at Liverpool School of Art and Design created a new animated facial reconstruction of Scots poet Robert Burns reciting one of his own poems in collaboration with Scots poet Rab Wilson, University of Dundee and Dimensional Imaging. Robert Burns is one of the most famous characters in Scottish Cultural History. This animation of Robert Burns has brought the poetry of this Scots Bard back to life for generations to come. The animation was on display 25/1/18 at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, home to the most famous portrait of Robert Burns by Alexander Nasmyth. >Link

Roughley MA. Curation and exhibition of selected MSc Medical Art and MSc Forensic Art student work, exhibited in the Matthew Building Gallery at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee

Wilson J, Wilson L, Wilkinson CM, Roughley MA. Undead Sun:We Put the World Before You exhibition - Face Lab Collaboration with Turner Prize nominees, Jane and Louise Wilson >Link

Wilkinson C, Mackenzie S, Smith KA, Roughley MA. Faces of Merseyside >Link

Wilkinson CM, smith K, Roughley MA, baker C. Facial Depiction of Ta Kush

Roughley MA, Shrimpton S, Wilkinson CM. Facial depiction of Kukruse lady - a 13th century AD lady from Estonia

Roughley MA, wilkinson CM, liu C. Facial depiction of Leasowe man

Roughley MA, liu C, wilkinson CM. Facial Depictions of Liffs Low man and Fin Cop 8 >Link

Wilkinson CM, Shrimpton SL, SMITH K, LIU C, Roughley MA. Facial depiction of George Lister and Elizabeth Dibb

wilkinson CM, smith K, liu C, Roughley MA. Facial depictions of 3 medieval Norwegians for the exhibition "Hvor kommer du fra?/From where do you hail?" >Link

Wilkinson CM, Roughley MA. The Evolution of Facial Depiction from Human Remains >Link

Other

McDougall E, Mason A, Poblete Pancheco P, Roughley MA. Developing 3D educational resources for the University of Dundee, School of Dentistry. >Link

Roughley MA. “How to draw a face” workshop for Scottish Plastic and ENT surgeons at Ninewells Hospital Dundee, August 2013

Engagement & Impact

Highlighted activities

Award:

Silver Award - IMI Awards 2014, Graphic Design Category, Institute of Medical Illustrators Annual Conference, “Reigniting Creativity in Healthcare,” Bristol 2014

Vice-Chancellor's Award for Knowledge Transfer and Social and Economic Engagement: Highly Commended, Liverpool John Moores University

Conference organisation:

Connecting Minds - Arts and Dementia Symposium at Tate Liverpool, Member of the sympoium organisation team, http://www.cph.org.uk/news-item/connecting-minds-symposium-4th-september-liverpool-john-moores-medical-humanities-research-group/

Media Coverage:

http://www.archaeology.org/news/5693-170627-dublin-facial-reconstruction, http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/3-d-reconstruction-reveals-face-500-year-old-irishman-180963886/, http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/jun/30/researchers-produce-startling-3-d-image-of-a-young/, Worldwide news coverage of the reveal of the facial depiction of a Tudor Dubliner by Caroline Wilkinson, Jessica Liu, Mark Roughley in collaboration with Rubicon Heritage

https://www.artec3d.com/news/liverpool-face-lab-scanning-for-3d-visualization, Face scanning for 3D visualization projects at Liverpool School of Art and Design - online article for Artec 3D

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-38242781, https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2016/dec/08/sprucing-up-robert-the-bruce-scottish-kings-face-gets-3d-treatment, http://news.sky.com/story/robert-the-bruce-revealed-in-new-images-based-on-dug-up-skull-10687798, Worldwide news coverage of the reveal of a facial depiction of Robert the Bruce - Collaboration with Professor Caroline Wilkinson, Dr Martin MacGregor, Mark Roughley and Sarah Shrimpton

https://twitter.com/FaceLabLJMU/status/541711353275506690, https://twitter.com/FaceLabLJMU/status/541712206635995137, https://twitter.com/FaceLabLJMU/status/541536790424064000, Professor Caroline Wilkinson and Mark Roughley of the new Face Lab at Liverpool John Moores University’s School of Art and Design have created a new facial depiction of St Nicholas – the man who became known as Santa – using the latest 3D interactive technology.

Research Grants Awarded:

Arts, Humanities and Research Council (AHRC), AHRC 10th Anniversary Image Gallery - Evolution of Facial Reconstruction, Professor Caroline Wilkinson, Mark Roughley, Grant value (£): 4000.00

Professional activities

Conference presentation:

Smith, K. A., Wilkinson, C. W., Roughley, M. A. (2018), Death Futures?, Encountering Corpses IV - ‘Post-Human Corpse, Death and Digital Technology’, No 70 Oxford Street, Manchester, Oral presentation 10/11/2018

Roughley, M. A., Vaiude, P., Wilkinson, C. M., Honey, A., (2018), Exploring facial reconstruction through artistic interventions, 27th Congress of the Association Européenne des Illustrateurs Médicaux et Scientifiques: The Cutting Edge of Medical Art, Antwerp, Belgium, Oral presentation 12/10/2018

Roughley, M. A., Wilkinson, C. M., Shrimpton, S. L., MacGregor, M., Mockton, D. G., Moffat, R., (2018), Exploring cognitive bias when texturing a facial depiction of King Robert the Bruce, Art, Materiality and Represenation - Royal Anthropological Institute Conference 2018, British Museum, SOAS, Oral presentation 01/06/2018

Smith, K. A., Balachandran, S., Wilkinson, C. M., Swaney, M., Garcia, J. R., Roughley, M. A., (2018), One of Us? Navigating ‘rehumanisation’ questions in the depiction and display of ancient Egyptians from the Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum, Art, Materiality and Representation - Royal Anthropological Institute Conference 2018, British Museum, SOAS, Oral presentation 01/06/2018

Smith, K. A., Roughley, M. A., Harris, S., Wilkinson, C. M., Parlmer, E., (2018), From Ta-Kesh to Ta-Kush: the affordances of digital, haptic visualisation for heritage accessibility, Extraordinary World Congress on Mummy Studies, Santa Cruz, Tenerife, Oral presentation 21/05/2018

Roughley, M. A., Smith, K. A., Wilkinson, C. M., (2018), Investigating new areas of Art/Science practice-based research with the MA Art in Science postgraduate programme at Liverpool School of Art and Design - a reflective summary https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/system/files/downloads/Programme%20with%20abstract%20detail%20-%20Day%202_1.pdf, Higher Education Academy (HEA) Annual STEM Conference 2018 Creativity in Teaching, Learning and Student Engagement, Newcastle Centre for LIFE, Oral presentation 31/01/2018

Roughley, M. A. (2017), A live demo of the 3D data acquisition and 3D modelling workflow employed by the Face Lab at LJMU, 49th Annual Institute of Medical Illustrators Conference, East Midlands Conference Centre and Orchard Hotel, University Park, The University of Nottingham, Oral presentation 06/10/2017

Roughley, M. A., Liu, C. Y., Wikinson, C. M. (2017), Revealing the Face of a Tudor Dubliner, Between the Lines: The Archaeology of Luas Cross City by Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII), Dublin, Oral presentation 24/08/2017

Roughley, M. A., (2016), Texturing realistic CGI and 3D printed facial depictions. Current and future practice at Face Lab, Liverpool School of Art and Design, Institute of Medical Illustrators 49th annual conference, Clydebank, Glasgow, Oral presentation 16/09/2016

Roughley, M. A., (2016), 3D Facial Depiction and CGI, Face, Race and Identity Symposium, LJMU - Liverpool School of Art and Design, Oral presentation 06/09/2016

Anti-doping branding/logo legacy design workshop, “Doping in Sport” event, Liverpool John Moores University, Other 12/07/2016

Baker, L. Roughley, M. A., (2016), LJMU FabLab: A place to play, to create, to learn, Liverpool John Moores University 15th Teaching and Learning conference, Liverpool John Moores University, Other 15/06/2016

Roughley, M. A., (2016), Developing a community of collaborative learners/artists within Liverpool School of Art and Design: Postgraduate Taught shared module "Collaborative Practice", Liverpool John Moores University 15th Teaching and Learning conference, Liverpool John Moores University, Poster presentation 15/06/2016

Baker, L., Roughley, M. A., (2015), LJMU FabLab: Meet the FabLab team, Liverpool John Moores University 14th Teaching and Learning conference, Liverpool John Moores University, Other 17/06/2015

Roughley, M. A, Mason, A. G., Waite, M., (2014), iBook workshop. An interactive session on creating iBooks using Apple’s iBooks Author software and a look at how iBooks could be implemented within healthcare settings, IMI - Institute of Medical Illustrators Annual Conference, “Reigniting Creativity in Healthcare,” Bristol 2014, Bristol, Other 03/10/2014

Mason, A. G., Roughley, M. A., (2014), "The iBook as a means of delivering innovative teaching and learning" A dentistry case study, University of Dundee E-Learning Symposium 2014, University of Dundee, Dalhousie Building, Oral presentation 30/05/2014

O'Malley, A., Roughley, M. A., (2014), Using Nearpod in an interactive Anatomy classroom, Dundee University College of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing e-learning forum 2014, Dundee, Oral presentation 19/03/2014

Roughley, M. A., Mason, A. G., (2014), An interactive tooth morphology iBook, Dundee University College of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing e-learning forum 2014, Dundee, Poster presentation 19/03/2014

Award:

‘Heritage Project Award’ for Exercise MAGWICH, Ministry of Defence Sanctuary Awards, presented to Operation Nightingale (DIO) and Face Lab (LJMU), Ministry of Defence, https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/757743/Sanctuary_magazine_2018_issue.pdf

‘Silver Otter Award’ for Exercise MAGWICH, Ministry of Defence Sanctuary Awards, presented to Operation Nightingale (DIO) and Face Lab (LJMU), Ministry of Defence, https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/757743/Sanctuary_magazine_2018_issue.pdf

Vice-Chancellor's Excellence Award for Excellence in Social and Economic Engagement - Presented to Professor Caroline Wilkinson and the Face Lab team, Liverpool John Moores University

Silver Award - IMI Awards 2014, Graphic Design Category, Institute of Medical Illustrators Annual Conference, “Reigniting Creativity in Healthcare,” Bristol 2014

Vice-Chancellor's Award for Knowledge Transfer and Social and Economic Engagement: Highly Commended, Liverpool John Moores University

Bronze Award - IMI Awards 2014, Graphic Design Category, Institute of Medical Illustrators Annual Conference, “Reigniting Creativity in Healthcare,” Bristol 2014, IMI - Institute of Medical Illustrators

Conference organisation:

Connecting Minds - Arts and Dementia Symposium at Tate Liverpool, Member of the sympoium organisation team, http://www.cph.org.uk/news-item/connecting-minds-symposium-4th-september-liverpool-john-moores-medical-humanities-research-group/

Media Coverage:

https://twitter.com/MadeLiverpoolTV/status/889434451939385345, Interview with Made in Liverpool TV to promote Face Lab's Festival of Archaeology event at Liverpool Museum on the 27th July 2017

https://www.livescience.com/59738-face-of-ancient-english-man-revealed.html, http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-derbyshire-40582056, http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4685434/3D-maps-reveal-striking-face-man-4-500-years-ago.html, Worldwide news coverage of the reveal of the facial depiction of a Bronze age individual known as Liffs Low Man by Caroline Wilkinson, Jessica Liu, Mark Roughley, exhibited at Buxton Museum, UK

http://www.archaeology.org/news/5693-170627-dublin-facial-reconstruction, http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/3-d-reconstruction-reveals-face-500-year-old-irishman-180963886/, http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/jun/30/researchers-produce-startling-3-d-image-of-a-young/, Worldwide news coverage of the reveal of the facial depiction of a Tudor Dubliner by Caroline Wilkinson, Jessica Liu, Mark Roughley in collaboration with Rubicon Heritage

https://www.artec3d.com/news/liverpool-face-lab-scanning-for-3d-visualization, Face scanning for 3D visualization projects at Liverpool School of Art and Design - online article for Artec 3D

https://www.ljmu.ac.uk/about-us/news/articles/2016/10/28/national-univeristy-showcase, Face Lab LJMU at University Alliance National Event. Face Lab has taken centre stage at a national event showcasing universities’ role in driving growth in the creative economy. Face Lab was specially selected to appear at an interactive showcase: Making Places: Universities, the arts and creative industries, as a shining example of how universities are acting as custodians and champions of the arts. Face Lab’s Professor Caroline Wilkinson and Mark Roughley demonstrated the range of capabilities of the innovative, cutting-edge facial depiction technology – which has applications ranging from forensic identification to archaeological reconstruction – at the prestigious event at London’s Southbank Centre. National leaders in the creative industries attending the event included Darren Henley, CEO of Arts Council England and LJMU Honorary Fellow.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b084wwhm, Worldwide news coverage of the reveal of a facial depiction of Robert the Bruce: BBC Alba TV programme "Ceann an Righ" - Collaboration with Professor Caroline Wilkinson, Dr Martin MacGregor and Sarah Shrimpton

http://www.liverpoolsciencepark.co.uk/ljmu-face-lab-exhibition-reveals-beatles-similarities/, http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/whats-on/arts-culture-news/exhibition-face-typical-merseyside-criminal-11829024, https://www.ljmu.ac.uk/about-us/news/beatles-similarities-revealed, Local media coverage relating to the Face Lab 'Faces of Merseyside' exhibition that was displayed as part of the 7th International Conference on the Image: Face Value – Personification and Identity in a Post-Digital Age

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-38242781, https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2016/dec/08/sprucing-up-robert-the-bruce-scottish-kings-face-gets-3d-treatment, http://news.sky.com/story/robert-the-bruce-revealed-in-new-images-based-on-dug-up-skull-10687798, Worldwide news coverage of the reveal of a facial depiction of Robert the Bruce - Collaboration with Professor Caroline Wilkinson, Dr Martin MacGregor, Mark Roughley and Sarah Shrimpton

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-merseyside-35892795, BBC coverage of the release of the updated facial depiction of Merseyside's oldest skeleton know as 'Leasowe Man' - Collaborative work with Professor Caroline Wilkinson, Jessica Liu, Mark Roughley

https://twitter.com/FaceLabLJMU/status/541711353275506690, https://twitter.com/FaceLabLJMU/status/541712206635995137, https://twitter.com/FaceLabLJMU/status/541536790424064000, Professor Caroline Wilkinson and Mark Roughley of the new Face Lab at Liverpool John Moores University’s School of Art and Design have created a new facial depiction of St Nicholas – the man who became known as Santa – using the latest 3D interactive technology.

https://twitter.com/FaceLabLJMU/status/562202647344996353, https://twitter.com/FaceLabLJMU/status/559406305585430528, https://twitter.com/BBCNWT/status/561238007077142529, Face Lab. Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool School of Art and Design research group launch event

Membership of professional bodies:

Affiliate member, Medical Artists' Association of GB, http://maa.org.uk/

Professional Member, Institute of Medical Illustrators, http://www.imi.org.uk/

Professional Member, Association Européenne des Illustrateurs Medicaux et Scientifiques, http://www.aeims.eu/

Other Professional Activity:

Tate Exchange Liverpool – 'The Perception Machine' Roughley MA, Smith, K, July 2018. Can we think of artworks as sensing machines? The Perception Machine is presented by LJMU’s postgraduate Art in Science programme. Through active engagement and collective participation, The Perception Machine is a space designed to stimulate the imagination and provoke insights into questions such as, ‘What is the role of art in science, and science in art?’ and ‘How do art and science contribute to our understanding of the role of technology in society? Tate Exchange will be transformed into a working studio-laboratory where visitors may explore unusual visual interpretations of these artworks, highlighting overlooked or hidden details to reveal new and alternative narratives. A programme of live, public talks with guest scientists will be supported by an audio-visual archive of recorded conversations that visitors can access during normal gallery opening hours. Local activity with national coverage via Tate’s galleries, social media and online, with the aim to allow the public to engage with artworks in Tate’s collections, considering them within an art/science context and to walk away from Tate Exchange seeking further engagement with art and science collaborative research and practice. http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-liverpool/workshop/the-perception-machine

GREAT Festival of Innovation, Hong Kong: The GREAT Festival of Innovation took place at a historic moment for the UK, Hong Kong and Asian economies, enabling the exchange of innovations that will drive the future of free trade and build life-long partnerships. Over four days (21-24March 2018), the Festival provided a series of thought-provoking activities involving industry leaders, entrepreneurs, artists and educationalists to an audience from the UK, Hong Kong, China, Japan, South Korea and wider region. Face Lab was invited as a cultural contributor at the festival and Mark gave a presentation on Face Lab’s innovative use of technology, led daily live demos and produced digital artwork at the event that was attended by international leaders in trade and industry leaders in technology, culture and education. https://www.events.trade.gov.uk/the-great-festival-of-innovation-hong-kong-2018/sponsor/face-lab/

Leonardo LASER host award – Liverpool LASER: Mark Roughley and Prof Caroline Wilkinson were successfully awarded Leonardo (the International Society for Arts, Sciences, and Technology) LASER host status in 2018. LASER (Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous) Talks is an international program of evening gatherings that bring artists and scientists together for informal presentations and conversations on art, science and technology. Liverpool LASER operates four times a year is one of only 27 LASER hosts operating worldwide with every LASER being unique to its own community. UK. https://www.ljmu.ac.uk/about-us/news/articles/2018/3/12/liverpool-laser https://www.leonardo.info/civicrm/event/info%3Fid%3D158%26reset%3D1

Surgical-Art UK 'Artistic Perspectives for a Facial Clinical Practice' course for trainee plastic surgeons. Professor Caroline Wilkinson and Mark Roughley worked with Surgical-Art director Dr Partha Vauide to deliver a 2 day training course for trainee plastic surgeons 09/12/2017-10/12/2017 http://www.surgical-art.com/artistic-perspectives-for-a-facial-aesthetic-practice/

Public Engagement Event: Haddington 700 opening day celebrations joint lecture with Dr Martin MacGregor, St. Mary's Parish Church, Haddington, East Lothian 20/01/2018. Presentation title, 'And they shall see his face - facial depiction of Robert the Bruce.' https://twitter.com/haddington700/status/950735193622622208

Public Engagement Event: St.Helens Archaeological Society Frank Pope Memorial Lecture 15/01/2018 St. Helen's Quaker Meeting House . Presentation title, ‘Facial depictions of people from the past. An introduction to the work of Face Lab LJMU’.

Public Engagemet Event: The Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre's Robert the Bruce evening lecture 21st October 2017 - Presentation titled 'Revealing the face of Robert the Bruce.'

Public Engagement Event: Face Lab were at the 19th Annual Conference of the British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology at Liverpool School of Art and Design, as part of their public programme of events titled 'Being Human' on Saturday 9th September 2017 https://www.ljmu.ac.uk/conferences/babao/being-human-festival

Public Engagement Event - Face Lab LJMU at Light Night 2017 http://lightnightliverpool.co.uk/whats-on/a-face-from-the-past/ https://twitter.com/FaceLabLJMU/status/865480799604195328 https://twitter.com/FaceLabLJMU/status/865641435290193920

Public Engagement Event - Face Lab LJMU at BOM (Birmingham Open Media), Birmingham, for the 'Genecraft Biohack' on the 29th April 2017 https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/genecraft-biohack-tickets-32814298450

Public Engagement Event: Face Lab LJMU at Liverpool Museum for the Festival of Archaeology 27th July 2017 http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/mol/events/displayevent.aspx?EventId=34042

Outreach event: Face Lab presentation and facial anatomy workshop at St. Augustine of Canterbury High School , St. Helens, as part of their S.T.E.A.M day of activities.

Anatomical face painting workshop for second year BDS students at Dundee Dental School, Dundee University - students worked with Medical Artists and Dentists to use face painting to revise head and neck anatomy with a dentistry focus. https://twitter.com/DundeeDental/status/446992431787945985

Liverpool Girl Geeks Bootcamp - 3D fabrication workshop with Fab Lab LJMU at the Studio School Liverpool. 14th June 2016. Liverpool Girl Geeks Bootcamp 2016 sponsored by SKY. http://www.liverpoolgirlgeeks.co.uk/partners/ https://twitter.com/mrk87/status/742766260782518272 https://twitter.com/mrk87/status/743142693811945472

Public Engagement Event: Merseyside Archaeology Society evening lecture ‘An introduction to the work of Face Lab at Liverpool John Moores University: Facial depictions of people from the past’ 19th January 2017 http://www.merseysidearchsoc.com/uploads/2/7/2/9/2729758/mas_newsletterjanuary_2017.pdf

Public Engagement Event - Face Lab LJMU at Light Night 2016 http://www.theskinny.co.uk/art/features/liverpool-lightnight-2016

Public Engagement Event: FACT's Do Something Saturdays - Face Lab LJMU workshop with 'Heirloom' at 'No such Thing as Gravity' http://www.fact.co.uk/whats-on/current/do-something-saturdays-no-such-thing-as-gravity.aspx?selection=Workshop&when=next7days

Public Engagement Event: 'No such Thing as Gravity' exhibition opening at FACT - Face Lab LJMU workshop with 'Heirloom' 10th November 2016 http://www.fact.co.uk/whats-on/current/workshop-face-lab-with-ljmu.aspx

Public Engagement Event - Face Lab LJMU at National Media Museum Bradford for their Lates 'Faces' evening 29th Sept 2016 http://www.nationalmediamuseum.org.uk/planavisit/adultevents/lates

Public Engagement Event - Face Lab LJMU at Light Night 2015 http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/whats-on/arts-culture-news/liverpool-lightnight-2015-top-picks-9245404

Public Engagement Event: Face Lab LJMU at Liverpool Museum for the Festival of Archaeology 22nd July 2015

Public Engagement Event: Face Lab LJMU at Liverpool Museum for the Festival of Archaeology 22nd July 2016 http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/about/mediacentre/2016/dig-the-summer-holidays.aspx

Research Grants Awarded:

University of Liverpool Knowledge Exchange Funding Scheme (Public Engagement), Anti-microbial Resistance Graphic Medicine Comics, Rachelle D'Sa, Christopher Flack, Mark Roughley, Grant value (£): 10,000.00, Duration of research project: 8 months

LJMU QR APSS, Liverpool LASER, Mark Roughley, Caroline Wilkinson, Grant value (£): 1922.00, Duration of research project: 12 months

Arts, Humanities and Research Council (AHRC), AHRC 10th Anniversary Image Gallery - Evolution of Facial Reconstruction, Professor Caroline Wilkinson, Mark Roughley, Grant value (£): 4000.00

Teaching qualification:

PGCert LTHE (Distinction)