Dr. Masoumeh (Massi) Jahani PhD, MBA, BEng
Lecturer in Engineering and Management
Tel: +44 (0)1904 32 1674
Research Area: Engineering Education and Management
Dr Masoumeh Jahani is a Lecturer in Engineering Management, Department of Electronic
Prior to her current role, she was lecturer in Engineering management at university of west of England
(UWE) in Bristol. She was teaching more than five modules in undergraduate and postgraduate
levels. She was involved in development, designing, and leading of some modules such as Strategic Analysis for Technical Operations, Sustainable Engineering for Global Challenges, Business Environment and Engineering Practice to improve the entrepreneurial skills of students in undergraduate and postgraduate levels particularly in Engineering Management programme.
Previously, she was appointed as Academic specialist in University of Hull to work within the subject
discipline of Mechanical Engineering and the director of learning and teaching to develop MSc
Engineering Management programme and contribute to teaching in areas such as lean manufacture,
six sigma, process capability and design and manufacturing strategies. she designed a 30-credit module relating to Project and Financial Management and producing all teaching materials and assessments that was undertaken in partnership with a learning designer from CEG Digital to translate academic material into the VLE.
Prior to her academic roles, she spent 8 years in different industries (Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical
and medical devices, and Automotive) as a Research and Development Manager, Business
development, Sales Manager, and Project Manager for several different companies.
She is co-founded of two non-profit and community organisations Toranj Tuition (TT) and ICOH to
stimulate social mobility and facilitate equal opportunities for underprivileged families particularly
women and children.
If you are interested in any of her area of her expertise and experience, please get in touch with her.
1. Jahani, M., Patton, R., Genever, P., Fagan, MJ. 2022. The effect of microcrack size and
location on signalling in the osteocyte – bone lining cell network. Under Preparation to
submit in the Journal of Biomechanics and Modelling in Mechanobiology.
2. Saeid, P. and Jahani, M. 2014. New Frontiers of Organizational Change: The Application of
Stakeholders Thinking, Paper Accepted in IPSA 23rd World Congress, July 19-24, 2014,
3. Jahani, M., Patton, R., Genever, P., Fagan, MJ. 2012. The effect of osteocyte apoptosis on
signalling in the osteocyte and bone lining cell network: a computer simulation. Journal of
Biomechanics 45, 2876-2883.
4. Jahani, M., Ahwal, F., Patton, R., Genever, P., Fagan, MJ. 2011. The implications of apoptosis
and microcracks in osteocyte-bone lining cell networks – a computer simulation, ISB
Conference Brussels, 3-5 July, 2011.
5. Jahani, M., Ahwal, F., Ji, B., Patton, R., Genever, P., Fagan, MJ. 2010. Simulation of osteocyte
apoptosis on signalling in the osteocyte-bone lining cell network and implications for
osteoporosis. Osteoporosis International 21:3, 514.
6. Jahani, M., Ahwal, F., Patton, R., Genever, P., Fagan, MJ. 2010. The effect of osteocyte
apoptosis on the signalling in the osteocyte network and at the bone lining cell surface: a
computer simulation. Bone 47:1, 145-146.
7. Jahani, M., Ahwal, F., Patton, R., Genever, P., Fagan, MJ. 2010. Simulation of osteocyte
network signalling and the effect of osteocyte apoptosis. 17th Congress of the European
Society of Biomechanics, Edinburgh, 5-8 July, 2010.
Postgraduate modules: International Business and Research Methods.
Previously: Engineering for Quality and Business Improvement, Financial and Project
Management, Strategic Analysis for Technical Operations, Sustainable Engineering for Global
Management, Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
Undergraduate modules: Business Environment and Engineering Practice.