Web Results
Amazon.com results for jennifer evans
More products from Amazon.com »


Jennifer Evans is a Welsh actress, best known for landing the lead role of estranged Welsh farm girl Cat Williams in the award-winning (BIFA Raindance Award) horror/comedy feature film Evil Aliens. Forthcoming projects: The Nurse - House of Hell ...


View the profiles of people named Jennifer Evans. Join Facebook to connect with Jennifer Evans and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power...


Learn about Dr. Jennifer Evans' circadian system and suprachiasmatic nucleus research at Marquette University.


I am a senior lecturer in History at the University of Hertfordshire. My research focuses on gender, the body and medicine in early modern England. In particular I am interested in issues to do with the health, sex and reproduction. More broadly my research touches upon ideas of marriage, the family and medical practitioners ...


Jennifer Evans is a certified family nurse practitioner, specializing in providing primary care for the whole family. She received her bachelor of science in nursing from University of Central Florida in Orlando, FL and went on to complete her master of nursing, family nurse practitioner from University of South Alabama in ...


Jennifer Evans, Actress: Rise of the Footsoldier. Jennifer Evans is known for her work on Rise of the Footsoldier (2007), Evil Aliens (2005) and The Spoiler (2014) .


View Jennifer Evans-Cowley's profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Jennifer has 10 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Jennifer's connections and jobs at similar companies.


The latest Tweets from Jennifer Evans (@HistorianJen). Senior lecturer @ UHertshistory Historian of early modern bodies & medicine. Views my own. Latest book: Maladies & Medicine. Hatfield.


Jennifer Evans is a senior lecturer in the history group. Her research is focused on the body, medicine and gender and covers the period 1550-1750. To date her research has examined the understanding of infertility and its treatments in early modern England. She completed her PhD at the University of Exeter in 2011 and  ...