Research Fellows
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Research Fellows are chosen through an annual competition. The appointments are usually limited to three years and candidates are usually postdoctoral. Although the fellowships are mainly non-stipendiary, the College is able to finance one stipendiary Research Fellowship each year.

APPLICATION DETAILS

The deadline for applications is the end of October each year. Please contact the tutorial secretary at  tutorial.secretary@clarehall.cam.ac.uk
for further details.

Archibald, Alexander T PhD
The interactions between chemistry and climate in the earth system.
 Website

Bergstralh, Daniel T PhD
Studying how polarity is determined and maintained in epithelial cells

Bond, Peter J DPhil:
Biomolecular modelling and simulation.
 Website

Camilloni, Carlo PhD
The atomic characterisation of enzymatic reactions and intrinsically disordered proteins.

Camps, Joan PhD

The Black Hole problem of General Relativity in higher dimensions

Carvalho, Susana C R M PhD
Primate archaeology
 Website

Charoensawan, Varodom PhD
Biological Sciences

Cotobal Martin, Cristina PhD
The study of the genome-wide networks that regulate gene expression at the posttranscriptional level: Functional genomics; Transcriptional and Posttranscriptional regulation; Fission yeast.

Dockter, Albert Warren PhD
History

Ferrario, Gabriele PhD
Oriental Studies

Hu, Yan Yan PhD
Analytical Chemistry

Karanasios, Eleftherios PhD
Cell biology: autophagy

Mawdsley Stephen PhD
American medical history
 Website

Motrescu-Mayes, Annamaria PhD
Theories of visual culture and modern South Asian History

Orkin, Kate MPhil
Development Studies

Park, Hyun Gwi PhD
Oriental Studies

Pasquetti, Silvia  PhD (Betty Behrens Research Fellow)
Political sociology; urban sociology; law and society; social theory; ethnography; sociology of the Palestinians
 Website

Petrovskaia, Natalia I MPhil, PhD
Medieval history and literature
 Website

Regan, John PhD
Enlightenment to Romantic literature and historiography
 Website

Sallée, Jean-Baptiste PhD
Oceanography.

Skoulidis, Ferdinandos MD
Early events in epithelial carcinogenesis and their therapeutic exploitation; model organsims; translational research in pancreatic and lung cancer

Strobino, Riccardo PhD
Arabo-Islamic logic and philosophy of science
 Website

Sutcliffe, Marcella PhD
19th century European history

Tantardini, Lucia
Old Master Drawings and Paintings

Ulturgasheva, Olga PhD
Anthropology and human geography of Arctic regions; Siberian reindeer herding and hunting communities; anthropology of childhood and youth
 Website

Walker, Brian J PhD
Physics

Wilton-Godberfforde, Emilia PhD
Examining the representation of suicide in seventeenth-century French theatre

WU, Huiyi, PhD
NRI/ISF Bye-Fellow Needham Research Institute,
History of Science, Sino-European contact in 16th-18th century
 Website
 
Events

Fri 8 August–Mon 18 August
The kitchens will close after lunch on Friday 8th August and will re-open for breakfast on Monday 18th August.

Wednesday 3 September, 5.45pm
venue: Richard Eden Suite

Clare Hall Colloquium

Tom Burton on ‘Hearing is Believing: The Dialect Poems of William Barnes (1801–1886)’

Friday 5 September, 6pm-8pm
venue: Clare Hall
Art Exhibition Opening

Mark van Heygen, Paintings

 
 
       
     
         
Updated  Feb.10.2014
 
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