|Professor Dr Hans F Graf||
Subject: Meteorology and volcanology
Department/institution: Centre for Atmospheric Science
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|Professor Frances Spalding||
Subject: Art history
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|Professor Barbara J Sahakian||
Subject: Cognitive and behavioural neuroscience; clinical and veterinary neuroscience
Department/institutions: Department of Psychiatry
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|Professor Athanassios S Fokas||
Applied Mathematics, integrable systems, the mathematics of medical imaging.
Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
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Joanna is a qualified solicitor and worked briefly in company and commercial law in London before returning to Cambridge. She was a College Lecturer in Law at New Hall from 1975-1983 and Bursar of New Hall from 1983-1990. Following a stint as Bursar of Trinity Hall from 1990-1993, she was appointed Treasurer, University of Cambridge, and served in that role for ten years, remaining a Fellow of Trinity Hall until 2003, when she was elected Bursar and Fellow of Clare Hall.
|Dr Bobbie S Wells||
Subject: British social history; women war artists.
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|Dr Murray J Stewart||
Subject: Molecular biology; cell division and cytoskeletons
Department/institution: MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
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|Professor John S Parker||
Plant genetics and the history of evolution.
Department of History and Philosophy of Science
Professor John S Parker has been the Director of the Botanic Garden since 1996. He studied botany at Oxford where he also researched for his doctorate on plant chromosomes and natural populations.
|Professor Julius J Lipner||
Subject: The comparative study of religion and Hindu culture, theology and philosophy with special reference to the relationship between Britain and India in nineteenth century Bengal
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