Official Fellow

Khaled Soufani

Director of Executive MBA, Judge Business School.

 

Dr Annamaria Motrescu-Mayes

Visiting Lecturer, Division of Social Anthropology; affiliated scholar and visiting lecturer, Centre of South Asian Studies; member of  the Cambridge Digital Humanities Network.

Dr Tony Street

Dr Tony Street is Assistant Director of Research in Islamic Studies, Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge. 

Research: Islamic philosophy, Avicenna, post-Avicennian theologians and philosophers, and Medieval Arabic logic.

 

 

Stefano Recchia

University Lecturer, Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS)

Dr Menelas (Mene) Pangalos
Dr Menelas (Mene) Pangalos was appointed Executive Vice-President, IMED Biotech Unit, in January 2013 and leads AstraZeneca’s small molecule research and early development activities. Mene joined AstraZeneca from Pfizer, where he was Senior Vice-President and Chief Scientific Officer of Neuroscience Research. Previously, he held senior discovery and neuroscience roles at Wyeth and GSK. He completed his undergraduate degree in biochemistry at the Imperial College of Science and Technology, London and earned a doctorate in neurochemistry from the University of London.
Dr Katrin Muller-Johnson

PhD

Legal and criminological psychology, Applied criminology.

 

Dr Sohini Kar-Narayan

PhD

Exploring and exploiting the electrocaloric effect in novel ferroelectric materials for cooling applications. 

 

Dr Robert Carlyon

PhD

Psychology of hearing.

 

Dr Marie Janson

I am the Development Director at Clare Hall. I am also a Fellow of the College.

My role is to lead the Development Strategy, and to fundraise for Clare Hall.

I am the head of the Development team, and my responsibilities include overseeing all alumni relations with our Life Members and to be responsible for all major donor giving.

Dr Lori A Passmore

Genes are transcribed into precursor RNAs that must be processed before they can be translated into proteins. This includes addition of a tail to the end of the precursor RNAs. “PolyA tails” are important for regulating RNA stability and how efficiently they can be translated into proteins. Deregulation of these processes is found in human disease.