Our people

The College is a highly integrated academic society with a President, Fellows, graduate students and other members. About 300 members are currently in Cambridge creating a professionally and culturally diverse environment. To find out more about any of our members, please click on their names below. Clare Hall is committed to protecting your privacy, please refer to www.clarehall.cam.ac.uk/data-protection-information.

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Sir Menelas (Mene) Pangalos

Official Fellow

Subject: Neuroscientist, drug discovery and clinical development

Department/institution:

Dr Jun Sung Park

Research Fellow

Subject: Computational Cancer Biology | Cellular Genetics | Neuroscience

Department/Institution: EMBL-EBI & Sanger Institute, Cambridge, UK

Professor John S Parker

Emeritus Fellow

Subject: 

Plant genetics and the history of evolution.

Department/institution: 

Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Dr Lori A Passmore

Official Fellow, Tutor

Subject:

Cryo-electron microscopy of ribosomes

Department/institution:

Programme Leader, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge

Helen Pennant

Official Fellow, Vice President

Department/institution: The Cambridge Trust

Contact details: helen.pennant@admin.cam.ac.uk

Professor Sir Keith Peters

Honorary Fellow

Subject:

Immunology of renal and vascular diseases

Department/institution: 

Jon Pither

Foundation Fellow

 

 

 

 

Sean Priddle

Night Porter

Contact details: 

porters@clarehall.cam.ac.uk

01223 332 360

Hendrik Puschmann

Fellow Commoner

Subject: Law

Department/institution: K&L Gates LLP

Contact details: hp255@cam.ac.uk

Katrina Räty

Research Fellow

Department: Clinical Neurosciences

Contact details: ka524@cam.ac.uk

Research details:

Professor Lord Martin Rees

Honorary Fellow

Subject: Astrophysics and cosmology

Contact details: mjr36@cam.ac.uk

Dr Daniela Rhodes

Emeritus Fellow

Subject: Molecular biology; telomere structure and function

Justin Rivest

Research Fellow

Subject: History

Department/institution: Faculty of History

Contact details: jr723@cam.ac.uk

Dr Juan Rodriguez-Molina

Research Fellow

Subject: Biochemistry and Structural Biology

Institution: MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology

Susanna Rostas

Fellow Commoner

Subject: Social Anthropologist

Department/institution: Department of Social Anthropology HSPS​

Dr Elizabeth Ashman Rowe

Official Fellow

Subject: Scandinavian History

Department/institution: Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic

Nicolaas Rupke

Visiting Fellow

Nicolaas Rupke is a Dutch historian of science who began his academic career as a marine geologist.

Justice Albert Sachs

Honorary Fellow

 

 

Subject: Cognitive and behavioural neuroscience; clinical and veterinary neuroscience

Fellows in the news

Intimate Engagements programme 2021-22 announced

Clare Hall is delighted to reveal the programme for the 2021-22 season of Intimate Engagements. This much-loved series started in 2006 under the artistic direction of Abigail Dolan, and has earned a reputation in the musical life of Cambridge for its thoughtful programming, and for the high quality of performances, which have showcased internationally-known musicians including Emma Kirkby, Charles Owen and Alina Ibragimova.Patrick Hemmerlé, the series’ new Artistic Director, comments:...
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Emeritus Fellow wins 6th World China Studies Contribution Award

Professor Michael Loewe, Emeritus Fellow of Clare Hall, received a 6th World China Studies Contribution Award yesterday, for his research in Sinology.He commented:
"I am honoured by the World Forum on China Studies for the award of Contribution to China Studies in the World. Many years have passed since the beginning of my cooperation with Chinese scholars; in the process, I fully appreciate their contribution to the study of the history of Chinese civilisation, and it is...
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Honorary Fellow and PhD candidate curate exhibition on the UN's 1995 Fourth World Conference on Women

Melanne Verveer, Honorary Fellow of Clare Hall, and Rebecca Turkington, a PhD candidate in History here, have curated an exhibition titled Women's Rights Are Human Rights: The United States and the U.N. Fourth World Conference on Women. The exhibition, which launched yesterday at Georgetown University Library, Washington DC, examines the Fourth World Conference on Women, which was the largest UN conference in history, convening more than 6,000 official delegates from almost every...
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Students invited to join Special Interest Groups this Michaelmas

Clare Hall has announced the return of Special Interest Groups (previously referred to here as a pilot mentoring scheme) this Michaelmas. These are subject-focused groups of students and Fellows (and other members of the College) that aim to encourage regular small-group social and intellectual interactions among College members with shared interests in particular academic areas.Each...
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