Chairs

January 24, 1997

University of Wales College of Medicine. Tudor Griffith, former reader in the department of diagnostic radiology, has been awarded a personal chair.

University of Leeds

Robert Mueller has been appointed to the first full-time NHS consultant post in clinical genetics; Allan Fordy, reader in applied mathematics, personal chair in nonlinear mathematics.

Royal College of Art

Visiting professors: Daniel Libeskind, architect, Berlin, recent winner of the competition for the extension to the Victoria & Albert Museum; Martin Hunt, founder of Queensberry Hunt Design Partnership; Perry King, designer; Gillian Naylor, former deputy course leader of the V&A/Royal College of Art history of design course; Wendy Ramshaw, artist and jewellery designer; Terry Gilliam, film director; Allan Scharff, craftsman and designer.

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