Chairs

September 15, 1995

UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM

Adrian Cruise, deputy director (space technology) British National Space Centre to the chair of astrophysics and space research; Kenneth Harris, lecturer in physical chemistry, University College London, to the chair of structural chemistry; John Jeffreys, reader at St Mary's Hospital Medical School, Imperial College, to the chair of neuroscience; Andrew King, reader in theoretical mechanics, University of Nottingham, to the chair of applied mathematics; David Marsh, department of government studies at the University of Strathclyde, chair of political science and international studies; Gregory McCulloch, reader, University of Nottingham, to the chair of philosophy; Adrian Randall, senior lecturer, chair of English social history; Colin Rickwood, head of school, to the chair of management accounting; Michael Toolan, University of Washington, to the chair of applied English linguistics; Denys Turner, senior lecturer at the University of Bristol, to the H. G. Wood chair of theology.

Personal professorships: Paul Bowen, senior lecturer in the school of metallurgy and materials; Jayne Franklin, reader in medicine and honorary consultant physician at Queen Elizabeth Hospital; John Hill Gaston, reader in experimental rheumatology; Angela Gurnell, reader in the school of geography; John Haldon, reader in Byzantine studies; Peter Jones, reader of modern history; David Kelsey, reader in the department of economics; John Kinson, reader in the school of physics and space research; Janice Marshall, reader in the department of physiology; Martin Rowe, reader in the department of cancer studies.

Honorary professors: Christopher Batty, scientist in the particle physics department of Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, for five years from June 1; Ronald Fraser, of the Horticulture Research International, Wellesbourne, for three years from May 1; Michael Hamlin, former principal and vice chancellor of the University of Dundee; Hamlyn Jones, head for sites and director of crop science research at the Horticulture Research International, for three years from May 1; Paul McMaster, consultant general surgeon at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, for five years from May 1; Michel Mehler, programme manager of BT's Network Corporate Research Programme, for five years from May 1; Graham Oates, director of strategic planning for Nuclear Electric, for five years from June 1; Christopher Payne, chief executive of the Horticulture Research International, for three years from May 1; Richard Wise, consultant medical microbiologist, City Hospital NHS Trust.

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