Fellowships

March 28, 1997

Royal Society of Edinburgh

The following were elected as ordinary fellows of the society: Ian Alexander, regius professor and head of department of plant and soil science, University of Aberdeen; Sandra Billington, reader in medieval and renaissance theatre, University of Glasgow; Ian Booth, professor, department of molecular and cell biology, University of Aberdeen; Iain Brown, assistant keeper, department of manuscripts, National Library of Scotland; Brian Burchell, professor of biochemical medicine, University of Dundee; Mary Corsar, chairman, TSB Foundation, Scotland; Margaret Crowther, professor of social history, University of Glasgow; Donald Davidson, professor of environmental science, University of Stirling; Geoffrey Duxbury, professor of chemical physics, University of Strathclyde; Richard Fawcett, principal inspector of ancient monuments, Historic Scotland, Edinburgh; George Gettinby, professor, department of statistics and modelling science, University of Strathclyde; Timothy Goodman, professor of mathematics, University of Dundee; Alistair Grant, chairman, Scottish & Newcastle plc, Edinburgh and chairman of the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council; Peter Grant, professor of electronic signal processing, University of Edinburgh; Robert Hawley, chief executive British Energy plc; Peter Hutchison, chairman, Hutchison & Craft Ltd, Glasgow; Neil Isaacs, Joseph Black, professor of protein crystallography, University of Glasgow; Richard Kenway, Tait professor of mathe-matical physics and director of Edinburgh parallel computing centre, University of Edinburgh; Andrew Lawrence, regius professor of astronomy, University of Edinburgh; Thomas MacFarlane, professor of oral microbiology and dean of the dental school, University of Glasgow; Ivana Markova, professor of psychology, University of Stirling; John Mason, principal and vice chancellor, Glasgow Caledonian University; Patricia Monaghan, reader, institute of biomedical and life sciences, University of Glasgow; William Morrison, head of the division of immunology and pathology, Institute for Animal Health, Newbury; James Neil, professor of virology and molecular oncology and head of the MRC Retrovirus Laboratory, University of Glasgow; Thomas Pennington, professor of bacteriology and vice dean of research, faculty of medicine and medical sciences, University of Aberdeen; Alan Phelps, professor of plasma physics and deputy head of department, University of Strathclyde;

Daniel Reid, professor and director, Scottish centre for infection and environmental health, Ruchill Hospital, Glasgow; David Ritchie, director of development, James Clerk Maxwell Foundation, Edinburgh; Bernard Roberts, professor of solar magnetohydrodynamics, University of St Andrews; Edmund Robertson, professor in pure mathematics, University of St Andrews; Elizabeth Russell, professor of social medicine and head of department of public health, University of Aberdeen; David Simpson, chairman, Simpson Research Ltd, Tranent; Peter Sloane, professor of political economy, University of Aberdeen; Richard Susskind, visiting professor, law school, University of Strathclyde and special adviser at Masons solicitors, London; Paul Trayhurn, head of division of biochemical sciences, Rowett Research Institute, Aberdeen; Veronica Van Heyningen, head of cell genetics section, MRC human genetics unit, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh; Nicholas Wade, professor of visual psychology, University of Dundee; Anthony West, professor of chemistry (inorganic), University of Aberdeen; Kathryn Whaler, professor of geophysics, University of Edinburgh; Brian Willetts, professor of civil engineering, University of Aberdeen; Timothy Williamson, professor of logic and metaphysics, University of Edinburgh.

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