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September 1, 1995

UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS

Readerships have been awarded to former senior lecturers as follows: Martin Butler, renaissance drama; Paul Hammond, 17th century literature; David Lindley, renaissance literature; Andrew Wawn, English and Icelandic studies; Robert Black, renaissance history; David Steele, history; John McGuckin, patristic and Byzantine theology; Mark Macklin, fluvial environmental change; Stephen Harrison, health policy and politics; Elwyn Isaac, invertebrate neuroendocrinology; John Kennedy, inorganic chemistry; David Wilson, control engineering; Trevor Brocklebank, paediatric nephrology; Philip Quirke, molecular pathology applied to cancer research; James Thornton, obstetrics and gynaecology; Ian Halliburton, virology. Andrew McIntosh, former lecturer, reader in combustion theory.

Honorary readerships: Kenneth MacLennan, senior clinical lecturer, tumour pathology; Clifford Bailey, senior clinical lecturer, paediatric oncology.

UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL

Readerships: Former lecturers - P. Barham, physics; V. Smith, physics; G. Norton, information technology; A. Wathen, numerical analysis . Former senior lecturers - J. Davis, fluid mechanics; C. Garland, pharmacology; J. Henley, anatomy; J. Holly, medicine; J. Kirwan, consultant senior lecturer in rheumatology; S. Lawson, physiology; R. Means, urban studies; G. Norton, information technology; R. Porter, Russian; G. Reddiford, education; B. Sufrin, law; W. Wade, oral microbiology.

Former senior research fellows -- J. Bidwell, transplantation sciences.

Senior research fellowships: M. Adams, anatomy; A. Clarke, biochemistry; C. Ingram, anatomy; P. Warriss, meat animal science.

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