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April 28, 1995

UNIVERSITY OF BRADFORD. Readerships: Michael Slater, senior lecturer in chemical engineering takes up a readership in separations technology; Christopher Pass, managerial economics lecturer is now a reader at Bradford Management Centre; Wendy Holloway, lecturer in women's studies has been promoted to a readership in gender relations.

ROYAL POSTGRADUATEMEDICAL SCHOOL

Readerships: M. Alison, senior lecturer, reader in histopathology; P. Bennett, senior lecturer, reader in obstetrics and gynaecology; P. Price, senior lecturer, reader in clinical oncology.

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