Fellowships

June 26, 1998

The Royal Society

On May 14, the following were elected fellows: Colin Atkinson, professor of applied mathematics, Imperial College, London.

David Barker, director of the Medical Research Council environmental epidemiology unit, University of Southampton.

Jean Beggs, professorial fellow in the institute of cell and molecular biology, University of Edinburgh and Royal Society EPA Cephalosporin Fund senior research fellow.

Harshad Bhadeshia, reader in physical metallurgy in the department of materials science and metallurgy, Cambridge University.

David Bowen, president of Bede Scientific Incorporated, Denver, US.

Roger Cashmore, professor of experimental physics and head of particle and nuclear physics, University of Oxford.

Andrew Casson, professor of mathematics, University of California at Berkeley.

Thomas Cavalier-Smith, professor of botany, University of British Columbia, Vancouver.

David Clark, professor of control engineering, University of Oxford Enrico Coen, group leader, John Innes Centre.

Stephen Cook, professor of computer science, University of Toronto.

Peter Crane, vice president of academic affairs, The Field Museum Chicago.

Richard Denton, professor of biochemistry, school of medical sciences, Bristol University.

Raymond Dwek, professor of biochemistry, University of Oxford and director of the Oxford glycobiology unit.

Charles Ellington, reader in animal mechanics, University of Cambridge.

Richard Flavell, director of the John Innes Centre and professor of biology, University of East Anglia.

Kenneth Freeman, astronomer/professorial fellow of the Australian National University.

Brian Greenwood, professor of communicable diseases in the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

John Grime, director of NERC unit of comparative plant ecology, University of Sheffield.

David Hanna, professor of physics and deputy director in the optoelectronics research centre, University of Southampton.

Geoffrey Hinton, professor of computer science and psychology, University of Toronto.

George Martin, professor of molecular and cell biology and research virologist in the Cancer Research Laboratory, University of California at Berkeley.

Raghunath Mashelkar, director general of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, India.

Yoshio Masui, professor in the University of Toronto.

Ronald Newman, professor of physics, Imperial College, London and associate director of London IRC in Semiconductors.

Mark Pepys, professor of immunological medicine, Hammersmith Hospital.

Trevor Platt, head of biological oceanography in the Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Nova Scotia.

Raymond Plumb, professor in the department of earth, atmospheric and planetary science, Massachussetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, US Richard Pudephatt, professor, University of Western Ontario.

Philip Ruffles, director of engineering and technology, Aerospace Group, Rolls-Royce plc.

Anthony Segal, Charles Dent professor of medicine, University College, London.

Ashoke Sen, professor in the Mehta Research Institute of Mathematics and Mathematical Physics, Allahbad, India.

Jonathon Sprent, department of immunology, Research Institute of Scripps Clinic, La Jolla, US.

James Staunton, reader in organic chemistry, University of Cambridge.

John Taylor, director of Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, Bristol.

Robert Thomas, lecturer in physical chemistry, University of Oxford.

Cheryll Tickle, professor of developmental biology, University College, London.

Srinivasa Varadhan, professor of mathematics in the Courant Institute, New York University.

Bernard Wood, professor of earth sciences, University of Bristol.

Brian Worthington, professor emeritus of academic radiology, Queen's Medical Centre, University Hospital, Nottingham.

Foreign Members

John Casida, professor of entomology, director of the Pesticide and Toxicology Laboratory and principal investigator of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Program Project, University of California, Berkeley.

Elias Corey, professor of chemistry, Harvard University.

Walter Kohn, professor of physics and emeritus and research professor, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Oliver Smithies, excellence professor in pathology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Rolf Zinkernagel, professor of pathology, University of Zurich, Switzerland.

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