Female panellists

May 13, 2005

Anna Dominiczak of Glasgow University (cardiovascular medicine); Rosalind Smyth of Liverpool University (other hospital-based clinical subjects); Valerie Beral of Oxford University (epidemiology and public health); Jennifer Kirkham of Leeds University (dentistry); Tracey Howe of Glasgow Caledonian University (allied health professions and studies); Elizabeth Jones of Warwick University (biological sciences)

Dianne Edwards of Cardiff University (earth systems and environmental sciences); Wendy Flavell of Manchester University (physics); Sylvia Richardson of Imperial College London (statistics and operational research); Alexandra Poulovassilis of Birkbeck College, London (computer science and informatics); Alicia El Haj of Keele University (general engineering and mineral and mining engineering); Susan Owens of Cambridge University (town and country planning); Jane Broadbent of Royal Holloway, University of London (accounting and finance); Alison Adam of Salford University (library and information management); Christine Chinkin of the London School of Economics (law); Mary Daly of Queen's University Belfast (sociology); Jane Dacre of University College London (education); Rachel Dwyer of the School of Oriental and African Studies (Asian studies); Diana Knight of Nottingham University (French); Jenny Cheshire of Queen Mary, University of London (linguistics); Ruth Chadwick of Lancaster University (philosophy); Sandra Kemp of the Royal College of Art (art and design); Stephanie Jordan of Roehampton University (drama, dance and performing arts); and Nicola le Fanu of York University (music).

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