NHS chief becomes Dundee principal

February 25, 2000

Sir Alan Langlands (above), chief executive of the National Health Service Executive in England, will become principal of Dundee University from September. He will succeed Ian Graham-Bryce who retires after six years.

Sir Alan is principal policy adviser for the NHS, the top health service manager in the United Kingdom, responsible for overseeing funds totalling Pounds 40 billion. He said his aim would be to create an environment in which every student and every member of staff can reach their full potential.

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