On the move ...

September 23, 2005

* Manchester University has appointed Albert McMenemy , formerly director of planning and academic services, deputy registrar; Brian Ward , formerly of the University of Florida, professor of American studies;

Timothy Parkin , formerly of the University of Queensland, professor of ancient history; Karl Herholz , previously of the University of Cologne, professor of clinical neurosciences; Andrew Mayes , formerly of Liverpool University, professor of cognitive neuroscience; Martin Conyon , formerly of Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, professor of corporate governance; Stephen Payne , formerly of Cardiff University, chair of interactive systems design; Stefan Berger , formerly of Glamorgan University, professor of modern German and comparative European history;

Leonard Seymour , previously of Oxford University, professor of gene therapy; William Callahan , formerly of Durham Univer-sity, professor of international politics; Peter Naudé , formerly of Bath University, professor of marketing; Rainer Müller , formerly of the University of Berlin, professor of pharmaceutics,biopharmaceutics and biotechnology; Frank Stephen , formerly of Strathclyde University, professor of regulation;

Jennifer Mason , formerly of Leeds University, professor of sociology; Carol Smart , formerly of Leeds University, professor of sociology; Junichi Tsujii , formerly of the University of Tokyo, professor of text mining; and Enrique Amaya , formerly of the Wellcome Trust/ Cancer Research UK Gurdon Institute, Cambridge University, Healing Foundation chair of tissue regeneration.

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