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December 19, 1997

Queen Mary and Westfield College

Readerships: J. Boffey, medieval studies; M. Fitzmaurice, international law; J. Grahl, economics of European integration; S. Greenwald, cardiovascular biomechanics and biomaterials; J. Gunnell, ecology; P. Hajek, clinical psychology; P. Heathcote, biochemistry; P. Hogg, materials engineering; R. Jones, theoretical physics; B. Kidd, rheumatology and muscoloskeletal medicine; C. Powell, chemical and pharmaceutical safety

D. Rampton, gastroenterology; C. Thiemermann, pharmacology; J. Wedzicha, respiratory medicine; P. Winyard, experimental medicine. C. Beck, applied mathematics; D. Burgess, mathematics and astronomy; W. Chan, virology; B. Cheyette, English and Judaic studies; P. Coles, maths and astronomy: P. Hamilton, physical chemistry; G. Hawkes, physical organic chemistry; N. Sandham, aerodynamics; A. Sullivan, inorganic chemistry.

King's College, London

Readerships: Ingvar Bjarnason, clinical pathology; Tom Keenoy, management; David Squires, educational computing; Alan Turner-Smith, rehabilitation engineering. Karim Arafat, classical archaeology; Julian Baldick, Islamic studies; Helen Fielding, physical chemistry; James Gow, war studies; Max Saunders, English; Lakmal Seneviratne, mechatronics.

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