Queen's Birthday Honours List

June 17, 2005

KNIGHTS BACHELOR

Knighthoods

Roderick Castle Floud , president, London Metropolitan University, for services to higher education. Richard Lavenham Gardner , Royal Society professor of zoology, Oxford University, for services to biological sciences. John Rankine Goody , emeritus professor of social anthropology, St John's College, Cambridge University, for services to social anthropology. Peter Knight , head of department of physics, Imperial College London, for services to optical physics.

ORDER OF THE BATH

Companions of the Order of the Bath

Janice Shiner, director-general, lifelong learning, Department for Education and Skills. Paul Wiles , chief scientific adviser and director of research, development and statistics, Home Office.

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE   

Knights of the the Order of St Michael and St George

Gordon Richard Conway , chief scientific adviser, Department of International Development, for services to international development, science and agriculture.

Companions of the Order of St Michael and St George

Herbert Michael Gilles , emeritus professor of tropical medicine, Liverpool University, for services to tropical medicine.

Archibald Haworth Brown , professor of politics, Oxford, for services to UK-Russian relations and to the study of political science and international affairs.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

Dames Commander of the Order of the British Empire

Carol Mary Black , CBE president, Royal College of Physicians, for services to medicine. Nancy Jane Rothwell , vice-president for research and professor of physiology, Manchester University, for services to science.

Commanders of the Order of the British Empire

Adrian Peter Bird , Buchanan professor of genetics, Edinburgh University, for services to science. Jonathan Bradshaw , professor of social policy, York University, for services to child welfare. David John Collins , principal, South Cheshire College, Crewe, for services to further education. David Fowler , biogeochemistry science director, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Natural Environment Research Council, for services to the study of atmospheric pollution. Anna Gregor , consultant oncologist, Edinburgh Cancer Centre, for services to medicine. Peter Grindrod , visiting professor of applied industrial mathematics, Bath University, for services to mathematical research and development. Alan Anthony Jackson , director and professor of human nutrition, Southampton University, for services to public health and nutrition. Roger James Peter Kain , Montefiore professor of geography, Exeter University, for services to scholarship. Ian Calman Muir MacLennan , honorary consultant clinical immunologist, Birmingham University Hospital Trust, for services to medical sciences. Martin Neil Marshall , head of the division of primary care and professor of general practice, National Primary Care Research and Development, for services to healthcare. Clifford Martin McKee , professor of European public health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, for services to healthcare. David Godfrey Pettifor , Isaac Wolfson professor of metallurgy, Oxford, for services to science. Elizabeth Joyce Tait , director, Innogen Centre, Economic and Social Research Council, Edinburgh, for services to social science. Michael Alan Webster , principal, Perth College, for services to further education.

Officers of the Order of the British Empire

Haleh Afshar , professor of politics, York University, for services to equal opportunities. Anthony Stevenson Blinkhorn , professor of oral health, Manchester, for services to dentistry. Clifford Robert Burrows , director, Centre for Power Transmission and Motion Control, Bath, for services to higher education and to engineering. Gillian Anne Gehring , professor of solid state physics, Sheffield University, for services to physics and to equal opportunities. Roger Harrison , lately chair, board of management, Cumbernauld College, for services to further education in Scotland. Adrian Neville Hill , head of business and community policy, Higher Education Funding Council for England, for services to industry-university collaboration. Susan Lesley Hill , chief scientific officer, Department of Health, for services to health. James Spencer Horrocks , principal and chief executive, Barnfield College, Luton, for services to further education. Paul John McKelvie , director, ScottishPower Learning, for services to lifelong learning in Scotland. Jack Anthony Morris , chair of governors, City and Islington College, London, for services to further education. Pamela Munn , professor of curriculum research and head, Moray House School of Education, Edinburgh, for services to education in Scotland. Ian Michael Peacock , governor, London School of Economics, for services to higher education. Anthony Pitcher , lately principal, West Hertfordshire College, for services to further education.

JP Harkirtan Singh-Raud , senior lecturer in science education, Liverpool John Moores University, for services to education and to diversity. Brian David Robinson , principal and chief executive, Coleg Sir Gar, Carmarthenshire, for services to education and to training in Wales.

Patricia Anne Rodenburg , head of voice, Guildhall School of Music and Drama and of the Royal National Theatre, for services to drama. David Harold Saxon , Kelvin professor of physics, Glasgow University, for services to science. Theo Perry Calwell Schofield , general medical practitioner, Shipston-on-Stour and director of communication, Ethox Centre, Oxford, for services to healthcare. Peter Swann , professor of economics, Nottingham University Business School, for services to business and to economic policy. Anne Elizabeth Tattersfield , emeritus professor, respiratory medicine, head of division, respiratory medicine, Nottingham, for services to medicine. Edward Francis Timms , founder, Centre for German-Jewish Studies, Sussex University, for services to scholarship. Olwen Elizabeth Williams , consultant, genitourinary medicine, Wrexham Maelor and Glan Clwyd Hospitals, for services to medicine in Wales. David Michael Winter , professor of rural policy and director, Centre for Rural Research, Exeter University, for services to rural affairs.

Members of the Order of the British Empire

Dennis Bell , driver, Mobile Training Unit, East Antrim Institute of Further and Higher Education, for services to further education. Janette Arkwright Bunn , lately refectory manager, Barking College, London, for services to further education. Peter Courtnell , principal technician, Portsmouth University School of Architecture, for services to higher education. Margaret Davis , higher executive officer, Higher Education Directorate, DFES, for services to higher education.

Christopher Robert Elliott , master mariner, for services to scientific exploration and to maritime operations in polar regions. Janice Fiske , senior lecturer and consultant in special care dentistry, GKT Dental Institute and divisional director for dental services, Guy's and St Thomas'

National Health Service Trust. David Foskett , associate dean, School of Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure, Thames Valley University, for services to higher education. Janet Griffiths , associate specialist, University Dental Hospital, Cardiff, for services to dentistry. Grenville Roderick Hancox , professor of music, Canterbury Christ Church University College, for services to higher education. Margaret Isabelle Hopkins , associate lecturer, Open University, for services to higher education in Dumfries and Galloway. Gill Hutchings , director of community education and skills for life, Solihull College, West Midlands, for services to adult basic skills.

Linda Regan , senior research officer, Child and Women Abuse Studies Unit, London Metropolitan University, for services to Women and Children. Anne Elizabeth Simpson , head of disability service, Strathclyde University, for services to disabled students in higher education. Leo Vint , senior caretaker, Newry and Kilkeel Institute of Further and Higher Education, for services to further education in Northern Ireland. Colin MacKay Warwick , photographer, Edinburgh, for services to veterinary education.

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