Your life in their hands - panel chairs revealed

October 1, 2004

* Sir Leszek Borysiewicz, deputy rector, Imperial College London Cardiovascular medicine, cancer studies, infection and immunology, other hospital-based and lab-based clinical subjects

* Maggie Pearson, deputy v-c, Keele University Dentistry, nursing and midwifery, allied health studies, pharmacy n Robert Stout, director of R&D for NI Health and Social Services, Queen's University Belfast Epidemiology and public health, health services research, primary care and other community-based clinical subjects, psychiatry, neuroscience, clinical psychology

* Sir John Beringer, pro-vice-chancellor, Bristol University Biological sciences, pre-clinical and human biological sciences, agriculture, veterinary and food science

* Dame Julia Higgins, vice-president, Royal Society Earth systems and environmental sciences, chemistry, physics

* Nigel Hitchin, professor of geometry, Oxford University Pure and applied mathematics, statistics, computer science, informatics

* Ann Dowling, Cambridge University Engineering (electrical and electronic, general, mineral and mining, chemical, civil, mechanical, aeronautical and manufacturing, metallurgy and materials)

* Nigel Thrift, Oxford University Architecture and the built environment, town, country planning, geography and environmental studies, archaeology

* David Otley, professor of accounting and management, Lancaster University Economics, accounting and finance, business and management studies, library and information management

* Hazel Genn, professor of socio-legal studies, University College London Law, politics, international studies, social work, social policy and administration, sociology, anthropology, development studies

* Vicki Bruce, vice-principal, Edinburgh University Psychology, education, sports-related studies

* Judie Newman, head of American and Canadian studies, Nottingham University American studies and Anglophone area studies, Middle Eastern, African, Asian and European studies

* Nigel Vincent, professor of comparative philology, Manchester University Modern languages, Celtic studies, English language and literature, linguistics

* Martin Daunton, professor of economic history, Cambridge University Classics, ancient history, Byzantine and modern Greek studies, philosophy, theology, divinity and religious studies and history

* Bruce Brown, dean, arts and architecture faculty, Brighton University Art and design, history of art, architecture and design, drama, dance and performing arts, communications, cultural and media studies and music.

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