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Harris, Dr David Anselm

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Dr David Anselm Harris Stipendiary Lecturer in Biochemistry and Tutorial Fellow Email: david.harris@bioch.ox.ac.uk David Harris is a university lecturer and tutorial fellow in Biochemistry at St Anne’s and Oriel.  His research looks at protein-protein interactions in control of energy metabolism. With Lynn Cox and Catherine Pears he authored the OUP Thrive in Biochemistry and Molecular


Harnew, Professor Neville

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Professor Neville Harnew Fellow and Tutor of Physics and Senior Physics TutorProfessor of Physics Email: neville.harnew@physics.ox.ac.uk Department Website Academic background   Neville Harnew earned a PhD in Elementary Particle Physics at Westfield College, University of London, in 1978. He was subsequently a Research Associate at the University of Michigan and a CERN Fellow between 1983


Hambly, Professor Ben

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Professor Ben Hambly Professor of MathematicsTutorial Fellow in Applied Mathematics Email: hambly@maths.ox.ac.uk Department Website Academic background Before coming to Oxford in 2000 he had held lectureships at the Universities of Bristol and Edinburgh as well as post-doctoral positions at the University of Cambridge and the University of California, San Diego. He completed his PhD at


Hall, Professor Todd

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Grønlie, Dr Siân

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Biography Siân did a degree in English Language and Literature, specialising in the medieval period (course II). She then completed a D.Phil on Old Norse literature and taught at various colleges in Oxford before settling on St Anne’s. She has a particular interest in medieval conversion narratives, saints’ lives, biblical interpretation, saga literature and storytelling.


Grovenor, Professor Christopher

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Professor Chris Grovenor Fellow and Tutor in Materials ScienceProfessor of MaterialsWolfson Fellow in Metallurgy and Science of Materials Email: chris.grovenor@materials.ox.ac.uk Department Website Research interests Chris has interests in the application of advanced analytical techniques to understanding the relationship between chemistry and microstructure and the properties of functional materials.  Current areas of research include: Oxidation and


Green, Professor Nicholas

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Professor Nicholas Green Stipendiary Lecturer in ChemistryDirector of Studies for the Department of Chemistry Email: nicholas.green@chem.ox.ac.uk Department Website   Academic Background Professor Green is a Lecturer in Chemistry at St Anne’s and Oriel. He completed his BA, MA and Dphil in Chemistry at Jesus College Oxford and subsequently had an SERC Research Fellowship and a JRF


Goold, Professor Imogen

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Professor Imogen Goold Associate Professor of Law, Tutorial Fellow Email: imogen.goold@st-annes.ox.ac.uk Academic background Imogen Goold studied Law and Modern History at the University of Tasmania, Australia, receiving her PhD in 2005. Her doctoral research explored the use of property law to regulate human body parts. She also received a Masters degree in Bioethics from the


Ghosh, Mr Peter

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Research Peter has been a Fellow of St Anne’s since 1982. He has two related research interests: the interface between political ideas and English politics, c. 1850 – 1895 the evolution of Western European and British ideas, including historiography, from the Enlightenment to the present. His current research commitments focus on Max Weber and the