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Flyvbjerg, Professor Bent

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Professor Bent Flyvbjerg Professorial Fellow and Director, Management Studies Email: bent.flyvbjerg@sbs.ox.ac.uk Academic background Bent Flyvbjerg is the first BT Professor and inaugural Chair of Major Programme Management at Saïd Business School and a Professorial Fellow of St Anne’s College. He works for better management of megaprojects and cities. Bent also writes about the philosophy and methodology


Donnelly, Professor Sir Peter

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Academic Background Peter Donnelly is Professor of Statistical Science at the Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics, University of Oxford. He grew up in Australia and on graduating from the University of Queensland he studied for a doctorate in Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. He held professorships at the Universities of London and Chicago before returning


Demeyere, Dr Nele

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Teaching   Undergraduate: tutorials for Prelims Psychology, Prelims Biomedical Sciences, Part 1 Cognition, Psychology for Medicine Graduate: MSc and PhD research supervision   Resarch My primary research interests are in cognitive neuropsychology, including the impact and nature of cognitive impairments post stroke, with a particular affinity for attentional and executive processes. I am now also


Deane, Professor Charlotte

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Professor Charlotte Deane Professor of Structural Bioinformatics Head of the Oxford Protein Informatics Group (OPIG) Email: deane@stats.ox.ac.uk Website/social media accounts: http://www.stats.ox.ac.uk/~deane/http://opig.stats.ox.ac.uk/ Academic background  Charlotte originally trained as a chemist, before starting a PhD in Bioinformatics at Cambridge. This was followed by two years at UCLA as a Wellcome Trust Research Fellow. In 2002 she became a


Davies, Professor Gareth

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  Research Interests The growth of government power in the United States American environmental history Political history of 1960s and 1970s Gareth Davies is a political and environmental historian of the United States. His research centres on US political history during the 19th and 20th centuries, and particularly on the changing role of government in


Crisp, Professor Roger

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Professor Roger Crisp Uehiro Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy Professor of Moral Philosophy, Faculty of Philosophy Email: roger.crisp@st-annes.ox.ac.uk Faculty Website Academic background BPhil. 1983; MA (Literae Humaniores) 1985; DPhil. 1988 Biography Prof. Roger Crisp was in the first male cohort at St Anne’s in 1979, admitted to read Lit. Hum. After a BPhil. and DPhil.


Collins, Dr David

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Dr David Collins Stipendiary Lecturer in Materials Science  Email: david.collins@materials.ox.ac.uk Academic Background David graduated with a MEng in Aerospace Materials from Imperial College London in 2008. His final year research project, supervised by David Dye and Richard Dashwood, was in the ‘Observation of in situ variant selection using synchrotron X-ray radiation of near equiatomic NiTi’.


Cocks, Professor Alan

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Professor Alan Cocks Professorial Fellow of Materials Engineering Email: alan.cocks@eng.ox.ac.uk Department Website Academic background   Ph.D. in Engineering, Cambridge (1981) MA, Oxford (2006) BSc Engineering. Leicester (1977) Research interests   Micromechanical modelling Creep deformation and failure Modelling powder processing – flow, compaction and sintering Modelling the performance of welded components Modelling the performance of Thermal


Clegg, Professor Sonya

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Research Interests I am an evolutionary ecologist interested in the processes that promote divergence in wild vertebrate systems. To understand the processes of genetic, morphological and ecological/behavioural differentiation, I combine field and molecular ecology approaches in my research. I currently lead a long-term field project on natural selection, demography and behaviour in a bird population