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Chris Dobson
Professor Sir Christopher Dobson
Natural Science (Biological)
Molecular Sciences
Investigation of the fundamental science underlying neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, and the development of new strategies for their treatment and prevention.
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Ruth Abbott
Dr Ruth Abbott
English
My research focuses on textual scholarship and 18th and 19th century manuscripts, chiefly writers' notebooks, with a particular emphasis on compositional practices, reading practices (including the practice of reading aloud), research practices, the history of scholarship, and the organisation of knowledge.
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Albertina Albors-Llorens
Dr Albertina Albors-Llorens
Law
European Union Law, in particular EU remedies. Competition law in the European Union and the interface between Competition Law and Consumer Protection Law.
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Dr Pierpaolo Antonello
Modern and Medieval Languages

Italian
Twentieth century Italian writing and intellectual history, Futurism and the Avant-Garde, Literature and Science, Calvino, Postmodern Italian literature, French theory and epistemology (Girard, Serres).
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Dr Neil Arnold
Geography
The interactions between ice sheets, glaciers and climate at the present day, and in the past. Interactions between the hydrology and dynamics of glaciers. Mathematical models of these interactions. Development of computer-based, interactive teaching resources.
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Arsan
Dr Andrew Arsan
History
Middle Eastern History
Modern Middle Eastern history and world history.
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Mete
Professor Mete Atatüre
Natural Sciences (Physical)
Physics
My research group's primary focus is on the optical control of solid-state based mesoscopic quantum systems for the goals of quantum information processing.
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Bales A
Dr Adam Bales
Philosophy
Decision Making
I am interested in the way that we do and should make decisions; in the role that regret and resolution play in our lives; and in the role of practical wisdom.
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Professor Graeme Barker
Archaeology
Archaeology
Prehistoric archaeology. Landscape and environmental archaeology. Transitions from foraging to farming.
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Professor Tim Bayliss-Smith
Geography
Tropical rainforest management, logging and indigenous social institutions in Solomon Islands and Fiji; agricultural intensification and population change in pre-colonial Melanesia.
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Professor H Richard Beadle
English
Medieval English Literature, early history of European drama. Palaeography, textual and editorial studies, the history of the book.
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Joanna Bell.
Dr Joanna Bell
Law
My primary research interest is administrative law. My research focuses on a number of issues within this field, but I am primarily interested in the nature of administrative law doctrine and, in particular, whether it is possible or helpful to understand that body of doctrine through the lens of a single 'organising principle.' I am also interested, more broadly, in issues of UK public law, public and private law theory, general jurisprudence and the methodology of legal scholarship.
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Dr Quentin Berthet
Mathematics
Statistics
Statistics, Machine Learning, High-dimensional problems and trade-offs.
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Professor Serena Best
Natural Sciences (Physical)
Materials Science
The production and characterisation of ceramic materials for medical application. The evaluation of bioactive materials for bone replacement and bone repair. The development of a new generation of pharmaceutical biomaterials.
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Dr Nicholas Blunt
Natural Sciences (Physical)
Chemistry
High-accuracy quantum chemistry methods, particularly for systems where established approaches are unreliable; quantum Monte Carlo methods; excited-state and finite-temperature methods in quantum chemistry.
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Dr Alexandre Bouayad
Dr Alexandre Bouayad
Mathematics
Pure Mathematics
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Professor Patrick Boyde
Modern and Medieval Languages
Italian
The interaction between Dante’s thought and poetry; Dante and the visual arts; rival theories and styles in the declamation of Homer; the first performance in London (1635) of a play by Corneille (1606-84).
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Dr Tristan Brown
Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
Chinese History
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James Bryson
Dr James Bryson
Natural Sciences (Physical)
Earth Sciences
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Professor Graham Burton
Medical Science
Placental development and function. The role of placental stress in early pregnancy failure, growth restriction and pre-eclampsia. Early fetal nutrition and metabolism, and developmental programming of adult disease.
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Tim Button
Dr Tim Button
Philosophy
Metaphysics, Logic, Philosophy of Mathematics, Philosophy of Language, Metametaphysics.
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Dr Stefano Castelvecchi
Music
Eighteenth-and nineteenth-century opera, Mozart and Rossini, textual criticism, genre.
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Andrew Chen
Dr Andrew Chen
History of Art
Renaissance art and contemplative practices; function and meaning of art in ritual contexts; ruptures between representation and expectation.
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Professor Malcolm Clarke
Law
The law of obligations, in particular, the law relating to insurance and to the carriage of goods and passengers.
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