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Stephen Gull
Professor Stephen F Gull
College Supervisor in Physics and Astrophysics, Emeritus Professor of Physics
Natural Sciences (Physical)
Radio Astronomy
Bayesian data analysis. Physical applications of geometric algebras. Astrophysical fluid dynamics and plasma physics.
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Commodore John W R Harris
Formerly Domestic Bursar
Royal Navy
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Victoria Harvey
Dr Victoria Harvey
Tutor for Undergraduate Admissions
Modern and Medieval Languages
Dr Victoria Harvey’s research interests lie in 16th century French literature and visual culture. Her PhD thesis examined satirical representations of the figure of the vieille in French Renaissance poetry; more recent research examines 16th century representations of the 1495 syphilis epidemic and Real Tennis in the 16th century.

Dr Harvey was previously Director of Admissions at Lucy Cavendish and also worked in outreach roles at Robinson College and Trinity Hall.

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Professor B Jane Heal
College Supervisor in Philosophy, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy
Philosophy
Philosophy of language and of mind; the thought of Wittgenstein; the interrelations of metaphysics, epistemology and ethics.
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Professor Geoffrey C Horrocks
College Supervisor in Classics, Emeritus Prof of Comparative Philology
Classics
History and structure of the Greek and Latin languages, medieval and modern Greek grammar and semantics, grammatical theory, historical linguistics.
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Professor Deborah Howard
Professor Emerita of Architectural History, Formerly Head of Department of History of Art
Architecture

Architecture & History of Art
The art and architecture of Venice and the Veneto; Renaissance architectural theory; cultural exchanges between Italy and the Eastern Mediterranean; aspects of Scottish architecture.
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Dr Howard P Hughes
Supervisor in Physics, Emeritus Reader in Physics, Formerly Tutor
Natural Sciences (Physical)
Physics
Optical and electronic properties of nanostructures. Plasmons in microstructured metals.
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Professor Ian M Hutchings
Emeritus Professor of Manufacturing Engineering, Chairman of St John's Innovation Centre Ltd.
Engineering
Scientific and technical aspects of inkjet printing; tribology, especially wear, the application of tribological principles to manufacturing processes and the history of tribology
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Dr John B Hutchison
Formerly College Lecturer in Physiology
Physiology
The role of steroids in neuroprotection and brain repair. The neural, biochemical and genetic mechanisms involved in the sexual differentiation of the brain and behaviour.
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Dr Tom Hynes
College Lecturer in Engineering (Part 1), University Reader in Mechanical Engineering
Engineering
Aerodynamics of jet engines. Aircraft and helicopter noise. Compressor stall. Minimising the environmental impact of aviation.
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John Iliffe
Professor John Iliffe
College Supervisor in History, University Prof of African History
History

African History
Research in African History.
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Professor Chris D Jiggins
College Lecturer in Zoology, Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Biological), Animal Biology & Zoology, Evolution & Behaviour
Natural Science (Biological)
Zoology
Speciation and the genetic basis of adaptation in neotropical butterflies. Population genomics in evolutionary biology.
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Ray G Jobling
Formerly Senior Tutor, University Lecturer in Sociology, College Lecturer in Sociology
Human, Social and Political Sciences (HSPS)
Sociology
Sociology and politics of health care and health professions, especially Medicine & Pharmacy. Psycho-social & cultural aspects of chronic illness, especially dermatological conditions.
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Professor Peter T Johnstone
College Supervisor in Mathematics, Emeritus Professor of the Foundations of Mathematics
Mathematics
Pure Mathematics
Categorical aspects of the foundations of mathematics, in particular topos theory. Applications of category theory to mathematical logic, physics and theorectical computer science.
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Dr HJ Joyce
Dr Hannah Joyce
Director of Studies in Engineering Part IB, University Lecturer in Electronic Devices and Materials, College Lecturer in Engineering
Engineering
Semiconductor nanomaterials for optoelectronics and photovoltaics.
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Dr Talitha Kearey
Dr Talitha Kearey
Classics
Latin literature and its reception. My current book project explores concepts of authorship, biography and literary criticism in Virgil’s ancient reception; more broadly, I maintain research interests in Latin poetry and prose, the history of scholarship, reception studies to the present day, and literary and cultural theory (especially feminist and queer studies).

Recent and forthcoming publications:
• ‘(Mis)reading the Gnat: Truth and Deception in the Pseudo-Virgilian Culex’, Ramus 47.2 (2018), 174-196.
• ‘Two Acrostics in Horace’s Satires (1.9.24-8, 2.1.7-10)’, Classical Quarterly 69.2 (forthcoming in December 2019).
• ‘Secondary Metalepsis? Talking to Virgil in Fulgentius’ Expositio Continentiae Virgilianae’, in S. Matzner and G. C. Trimble (edd.),
Metalepsis: Ancient Texts, New Perspectives, Oxford University Press (forthcoming in 2020).

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Professor John F Kerrigan
College Supervisor in English, University Prof of English 2000
English
Shakespeare and early modern literature, especially the interaction between cultural history and British-Irish state formation. Textual scholarship. Poetry since Wordsworth.
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Fleur Kilburn Toppin
Dr Fleur Kilburn-Toppin
Director of Studies in Clinical Medicine & Anatomy, College Lecturer in Clinical Medicine, Deputy Dean of Discipline
Medical Science
Anatomy
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Professor Ann-Louise Kinmonth
College Supervisor and Director of Studies in Clinical Medicine, Clinical Director, Foundation Prof of General Practice, Chair Undergraduate Admissions Working Group, Member of Council, Chair inequalities in health reading group
Medical Science
Prevention of diabetes and its consequences; development and evaluation of complex behavioural interventions; the place of the generalist physician.
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Tuomas KNowles
Professor Tuomas P J Knowles
College Lecturer in Nanoscience
Natural Sciences (Physical)
Nanoscience
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Dr Graham Ladds
College Lecturer in Pharmacology, Director of Studies in Pharmacology
Medical Science
Pharmacology
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Professor Austen Lamacraft
College Lecturer in Physics
Natural Sciences (Physical)
Physics
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Dr Matt Lampitt
Dr Matt Lampitt
Modern and Medieval Languages
My research focuses on medieval literature in French and Occitan, particularly in multilingual, comparative perspectives (especially with literature in Welsh, Latin, and English), and from positions informed by modern critical theory and philosophy (especially queer, feminist, psychoanalytic, ecocritical, and Latourian).
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Cristel Lane
Professor Christel O Lane
College Lecturer in Sociology, Prof of Economic Sociology
Human, Social and Political Sciences (HSPS)
Sociology
Economic Sociology: Varieties of capitalism theory. Transformations of corporate governance systems in Europe. Responses of UK and German companies to globalisation: reconfiguration of the value chain and foreign sourcing.
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Tomas Larsson
Dr Tomas H Larsson
Senior Lecturer in the Department of Politics and International Studies, College Lecturer in Politics
History and Politics

Social & Political Science
Comparative Politics and International Relations: Southeast Asia, state formation, economic development.
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