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Professor Tim Whitmarsh
Supervisor in Classics, A. G. Leventis Professor of Greek Culture, Director of Studies for Prelims/Part IA/Part IB in Classics
Classics
Tim Whitmarsh is the A. G. Leventis Professor of Greek Culture at the University of Cambridge, and a Fellow of St John’s College. A specialist in the literature, culture and religion of ancient Greece, he is the author of 9 books, including Battling the Gods: Atheism in the Ancient World (Knopf 2015) and Dirty Love: The Genealogy of the Ancient Greek Novel (Oxford University Press 2018). He also edits the Oxford Classical Dictionary. He has written over 80 academic articles, lectured on every inhabited continent, and contributed frequently to newspapers such as The Guardian, the Times Literary Supplement and the London Review of Books, as well as to BBC radio and TV.
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Dr Derek G D Wight
Emeritus Associate Lecturer in Pathology, Former College Lecturer and Director of Studies in Pathology and Clinical Medicine
Pathology
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Professor Eske Willerslev
College Supervisor in Zoology
Natural Science (Biological)
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David Williams
Dr David L Williams
Director of Studies in Veterinary Medicine & Pathology, College Lecturer in Pathology, Associate University Lecturer in Veterinary Ophthalmology
Medical Science

Pathology
Veterinary and comparative ophthalmology, specifically age-related cataract, ocular surface disease and immunology.
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Dr Alex Wilshaw
College Lecturer in Biological Anthropology, Research Associate on the 'In Africa' Project, Deputy Dean of Discipline
Archaeology
Biological Anthropology
Human Evolution. In particular, the evolution of Later Stone Age technologies, human evolutionary ecology and population patterns during the late-Pleistocene/early-Holocene in Kenya and East Africa.
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Dr Ian M Winter
College Lecturer in Physiology
Medical Science
Physiology
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Dr Alex Wong
English
English poetry of the early modern period until about 1700; English Renaissance verse in relation to Renaissance Latin verse; Victorian literature, especially authors associated with the Aesthetic Movement; the essay; form, style and genre; irony.
Working at present on 'aesthetic criticism' and the 'aesthetic life' as represented by late-Victorian and early-twentieth-century writers in the wake of Walter Pater.
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Dr Paul T Wood
College Lecturer in Inorganic Chemistry, University Lecturer in Inorganic Chemistry, Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Physical)
Natural Sciences (Physical)

Inorganic Chemistry
Synthesis and characterisation of new porous materials for gas separation and storage, and new magnetic materials. Synthesis in superheated liquids.
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Professor Andrew W Woods
College Supervisor in Mathematics , BP Prof of Petroleum Science
Mathematics
Applied Mathematics
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Professor Andrew D H Wyllie
College Supervisor in Pathology, Emeritus Professor of Pathology
Medical Science
Pathology
The biology of programmed cell death (apoptosis). The role of apoptosis in response to cell injury and its relevance to cancer. The molecular biology of human colorectal cancer.
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Aaron Zhao
Mr Aaron Zhao
Research Fellow
Computer Science
Machine Learning, Computer Architecture, Machine Learning Security.
I am currently a PhD student at the Computer Lab of University of Cambridge, supervised by Dr Robert Mullins. I finished my MPhil degree from Cambridge and was supervised by Dr Robert Mullins as well. Prior to that, I obtained my Electrical and Electronic Engineering BEng degree from the Imperial College London with my final two years supervised by Prof George Constantinides. During my BEng studies, I was tutored by Dr Papavassiliou. My current research focuses on efficient machine learning, secure machine learning and machine learning hardware designs.
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