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Congregation Election 30 November 2006


Contested election

As a member of the Medical Sciences Board

The following election will be contested---see 'Notes on Candidates' below

Four persons from among the members of the Faculty of Clinical Medicine elected jointly by the members of the Faculty of Biochemistry, the Faculty of Clinical Medicine, the Faculty of Physiological Sciences and the Sub-faculty of Psychology (to hold office until MT 2010)

1. Professor G.M. Goodwin, BM, B.Ch., MA, D.Phil., Fellow of Merton, Psychiatry

Nominated by:

K.P. Ebmeier, Linacre, Psychiatry

K.A. Fleming, Green, Clinical Medicine

D.J. Paterson, Merton, Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics

R.E. Phillips, Wolfson, Clinical Medicine

2. S.H. Kennedy, MA (MB, BS, MD London), Fellow of Green, Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Nominated by:

C.A.R. Boyd, Brasenose, Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics

K.A. Fleming, Green, Clinical Medicine

G.M. Goodwin, Merton, Psychiatry

J.F. Stein, Magdalen, Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics

3. Professor J. Kerr, MA (B.Sc., M.Sc., MB, Ch.B., MD, D.sc. Glasgow), Fellow of Corpus Christi, Clinical Pharmacology

Nominated by:

J.I. Bell, Christchurch, Clinical Medicine

G. McKenna, Wolfson, Radiation, Oncology and Biology

K. Nasmyth, Trinity, Biochemistry

H. Waldmann, Lincoln, Sir William Dunn School of Pathology

4. Professor P.J. Ratcliffe, (MA, MB, MD Cambridge), Fellow of Magdalen, Nuffield Department of Medicine

Nominated by:

K.A. Fleming, Green College, Clinical Medicine

S.H. Kennedy, Green College, Obstetrics and Gynaecology

J.L. Meakins, Balliol, Nuffield Department of Surgery

H.C. Watkins, Exeter, Cardiovascular Medicine

5. Professor P.M. Rothwell, MA (MB, Ch.B., MD, Ph.D. Edinburgh), frcp London, Fellow of Green College, Clinical Neurology

Nominated by:

M.J. Donaghy, Green College, Clinical Neurology

G.C. Ebers, St Edmund Hall, Clinical Neurology

I.T. Tracy, Christchurch, Clinical Neurology and Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics

A. Vincent, Somerville, Clinical Neurology

6. Professor H. Watkins, MA (B.Sc., MB, BS, Ph.D., MD London), Fellow of Exeter, Cardiovascular Medicine

Nominated by:

K.A. Fleming, Green College, Clinical Medicine

A.P. Monaco, Merton, Clinical Medicine

D.J. Paterson, Merton, Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics

R.E. Phillips, Wolfson, Clinical Medicine

7. Professor K.J. Wood, D.Phil. (B.Sc. Birmingham), Fellow of Green College, Nuffield Department of Surgery

Nominated by:

K.A. Fleming, Green, Clinical Medicine

P.J. Friend, Green, Surgery

S.H. Kennedy, Green, Obstetrics and Gynaecology

P.J. Ratcliffe, Magdalen, Nuffield Department of Medicine

Notes on candidates for election on 30 November as members of the Medical Sciences Board from among the members of the Faculty of Clinical Medicine elected jointly by the members of the Faculty of Biochemistry, the Faculty of Clinical Medicine, the Faculty of Physiological Sciences and the Sub-faculty of Psychology (to hold office until MT 2010)

Goodwin, Guy

Current and previous posts in the University. W.A. Handley Professor of Psychiatry and Head of University Department of Psychiatry, 1996--.

College fellowships. Professorial Fellow, Merton College, 1996--.

Main University offices held so far. Member, Medical Sciences Board, 2002--6; Member, Nuffield Benefaction Committee, 1999--; Member, Educational Policy and Standards Committee, Medical Sciences, 2005--.

Main college offices held so far. Member, Fellowships and Research Committees, Merton, 2002--.

Other relevant posts and activities. MRC Clinical Scientist, 1986--95.

Kennedy, Stephen

Current and previous posts in the University. Clinical Lecturer 1992--4; Senior Fellow in Reproductive Medicine 1994--9; Clinical Reader 1999--; Head of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

College fellowships. Fellow of Green College 1999--.

Other relevant posts and activities. Director, Oxford--NIH Graduate Student Programme in Biomedical Sciences 2003--; Integrated Academic Training Programme Coordinator 2006--.

Kerr, David

Current and previous posts in the University. Rhodes Professor of Clinical Pharmacology and Cancer Therapeutics, 2001--.

College fellowships. Professorial Fellow, Corpus Christi College 2001--.

Main University offices held so far. Member, Medical Sciences Board, 2005--; Member, Buildings and Estates Subcommittee, 2005--; Head of Department of Clinical Pharmacology 2001--.

Other relevant posts and activities. Chaired the joint report prepared by the Commission for Health Improvement and the Audit Commission 'Implementation of the National Cancer Plan' (2001); chaired the Cancer Services Collaboration for DH, 1999--2002; prepared the costed plan for investing in infrastructure for clinical cancer research (National Cancer Research Network and National Translational Cancer Research Network---NTRAC) and secured funding of £100m from DH; Director, NTRAC, 2001--6; co-chair (with Prof. K.K. Chee), Singaporean International Liver Cancer Translational Research Network, 2005--7; produced 'Kerr Report' providing 20-year plan for future of NHS in Scotland, 2004--5; contributed to general cancer policy through membership of National Cancer Task Force (2001--) and National Bowel Cancer Task Force (2002--); Board Member, European Society of Medical Oncology, 2004--; Board Member, Translational Research Working Group, NIH Washington, 2005--; Board Member, Cancer Programme, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, 2006--.

Ratcliffe, Peter

Current and previous posts in the University. University Lecturer in Clinical Medicine, 1992--2003; Titular Professor of Renal Medicine, 1996--2003; Nuffield Professor of Medicine and Head of Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine, 2004--.

College fellowships. Senior Research Fellow, Jesus College, 1992--2003; Fellow, Magdalen College, 2004--.

Main University offices held so far. Head of Nuffield Department of Medicine, 2004--; member, Medical Sciences Board, 2005--.

Rothwell, Peter

Current and previous posts in the University. Clinical Lecturer in Neurology, 1996--9; MRC Senior Clinical Fellow, 2000--4; Professor of Clinical Neurology, 2004--.

College fellowships. Governing Body Fellow, Green College, 2004--.

Main University offices held so far. Member, Neurosciences Strategy Committee, 2004; Theme Leader for Biomedical Research Centre bid, 2006.

Other relevant posts and activities. Associate editorships: International Journal of Stroke, 2004--; Stroke, 2006--; editorial boards: British Medical Journal, 2006--; Journal of Neurology, 2001--7; Cerebrovascular Disease, 2000--; Trials, 2006--; national level advisory/administrative roles: National Stroke Research Network Adviser on Stroke Prevention; Department of Health Stroke Strategy Steering Group, 2006--; Department of Health TIA Services Group (chair, 2005--); National Institute of Clinical Excellence Stroke Group, 2006; scientific committees: European Stroke Conference, 2003--; British Association of Stroke Physicians, 2004--; International Stroke Society, 2004--; Stroke Association, 2003--; INSERM Review Committee, 2006; NINDS Stroke Research Strategy Committee, 2006; also member of Executive Committees or Data Monitoring Committees for ten multicentre randomised clinical trials.

Watkins, Hugh

Current and previous posts in the University. Field Marshal Alexander Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine and Head of Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, 1996--; Honorary Consultant in Cardiology and General Medicine, John Radcliffe Hospital.

College fellowships. Professorial Fellow, Exeter College, 1996--.

Main University offices held so far. Member, Medical Sciences Board, 2000--, and Research Committee, 2006--.

Main college offices held so far. Member, Fellowship Review Committee, Exeter College, 1998--.

Other relevant posts and activities. Wellcome Trust Clinical Interest Group, 2000--3; Academy of Medical Sciences, Clinical Sciences Sectional Committee Chairman, 2003, 2004; MRC Physiological Systems and Clinical Sciences Board, 2005--.

Wood, Kathryn

Current and previous posts in the University. University Lecturer in Immunology, 1991--6; Professor of Immunology, 1996--; Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award Holder, 2001--.

College fellowships. Weir Junior Research Fellow, University College, 1981--3, Senior Research Fellow 1989--2004; Governing Body Fellow, Green College, 2006--.

Main University offices held so far. Member, Curators of the University Libraries, 1999--2001; Member, Animal Care Committee, 1999--2002; RAE Coordinator, 2006--.

Main college offices held so far. Tutor for Women, University College, 1993--4.

Ballot papers must be returned to the Elections Office, University Offices, Wellington Square, by 4 p.m. on Thursday, 30 November. Ballot papers which arrive after this deadline will not be counted.

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Uncontested

As the number of nominations received is no more than sufficient to fill the following vacancies, the candidates so nominated shall be deemed to be duly elected as of 2 November 2006 (as per Congregation Regulation 2 of 2002, part 8.2(3), made by Congregation on 5 March 2002, amended on 12 October 2004 and 7 March 2006).

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Two (members of Congregation)

To hold office until MT 2010

1. The Rt. Hon. Lord Butler of Brockwell, MA, Master of University

Nominated by:

C.P.H. Brown, Worcester

C.J. Howgego, Wolfson

N.J. Mayhew, St Cross

S.E.C. Walker, Wolfson

2. Professor M.J. Kemp, MA (MA Cambridge), Fellow of Trinity

Nominated by:

C.P.H. Brown, Worcester

C.J. Howgego, Wolfson

N.J. Mayhew, St Cross

S.E.C. Walker, Wolfson

Audit and Scrutiny Committee

As the number of nominations received is no more than sufficient to fill the following vacancies, the candidates so nominated shall be deemed to be duly elected as of 2 November 2006 (as per Congregation Regulation 2 of 2002, part 8.2(3), made by Congregation on 5 March 2002, amended on 12 October 2004 and 7 March 2006).

One (member of Congregation, from among members of the faculties in the Divisions of Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences and of Medical Sciences)

To hold office until MT 2011

Professor R.W. Daniel, MA (B.Sc. Brunel, Ph.D. Cambridge), Fellow of Brasenose, Engineering Science

Nominated by:

K. Burnett, St John's, Atomic and Laser Physics (MPLS)

K.A. Fleming, Green College, Clinical Medicine (Med Sci)

A. Grafen, St John's, Zoology (MPLS)

J.S. Knowland, Brasenose, Physiological Sciences (Med Sci)

One (member of Congregation, from among members of the faculties in the Divisions of Humanities and Social Sciences)

To hold office until MT 2011

L.A. Whitehead, MA, Fellow of Nuffield, Politics and International Relations

Nominated by:

R.J. Goodman, St Antony's, Interdisciplinary Area Studies (Social Sciences)

S.N.M. Macfarlane, St Anne's, Politics and International Relations (Social Sciences)

S.J. Nickell, Nuffield, Economics (Social Sciences)

J.M.R. Rawson, Merton, Oriental Studies (Humanities)

One (member of Congregation, not necessarily being a member of any division and not in any case being nominated in a divisional capacity)

To hold office until MT 2011

B.A. Sufrin, MA (B.Sc. Sheffield, M.Sc. Essex),Fellow of Worcester, Computer Science

Nominated by:

N.C. Bamforth, Queen's

S. Cooper, St Catherine's

M.D. Goodman, Wolfson

M. Lunn, St Hugh's

Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences Board

As the number of nominations received is no more than sufficient to fill the following vacancy, the candidate so nominated shall be deemed to be duly elected as of 2 November 2006 (as per Congregation Regulation 2 of 2002, part 8.2(3), made by Congregation on 5 March 2002, amended on 12 October 2004 and 7 March 2006).

One elected by and from among the members of the Faculty of Plant Sciences

To hold office until MT 2010

Professor J.A. Langdale, MA (Ph.D. London), Fellow of Queen's, Plant Sciences

Nominated by:

S.J. Gurr, Somerville

C.J. Leaver, St John's

J.R. Pannell, Wolfson

J.A.C. Smith, Magdalen

Medical Sciences Board

As the number of nominations received is no more than sufficient to fill the following vacancies, the candidates so nominated shall be deemed to be duly elected as of 2 November 2006 (as per Congregation Regulation 2 of 2002, part 8.2(3), made by Congregation on 5 March 2002, amended on 12 October 2004 and 7 March 2006).

Four persons from among the members of the Faculty of Biochemistry, the Faculty of Physiological Sciences and the Sub-faculty of Psychology, of whom there shall be no more than one from each of the Department of Biochemistry, the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, the Department of Pharmacology and the Department of Experimental Psychology, elected jointly by the members of the Faculty of Biochemistry, the Faculty of Clinical Medicine, the Faculty of Physiological Sciences and the Sub-faculty of Psychology (to hold office until MT 2010)

The following nominations have been duly received.

1. Professor K.E. Davies, MA, D.Phil., Fellow of Hertford, Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics

Nominated by:

J.F. Morris, St Hugh's, Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics

D.J. Paterson, Merton, Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics

G. Radda, Merton, Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics

P.A Robbins, Queen's, Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics

2. professor a. galione, ma (ma, ph.d. Cambridge), Fellow of Lady Margaret Hall, Pharmacology

Nominated by:

G. Churchill, St Cross, Pharmacology

N. Emptage, Lincoln, Pharmacology

E. Sim, St Peter's, Pharmacology

D.A. Terrar, Worcester, Pharmacology

3. Professor W.S. James, D.Phil. (B.Sc. Birmingham), Fellow of Brasenose, Sir William Dunn School of Pathology

Nominated by:

C.A.R. Boyd, Brasenose, Anatomy

P.R. Cook, Lincoln, Sir William Dunn School of Pathology

A. Galione, New, Pharmacology

H.W. Waldmann, Lincoln, Sir William Dunn School of Pathology

4. Professor K.A. Nasmyth (BA York, Ph.D. Edinburgh), Fellow of Trinity, Biochemistry

Nominated by:

G. Brown, Lady Margaret Hall, Biochemistry

J.A.H. Hodgkin, Keble, Biochemistry

M.S.P. Sansom, Christchurch, Biochemistry

D.J. Sherratt, Linacre, Biochemistry

One person from among the externally-funded research staff who are members of the Faculty of Biochemistry, the Faculty of Clinical Medicine, the Faculty of Physiological Sciences and the Sub-faculty of Psychology, elected jointly by the members of the Faculty of Biochemistry, the Faculty of Clinical Medicine, the Faculty of Physiological Sciences and the Sub-faculty of Psychology (to hold office until MT 2010)

Professor E.Y. Jones, BA, D.Phil., Fellow of Jesus, Nuffield Department of Medicine

Nominated by:

V. Cerundolo, Merton, Clinical Medicine

P.J. Ratcliffe, Magdalen, Nuffield Department of Medicine

D.I. Stuart, Hertford, Nuffield Department of Medicine

M.S.P. Sansom, Christchurch, Biochemistry

As the number of nominations received is no more than sufficient to fill the following vacancies, the candidates so nominated shall be deemed to be duly elected as of 2 November 2006 (as per Congregation Regulation 2 of 2002, part 8.2(3), made by Congregation on 5 March 2002, amended on 12 October 2004 and 7 March 2006).

Social Sciences Board

Two elected by and from academic members of the following units of the division, with each person serving a two year period of office: (i) the Department of International Development; [...] (iv) the Oxford Internet Institute (to hold office until MT 2008)

1. Dr N. Gooptu (Ph.D. Cambridge), Fellow of St Antony's, International Development/QEH

Nominated by:

S. Dercon, Wolfson, International Development/QEH

B. Harriss-White, Wolfson, International Development/QEH

E.V.K. Fitzgerald, St Antony's, International Development/QEH

A. Wood, Wolfson, International Development/QEH

2. Dr R.C. Schroeder (BA Williams, M.Sc., Ph.D. LSE), Oxford Internet Institute

Nominated by:

W.H. Dutton, Balliol, Oxford Internet Institute

L. Frankland, Oxford Internet Institute

S. Ward, Wadham, Oxford Internet Institute

J. Zittrain, Keble, Oxford Internet Institute

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Lapsed

No nominations having been received for the following vacancies, the Vice-Chancellor and Proctors jointly shall have power to nominate a candidate for each vacancy remaining to be filled, and such candidates shall then be declared to be duly elected (as per Congregation Regulation 2 of 2002, part 8.2(4), made by Congregation on 5 March 2002, amended on 12 October 2004 and 7 March 2006):

Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences Board

One elected by and from the members of the Faculty of Zoology (to hold office until MT 2010)

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