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Regulations for the Employment of University Staff


Council Regulations 3 of 2004

Made by Council on 14 July 2004

Amended on 27 July 2006, 22 February 2007, 12 July 2007, 18 March 2010, 22 July 2010 (date of effect 1 March 2008), 18 November 2010, 13 October 2011 (date of effect 1 October 2011), 8 November 2012, 28 February 2013, 17 May 2013, 1 January 2014 (Gazette, Vol. 144, p. 182, 12 December 2013) and 22 May 2014 (Gazette, Vol. 144, p.490)


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General provisions

1. Responsibility, under Council, for matters relating to the employment of University staff (including the grant of sick leave) shall, except to the extent that Council may decide otherwise, rest with:

(1) divisional boards, in respect of academic staff as set out in regulation 1 (5) of Council Regulations 17 of 2002;

(2) departments and institutions, in respect of academic-related and support staff. (Support staff are those university employees who are not covered by the Visitatorial Board arrangements under Statute XII of the University Statutes'); and

(3) PRAC in respect of the establishment of new statutory posts;

in each instance subject to the statutes and regulations, including the financial regulations, and to relevant policies and guidelines issued from time to time by the Personnel Committee of Council (referred to in these regulations as "the Personnel Committee").

2. Terms and conditions of employment for all staff shall be as determined from time to time by the Personnel Committee, having regard to the University's Equal Opportunities Policy and Race Equality Policy.

3. Salary payments, including payments on discretionary points on relevant salary scales, and any other payments for recruitment, retention, merit, and other purposes, may only be made in accordance with detailed provisions made by the Personnel Committee.

4. (1) Subject to statutory provisions, University sick pay shall be available in appropriate circumstances for the minimum periods specified in Table 1 below, according to length of service with the University, and in accordance with rules set by the Personnel Committee from time to time:

Table 1: University Sick Pay

Service

Full pay

Half pay

 

(inclusive of any university sick pay given in the twelve months preceding the latest period of sick pay)

First three months

2 weeks

2 weeks

Remaining nine months of first year

2 months

2 months

Second and third years

3 months

3 months

Fourth and fifth years

5 months

5 months

After fifth year

6 months

6 months

(2) (a) In the case of employees whose entitlement to Statutory Sick Pay in accordance with the appropriate legislation is exhausted, or who are not eligible for Statutory Sick Pay, the University shall (except in the case of CUF lecturers) make deductions from full pay of the amount of any state incapacity benefit and other linked benefits claimed.

(b) Deductions from half pay shall only be made in cases where the total amount of half pay plus benefits exceeds full pay, in which cases a deduction of an amount equal to the excess shall be made.

(c) All such deductions shall be subject to the statutory three-day waiting period.

5. Arrangements for the grading, regrading, and promotion of staff, and for the conferment of appropriate titles on suitably qualified individuals, shall be subject to policy and practice as determined from time to time by the Personnel Committee.

6. No member of staff (with the exception of CUF lecturers) may hold any other appointment without the express permission of the relevant head of department, chairman of faculty board, or head of division, as appropriate, subject to the provisions of Council Regulations 5 of 2004.

7. (1) Every employee of the University specified in section 15 of Statute XIV shall normally retire from employment not later than the 30 September immediately preceding his or her 68th birthday.

(2) Any person may elect to retire to pension at, or at any time after, the minimum pension age stipulated in the rules of the pension scheme to which he or she belongs, as may be amended from time to time. Retirement benefits payable will be in accordance with the rules of the pension scheme.

(3) Council may make arrangements to provide for the continued employment in special cases of a person who wishes to remain in the employment of the University and whose services for the University it desires to retain.

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Particular provisions for academic staff

8. In fulfilling their responsibilities under regulation 1 above, divisional boards shall have particular regard to the following provisions.

(1) The duties and terms and conditions of employment of all members of the academic staff (in general and in particular cases) shall be as determined by the relevant divisional board in the light of policy and practice as set from time to time by the Personnel Committee.

(2) It shall be the duty of every holder of an office the duties of which include teaching or research and to which appointment is made by, or is subject to the approval of, a divisional board to act as an examiner or assessor as and when requested to do so by a competent body unless he or she can show reasonable cause, to the satisfaction of the Vice-Chancellor and Proctors, why on a particular occasion he or she should not do so; except that that this duty shall not apply to:

(a) any holder of the title of university lecturer, faculty lecturer, or CUF lecturer who is not in receipt of any stipend from the University and who is in the first three years of his or her non-stipendiary office;

(b) the holder of any other non-stipendiary office in the University;

(c) the holder of any relevant stipendiary office in the University who was appointed to that office (with tenure to the retiring age) before 1 October 1972.

(3) It shall be the duty of every holder of an office the duties of which include teaching or research and to which appointment is made by, or is subject to the approval of, a divisional board (other than instructors and lectors), of every holder of the title of clinical lecturer, and, with effect from the beginning of the fourth year of his or her non-stipendiary office, of every holder of the title of university lecturer, faculty lecturer, or CUF lecturer to act as the supervisor of a graduate student as and when requested to do so by a competent body unless he or she can show reasonable cause, to the satisfaction of the competent body concerned, why on a particular occasion he or she should not do so; except that this duty shall not apply to:

(a) the holder of any relevant stipendiary office in the University whose appointment was made or advertised before 1 April 1986;

(b) the holder of any non-stipendiary office on whom the relevant university title was conferred before 1 April 1988.

9. Without prejudice to their position under the statutes and regulations, the following persons shall be eligible to use the title of associate professor:

(1) all those holding the post of reader (including clinical readers);

(2) titular CUF lecturers and university lecturers;

(3) supernumerary titular CUF lecturers and university lecturers;

(4) all those in the grade of RS IV;

(5) Wellcome Principal Research Fellows;

(6) honorary consultant MRC directors;

(7) keepers in the major museums and scientific collections whose contractual duties include teaching and research;

(8) researchers holding the title of reader; and

(9) staff in the major museums and scientific collections holding the title of reader.

10. The following shall hold the title of Professor Emeritus:

(1) any person who has retired over the age of 60 from a professorship, including a personal or titular professorship;

(2) any person who has retired from a professorship and on whom the title has been conferred by resolution of Council.

11. The following shall hold the title of Reader Emeritus:

(1) any person who has retired over the age of 60 from a readership, including a personal or titular readership;

(2) any person who has retired from a readership and on whom the title has been conferred by resolution of Council.

12. Sabbatical leave, or equivalent dispensation from prescribed duties for CUF lecturers, may be granted by divisional boards subject to the provisions of section 12 of Statute XIV, and in the light of policy and practice as determined from time to time by the Personnel Committee, subject to the provisions of Council Regulations 4 of 2004.

13. Special leave (with or without stipend) and complete or partial dispensation from prescribed duties, outside the provisions of regulation 12 above, may be granted by divisional boards in the light of policy and practice as determined from time to time by the Personnel Committee.

14. (1) Appointments of university lecturers (including CUF lecturers, faculty lecturers, and special (non-CUF) lecturers) shall be for up to five years in the first instance, at the end of which period a lecturer shall be eligible for reappointment to the retiring age, or for one further limited period of office, subject to policy and practice as determined from time to time by the Personnel Committee.

(2) Divisional boards may however appoint directly to the retiring age a lecturer who has already served an initial term and has been reappointed to the retiring age under the provisions of this regulation in respect of some other appointment.

15. Fixed-term appointments to professorships, readerships, and lecturerships may be made in appropriate circumstances, on condition that temporary appointments of lecturers may only be made to cover leave granted to established staff or to cover emergency teaching needs, subject to policy and practice as determined from time to time by the Personnel Committee.

16. (1) Every professor or reader who is employed by the University (including those holding personal professorships or readerships, and the title of professor or reader conferred otherwise than in a recognition of distinction exercise), unless individually exempted, shall be obliged to accept the headship of the department in which his or her post is held if requested to do so by the divisional board, except where his or her post is held in one of the departments listed in Table 2 below.

(2) This obligation shall not apply to:

(a) any person holding the title of reader or professor conferred in a recognition of distinction exercise;

(b) the holder of any professorship or readership who accepted appointment to that post before 1 October 1994 and whose contract of employment did not contain such an obligation.

Table 2: Departments where the headship is assigned
permanently to a particular chair

Department

Chair

Sir William Dunn School of Pathology

Professorship of Pathology1

17. The duties of heads of department shall be as determined from time to time by the Personnel Committee, subject to any appropriate local supplementary provisions determined by each divisional board.

18. (1) Any allowances payable in respect of the duties and responsibilities of heads of department shall be as determined from time to time by the Personnel Committee, subject to the approval of the Planning and Resource Allocation Committee of Council as to the financial implications of any proposed amendments.

(2) Allowances for responsibilities below the level of head of department shall be as determined by the relevant divisional board, subject to provisions as determined from time to time by the Personnel Committee.

General provisions for electoral boards

19. Where the appointment to a professorship, readership, lecturership, or directorship is vested in an electoral board, the proceedings of the electoral board shall be subject to policy and practice as determined from time to time by Council on the recommendation of the Personnel Committee.

20. (1) Before each appointment is made, the relevant previous detailed provisions in respect of the post shall be reviewed by the divisional board and the college concerned in the light of general policy and practice;

(2) changes to the detailed provisions for an individual post shall be subject to the approval of the Planning and Resource Allocation Committee of Council.

21. Electoral boards shall be composed as laid down in the detailed provisions for the post in question, on condition that in all cases (with the exception of the posts listed in regulation 24 below) they:

(1) shall be composed of not fewer than seven, or more than nine electors, unless Council shall determine otherwise;

(2) shall contain not fewer than two electors, at least one of whom must be nominated by the relevant faculty board or divisional board, who at the time the board meets are external persons, and who are not normally both from the same institution;

(3) in the case of clinical professorships, shall contain a person appointed by the body or bodies which may issue an honorary clinical contract or contracts to the professor;

(4) shall reflect in its composition the relevant provisions of the University's Equal Opportunities Policy and Race Equality Policy;

(5) shall contain the head of the division in which the post is held, or his or her nominee, unless on a particular occasion the head of division waives this right;

(6) shall contain the head of the college to which the post is allocated and one other member appointed by that college.

22. Electoral boards shall have the right to make appointments on their own authority, subject to policy and practice as determined from time to time by the Personnel Committee, without the need for referral to any other university body.

23. Appointments made by electoral boards shall be directly to the retiring age, except:

(1) that Council has agreed (under the provisions of regulation 15 above) that a fixed-term appointment may be made for a period not exceeding ten years;

(2) in the case of the posts listed in Table 3 below.

Table 3: Electoral Board posts not tenable to the retiring age

Grinfield Lecturership on the Septuaguint
Harold Vyvyan Harmsworth Professorship of American History
George Eastman Visiting Professorship
Newton-Abraham Visiting Professorship
Slade Professorship of Fine Art
Ford's Lecturership in British History
Professorship of Poetry
Wilde Lecturership in Natural and Comparative Religion
Speaker's Lecturership in Biblical Studies
John Locke Lecturership in Philosophy
James P.R. Lyell Readership in Bibliography
O'Donnell Lecturership in Celtic Studies

24. The posts listed in Table 4 below shall not be subject to the provisions in paragraphs (1) and (2) of regulation 21 above, concerning the number of electors and the requirement for two to be external to Oxford, and their electors shall, unless it is provided otherwise by statute or regulation, hold office for five years, and shall be eligible for re-election thereafter.

Table 4: Posts not subject to the normal provisions for Electoral Boards

Regius Professorships
Professorships to which a canonry is attached
Aldrichian Professorship of Medicine
Harold Vyvyan Harmsworth Professorship of American History
George Eastman Visiting Professorship
Newton-Abraham Visiting Professorship
Professorship of Poetry on the Foundation of Henry Birkhead
Slade Professorship of Fine Art
University Lecturership in Spanish
James P.R. Lyell Readership in Bibliography
John Locke Lecturership in Philosophy
Ford's Lecturership in British History
Grinfield Lecturership on the Septuaguint
Romanes Lecturership
Herbert Spencer Lecturership
Speaker's Lecturership in Biblical Studies
Wilde Lecturership in Natural and Comparative Religion
Halley Lecturership
Ratanbai Katrak Lecturership
John Wilfred Jenkinson Memorial Lecturership
Bampton Lecturership
Sidney Ball Lecturership
O'Donnell Lecturership in Celtic Studies
Litchfield Lecturerships
Cherwell-Simon Lecturership
Cyril Foster Lecturership
Estlin Carpenter Lecturership
Hensley Henson Lecturership
J.M. Gibson Lecturership
Maurice Lubbock Lecturership
Myres Memorial Lecturership
Sir Basil Zaharoff Lecturership
Taylorian Lecturership
William Cohn Memorial Lecturership
G.E. Blackman Lecturership
Nellie Wallace Lecturership
John French Memorial Lecturership

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Particular provisions for professors

25. Unless dispensed under the provisions of regulations 12 and 13 above, non-clinical professors shall reside within the University (i.e. within a twenty-five-mile radius of Carfax) for at least six months in each academic year between 1 October and 1 August, and in particular during not less than six weeks in each term; and clinical professors shall reside within the University during forty weeks in each academic year.

26. Except when they are earned by a professor as the supervisor of graduate students, as an academic adviser under the regulations for Recognised Students, or (subject to the approval of the divisional board concerned, including approval as to the length of time for which the permission shall be given) in respect of tutorial teaching for up to four hours a week (exceptionally up to six hours per week), any fees received for other lectures or instruction in the University given by any professor (except those enumerated in Tables 3 and 4 of these regulations) shall be applied towards meeting the expenses of the department of which he or she is head, or, if he or she is not head of a department, shall be paid to the University's General Revenue Account.

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Particular provisions concerning clinical academic staff

27. Holders of clinical academic posts with honorary consultant contracts in the National Health Service shall be permitted to engage in private practice in the hospitals in Oxford on such terms as the Personnel Committee on the recommendation of the Medical Sciences Board shall from time to time determine, and on condition that any private practice of that kind:

(1) shall be undertaken only in the name of the individual clinician concerned; and

(2) shall be subject to the same arrangements specified by the Personnel Committee from time to time under regulation 6 above for the holding of consultancies and outside appointments by university employees.

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Particular provisions concerning fellowships

28. The persons listed in Table 5 below shall be entitled to hold a fellowship in a college or society, in addition to those enumerated in section 12 of Statute XIV:

Table 5: Persons whose offices entitle them to hold fellowships

Director of the Ashmolean Museum
Keepers of departments in the Ashmolean Museum
Bodley's Librarian and Director of University Library Services
Keepers in Bodley's Library
Director of the Museum of the History of Science
Director of the Oxford University Museum of Natural History
Director of the Pitt Rivers Museum
Librarian of the Taylor Institution
Director of the Careers Service
Director of Postgraduate Medical Education and Training
Peter Moores Director of the Saïd Business School

29. The persons listed in Table 6 below shall be qualified to hold professorial fellowships, except that they shall no longer be qualified to hold such a fellowship if they cease to hold the post in respect of which they were elected.

Table 6: Persons qualified to hold professorial fellowships

The Vice-Chancellor
The Registrar
The Director of the Ashmolean Museum
The Keeper of the Department of Antiquities
The Keeper of the Heberden Coin Room
The Keeper of the Department of Eastern Art
The Keeper of the Department of Western Art
The Director of the Careers Service
The Librarian of the Taylor Institution
The Director of the Computing Services
The Peter Moores Director of the Saïd Business School
The Director of Postgraduate Medical Education and Training
The Director of the Museum of the History of Science
The Director of the Oxford University Museum of Natural History
The Director of the Pitt Rivers Museum
The Secretary to the Delegates of the University Press
The Senior Officers of the University Press who are members of the Finance Committee of the University Press
The Warden of Rhodes House
Bodley's Librarian and Director of University Library Services
The Keepers in Bodley's Library
The OULS Head of Reader Services
The OULS Head of the Social Science Libraries
The OULS Head of Systems and e-Research Services
The OULS Head of Technical Services
A stipendiary or titular professor (unless the title has been conferred in a recognition of distinction exercise)
A reader
Any post-holder who is paid on grade ALC6 for senior library, administrative, and computer staff, or grade RSIV for senior research staff.

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Particular provisions for committee chairmen

30. Any allowances payable in respect of the duties of committee chairmen shall be on a scale as determined from time to time by the General Purposes Committee, subject to the approval of the Planning and Resource Allocation Committee of Council as to the financial implications of any proposed amendments. The General Purposes Committee shall, on the recommendation of the Registrar, have discretion to determine in exceptional circumstances whether a chairman should be paid an allowance for a fixed term and the scale point to be paid in each case.

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Annexe

Amended on 5 May 2005, 14 July 2005, 12 January 2006, 11 October 2007, 6 March 2008, 19 March 2008, 1 May 2008, 22 May 2008, 12 June 2008, 25 September 2008, 29 January 2009, 5 February 2009, 19 March 2009, 14 May 2009, 26 June 2009, 30 July 2009, 24 September 2009, 10 December 2009, 4 February 2010, 13 May 2010, 17 June 2010, 22 July 2010, 4 November 2010, 9 December 2010, 24 February 2011, 28 April 2011, 19 May 2011, 9 June 2011, 30 June 2011, 28 July 2011, 17 November 2011, 9 February 2012, 5 July 2012, 25 October 2013, 31 January 2014, 30 May 2014 and 8 August 2014

Table 7: Schedule of Statutory Professorships
Schedule A

Professor in the Study of the Abrahamic Religions

Drue Heinz Professor of American Literature

Professor of the Analysis of Partial Differential Equations

Dr Lee's Professor of Anatomy

Rawlinson and Bosworth Professor of Anglo-Saxon

Professor of Biological Anthropology

Professors (two) of Social Anthropology

Laudian Professor of Arabic

Khalid bin Abdullah Al Saud Professor for the Study
of the Contemporary Arab World

Edward Hall Professor of Archaeological Science

Professor of the Archaeology of the Roman Empire

Lincoln Professor of Classical Archaeology and Art

Professor of European Archaeology

Calouste Gulbenkian Professor of Armenian Studies

Slade Professor of Fine Art

Professor of the History of Art

Savilian Professor of Astronomy

Laing O'Rourke/RAEng Professor of Automation in Construction

Whitley Professor of Biochemistry

Tasso Leventis Professor of Biodiversity

Professor of Bioinformatics

Glaxo Professor of Cellular Pathology

E.P. Abraham Professor of Cell Biology

César Milstein Professor of Cancer Cell Biology

E.P. Abraham Professor of Mechanistic Cell Biology

Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professorship of Developmental and Stem Cell Biology as Applied to Medicine

Professor of Chemical Biology

Professor of Integrative Systems Biology

Professor of Mathematical Biology

Brownlee-Abraham Professor of Molecular Biology

Professor of Radiation Oncology and Biology

David Phillips Professor of Molecular Biophysics

Sherardian Professor of Botany

Numata Professorship of Buddhist Studies

Professor of Cancer Genetics

Jesus Professor of Celtic

Dr Lee's Professor of Chemistry

Professor of Inorganic Chemistry

Coulson Professor of Theoretical Chemistry

Professor of the Study of Contemporary China

Shaw Professor of Chinese

Professor of Computing

Professor of Computing Science

Professor of Computing Systems

Professor of Criminology

Professor of Development and Reproduction

Regius Professor of Divinity

Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity

Spalding Professor of Eastern Religions and Ethics

Professors (four) of Economics

BP Professor of Economics

Edgeworth Professor of Economics

Sir John Hicks Professor of Economics

James Meade Professor of Economics

Nuffield Professor of Economics

Professors (three) of Educational Studies

Professor of Egyptology

Professor of Biomedical Engineering

Technikos Professor of Biomedical Engineering

Donald Pollock Professor of Chemical Engineering

Professor of Civil Engineering

Professor of Computational Aerothermal Engineering

Professor of Control Engineering

Professor of Electrical Engineering

Professor of Sustainable Energy Engineering

Professor of Biomaterials

BP Professor of Information Engineering

Professor of Materials Engineering

Professor of Mechanical Engineering

Merton Professor of English Language

Goldsmiths' Professor of English Literature

Merton Professor of English Literature

Thomas Warton Professor of English Literature

J.R.R. Tolkien Professor of English Literature and Language

Professor of Environment and Public Policy

Man Professor in Quantitative Finance

Wood Professor of Forest Science

Professor of French Literature

Marshal Foch Professor of French Literature

Professor of Genetics

Professor of Geochemistry

Professor of Geography

Halford Mackinder Professor of Geography

Professor of Human Geography

Professor of Physical Geography

Professor of Geology

Savilian Professor of Geometry

Professor of Geophysics

Professor of Geosystem Sciences

Taylor Professor of the German Language and Literature

Professor of German Medieval and Linguistic Studies

Gladstone Professor of Government

Blavatnik Professor of Government and Public Policy

Andrew W. Mellon Professor of American Government

John Gilbert Winant Visiting Professor of American Government

Regius Professor of Greek

Bywater and Sotheby Professor of Byzantine and Modern Greek Language and Literature

Blavatnik Professor of Global Health and Public Policy

Regius Professor of Hebrew

Harold Vyvyan Harmsworth Professor of American History

Rhodes Professor of American History

Camden Professor of Ancient History

Wykeham Professor of Ancient History

Beit Professor of the History of the British Commonwealth

Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History

Chichele Professor of Economic History

Professor of Economic History

Professor of Indian History and Culture

Carroll Professor of Irish History

Professor of the History of Latin America

Chichele Professor of Medieval History

Regius Professor of History

Professor of Modern History

Professor of the History of Science

Chichele Professor of the History of War

Professor of Informatics

Alastair Buchan Professor of International Relations

Montague Burton Professor of International Relations

Lester B. Pearson Professor of International Relations

Professor of Internet Governance and Regulation

Professor of Internet Studies

Professor of Society and the Internet

Ieoh Ming Pei Professor in Islamic Art and Architecture

His Highness Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Thani Professor in Contemporary Islamic Studies

Agnelli-Serena Professor of Italian Studies

Nissan Professor of Modern Japanese Studies

Professor of Jurisprudence

Rupert Murdoch Professor of Language and Communication

Corpus Christi Professor of Latin

Herbert Smith Professor of English Private Law

Hogan Lovells Professor of Law and Finance

Regius Professor of Civil Law

Freshfields Professorship of Commercial Law

Linklaters Professor of Comparative Law

Allen & Overy Professor of Corporate Law

Professor of English Law

Vinerian Professor of English Law

Jacques Delors Professor of European Community Law

Professor of Intellectual Property and Information
Technology Law

Chichele Professor of Public International Law

Pinsent Masons Professor of Taxation Law

Professor of the Philosophy of Law

Rhodes Professor of the Laws of the British Commonwealth and the United States

Professor of Linguistics

Wykeham Professor of Logic

Professor of Mathematical Logic

BT Professor of Major Programme Management

Professors (two) of Management Studies

Ernest Butten Professor of Management Studies

Peter Moores Professor of Management Studies

Dubai Ports World Professorship of Entrepreneurship and Innovation

American Standard Companies Professor of Operations Management

Professor of Marketing

L'Oréal Professor in Marketing

Professor of Energy Materials

Vesuvius Professorship of Materials

Professor of Materials Modelling

Professor of the Physical Examination of Materials

Professor of Mathematical Finance

Professor of Mathematical Modelling

Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics

Wallis Professor of Mathematics

Professor of Mathematics and its Applications

Professor of Pure Mathematics

Waynflete Professor of Pure Mathematics

Isaac Wolfson Professor of Materials

Professor of Microbiology

Iveagh Professor of Microbial Biochemistry

Professor of Musculoskeletal Sciences

Heather Professor of Music

Professor of Translational Cognitive Neuroscience

Professor of Nanomaterials

Professor of Numerical Analysis

Visiting Professor of Opera Studies

Edward Grey Professor of Field Ornithology

Luc Hoffmann Professor of Field Ornithology

Jeremy Griffiths Professor of Medieval English Palaeography

E.P. Abraham Professor of Chemical Pathology

Masoumeh and Fereydoon Soudavar Professor of Persian Studies

Professor of Pharmacology

Diebold Professor of Comparative Philology

Professor of Ancient Philosophy

Dr Lee's Professor of Experimental Philosophy

Wilde Professor of Mental Philosophy

Waynflete Professor of Metaphysical Philosophy

White's Professor of Moral Philosophy

Sedleian Professor of Natural Philosophy

Nolloth Professor of the Philosophy of the Christian Religion

Halley Professor of Physics

Wykeham Professor of Physics

Professors (two) of Experimental Physics

Hooke Professor of Experimental Physics

Waynflete Professor of Physiology

British Heart Foundation Professor of Cardiovascular Physiology

Sibthorpian Professor of Plant Science

Professor of Poetry

Drummond Professor of Political Economy

King John II Professor of Portuguese Studies

Nuffield Professor of Comparative Politics

Professor of Psychology

Watts Professor of Psychology

Charles Simonyi Professor of the Public Understanding of Science

Rhodes Professor of Race Relations

Professor of the Romance Languages

Professor of Russian

Boden Professor of Sanskrit

Professor of Science and Civilisation

Professor of Technology and Social Change

Andreas Idreos Professor of Science and Religion

Dean Ireland's Professor of the Exegesis of Holy Scripture

Oriel and Laing Professor of the Interpretation of Holy Scripture

Barnett Professorship of Comparative Social Policy and Politics

Professor of Evidence-Based Intervention

Chichele Professor of Social and Political Theory

Nuffield Professor of Sociology

Professor of Sociology and Demography

Professor of Sociology and Social Policy

King Alfonso XIII Professor of Spanish Studies

Professors (two) of Statistics

Professor of Statistics in the Social Sciences

Professor of Applied Statistics

Professor of Statistical Science

Regius Professor of Moral and Pastoral Theology

Donald Schultz Professor of Turbomachinery

Professor of Scientific Visualisation

Professor of Zoology

Linacre Professor of Zoology

Hope Professor of Zoology (Entomology)

George Eastman Visiting Professor

Newton-Abraham Visiting Professor

Schedule B

Waynflete Professor of Chemistry

Professor of Pathology

Professor of Socio-Legal Studies

Schedule C

Nuffield Professor of Anaesthetic Science

Professor of Clinical Biochemistry

Richard Doll Professorship of Epidemiology

Professor of Gynaecological Cancer

Professor of Gastroenterology

Professors (two) of General Practice

Professor of Biostatics in Genomics

Professor of Disease Genomics

Professor of Genomics and Global Health

Professor of Clinical Geratology

Professor of Cancer Biology

Regius Professor of Medicine

May Professor of Medicine

Osler Professor of Medicine

Radcliffe Professor of Medicine

Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine

Field Marshal Alexander Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine

Nuffield Professor of Clinical Medicine

Professor of Diabetic Medicine

Professor of Diabetic Medicine (No. 2)

Robert Turner Professor of Diabetic Medicine

Professor of Molecular and Population Genetics

Professor of Molecular Medicine

Norman Collisson Professor of Musculo-skeletal Pathology

Herbert Dunhill Professor of Neuro-imaging

Professor of Neuroimmunology

Barclay-Williams Professor of Molecular Immunology

Action Research Professor of Clinical Neurology

Professor of Neuropathology

Michael Davys Professor of Neuroscience

Nuffield Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Cancer Research UK Professor of Medical Oncology

Margaret Ogilvie's Professor of Ophthalmology

Action Research Professor of Paediatrics

Nuffield Professor of Pathology

Professor of Musculo-skeletal Pathology

Rhodes Professor of Experimental Therapeutics and Clinical Pharmacology

W.A. Handley Professor of Psychiatry

Cheryl and Reece Scott Professor of Psychiatry

Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Professor of Old Age Psychiatry

Professor of Social Psychiatry

Professor of Public Health

Professor of Respiratory Medicine

Nuffield Professor of Surgery

Nuffield Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery

Professor of Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery

Professor of Transplantation

Kadoorie Professor of Trauma Rehabilitation

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1 Until such time as Professor H. Waldmann shall cease to hold the Professorship of Pathology.