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Visits to Translational Research Units (TRU) for Fellows

WEBSTER, Charles - Senior Research Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford, 1988–2004, now Emeritus Fellow

EISENSTADT, Naomi (born 1950), Senior Research Fellow, Oxford University, since 2010

PARKINSON, Nancy (1904 - 1974), Leverhulme Research Fellow, since 1968

HOUSTOUN, Robert Alexander (1883 - 1975), Hon. Research Fellow, University of Glasgow

PICKETT, John Anthony (born 1945), Michael Elliott Distinguished Research Fellow, Rothamsted Research, since 2010

THURLEY, Simon John (born 1962), Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Historical Research, since 2015

MORGAN, Keith John (1929 - 2012), Research Fellow, Research Institute for Higher Education, Hiroshima University, since 2003

BELL, Harry (1899 - 1984), Research Fellow, University of St Andrews, since 1972 (Research Scholar, 1967)

ALDERSON, Michael Rowland (1931 - 1988), Cancer Research Campaign Senior Research Fellow, since 1987

WILTON, (James) Andrew (Rutley) (born 1942), Visiting Research Fellow, Tate Gallery, since 2003 (Keeper and Senior Research Fellow, 1998–2002)

GARTON, George Alan (1922 - 2010), Hon. Professorial Fellow, Rowett Research Institute, Bucksburn, Aberdeen, since 1992; Hon. Research Fellow, University of Aberdeen, since 1987

WEST, Martin Litchfield (1937 - 2015), Senior Research Fellow, All Souls College, University of Oxford, 1991–2004, Emeritus Fellow, 2004–14, then Honorary Fellow


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A post in a university or other higher education institution which is held on a short‐term rather than permanent contract and is created specifically to enable the holder to carry out research into a named field or topic. Such a post is often sponsored or funded by external bodies, and widely advertised.

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