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International Academic Fellowships 2014


Dr Camilla Benfield 
Royal Veterinary College, University of London 
Using evolutionary bioinformatics to reveal host-virus interactions and ecology – Australia 

Professor James Brasington 
Queen Mary, University of London 
From point clouds to processes: multidimensional models of river forms and flows – New Zealand, USA, Japan 

Dr Deirdre Gribbin 
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance 
Music for ScreenPlay interactive video wall which reduces anxiety in hospital waiting spaces – Canada 

Dr Jonathan Keeling 
University of St Andrews 
Collective critical behaviour in many-body quantum optics – USA 

Dr Catherine Merry 
University of Manchester 
Glycosaminoglycans – towards a European network of excellence – Sweden 

Dr Simon Mudd 
University of Edinburgh 
Impact of changing climate and sediment supply on coastal wetland survival – Italy 

Professor Mark Viney 
University of Bristol 
Learning a new transgenesis technique to discover gene function in nematode worm parasites – USA 


Professor Sandy Black 
University of the Arts London 
Application of mathematical concepts of topology to 3D knitting technology – New Zealand, Australia, Japan 

Dr Claudia Glatz 
University of Glasgow 
Highland encounters: practice, perception and power in the mountains of the ancient Middle East – USA 

Dr Ceri Morgan 
University of Keele 
Heartlands/pays du Coeur: imagining and representing Quebec’s ‘regions’ – Canada 

Social Sciences

Dr Peter Cox 
University of Chester 
Developing cross-disciplinary research into bicycling and the environment – Germany 

Professor Oliver James 
University of Exeter 
Citizens and public services: voice, choice and service delivery mechanisms – USA 

Professor Ann Light 
Northumbria University 
Designing to age well: age, agency and social wellbeing – Australia 

Dr Bryan Maddox 
University of East Anglia 
Ecological frameworks in educational testing – Canada 

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