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Kate Fox is CoDirector of the Social Issues Research Centre in Oxford and a Fellow of the Institute for Cultural Research.
Serpentine Gallery codirector Hans Ulrich Obrist moderated a conversation between the artists John Baldessari and Meg Cranston at the hotel's historic theater, built in the 1920s to host the United Artists motion-picture studio.
Earlier in his career, he worked as a professional research chemist and codirector of the Pesticide Chemistry and Toxicology Laboratory at the University of California, Berkeley.
She served as associate professor at Howard University and senior program associate for mental health and codirector of RESPECT, or the race, ethnicity and power work, at the Annie E.
Devanand, codirector of the memory disorders center and codirector of the late life depression clinic at the New York State Psychiatric Institute, New York.
Jenkins, who will divide his time between Penn State and Baylor, will be codirector of Baylor's Initiative on Historical Studies of Religion and will lead history seminars.
Mulvihill, a former media lawyer and investigative reporter with the Boston Herald, is the codirector and cofounder of the New England Center for Investigative Reporting, based at Boston University. is Noel Clarke's most ambitious film to date and he sensibly shares duties behind the camera with codirector Mark Davis.
Science can decisively support policy only after fundamental political differences have been resolved."--DANIEL SAREWITZ, CODIRECTOR OF ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY'S CONSORTIUM FOR SCIENCE, POLICY AND OUTCOMES, IN A COLUMN PUBLISHED MARCH 4 IN NATURE
Gideon Maas, Coventry University's Institute of Applied Entrepreneurship codirector, said: "South Africa is experiencing high levels of unemployment (currently 24.5 per cent) and poverty, especially in its rural areas.
"Bishops in Ireland, just like bishops here, have been moving accused priests around even though they know they're dangerous and putting them in populations where they can continue to offend," Terence McKiernan, codirector of Bish, said at a Boston news conference.
Currently, Dirnagl is based at the Charite University Medicine in Berlin where he is director of the Department of Experimental Neurology, executive director of the Center for Stroke Research, codirector of the Department of Neurology, deputy director of the Neuroscience Center, and program director of the International Master/ M.D.-Ph.D.