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Top Influencers: 10 UK Visiting Professor’s To Follow in 2022

Visiting Professor play a crucial role in any startup. It takes an extraordinary person to fulfil the Visiting Professor role. We have selected these Visiting Professor’s for this list as they are inspiring for a variety of reasons – whether that’s pushing boundaries, creating groundbreaking products, or doing their bit to save the world.

Our analysts did their best to select be best, and most innovative Visiting Professor’s. The list is in no particular order!

Trevor Jones

Visiting Professor @ King’s College London

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Trevor is a main board director of The Wellcome Foundation where he has been responsible for R&D, including the development of AZT, Zovirax, Lamictal, Malarone and other medicines.A director of Allergan Inc and Sigma Tau, Trevor has also been a member of the UK Government Regulatory Agency for 12 years and member of the Medicines Commission for 10 years.In 2004, was appointed to the World Health Organisation Commission on Intellectual Property Rights, Innovation and Public Health and in 2006 was awarded the CBE for services to the pharmaceutical industry. Learn more about Trevor Jones on Crunchbase…

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Fraser Watts

Visiting Professor @ University of Lincoln

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My name is Fraser Watts. I am a Professor and Author. My latest book ‘Psychology, Religion and Spirituality: Concepts and Applications’ is out now.

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Last night I had the privilege of introducing an excellent Boyle Lecture by Christopher Southgate on “God and a World of Natural Evil”. You can hear it online at 6.00 pm on Tuesday 21st June and submit questions to panel discussion that will follow.
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At present, I am a Visiting Professor in Psychology of Religion at the University of Lincoln. I have previously held positions at the University of Cambridge, University of London and Kings College hospital. I was also a priest in the Church of England and until my retirement, I was Vicar-Chaplain of St Edward’s Church in Cambridge. I have published many books on the psychological study of religion. Subjects covered in my publications include the evolution of religion, dual-process cognition in religion, the interface of theology and psychology such as prayer, forgiveness and spiritual healing My latest book, Psychology, Religion and Spirituality: Concepts and Applications is due to be published by Cambridge University Press early in 2017 Learn more about Fraser Watts on Crunchbase…

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Isabel Hilton

Visiting Professor @ King’s College London

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On the night of the Brexit vote, Kwasi Kwarteng turned up at Groucho, where I was reporting for Londoner's Diary. The £ had gone into freefall against the $. I overheard him on his phone outside. exuberant: "Who cares if sterling crashes, it'll come back anyway." Who does care?

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Isabel Hilton OBE is a long-standing editor, journalist and expert in Chinese matters. Learn more about Isabel Hilton on Crunchbase…

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Julian Morris

Visiting Professor @ University of Strathclyde

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Julian Morris is Emeritus Professor of Process Control at Newcastle University and Visiting Professor in the Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry at the University of Strathclyde. He was head of the Department of Chemical and Process Engineering from 1990 to 1995, the first head of the School ofChemical Engineering and Advanced Materials and has spent some time as Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Alberta in Canada. He has authored/co-authored over 200 articles inscientific journals, conferences and books, given over 100 invited lectures, and 50 Plenary and Keynote presentations. In 2003 he was elected to Fellow of Britain’s Royal Academy of Engineering and in 2015readers of the Medicine Maker voted Julian Morris one of the most influential people in the world workingin pharmaceutical development and manufacturing. Learn more about Julian Morris on Crunchbase…

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Edward Draper

Visiting Professor @ University of Sheffield

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Elizabeth Allen

Visiting Professor @ King’s College London

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Manuel Frutos-Perez

Visiting Professor in Digital Learning and Academic Practice @ University of the West of England

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Chris Roebuck

Visiting Professor of Transformational Leadership @ Cass Business School

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Lord Rees

Visiting Professor @ Imperial College London

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Paul Michael Pelken

Visiting Professor of Architecture @ Southeast University

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Paul Michael Pelken is an experienced registered architect and innovator with a consistent 20 year track record of award winning and patented developments in design, architecture, engineering, and construction. He has extensive design experience working on projects ranging from product and furniture design to large scale architectural structures and has practiced in Germany, Italy, the UK, USA and China. His work has been widely published and exhibited. He has lectured and contributed to over 30 conferences internationally that focus on innovation in the built environment. Prior to assuming his role as Innovation Strategy Leader in the Engineering Excellence Group at Laing O’Rourke, a global construction and manufacturing enterprise, he was a tenured Research Professor at Syracuse University, Research Fellow at the New York State Center of Excellence for Energy and Environmental Systems and Director of SU’s London Architecture Program until 2014. He has developed a diverse set of skills to drive change at the interfaces of academic and industry led developments, most recently through funded work with UCL and industry research supervision at the University of Cambridge for digital design optimization tools. During his tenure, he co-led the US Department of Energy funded Virtual Design Studio development. Michael is partner of London based P+ Studio, Visiting Professor at Southeast University and co-founder of the ProID Alliance for Product Innovation in Germany. He is passionate about interdisciplinary collaboration and educating the next generation of creative industry leaders. Learn more about Paul Michael Pelken on Crunchbase…

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