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Paul Anthony Madden, FRS, FRSE is a British chemist and Provost of The Queen's College, Oxford. From 1984 until 2005 he was Fellow in Chemistry at The Queen's College, Oxford and also Senior Tutor of the college and Chairman of the University Information Technology Committee. From 2004[1] until 2008 he was Professor of Physical Chemistry and Director of Centre for Science at Extreme Conditions at the University of Edinburgh.[2] He took up the office of Provost of The Queen's College on 2 August 2008.[3] He was awarded the Mulliken Medal of the University of Chicago for his achievements in Theoretical and Physical Chemistry.[4] He has served as Miller Visiting Professor at the University of California, Berkeley.[5] He was elected to the Fellowship of the Royal Society
Royal Society
in 2001 and is a Fellow of the Royal Society
Fellow of the Royal Society
of Edinburgh. He was appointed a member of the ad hoc Board of Electors to the Professorship of Chemistry in the University of Cambridge on the nomination of the Faculty Board of Chemistry.[6] References[edit]

^ The Queen's College, Oxford: College News Archived 13 September 2008 at the Wayback Machine. ^ The Queen's College Chemistry Appeal Archived 12 August 2007 at the Wayback Machine. ^ "Pre-election of 51st Provost". Archived from the original on 2008-06-22. Retrieved 2008-07-21.  ^ Report of Dr. Lee's Professor of Chemistry for the Year Ended 31st July 2002 ^ Report of Dr. Lee's Professor of Chemistry for the Year Ended 31st July 2004 ^ Cambridge University Reporter 7 February 2007

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Fellows of the Royal Society
Royal Society
elected in 2001

Fellows

David Attwell David Baulcombe John Beddington Tim Berners-Lee Robert J. Birgeneau J. Richard Bond Hugh Bostock Keith Burnett Paul Callaghan Graham Collingridge James F. Crow Richard Dawkins Roger Ekins Henry Elderfield Anthony G. Evans Brian Eyre Peter Gluckman Charles Godfray Brigid Hogan John Hunt Frances Kirwan Shrinivas Kulkarni Andrew Leslie Michael Levitt Robin Lovell-Badge Paul Madden Mike Paterson Bruce Ponder Geoffrey Raisman Allan Sandage Dale Sanders David Schindler George M. Sheldrick Sheila Sherlock Thomas Simpson Adrian Smith Mandyam Veerambudi Srinivasan Ian Stewart Roger Tanner Marc Tessier-Lavigne Nicholas Tonks W. G. Unruh Bryan Webber Alex Wilkie

Honorary

Patrick Moore

Foreign

Alexei Abrikosov Alan Fowler Clara Franzini-Armstrong Ahmed Zewail

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Heads of Houses of the University of Oxford

Colleges

All Souls: Sir John Vickers Balliol: Sir Drummond Bone Brasenose: John Bowers Christ Church: Martyn Percy Corpus Christi: Steven Cowley Exeter: Sir Rick Trainor Green Templeton: Denise Lievesley Harris Manchester: Ralph Waller Hertford: Will Hutton Jesus: Sir Nigel Shadbolt Keble: Sir Jonathan Phillips Kellogg: Jonathan Michie Lady Margaret Hall: Alan Rusbridger Linacre: Nick Brown Lincoln: Henry Woudhuysen Magdalen: David Clary Mansfield: Baroness Kennedy of The Shaws Merton: Sir Martin J. Taylor New College: Miles Young Nuffield: Sir Andrew Dilnot Oriel: Moira Wallace Pembroke: Dame Lynne Brindley Queen's: Paul Madden St Anne's: Helen King St Antony's: Margaret MacMillan St Catherine's: Roger Ainsworth St Cross: Carole Souter St Edmund Hall: Keith Gull St Hilda's: Sir Gordon Duff St Hugh's: Dame Elish Angiolini St John's: Maggie Snowling St Peter's: Mark Damazer Somerville: Alice Prochaska Trinity: Dame Hilary Boulding University: Sir Ivor Crewe Wadham: Lord Macdonald of River Glaven Wolfson: Dame Hermione Lee Worcester: Sir Jonathan Bate

Permanent Private Halls

Blackfriars: Simon Francis Gaine Campion Hall: James Hanvey Regent's Park College: Robert Ellis St Benet's Hall: Werner Jeanrond St Stephen's House: Robin Ward Wycliffe Hall: Michael Lloyd

Recognised Independent Centres

Buddhist Studies: Richard Gombrich Energy Studies: Bassam Fattouh Hebrew and Jewish Studies: Martin Goodman Hindu Studies: Shaunaka Rishi Das Islamic Studies: Farhan Nizami

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