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Congratulations are in order to Associate Professor Duncan Sparrow, Associate Professor Kerry Walker and Dr Dan Li.

L-R: Duncan Sparrow, Kerry Walker and Dan Li

The Department would like to congratulate Duncan Sparrow and Kerry Walker, who have been awarded the title of Associate Professor.

The Department would also like to congratulate Dan Li, who has been awarded the title of University Research Lecturer.

The new titles are backdated to January 2020.

Head of Department Professor David Paterson said: "My warmest congratulations to Duncan, Kerry and Dan. These are very competitive awards to receive at Oxford, and reflect the significant academic contribution all have made to the Department and University".

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