Selected Current Staff as of Trinity Term 2021
We are proud of our staff and give equal prominence to the current men and women of DPAG in news articles and termly profiles to ensure that there a lasting archive of their contributions and achievements. Some of the women’s profiles are shared below as part of our 2021 celebrations of ‘Women in Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics’.
As you enter the Sherrington reception, you are immediately greeted with portraits of the Department's two Dames Commander of the Order of the British Empire, Professor Dame Kay Davies and Professor Dame Frances Ashcroft, both nominated by their peers for our Centenary celebrations.
In February 2021, Oxford Medical Sciences Division launched a new project for the International Day of Women and Girls in Science as part of the Centenary celebrations called '100 Women of Oxford Medical Sciences'. Six DPAG women were featured (including one of our DPhil students), and for our own Centenary project, we have extended this to feature eight more women with tenured positions on our academic faculty. Q&A Profiles for Helen Christian, Kieran Clarke, Stephanie Cragg, Maike Glitsch and Mathilda Mommersteeg will be added shortly.
Every term, we profile our professional services and research staff to raise awareness of our dedicated scientists on the frontline of our research and the dedicated staff members who support DPAG's academic, research and teaching objectives. Here are four women interviewed during the centenary year as examples of this ongoing work.