Research Committee

The Research Committee includes the:

  • Provost (Prof. Michael Proctor; Chair)
  • Vice Provost (Prof. Nicholas Marston)
  • Senior Tutor (Dr Tim Flack)
  • First Bursar (Dr Keith Carne)
  • Research Fellowship Managers (Professor Anne Davis and Professor Robin Osborne) as ex officio members.

The remaining members are elected each year at Annual Congregation.

The Research Committee sets the research policy for the College and is responsible for the running of the Research Fellowship competitions.

The Committee is always happy to receive suggestions for workshops, conferences and linked seminars from Fellows of the College, as well as proposals for Research Fellowship competitions. These should be directed in the first instance to Professor Anne Davis (Sciences) or Professor Robin Osborne (Humanities).

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ProfessorRobinOsborne
Professorial Fellow
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ProfessorAnneDavis
Life Fellow
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ProfessorMichaelProctor
Provost
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ProfessorNicholasMarston
Professorial Fellow, Vice-Provost, Praelector
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DrKeithCarne
Ordinary Fellow, First Bursar
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DrTimothyFlack
Ordinary Fellow, Senior Tutor

Research News

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King’s student helping to develop AI tools to measure vital signs

Fourth-year chemical engineer Mikka Alon has been working with health start-up perfexia to explore ways of using smartphone technology to monitor vital signs such as heart rate and respiratory rate.

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The new Silk Roads PhD Studentship is open to applicants

This studentship will provide funding for up to 4 years to pursue research on some aspect of the Silk Roads.

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Archaeological dig reveals Anglo-Saxon cemetery on King's accommodation site

An archaeological dig at the site of the new graduate accommodation at Croft Gardens has revealed an extensive early medieval burial ground, shedding light on life and death in Cambridge from the end of the Roman period.