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Queen’s Birthday Honours 2013

Queen’s Birthday Honours 2013 - 19 June 2013.Thinkstock

The following were announced in the Queen's Birthday Honours list in 2013:

Those directly associated with BBSRC

Knights Bachelor

    • Professor Stephen O'Rahilly - University of Cambridge, former co-investigator on BBSRC research grant

Commanders of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)

    • Dr Ruth McKernan - Pfizer and Neusentis, former Chair of BBSRC Bioscience for Industry Strategy Panel and former member of BBSRC Strategy Advisory Board
    • Professor Thomas Pennington - University of Aberdeen, former co-investigator on BBSRC research grant

Officers of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

    • Professor Christopher Wathes - Farm Animal Welfare Committee, former principal investigator on BBSRC research grant, current and former co-investigator on BBSRC grants
    • Professor Christine Williams - University of Reading, former chair of BBSRC Agri-Food Committee

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

    • Professor Catherine Martin - The Plant Cell, group leader at the John Innes Centre which receives strategic funding from BBSRC, current principal investigator and co-investigator on BBSRC research grants

Those indirectly associated with BBSRC

Knights Bachelor

    • Professor Malcolm Grant CBE - University College London, former member of ESRC Council
    • Professor Christopher Pissarides - London School of Economics and Political Science, fellow of the ESRC Centre for Economic Performance.
    • Professor Nigel Shadbolt - University of Southampton, current EPSRC grant holder

Commanders of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)

  • Professor Philip Gummett - Higher Education Funding Council for Wales, former chair of the Board of Examiners of the ESRC Training Board
  • Professor Jeremy Watson - Arup, current member of EPSRC Council

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