Experts from all four of the university’s colleges are among the 62 RSE Fellows for 2019. They are:
- Professor Dave Adams, Chair in Chemistry, School of Chemistry, College of Science and Engineering
- Professor James Chalmers, Regius Professor of Law, School of Law, College of Social Sciences
- Professor Shireen Davies, Professor of Integrative Cell Signalling, Institute of Molecular Cell & Systems Biology, College of Medical, Veterinary & Life Sciences
- Professor Iain Docherty, Professor of Public Policy and Governance, Adam Smith Business School, College of Social Sciences
- Professor Jane Duckett FBA, Edward Caird Chair of Politics and Director of the Scottish Centre for China Research, School of Social & Political Sciences, College of Social Sciences
- Professor Robert Hugh Hadfield, Professor of Photonics, School of Engineering, College of Science and Engineering
- Professor Chris Johnson, Professor of Computing Science and Head of Computing Science, School of Computing Science, College of Science and Engineering
- Professor Manuel Salmeron-Sanchez, Chair of Biomedical Engineering and Head of Division of Biomedical Engineering, School of Engineering, College of Science and Engineering
- Professor Alex Shepard, Professor of Gender History, School of Humanities | Sgoil nan Daonnachdan, College of Arts
Professor Sir Anton Muscatelli, University of Glasgow principal and vice-chancellor, said: “I am delighted to see our staff named among the new 2019 Fellows welcomed today by the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
“All nine of them represent excellence and outstanding achievement in their fields and their Fellowships are richly deserved. On behalf of the whole University I offer our warmest congratulations and wish each of them continued success in their new roles as RSE Fellows.”
In total the RSE, Scotland’s National Academy, announced the addition of 56 new Fellows alongside two Honorary Fellows and four Corresponding Fellows from the worlds of business, science, creative arts, health, technology, law, public engagement and international development.
They join an existing Fellowship of over 1600 individuals who give their time and expertise for free to support the RSE in delivering its mission of ‘knowledge made useful’.