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ESRC appoints new Strategic Advisory Network members
The ESRC has appointed twenty one new members to its Strategic Advisory Network (SAN).
The SAN provides:
- detailed expert support and advice including on the design of strategies and schemes, investment management, pre- and post-award, and interventions
- a broad perspective of advice on issues, proposals and decisions, including feedback on views within our various stakeholder groups
- access to a pool of academic and user experts to whom the office can turn to for ad-hoc advice and advocacy and to test out new ideas
- provision of input into general policy advice
The Network is a flexible resource, enabling the Executive to obtain the advice it needs in a timely manner, drawing on a range of perspectives from across our key stakeholder groups including academia, business, third sector and Government.
These new members will take up their appointments on 1 April 2019, and their full biographies will be available on the ESRC website in due course.
New ESRC SAN members appointed:
- Mr Simon Anderson, Independent Consultant
- Professor Ann Berrington, University of Southampton
- Professor Ruth Blakeley, University of Sheffield
- Mr Simon Briscoe, Independent Consultant
- Ms Alexy Buck, Ministry of Justice
- Professor Jackie Carte, University of Manchester
- Professor Tarani Chandola, University of Manchester
- Professor Mary Daly, University of Oxford
- Professor Simin Davoudi, Newcastle University
- Professor Rick Delbridge, Cardiff University
- Dr Abi Dymond, University of Exeter
- Professor Eleanor Fisher, University of Reading
- Dr Jen Gold, What Works Team, Cabinet Office
- Professor Cristina Ianneli, University of Edinburgh
- Professor Andrew Jones, City University London
- Dr Olivia Maynard, University of Bristol (Early Career Representative)
- Professor Marie McHugh, Ulster University
- Dr Alice Owen, University of Leeds
- Professor Ian Rivers, University of Strathclyde
- Professor Teela Sanders, University of Leicester
- Professor Deborah Wilson, University of Bristol
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