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UKRI community recognised in 2023 King’s Birthday Honours

UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) congratulates all those who were recognised in the 2023 King’s Birthday Honours.

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Recipients were recognised for their many and varied contributions, including those funded by or associated with UKRI.

Dame Professor Ottoline Leyser, UKRI CEO recently said:

It is tremendous to see research and innovation continuing to be so strongly represented across the King’s Birthday Honours.

A huge thanks and congratulations to all who have received these richly deserved awards for their dedicated service to research and innovation and to UKRI.

2023 King’s Birthday Honours recipients

Companion of Honour

  • Professor Sir John Irving Bell, University of Oxford, for services to medicine, medical research, the life science industry and to public health

Knight and Dame Commanders of the Order of the British Empire

  • Professor Diane Coyle, University of Cambridge, for services to economics
  • Professor Iain Gilmour Gray, Cranfield University, for services to the aerospace industry
  • Professor Eleanor Milner-Gulland, Oxford University, for services to international conservation
  • Professor Melanie Joanne Welham, Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, for services to bioscience

Commanders of the Order of the British Empire

  • Professor Anne Carla Ferguson-Smith, University of Cambridge, for services to medical research
  • Andrew George Haldane, Royal Society of Arts, for services to the economy and to public policy
  • Professor Alison Noble, University of Oxford, for services to engineering and to biomedical imaging
  • Professor Eleanor Mary Riley, University of Edinburgh, for services to immunology
  • Professor Deborah Anne Swallow, Courtauld Institute of Art, for services to art and to education
  • María Silvana Tenreyro, for services to the economy
  • Duncan Henry Wilson, Historic England, for services to heritage

Officers of the Order of the British Empire

  • Professor Dario Renato Alessi, University of Dundee, for services to biomedical research and translation
  • Professor Mark Bailey, UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, for services to microbial ecology and to scientific leadership
  • John Barnes, Historic Royal Palaces, for services to heritage
  • Professor Andrew Bastawrous, Peek Vision, for services to eye health overseas
  • Dr Timothy David Bestwick, Harwell Science and Innovation Campus, for services to the commercialisation of science, technology and innovation
  • Professor Ian Charles, Quadram Institute, Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia, for services to science and clinical research
  • Dr Susan Rosemary Foister, The National Gallery, for services to art
  • Professor Jane Hill, University of York, for services to conservation ecology
  • Professor Louise Michele Howard, King’s College London, for services to women’s mental health
  • Professor Nicola Milner, University of York, for services to archaeology
  • Professor Stuart Rogers, Lately Cefas, for services to marine fisheries and environmental science
  • Dr Martin Austin Walsh, Diamond Light Source, for services to science during COVID-19
  • Professor Timothy John Whitley, BT, for services to communications technologies and to scientific policy

Members of the Order of the British Empire

  • Professor Pascale Veronique Aebischer, University of Exeter, for services to economic and societal resilience during COVID-19
  • Richard Barley, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, for services to horticulture
  • Professor Jane Elizabeth Hillston, University of Edinburgh, for services to computer science and to women in science
  • Dr Arlene Victoria Holmes Henderson, Durham University, for services to education
  • Carly Teresa Nyst Kind, Ada Lovelace Institute for services to data and artificial intelligence ethics
  • Dr Gary George Mitchell, Queen’s University Belfast, for services to nursing and dementia care
  • Professor Terrie Edith Moffitt, King’s College London, for services to social science
  • Dr Shubha Sathyendranath, Plymouth Marine Laboratory, for services to oceanography
  • Professor Bencie Woll, University College London, for services to higher education and deaf people

 

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Original article link: https://www.ukri.org/news/ukri-community-recognised-in-2023-kings-birthday-honours/

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