Curriculum Vitae

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1951-1958 Wennington School, Wetherby, Yorkshire
1959-1965 St. Catharine's College, Cambridge
1961 Part I Natural Sciences Tripos: 1st class (Biochemistry, Botany, Organic Chemistry and Zoology)
1962 Part II Natural Sciences Tripos: 1st class (Zoology)
1962-1965 Agricultural Research Council. Studentship for research under Professor Sir Vincent Wigglesworth in Department of Zoology, Cambridge, ARC Unit of Insect Physiology
1965 Ph.D., University of Cambridge
1965-1966 Harkness (Commonwealth Fund) Fellowship for research and travel held at the Department of Biology, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. (Head: Professor Dietrich Bodenstein)
1966-1967 Harkness Fellowship held at Developmental Biology Center, Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio (Head: Professor Howard Schneiderman)
1967-1969 A.R.C. Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, Department of Genetics, University of Cambridge
1969-1973 Open Research Fellowship, Caius College
1969-2006 MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology. Permanent member of scientific staff
1976 Elected member of European Molecular Biology Organisation
1977 Zoological Society of London's Medal
1977-2010 Editor J. Embryology and experimental Morphology, became Development in 1987
1980 Dietrich Bodenstein Lecturer, University of Virginia
1982 Walter Bauer Lecture, Helen Hay Whitney Meeting, New York
1983 Elected Fellow of the Royal Society
1983-1989 Editorial Board of Cell
1984-1986 Joint Head of Division of Cell Biology at Laboratory of Molecular Biology
1987-1989 Editorial Board of EMBO Journal
1994 De Camp Lecturer, Neurosciences Symposium, Columbia University, New York
1994 Darwin Medal from Royal Society
1996 Prize: "Vinci d'Excellence" Moet et Chandon, Paris
1996 Inaugural Wigglesworth Memorial Lecture, XX International Congress of Entomology, Florence
1996 Lecture to "Architectonics of Nature" Symposium. Princeton University 250th Anniversary celebrations
1998 BBV Visiting Professor, Centro de Biología Molecular, Madrid
2000 Waddington Medal from the British Society of Developmental Biology
2000 Elected Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
2002 Visiting Miller Professor, University of California, Berkeley
2004 Keynote Address, 45th Annual Drosophila Research Conference, Washington DC
2006-2022 Director of Research, Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge
2006-present MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology. Emeritus Scientist
2007 Prince of Asturias Award for Scientific and Technical Research, Oviedo (shared with Prof. Ginés Morata)
2011 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Society for Developmental Biology (Bethesda, MD)
2012 Honorary Fellowship of the Royal Entomological Society
2013 Honorary Membership of the British Society of Developmental Biology
2023-present Visitor of the Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge