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The Isaac Newton Trust looks forward to welcoming our new Fellows during 2021-22!

Name Research Subject Department
Dr Peter Asimov Reimagining modernism: Yvonne Loriod and the French avant-garde Music
Dr Jan Behrends Topology and many-body chaos
in open quantum systems
Dr Abigail Bradshaw Testing prediction as a unified framework for speech production and perception MRC Cognition & Brain Sciences Unit
Dr Sam Cobb A Semi-Artificial Carboxysome for Capture and Utilisation of Dilute CO2 streams Chemistry
Dr Jess Cotton Lonely Subjects: Postwar Literature and Psychoanalysis, 1945-1975 English
Dr Timothy Cooper Media ethics, celebration, and religious disclosure in Pakistan Social Anthropology
Dr Maxime Fouyssac Identifying the role of interoception in the formation and maintenance of habitual behaviour Psychology
Dr Carlos Gantner A multi-lineage model of the human embryo: opening the black box of development Physiology, Development and Neuroscience
Dr Gabriel Jamie The origins and maintenance of polymorphisms across species radiations Zoology
Dr Jiachen Jiang Traversing the Vicinity of Black Holes Using X-rays Astronomy
Dr Sebestian Kroupa Plants and the Pacific:
Tracing Knowledge Across a Sea of Islands, c.1565–1750
History & Philosophy of Science
Dr Rajesh Kumar Bhagat Mathematical Underpinning of Transmission of Airborne Diseases Applied Mathematics & Theoretical Physics
Dr Georgios Markou Art and Exile: Biographies of displacement in the Early Modern Mediterranean History of Art
Dr Cathy Mason Moral Vision and the Good: Murdoch as a Guide to Meta-Ethics Philosophy
Dr  Rene Poncelet

Precision theory predictions for the Large Hadron Collider

Dr Nick Posegay Middle Eastern Intellectual History Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
Dr Jesús Sanjurjo Black Soldiers of the Caribbean: Race, Slavery and Radical Politics History
Dr  Alexandra Wigzell Examining the ethics of care in youth justice Criminology
Dr Ashleigh Wiseman How to build a hominin: predictive simulations of locomotion in human evolution Archaeology

INT Funding Rounds

Application Deadlines for INT Research Grants 2022-23

Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships 2022:

The national competition for 2022 is now closed.  Candidates will be notified by the Leverhulme Trust during May 2022

INT Academic Career Development Fellowships in:


Politics of the Environment

Closing date for applications is 10 June 2022

For Colleges

*NEW* Widening Participation & Induction Fund

Deadline for College Applications:  5pm on 1 June 2022

Trustees' Meeting Dates

Thursday 7 July 2022

Thursday 24 November 2022

Tuesday 14 March 2023

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