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Queen's University Research Fellowship Scheme

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Queen's Fellows

We are delighted to welcome our Queen’s Fellows

The appointments have been made as part of the prestigious Queen’s University Research Fellowship Scheme which aims to attract, retain and develop the very best of research talent.

The prestigious Fellowship Scheme was launched in 2014 to select outstanding postdoctoral researchers from all over the world and accelerate their careers at Queen’s. The new Queen’s Research Fellows are a global cohort relocating to Belfast from Canada, Luxembourg, Australia and America.

The Fellows represent all three faculties of the University. These prestigious positions will allow fellows to concentrate on their research whilst developing  rounded leadership skills through career development training. The Queen's Fellows have access to an Enabling Fund to enhance their research by providing small amounts of funding for specific activities or items not covered by start-up funds.

The Queen’s Research Fellows are:

Dr Leonie Hannan, Collaborative Humanities

Dr Gladys Ganiel, Conflict Transformation and Social Justice

Dr Julie Norman, Conflict Transformation and Social Justice

Dr Ashok Malhotra, Collaborative Humanities

Dr Justin Livingstone, Collaborative Humanities

Dr Fiona Murphy, Conflict Transformation and Social Justice

Dr Ulrike Vieten, Conflict Transformation and Social Justice

Dr Wesley Fraser, Astrophysics

Dr Bernhard Mueller, Astrophysics

Dr Malgorzata Swadzba- Kwasny, Clean Energy 

Dr Elton Jose Santos, Clean Energy

Dr Louise Kregting, Clean Energy

Dr Laura Hobley, Health Sciences (immunology)

Dr Christoph Engl, Food Security