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Login to add to list. Following a first. Louis USA , before moving to Lousanne in His research focussed on neuronal death - occurring naturally in development, or pathologically in cerebral ischemia and hypoxia. Peter Clarke was Associate Editor of the journal Science and Christian Belief and lectured widely on science and religion, mainly on questions relating to the brain. He was very active promoting science-religion dialogue in the French-speaking world and was a founding member of the Reseau des Scientifiques Evangeliques.

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He was a member of an evangelical church in Lausanne. He is currently a Visiting Professor in the University of Cambridge. Clayton publishes and lectures extensively in the field of science and religion, and a selection of his recent publications are given below. Clayton gave the annual Boyle Lecture at St.

Mary-le-Bow Church in London on 22 Feb. Dr Paula Clifford currently leads Christian Aid's strategy on climate change and is head of Church Communications for the organisation. She previously taught medieval French and modern linguistics, first at the University of Reading, and subsequently at Magdalen and Somerville Colleges, Oxford. Her particular interests within the climate change strategy are concerned with how climate change affects people in the developing world, and the theological justification for Christian involvement.

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She was a keynote speaker at the Oxford Operation Noah conference on climate change in February She originally studied at Cambridge and Harvard, before taking a lectureship in Religious Studies at the University of Lancaster She later became a university lecturer in Theology at Oxford, as well as a Tutorial Fellow of Oriel College - A philosophical and systematic theologian, Sarah Coakley became increasingly involved in interdisciplinary work whist at Harvard, and conducted collaborative research projects in medicine and religion with Prof Arthur Kleinman , and in theology and evolutionary theory with Prof Martin A.

Alasdair Coles is an academic neurologist in Cambridge, UK, whose primary research interest is in the immunology and treatment of multiple sclerosis.

He is employed by Cambridge University and has a small research team managing clinical trials and doing human immunological laboratory work. He is a medical adviser to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of the UK, and advises several pharmaceutical companies. Coles has also done some research on the neurological basis for religious experience, stemming from managing a small cohort of patients with spiritual experiences due to temporal lobe epilepsy and he has given invited lectures on this subject at the Department of Theology, Liverpool Hope University, in , and the Department of Religious Studies, Calgary University.

He is now engaged in a study, funded by the Templeton Foundation, of the spirituality of people with neurological disease in Cambridgeshire and is editing a book on religion in neurological disease for Cambridge Univesity Press. She is a chartered psychologist registered with the Health Professions Council. Following that she was for five years senior lecturer and course director for a masters programme in psychology of religion at Heythrop College, University of London.

Her interests are wide ranging, reflected in publications on cognitive behaviour therapy, brain and behaviour, psychological approaches to biblical exegesis, natural theology, psychological responses to trauma, the spirituality of children and those with special needs, and medical ethics. She ministers in a west Oxfordshire parish. Francis S.

Collins, M. He led the successful effort to complete Human Genome Project HGP , a complex multidisciplinary scientific enterprise directed at mapping and sequencing all of the human DNA, and determining aspects of its function. A working draft of the human genome sequence was announced in June of , an initial analysis was published in February of , and a high-quality, reference sequence was completed in April From the outset, the project ran ahead of schedule and under budget, and all the data is now available to the scientific community without restrictions on access or use.

Dr Collins received a B. His research has led to the identification of genes responsible for cystic fibrosis, neurofibromatosis, Huntington's disease and Hutchison-Gilford progeria syndrome. Simon Conway Morris has held an ad hominem Chair in Evolutionary Palaeobiology in the Earth Sciences Department in Cambridge University since , with a particular research interest in the early evolution of the metazoans.

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He was originally elected a fellow at St John's College Cambridge in re-elected in , during the latter stages of his PhD and having taken a first class honours degree in Geology from Bristol University. After a stint in the Open University, his initial appointment to the Earth Sciences department was as a lecturer in He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in He has received numerous awards and medals including, in , the Lyell Medal of the Geological Society of London. He was elected to a fellowship at Green College where he served as Chaplain and was the founding Director of the Whitefield Institute.

He had his own radio and television series, advised on a BBCI TV drama series and was regularly interviewed on medical and ethical issues. He was awarded an honorary doctorate by Gordon College, Mass. He is also working on books on the ethics of Palliative Care and one on the Beginning of Life.

He is interested in neuroethics, genetic engineering, xenotransplantation and robotics as well as medical ethical issues. His publications in the history of philosophy include Descartes , The Rationalists , and Cartesian Reflections , and he is co-editor and translator of the three-volume Cambridge edition of The Philosophical Writings of Descartes. From he was editor of the journal Ratio. Russell Cowburn has research interests in nanotechnology and its application to magnetism, electronics and optics.

His research group is currently involved in a number of research projects in the areas of nanoscale magnetism and spintronics. Applications of these basic research projects include low energy computer chips, ultrahigh density 3-dimensional data storage and healthcare devices.