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Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowships
The Royal Society invites applications for the Dorothy Hodgkin fellowships. These enable early-career scientists who require a flexible working pattern due to personal circumstance to take the first…
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The Dorothy Hodgkin Project
The Dorothy Hodgkin Career Development Fellowship can give that opportunity to an outstanding woman who has had a career break. It is a project which would have been close to Dorothy’s heart.” -Dr Margaret Adams, Dorothy Hodgkin and E.P. Abraham Cephalosporin Fellow and Tutor in Chemistry, Somerville College
Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship awarded to Yaara Erez
Royal Society – Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship
Royal Society – Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship Posted on November 14, 2014 by Patrick Archard Applications are welcomed for the Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship. This scheme is for outstanding scientists in the UK at an early stage of their research career who
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Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship success
Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship success Posted on 24 September 2018 Dr Alyssa-Jennifer Avestro has been awarded a Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship and will join the new Molecular Materials research grouping in York. Dr Alyssa-Jennifer Avestro will be assuming her role as a Royal Society–GCRF Dorothy Hodgkin Research Fellow in the Department from January 2019.
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These fellowships are named after Dorothy Hodgkin. [56] In addition to the award of Fellowship (FRS, HonFRS & ForMemRS) and the Research Fellowships described above, several other awards, lectures and medals of the Royal Society are also given.
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Royal Society – Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowships
The Institute of Astronomy is pleased to invite expressions of interest from suitably qualified researchers who wish to apply for a Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship to be held within the Institute. This fellowship scheme is aimed at outstanding scientists in
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Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship awarded to Yaara Erez

Many congratulations to Yaara Erez, who has been awarded a Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship from the Royal Society. This gives Yaara up to five years of independent funding to pursue her work with us, following on from her previous support from EMBO. Yaara plans

Dorothy Hodgkin
Dorothy Hodgkin (1910-1994), Chemist and crystallographer; Nobel Prize winner; wife of Thomas Lionel Hodgkin Dorothy Mary Crowfoot Hodgkin Sitter in 17 portraits Chemist and crystallographer. Hodgkin went to Somerville College, Oxford. In 1933 she became the
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In 2018, Fay was awarded a Junior Research Fellowship at Somerville College, Oxford. In 2021 Fay was a awarded a Dorothy Hodgkin Career Development Fellowship in the Chemistry Department. Fay has received research funding from the MS Society, MRC, EPSRC, BSRC, Merck, and Numares AG.
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Dorothy Hodgkin Postgraduate Scholarship Awards
Dorothy Crowfoot was born in Cairo on 12 May 1910 and married Thomas Hodgkin in 1937. The couple had three children. In July 1994, she died, as a result of a stroke, at her home in Shipston-on-Stour, England. The scholarship awards is named after Dorothy, not
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– Congratulations to Nicole Robb on being awarded a Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship! Link . – We had a great time chatting to the public about our research at the Curiosity Carnival , thanks to everyone that helped out on the night!