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We are delighted to announce that Jamie Hartmann-Boyce, James Sheppard and Sarah Tonkin-Crine have been awarded the title of Associate Professor, in recognition of their research achievements, contribution to teaching, and contribution to the general work of the department and the wider Medical Sciences Division.

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Jamie Hartmann-Boyce will be an Associate Professor of Evidence-Based Policy and Practice, while James Sheppard will be an Associate Professor of Primary Care. Sarah Tonkin-Crine is currently on Maternity leave (for which we also wish her all the best!).

Jamie said, “In 2012, I left publishing and joined the department for a 9-month post. I’m delighted that now, 9 years, 2 kids, and a DPhil later, I’ve been awarded this title. I’m so grateful to everyone who supported me in getting here.”


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