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Southampton well-represented across panels preparing for REF2021

Published: 18 May 2018
Highfield Campus, Southampton
Some 17 Southampton academics from a range of disciplines will serve on sub-panels for REF2021.

Leading academics from across a range of disciplines at the University of Southampton will take frontline roles as panel members for the 2021 Research Excellence Framework (REF).

Over 4,000 nominations were made for roles across the four main panels and the 34 sub-panels. The panel members include leading researchers and individuals with expertise in the wider use and benefits of research, as well as members with an international perspective on the main panels.

The group of 17 from Southampton is spread across 13 sub-panels, including: 

Clinical Medicine (Sub-Panel 1) –

Public Health, Health Services and Primary Care (Sub-Panel 2) -

Dentistry, Nursing and Pharmacy (Sub-Panel 3) –

Biological Sciences (Sub-Panel 5) -

Agriculture, Veterinary and Food Science (Sub-Panel 6) -

Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences (Sub-Panel 7) -

Chemistry (Sub-Panel 8) -

Computer Science and Informatics (Sub-Panel 8) –

Physics (Sub-Panel 9) –

Engineering (Sub-Panel 12) -

Archaeology (Sub-Panel 15) -    

Education (Sub-Panel 23) -

English Language and Literature (Sub-Panel 27) -

Music, Drama, Dance, Performing Arts, Film and Screen Studies (Sub-Panel 33) -

Professor Cyrus Cooper and Professor Dame Wendy Hall will both serve as interdisciplinary members on a main panel and interdisciplinary advisers on a sub-panel.

Further sub-panel members and assessors will be appointed in 2020, following a survey of institutions’ intentions to submit to REF2021.

 

 

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