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Dr. David W. Hughes

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  • Japanese linguistics
    Yale University
  • PhD , Musicology and Anthropology
    University of Michigan
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Professor Sir David Hughes ...
www.ials.sas.ac.uk, 25 Dec 2008 [cached]
Professor Sir David Hughes Parry: Director 1947-1958 IALS from Russell Square: Spring
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Professor Sir David Hughes Parry: Director 1947-1958
David Hughes Parry was born in January 1893 in the Welsh speaking community of Llanaelhaearn, Caernarvonshire. He was educated at Pwllheli county school and went on to win a scholarship to University College, Wales in Aberystwyth in 1910; he graduated in 1914 with First Class honours in Economics.
Following the outbreak of World War One, he joined the Royal Welsh Fusiliers in 1915 and saw active service on the Western front before being invalided out in 1919.
After the war, he went to Peterhouse College, Cambridge where he was placed in first class of part two of law tripos 1920.
His career in academic law began in 1920 when he was appointed lecturer in law at Aberystwyth University, just two years before he was called to the Bar in Inner Temple. He moved to LSE as a law lecturer in 1924, becoming reader in law four years later.
In 1923, he married Haf, the daughter of Owen Morgan Edwards, inspector of education for Wales.
He became Professor of English Law at LSE in 1930 (as a successor to Edward Jenk) and head of Department. He stayed at LSE until his retirement in 1959.
Portrait of Professor Sir David Hughes Parry He was also active within the University of London, serving as Vice-Chancellor for many years and as the Chairman of Senate, the Academic Council, the Court and the Finance Committee.
It was his prestige and influence which brought about the setting up of IALS in 1947.
Contact us: School of Mathematics, University of Leeds
www.maths.leeds.ac.uk, 18 July 2015 [cached]
David Hughes MSc Mathematics Programme Manager
Professor David Hughes Postgraduate Admissions Tutor
Mellanby Centre for bone research - Welcome
www.mellanbycentre.dept.shef.ac.uk, 9 May 2015 [cached]
Dr David Hughes Mellanby Centre for bone research - Welcome
Mellanby Centre
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Recently, David has worked collaboratively using his skills in tissue interpretation to contribute to a variety of projects such as describing the phenotype of IL-1 receptor antagonist knockout mice and tissue engineering using conditionally-immortalised chondrocyte progenitors. David currently collaborates with Professor Peter Croucher's group and contributes histology support to the Sheffield Bone Biomedical Research Unit.
David W Hughes | Guildford Astronomical Society
www.guildfordas.org, 20 Jan 2014 [cached]
Prof David W Hughes
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Prof David W Hughes
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Prof David W Hughes
David W. Hughes is the Emeritus Professor of Astronomy at the University of Sheffield, UK. He has spent his life teaching and explaining the joys and complexities of astronomy to students and doing research into the minor bodies of the solar system and the history of astronomy.
He was a co-investigator on the extremely successful European Space Agency's GIOTTO space mission to Comet Halley and also on ESA's Smart 1 mission to the Moon.
David has served on a host of space and astronomy committees and has twice been a Vice President of the Royal Astronomical Society and the British Astronomical Association. He has lectured all over the world, led astronomical eclipse expeditions and has three times given the prestigious annual Herschel Lecture in Bath. In 1990 asteroid 4205 was named David Hughes in his honour.
Hughes
mellanbycentre.dept.shef.ac.uk, 19 Dec 2010 [cached]
Dr David Hughes, BMedSci, MB ChB, PhD, FRCPath
Consultant Histopathologist and Cancer Lead Clinician/Associate Medical Director for Cancer Services, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust; Honorary Senior Lecturer, University of Sheffield.
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Dr Hughes obtained a BMedSci at the University of Sheffield in 1985 and went on to complete a PhD in 1988 and to graduate in Medicine in 1989 at the same University. He then worked as a Clinical Lecturer in Pathology at the University of Edinburgh between 1990 and 1995. During this period he also undertook a sabbatical (1994-95) as Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Texas Health Science centre, San Antonio. Dr Hughes then worked as a Clinical Lecturer in Pathology at the University of Sheffield between 1995 and 1998. Since then, David has worked as an NHS Consultant Histopathologist at Chesterfield Royal Hospital (1998-2003), the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, Birmingham (2003-5) and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals from 2005 onwards.
David's initial research was the investigation of the role of cytokines in bone metabolism and through his PhD, he developed an interest in understanding the mechanism of action of bisphosphonates. This interest was carried forward during his sabbatical in San Antonio, establishing the pro-apoptotic effect of bisphosphonates on osteoclasts and during his clinical lectureship in Sheffield he contributed to the work of the team of Dr (now Professor) Mike Rogers in demonstrating the role of the mevalonate pathway in bisphosphonate action. More recently, David has worked collaboratively, using his skills in tissue interpretation to contribute to a variety of projects such as describing the phenotype of IL-1 receptor antagonist knockout mice and tissue engineering using conditionally-immortalised chondrocyte progenitors. David currently collaborates with Professor Peter Croucher's group and contributes histology support to the Sheffield Bone Biomedical Research Unit.
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