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20 June 2023

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St Hugh’s Honorary Fellow appointed a CBE in The King’s Birthday Honours List 2023

Congratulations to St Hugh’s Honorary Fellow and Technikos Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Oxford, Professor Alison Noble CBE FRS FREng FIET, who has been appointed a CBE in The King’s Birthday Honours List 2023 for services to Engineering and Biomedical Imaging.

Professor Noble is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Institute of Engineering Technology (IET), and of the Royal Society.  She is a former IET Trustee and was appointed a Vice President and Foreign Secretary of the Royal Society in 2023.

Commenting on her appointment, Professor Noble said,  ‘It is a tremendous honour to receive a CBE for services to Engineering and Biomedical Imaging. I am very fortunate to work with many incredibly dedicated colleagues, and talented postdocs and students, at Oxford, UK-wide and overseas. This honour is a recognition not just of my work but also that of the outstanding people that I have had the privilege to work with.’ For more information please click here.

Professor Alison Noble was one of two Oxford Professors recently awarded the prestigious UKRI Turing AI World Leading Fellowships to conduct ground-breaking work on some of artificial intelligence (AI)’s biggest challenges. The two new Fellowships represent an £8 million investment which will develop trustworthy and secure AI to help solve major challenges. For more information please click here.

 

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