Julia Buckingham Is the First Woman Leader of Brunel University in London

Julia Buckingham was named the next vice-chancellor and principal at Brunel University in London. She is the first woman to serve in the position, which is the equivalent of a university president in the United States. She will assume the post on October 1.

Professor Buckingham currently serves as pro-rector for education and academic affairs at Imperial College London. Prior to joining the faculty at Imperial College, she was professor of pharmacology and assistant dean at the Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School of the University of London.

Dr. Buckingham is a graduate of the University of Sheffield. She holds a Ph.D. in pharmacology and a doctor of science degree from the University of London.

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