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Keith Gull CBE, FRS (born 29 May 1948) is a Wellcome Trust Principal Research Fellow and Professor of Molecular Microbiology at the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford. He has been the principal of St Edmund Hall, Oxford since 1 October 2009, superseding Michael Mingos.[1][2]

He was educated at Eston Grammar School, King's College London (BSc First Class 1969) and at the University of London (Ph.D. 1972). On completion of his PhD, he moved to a lectureship at the University of Kent. He held a personal chair at Kent when he moved to the University of Manchester where he spent the 1990s involved with the development of the School of Biological Sciences as Head of Biochemistry and Research Dean. He moved to Oxford in 2002.

He was Chairman of the Biochemical Society (1999-2002), and is a trustee of Cancer Research UK.

Among numerous prizes, fellowships, and other awards, Keith Gull was awarded the Marjory Stephenson Prize from the Society for General Microbiology (1996), was elected Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences (1999), elected Fellow of the Royal Society in 2004, and was awarded the CBE in the 2004 New Year Honours list for contributions to microbiology.[3] He holds an honorary DSc from the University of Kent.

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  1. ^ "The Hall elects its next Principal", St Edmund Hall
  2. ^ "SEH academic staff", St Edmund Hall
  3. ^ http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/57155/supplements/8 "New Year Honours List 2004"
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