Prof Nick Rawlins
Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Development & External Affairs), University of Oxford

Nick Rawlins is Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Development & External Affairs), University of Oxford and Professorial Fellow of Wolfson College. His research lies broadly within behavioural neuroscience, and spans areas including the neural basis of memory, brain degeneration, and pain and anxiety. He was elected Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences in 2006, and became Associate Head of Oxford’s Medical Sciences Division in 2008. He was a Fellow of University College for more than 20 years, serving as Development Fellow at the college from 2001 to 2007 before moving to Wolfson College as a Professorial Fellow.
 

As Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Development & External Affairs), a position he took up in October 2010, Professor Rawlins is responsible for leading the development of the University's external fundraising strategy; managing the work of the Directors of Development, Alumni Relations, and Public Affairs; and overseeing civic relations in liaison with the Registrar.
 

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