Associate Provost (Academic Partnerships)
Professor Maggie Dallman, Associate Provost (Academic Partnerships)
As Associate Provost (Academic Partnerships), Professor Maggie Dallman OBE is the College’s senior academic lead for societal engagement, international relations and institutional academic partnerships such as the Francis Crick Institute and the Climate Knowledge & Innovation Community (Climate-KIC).
Professor Dallman joined the College in 1994 and was Dean of Natural Sciences from 2008 to 2014. As a Professor of Immunology, she leads on research that uses a range of organisms, from zebrafish to humans, to study the basis for disease and potential approaches to therapy.
The Academic Partnerships team has oversight over a number of projects.
Societal Engagement Framework
A strategic framework for 'sharing the wonder and importance of what we do'.
The Francis Crick Institute
A unique partnership to discover the biology underlying human health, improving the treatment, diagnosis and prevention of human disease.
International Relations Office
Supporting the development of Imperial's international relationships with governments, universities, embassies, and scholarship agencies.
Working with schools, colleges and community organisations to raise aspirations and stimulate interest in STEM subjects.
Free online Science resources for UK primary school teachers, their pupils and children’s parents
Public Engagement with Research
Connecting our research with fresh voices and experiences – and using these insights to help shape our research.
A personal and professional development programme for women at Imperial to develop their enterprising ideas.
Our research includes studies in immunology and inflammation, and its relationship to conditions such as atherosclerosis, obesity and COPD.
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