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|Birth||January 26, 1957|
|1977|| B.Sc. (first class honours), physics with astrophusics,|
University of London, Queen Mary College, Physics Dept.
Passed with Distinction Part Three of the Mathematics|
Tripos, University of Cambridge, Dept. of Applied
|1978-82||University of Cambridge, Institute of Astronomy|
|1981-82||Amelia Earhart Fellowship, ZONTA International|
|1982-83|| Lindemann Fellow of the English Speaking Union of the|
|1983||Ph.D., astrophysics, Cambridge University|
Parisot Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California,|
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Publication information: Book title: Notable Women in the Physical Sciences:A Biographical Dictionary. Contributors: Benjamin F. Shearer - Editor, Barbara S. Shearer - Editor. Publisher: Greenwood Press. Place of publication: Westport, CT. Publication year: 1997. Page number: 429.