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Professor Dorothy Bishop, Principal Research Fellow at St John’s, has been chosen as one of the 24 members of the University to be celebrated in a series of new portraits, in the Diversifying Portraiture project.

Dorothy was chosen in recognition of her groundbreaking work on the nature and cause of communication problems in children.

More information, including an interview with Professor Bishop, can be found here.

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