OxfordDate of Birth: 4 October 1925
Doctor of Magical Arts & Sciences, Transfiguration
Mallory College, Oxford, 1950–1953
Dissertation title: “Structural, thermodynamic, and kinetic changes in organic molecules in the interspecies-Transfigured mammal.” Doctoral supervisor: Master Griselda G. Marchbanks, TrD.
Mastery of Transfiguration
Mallory College, Oxford, 1949–1950, Tutors: Master Amfortas Monsouri, TrD.
Auror Training Programme
Ministry of Magic, Department of Magical Law Enforcement, 1944–1947
Tutor: Master Flavius Falco, RAn, 1944–1945
Hogwarts School of Witchcraft & Wizardry
1937–1944Outstanding N.E.W.T.s achieved:
Instructor, Advanced Concepts in Theoretical Transfiguration
Mallory College, Oxford, 1953–present
Postdoctoral student supervised: Ophélie. E. Delousie (TrD, Oxford), 1953–1955
Student supervised: Alphard T. Black (RAn), 1950–1952
My research programme focuses on identifying and characterising cellular and molecular changes in Transfigured beings, with particular focus on interspecies Transfiguration.
With my co-investigators, I am empirically applying a multilevel, multidimensional conceptual model to understand the potential applications of Muggle-developed technology in the investigation of cellular and molecular effects of magical events and phenomena.
I am interested in the ethical considerations in Transfigurative science, particularly as they pertain to organic-to-inorganic Transfiguration and its application in magical law enforcement.