University of Bath Famous Alumni

University of Bath Famous Alumni

University of Bath

Our alumni

Our alumni have achieved success in a range of fields – these are just some examples of the many former students who have gone on to achieve great things. We also create a number of honorary graduates each year in recognition of their outstanding contribution to society or academia.

If you are a past student and would like to get in touch please contact our alumni team.



Douglas AltmanProfessor Douglas G. Altman – Founder and Director of Centre for Statistics in Medicine and Cancer Research UK Medical Statistics Group.


Tony KendleTony Kendle – Creative Director at the Eden Project responsible for overseeing the education programme, science outreach and horticulture.


Datuk SallehProfessor Datuk Mohamed Salleh – Founding Director of the United Nations University International Institute for Global Health (UNU-IIGH).


Dr Raymond F. SchinaziDr Raymond F. Schinazi – Widely recognised for his contributions in the field of HIV and hepatitis B. More than 90% of HIV-infected individuals in the United States take one of the drugs he invented.


David SkrbinaDr David Skrbina – Pioneer of ecophilosophy, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Michigan-Dearborn.



Florence Muringi WambuguFlorence Muringi Wambugu – World expert in plant biotechnology. She is known for her advocacy of using biotechnology to increase food production in Africa.




Arts and media

Ash AtallaAsh Atalla – TV producer responsible for producing The Office, The IT Crowd and Man Stroke Woman.



Mark HawkinsMark Hawkins – Former Chief Executive and Managing Director of international content company The Moment.



Simon PittsSimon Pitts – Managing Director for Online, Pay TV, Interactive & Technology at ITV.



Katherine RobertsKatherine Roberts – Author, best known for her fantasy trilogy The Echorium Sequence.



Sue RyanSue Ryan – Media consultant, Director of the Henley Literary Festival and former Managing Editor of the Daily Telegraph.