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academic administrator , research biochemist

Suzanne Lolita Ullmann, American research biochemist, academic administrator. City councillor Edinburgh City Council, 1972; parliamentary candidate Liberal Party, Edinburgh, 1979.


Ullmann, Suzanne Lolita was born on July 19, 1932 in New York City. Arrived in the United Kingdom, 1950. Daughter of Archibald Colin MacDonald and Charlotte Christine Dundas-MacDonald.


Bachelor of Science with honors, Jesus College, Oxford, England, 1953. Master of Science, Imperial College, London, 1956. Doctor of Philosophy, Imperial College, London, 1957.

Doctor of Medicine (honorary), University Glasgow, Scotland, 1983.


Lecturer University London, 1958-1969. Head department biochemistry University Edinburgh, Scotland, 1969-1980. Dean faculty of science University Glasgow, 1980-1995, vice principal, since 1995.

Director Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, 1975-1978. Vice president Glasgow University Union, since 1988.


  • Other Work

    • Author: (science fiction novel) The Four Moons of Azuron, 1963 (The Barrowman First Sci-Fi Novel 1963), (biochemistry textbook) Biodynamics Explained, 1977, (science fiction novel) The Fifth Moon of Azuron, 1980 (Glasgow University Guardian Book of the Year 1980).


City councillor Edinburgh City Council, 1972. Parliamentary candidate Liberal Party, Edinburgh, 1979.


  • Other Interests

    Fox hunting, hillwalking, writing, croquet, cordon bleu cooking.


Married Douglas Donald MacGregor, July 19, 1961 (divorced December 1969). Children: Bernadine Josephine, Derek Andrew, Joseph Amadeus. Married Zain Perminder Ullmann, December 24, 1970.

Children: Elspeth Avril, Graham Martin.

Archibald Colin MacDonald

Charlotte Christine Dundas-MacDonald

Douglas Donald MacGregor

Zain Perminder Ullmann

Bernadine Josephine Ullmann

Derek Andrew Ullmann

Joseph Amadeus Ullmann

Elspeth Avril Ullmann

Graham Martin Ullmann