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Ally Hughes is a project co-ordinator at the Scottish Universities Life Science Alliance which provides training and support for early career researchers in life sciences. She is passionate about democratising science and making science education and careers accessible for everyone.
Ally is a first year PhD Student researching charge transfer in organic semiconductors
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A PhD student who's research encompasses the development of new animal-free biomaterials for use in 3D cell culture and regenerative medicine.
Lauren is a third year PhD student, whose research involves developing a bone marrow model. She has always been fascinated by geology, fossils and biology, and more recently climate change
Laura is a lecturer in Biomolecular Sciences who has dedicated a significant portion of her time to public engagement activities over the last 10 years.
Caitlin is a first year PhD student with the British Heart Foundation who is passionate about research into developing novel stroke therapeutics
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Gabriela is a PhD student at the Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences in Glasgow.
Giulia is a PhD student who is focusing on developing new diagnostic devices for infectious diseases that can be used everywhere and by everyone.
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Julia is a graduate teaching assistant and anatomy demonstrator at the University of Glasgow.
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Urja is a student pursuing Master's in Biotechnology at the University of Glasgow.
Konstantina is a 3rd year PhD student whose research involves using radar for mobility classification in cattle. She loves animals, nature, and a good pint!
Hayley is an MSc (Research) student studying ureilite meteorites and early solar system planetary evolution.
Jodi is a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Glasgow. Her research uses magnetic resonance imaging to investigate brain health, and she is passionate about challenging inequity in science.
Marine is a Marie Curie post doctoral fellow conducting her research on the interactions between viruses and their tick vector. She develops new high throughput methods to improve our molecular understanding of the viral infection in ticks.
A master's student majored in chemical biology in the University of Glasgow.