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Phil Bell-Young

Phil Bell-Young

City Coordinator

Phil is a Science Communicator and Outreach Officer for the University of Hull. He spends most of his time organising projects (i.e. Hull FameLab and Soapbox Science) and presenting science-based entertainment at events like TED Ex Hull or busking with the Hull Street Scientists.

Dr Kat Sanders

Dr Kat Sanders

Organiser

Kat is a Lecturer in Clinical Anatomy at HYMS. A passionate science communicator, Kat shares her love for anatomy through many platforms and has set up her own event series, Anatomy Nights. In 2015, she organised the first Pint of Science in Newcastle, Australia and is at it again, this time in Hull

Joe Wood

Joe Wood

Organiser

Joe is a 4th Year Chemist at the University of Hull and has been involved in Science Outreach for the last few years. He has a particular interest in its role in Widening Participation and Access to Higher Education.

Michelle Kinnon

Michelle Kinnon

Organiser

Michelle is a 2nd year PhD student with the British Heart Foundation. She's working on developing a platelet specific imaging agent for use in treating cardiovascular disease. She's been involved with Scicomm for 2 years now and is looking forward to combining her two favourite pastimes!

Susan Hornby

Susan Hornby

Organiser

Susan's job at The Deep is Head of Education and Community Engagement. The Deep is a registered charity and aquarium based in Hull dedicated to understanding and protecting the marine world.

Jenny Thomas

Jenny Thomas

Location Manager

Jenny works for the Deep and has been involved in organizing the venues for this years event here in Hull.

Michele Miller

Michele Miller

Venue Assistant

Michele is an MSc student at the University of Hull studying Public Engagement and Science Communication, having completed a Bachelors in Chemistry. She's particularly excited for the Our Society talks, and this is her first year volunteering with Pint of Science.

Lydia Sidney

Lydia Sidney

Venue Assistant

Lydia is a a 4th year Chemistry student at the University of Hull. She has a keen interest in science and is involved with science busking and outreach at University.

Lydia Baldwin

Lydia Baldwin

Venue Assistant

Lydia is a PhD student within the University of Hull microfluidics group. She is developing a lab on a chip device using gut tissue. Outside of research she enjoys Scicomm and has been involved with the Hull Street Scientists Busking Group.