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Amy Jolly

Amy Jolly

Co-ordinator

I am a Neuroscience PhD student looking at ways to improve and understand working memory impairments following traumatic brain injury. I love to talk about all things Science to anyone who’ll listen and am a self-professed beer enthusiast!

Claudio Chesi

Claudio Chesi

Co-ordinator

I'm a PhD student in Chemical Engineering investigating green processes for the conversion of agricultural waste into value-added materials. I'm excited to be part of Pint of Science and strengthen the bridge between the scientific world and the society

Gus Zimmerman

Gus Zimmerman

Co-ordinator

I'm a PhD student investigating the effects of a mild TBI (otherwise known as a concussion) on the brain and behaviour. I believe communicating and discussing science is incredibly important and is why I am delighted to help organise this event!

Suviti Chari

Suviti Chari

Atoms to Galaxies

I am currently an MRes student in Catalysis; an often unbeknownst and unsung hero impacting our everyday lives. Familiarity breeds indifference. Step out of your comfort zone and join us as we explore our enigmatic existence from Atoms to Galaxies

Mike Potter

Mike Potter

Atoms to Galaxies

Hello! I am PhD student working on stimuli-responsive drug delivery. The reason science excites me is the unknown. This event is great because it showcases accessible, interesting science – in a pub!!! Come, learn something new and have fun!

Giovanni Tretola

Giovanni Tretola

Atoms to Galaxies

I’m a PhD student in Mechanical Engineering looking for new models for the atomisation process. Pint of Science is a fantastic way to involve in the research all the community.

Niall Bourke

Niall Bourke

Beautiful Mind

I am a Neuroscience PhD student looking at the effects of traumtic brain injury on social cognition. I am relatively social and enjoy beer and chatting about science. Oh hey look at this event

Luigi Montibeller

Luigi Montibeller

Beautiful Mind

I'm a neuroscience PhD student investigating the molecular basis of neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer's disease and ALS. I am a science&beer enthusiast; even more when these are combined!

Rosie Dutt

Rosie Dutt

Beautiful Mind

I am currently studying an MRes in Bioimaging Science. With the expanse of research occurring regularly it can prove difficult to keep up. Pint of science is a great way to communicate this and the Beautiful minds event endeavours to do just that!

Katerina Lawlor

Katerina Lawlor

Our Body I

I am a PhD student investigating the interactions between cells in a type of brain tumour called Glioblastoma. I am excited to help organise this year's Pint of Science event as it brings together two of my favourite things - pubs and science!

Arianna Ferrini

Arianna Ferrini

Our Body I

I am a PhD student in Regenerative Medicine and Tissue Engineering, currently working on biomaterials for cardiac regeneration. I really believe in the power of science outreach and I am super excited to be part of the Pint of Science family for 2018

Sam Worrapong Kit-Anan

Sam Worrapong Kit-Anan

Our Body I

I am a PhD student in Cardiac Regenerative Medicine and Tissue Engineering. Science should be fun for everyone. Come and explore with a pint in your hand.

Sarah Wong

Sarah Wong

Our Body II

I am master student studying novel therapies that uses stem cells and the manipulation of genes. I believe research require a two way communication with the public, so here I am!

Kirk Taylor

Kirk Taylor

Our Body II

I’m a Post-Doc researching links between HIV and cardiovascular risk. As people with HIV live longer, it’s important to understand long-term complications. Pint of Science is fantastic way to make research accessible to the community!

Nancy Mulvenna

Nancy Mulvenna

Our Body II

I'm a PhD student studying bacteriophage and how we can use these viruses to combat the global crisis of antibiotic resistance. I love talking science and this is a great opportunity to promote public engagement with current research.

Jennifer Canizales

Jennifer Canizales

Our Body II

I am a PhD student investigating the immunology of occupational allergy. Science has never lost the ability to amaze and astound me. Pint of Science is an excellent way to bring exciting and innovative scientific research to the public.

Faith Uwadiae

Faith Uwadiae

Our Body II

I am a PhD student studying Immunology. I am currently looking at the role of a white blood cell called, the T follicular helper cell in asthma. I love Pint of Science and I am excited to be involved in this year's event. Beer+Science=Happy Faith!

Selene Pirola

Selene Pirola

Tech Me Out

I am a PhD student at Imperial College studying new treatment methods for cardiovascular diseases. I love travelling, cinema and comic books. I'm passionate about science and I love to disseminate this passion! 

Wen Chen

Wen Chen

Tech Me Out

I graduated from the Chemical Engineering Dept and continued to do my PhD with Professor Andrew Livingston, specialising in the application of nanofiltration in pharmaceutical manufacturing. I'm interested in education and the communication of interesting scientific findings to the public.

Melissa Schiele

Melissa Schiele

Planet Earth I

An MSc student with a passion for marine sciences combined with a BSc in Geology and science communication. Exploring is my game, be it to the hadal zone or in tropical islands. Let’s talk complex systems and conservation! Let me get a beer, first.

Sian Evans

Sian Evans

Planet Earth I

PhD student in Earth Science and Engineering desperately trying to prove that geology rocks! My passion for science started with a curiosity about how the world works... and I'm still trying to suss that one out! Come and ponder with us over a pint.

Ans Vercammen

Ans Vercammen

Planet Earth I

I am a postdoc with a background in psychology and conservation science, and currently work at the Centre for Environmental Policy at Imperial, investigating human-nature interactions from an interdisciplinary perspective.

Sophie Page

Sophie Page

Planet Earth II
Sinead Lyster

Sinead Lyster

Planet Earth II

I am a PhD student in Earth Science, trying to figure out what the world was like hundreds of millions of years ago! I'm excited to be involved with Pint of Science.