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I am a second year PhD student at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience. My research is focusing on investigating the role of neuroinflammation in pain in Parkinson's Disease. I am really excited to be part of Pint of Science 2021, as I am passionate about science communication a...
Comms and Marketing
I'm a freelance artist, an avid enthusiast of long countryside walks, and a part-time Environmental Science masters student at King's College London. My research interests lie within nature conservation and the Arctic regions, and I'm always happy to discuss climate change over a pint!
"Our Society" Event Manager
I am a Teaching fellow on the Analytical Toxicology MSc at King’s Forensics. My interests lie in utilising novel biological fluids for illicit drug detection. In addition I enjoy engaging with the public about research, which is why I think Pint of Science is such a great event.
"Our Body" Event Manager
I’m a postdoc at King’s Forensics investigating the use of genetics and epigenetics methods to predict someone’s age, appearance, and place of origin from crime scene evidence, like blood drops. I’m always looking for an opportunity to blab about my research, so can’t wait for some fun chats at this...
Valeria De Angel
I’m a PhD student at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, looking at how smartphone and wearable devices can be used to aid psychological treatment. I found out about PoS about 2 years ago and dragged all my non-scientific friends to a couple of talks,the conversations that ensu...
Charlotte O'Brien Gore
I am a research assistant currently working in immunotherapy for cancer. I love hearing about all fields of science and organizing fun events, so it is super exciting to be part of Pint of Science where these two things can be combined!
George Sideris Lampretsas
I am a PhD student working on chronic pain and Alzheimer's disease and I love learning interesting fun facts from all fields of science. Participating in organising Pint of Science is the best way to share my love for science!
Francesca Di Domenico
I’m a first year PhD student at the Institute of Psychiatry, Phycology and Neuroscience. My research focuses on chronic pain, understanding the descending inhibitory pathway. I love communicating science and I think pint of science is a great way to do it!
“ I’m currently a second year PhD student at the IoPPN trying to understand how Alzheimer’s Disease can change the way pain is perceived. In addition to my genuine interest in science communication, joining the Pint of Science organization will contribute, in a much funnier and engaging way, to redu...