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Charlotte Day

Charlotte Day

Reading Co-ordinator

I’m a final year PhD student researching how the immune system can be implicated in epilepsy. Pint of Science is an amazing opportunity to get an insight into the research taking place at Reading, whilst sipping on a pint! What could be better?

Katie Cooper

Katie Cooper

2019 Reading Coordinator

I am an Impact Officer at the University of Reading where I support academics to work with non-academic audiences. When I'm not at work, I can be found clowning around in the name of science communication!

Chanida Fung

Chanida Fung

2019 Reading Coordinator

I'm a PhD researcher & Graduate Teaching Assistant at UoR, studying how different insect traits affect their relationships with different organisms. Besides doing science communication, you can find me snapping photos or doing arts and crafts!

Louise Arnal

Louise Arnal

2019 Event Manager - Creative Reactions

I am doing a PhD in flood forecasting at the University of Reading. Additionally to science, I love doing art and playing games, and am always trying to find new ways to combine these 3 things!

Stephanie Bull

Stephanie Bull

2019 Event Manager - Creative Reactions

I recently finished off my PhD in Food Science and have now moved on to being a Teaching Fellow. I love getting involved in different outreach projects and am excited about bringing my love of art into the Creative Reactions event of Pint of Science!

Erinn Quinn

Erinn Quinn

2019 Event Manager - Creative Reactions

Creative Reactions is an exciting opportunity for anyone who wants to create and showcase their ideas. The combination of my background in health sciences and art business means I am very excited to help facilitate others to invent, dream, think creatively and exhibit their work.

Matthew Greenwell

Matthew Greenwell

2019 Event Manager - Planet Earth

I’m a third year PhD student in the ecology and evolution department at UoR, studying how landscapes affect butterfly population genetics. Outside of research I’m usually doing something outdoorsy or wildlife related.

Paula Dove

Paula Dove

2019 Event Manager - Atoms to Galaxies

I am a recently retired Physics teacher and delighted to be involved this year. Science should be accessible to all and Pint of Science brings research scientists to the public in a fun, informal way. In my spare time I play badminton and majong, am a keen theatre-goer and am learning the piano.

Marjorie Sunday

Marjorie Sunday

2019 Event Manager - Atoms to Galaxies

I have a masters degree in Clinical Neurology and an undergraduate in Neuroscience. I first volunteered with PoS at the University of Sheffield and I am passionate about meeting new people and making science more accessible to everyone. My other interests are in physics, astronomy and fashion.

Rachael Chandler

Rachael Chandler

2019 Event Manager - Beautiful Mind

I’m a PhD student at the Uni of Reading, researching how certain genetic mutations which cause Parkinson’s Disease result in the loss of neurons. When I’m not peering down a microscope, I enjoy swimming, hiking and of course pubs, which are a great place to chat about new and exciting science!

Nancy Rose Molyneaux

Nancy Rose Molyneaux

2019 Event Manager - Beautiful Mind

I'm a pharmacology student at the University of Leeds, currently working as a global research assistant in late phase clinical trials. Within pharmacology, my specific interests are psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia. I run a blog (Biomed Thread) to keep engaged with the scientific community.

Dannielle Kydd-Sinclair

Dannielle Kydd-Sinclair

2019 Event Manager - Our Body

I’m a PhD student in structural biology looking at the development of drugs for metabolic diseases. In addition to research, I work with various charities that aim to get girls and young people from under-represented backgrounds involved in STEM.

Irene Feliciotti

Irene Feliciotti

2019 Event Manager - Our Body

I am a PhD student in structural biology, interested in structural-functional characterization of prebiotics involved in human health. I am passionate about research and I love to spread my enthusiasm doing different activities to show how important science is in everyday life.