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Katie Cooper

Katie Cooper

Reading Co-ordinator

I am an Impact Officer at the University of Reading and am excited to bring Pint of Science to Reading for the first time. Outside of work, I can be found clowning around in the name of science communication!

Chanida Fung

Chanida Fung

Reading Co-ordinator

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!

Yuhan Hu

Yuhan Hu

Web Manager

I am finishing off a neuroscience PhD researching epilepsy and how it can be treated. I was incredibly proud to bring Pint of Science to Reading in 2018 and am thrilled to still be involved for 2019!

Louise Arnal

Louise Arnal

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!

Charlotte Day

Charlotte Day

2018 Event Manager - Beautiful Mind

I’m a first 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?

Orla Fannon

Orla Fannon

2018 Event Manager - Beautiful Mind

I'm a PhD student in Neuroscience, and I love public engagement - I spend a lot of my time bringing science to the people, to highlight the cool side of science. My favourite part is teaching kids about science in the real world, and hearing the bizarre and fun questions they come out with!

Laury Sellem

Laury Sellem

2018 Event Manager - Our Body

I am a PhD student working on dietary fat and cardiovascular health, and I also love playing music and traveling. I discovered Pint of Science in France and I'm very excited to bring it to Reading!

HuiQi Yeo

HuiQi Yeo

2018 Event Manager - Our Body

I am a foodie first and PhD student in Food Science second. How can Science not be fun when you get to play with food? My first PoS was in Nottingham and I am now ready for Reading!