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Aina Mogas Barcons
I discovered neuroscience during my undergraduate degree in biology in Barcelona, and now I find myself in the second year of my PhD studying spinal cord regeneration in the UK. When I'm not in the lab you can find me playing volleyball, reading, gazing at the stars or missing my dog!
I am an Msc graduate in Audio Production from the University Of Salford. I am currently a PGCE PCET student at Staffordshire University and a freelance sound engineer.
Yolanda Gómez Gálvez
I studied Neuroscience in Madrid, Spain. I moved to the UK to do my PhD in Neuroscience and in the last year I decided to start this crazy idea of bringing Pint of Science to Stoke. During my "free time" I enjoy climbing, cycling and taking photos all around the world!
I'm currently in the 3rd year of my PhD in Neuroscience based around vitamins, brain cell degeneration and stem cells. And that's why I need the lovely distraction of helping to organise Pint of Science!
I am a Lecturer in Neuroscience at Keele University and examining ways of improving the repair of the brain and spinal cord by using new technologies. Outside of science I climb, walk, cycle and kick a ball around. I also enjoy quality pub time and Pint of Science really fits in with these interests...
I am a Teaching Fellow in Biosciences at Keele University, I recently finished a PhD in Regenerative Medicine where I constructed a brain circuit out of neurons in order to better study diseases like Parkinson's, Huntington's and Alzheimer's. As well as my work, I enjoy baking, PC gaming, and of cou...
Ana Kyoseva (Hati Kose-Dunn)
I am a final year PhD student in cell and tissue engineering at Keele University. While I am trying to finish my PhD, I love outreach events, baking, rock climbing, playing badminton and crocheting ... Basically anything to distract me! My future aim is to teach at a university level and bring scien...
I am a Lecturer in Computer Science at Keele University. I explore how life, cognition and intelligence can be created and explained using artificial evolutionary processes and other techniques inspired by nature