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Lecturer on Infant & Child Public Health at Swansea University with an interdisciplinary background that combines nutrition and psychology. My research interests are mainly on babies, their parents, and their behaviour.
I am an impact support officer at Swansea with a background in marine ecology and STM publishing (transferable skills are my thing!). I first came across Pint of Science in Oxford and am thrilled to be helping to bring it to Swansea for the first time in 2018.
I’m a Lecturer in Applied Medical Sciences at Swansea University. I love communicating science and all things human body! When I have spare time I like to make YouTube videos about the science of everything from vaginas to vampires (and other things that don’t begin with ‘v’).
I'm a PhD student putting hi-tech movement tags on marine animals, mostly sharks, and hoping they give them back afterwards. We can then spy on how they move and behave in their environment. I also like pubs, which has worked out well.
Event Manager - Beautiful Mind
I am a Psychology PhD student exploring one’s motivations to eat. Pint of Science is a way of sharing our research outside of the traditional lecture hall which poses its own challenges which will be a new and exciting way of communicating with people outside of the university.
Event Manager - Tech me out
I am providing simple yet mathematically rigorous explanations of large, complicated, high dimensional data and apply those to a number of disciplines ranging from neuroscience and medical imaging, thought cancer research, to material science.
Event Manager - Our Body
I’m a lecturer in Genetics & Biochemistry. My research focuses on the link between the immune system and metabolism in the progression of cancer. I am particularly keen on promoting postgraduate student engagement in communicating our science to the public. I am very much looking forward to being pa...
I’m a post-doctoral researcher at Swansea University Medical School researching members of a family of enzymes called Cytochromes P450, which can be used as targets for new and existing drugs or can be used to make new chemicals for industry.