I am a medical researcher developing new treatments against antibiotic-resistant superbugs at the University of Adelaide. Since 2015 I have been the city-coordinator in Adelaide, which is an exciting role and I am thrilled to engage with peers and the public, demystifying science at a pub near you.
City Assistant Coordinator
I use DNA extracted from long-dead people and animals as a time machine to reconstruct the past genetic history of humans and other large mammals. I have an accent in all languages I speak, I significantly increase the average age of my soccer team, and I feel better on the road than on the couch
I wear many hats - a mum, a tennis player, a scientist and a amateur home brewer! By day, I am an avid biochemist at Flinders University, with a PhD in proteomics and working in leukaemia research. By night, I like to mix various concoctions of hops and grains!
Computer programmer by day, but by night... also a programmer. I'm highly interested in science, technology, and the implications for society. Whilst I am definitely a beer enthusiast, I’m also a fan of malted fermentation, output from brewing tanks, and brown beverages made from yeast and hops.
I'm a postdoc researching the microbial communities that inhabit our native mammals, with interest in applying this knowledge to conservation. Always keen to communicate the wonders of the microscopic world to the public.
I am a postdoctoral researcher at the School of Computer Science, UofA. My work contributes to our understanding of the fundamental link between Artificial Intelligence and computational creativity, art. I look forward to contributing to the #PintAU to help inspire the next generation of scientists.
My name is Anya and I'm a researcher in the field of brain cancer at Flinders University. I love science and think that communicating it clearly with others is so important, which is why I love Pint of Science. I'm a recent addition to Adelaide and spend my free time tasting my way around the city!
Current PhD student at the University of Adelaide, researching how malaria parasites get into our red blood cells. Passionate about microbiology, microscopy, and equity/diversity in STEM.
I graduated as an Electrical Engineer and by day I'm a database guru. By night I'm a hobbyist brewer and enthusiastic advocate for the sciences and evidence based practice.
I not long ago finished my PhD in behavioural neuroscience at the University of Melbourne and have since moved to Adelaide. Big fan of all things science communication, as well as a double IPA, cats and embroidery.
Hi! I’m Emma, a PhD student from the UK. I moved to Oz 2 years ago to study the behaviour of parasitoid wasps... it's as cool as it sounds! I discovered the power and importance of science communication recently and want to be involved hands-on with spreading the awesome work of local scientists.
I have a great rapport with people and thrives on helping the general public, handling enquiries and maintaining a clean and safe work environment.
I'm a final year PhD Candidate at the University of Adelaide. My research involves investigating the effects of estrogen as a treatment for inherited intellectual disability and epilepsy. This is my first year on the Pint of Science team. In my spare time, I love painting, yoga and hiking!
I am a recent graduate from the University of Adelaide, holding a Bachelor of Science (Advanced) with majors in microbiology and biochemistry. I now work for SciWorld and am very passionate about science communication, so I'm very excited to volunteer for Pint of Science in 2020!
I am a PhD student at the University of Adelaide researching the childhood dementia Sanfilippo Syndrome. I am excited to be involved in such an incredible event, making science more accessible to the public!
I'm a Genetics/ Micro graduate from the University of Adelaide. After finishing my honours on ancient human diets I took a year off to travel around North America. I now work in quality assurance at a brewery in South Australia. In my free time I enjoy hiking and watching terrible movies.
I am a PhD candidate based at SAHMRI in Adelaide. My research is focused on acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, a common childhood malignancy. I am passionate about science communication and public engagement with the scientific community.
Hi I am Zenab and I'm currently a PhD student and very passionate about research in gastroenterology and teaching university students in Adelaide. I love socialising over good food, learning new things and meeting new people! I'm excited to share my passion with you at Pint of Science this year!