I am a conservation ecologist and science communicator. My passion is in ecology and human-wildlife interactions. When I’m not in the field chasing penguins, I’m in a classroom teaching biology. I love making science accessible and look forward to this wonderful festival of all things science!
I'm a casual academic at Deakin University. I'm passionate about ecology, nature connection, science communication & sustainable living. I've done research on seabirds. I look forward to doing research on human-wildlife conflicts next. I'm excited about helping Pint of Science grow in Melbourne!
I'm very happy and proud to be involved in bringing Pint of Science to Melbourne's western suburbs; I am an environmental scientist who is involved in my spare time as a volunteer with the Werribee River Association.
I am a neuroscientist and I love science communication, being involved in the community, bringing people together, organise events and have fun. I love the idea of a pint as well as science and I'm looking forward to the combo of it in 2020!
Hi, I'm Ebony! I'm a final year PhD candidate at La Trobe University, where I study the immune system during a viral infection. I'm passionate about communicating research and making science more, inclusive, accessible and of course fun! Excited to be a part of Pint of Science again this year!
Iolanda Di Bernardo
I am a postdoctoral researcher in Condensed matter Physics currently working at Monash University. I am intrigued by phenomena happening at the very surface of materials.
Hi there, I'm excited to be on-board for my first Pint of Science! I'm a budding science communication with a passion for keeping my indoor plants alive - it's harder than it looks - and travelling to new places.
Hi there! I'm Rhiannon and I've worked in a Pathology Lab for the past 7 years. However my true passion is Events management. Sometimes science can have a bit of mystery attached to it and I love to be involved in events that make it more accessible for everyone.
I'm a molecular biologist researching food allergy and epidemic thunderstorm asthma. I spend my spare time inspiring the next generation of STEM enthusiasts, wrangling small children and growing veggies.
HI ! I'm a volunteer for the Pint of Science 2020. Currently I'm an undergraduate student at Monash Uni studying a bachelor of Science majoring in Astrophysics. Outside of science I am a stand-up comedian and radio host and producer on community radio here in Melbourne.
I'm an undergraduate student, who has jumped from environmental science, to aviation.
Find me in a bar, whiskey sour in hand, and talk my ear off about anything: from quarks and quasars, to neuroplasticity.
I am a senior post doc at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute researching how viruses evolve and cause outbreaks. This is my third time volunteering for Pint of Science and I am passionate about science communication and public engagement
I completed a Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences (Hons) degree at the University of Queensland in 2014. I then undertook a PhD in the Faculty of Medicine at UQ, which focused on developing human cardiac organoid models. In 2019, I relocated to MCRI to work as a postdoctoral researcher.
I’m an education-focused reproductive biologist. My past professional lives have spanned sales & marketing positions in women’s health, to freelance science writing for kids magazines. I’m passionate about scientific theory and look forward to lending any of my randomly accumulated skills to PoS!
I am a Masters student at the University of Melbourne researching quantum liquids. This is my second year volunteering with Pint of Science.
I am a keen student of Environmental Science at Deakin Uni. I've also just started a new job at Manningham City Council as an Environmental Project Officer, through this role I will be teaching primary school kids about sustainability and the environment.
I am a researcher working on epigenetics of neurodevelopmental disorders and an occasional science communicator who is passionate about understanding how to communicate in an effective way! When I am not in front of the computer analysing data, I am a professional dancer.
I'm an IT guy and a science groupie. Two years ago I went along to a Pint of Science event and loved it. It's a TED talk down your local. It's a drinking club with a science problem. I had to get involved. This will be my 2nd year helping with organisation. let's make it bigger and better.
Sher Maine Tan
I am a molecular biologist, scientific communicator and an enthusiast of Science! Always learning different ways to contribute to the advancement of healthcare and research. Usually found with my nose in a new book or out running marathons.