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Elodie Camprasse

Elodie Camprasse

Region Coordinator

I am a Frenchie who fell in love with Australia, where I came to do my PhD on seabirds 5 years ago. I work as a casual academic, and as an outreach and events manager and emergency response operator for different charities related to nature and the environment.

Tanaya Joshi

Tanaya Joshi

Venue Manager

I'm a biology enthusiast and a performer, passionate about education, change, and multicultural empowerment. Science communication gets me excited, as does anything culturally rich. I major in Genetics at Monash and would love to say hi!

Amy Shepherd

Amy Shepherd

MC

Hi everyone! I'm Amy, and for my PhD I'm training Alzheimer's mice to use touchscreens (like iPads for mice!). In my spare time rant about science over beers a lot - so getting involved with PoS was a no brainer

Mark Demajo

Mark Demajo

Volunteer

I'm The Go To Guy for anything to do with the entertainment industry. I act as consultant for a number of Melbourne Nightclubs and promoters. Have been in the hospitality Industry for a number of years. I love the nightlife - I love the music. It has been my passion.

Celeste Donato

Celeste Donato

Volunteer

I completed my PhD in Virology, then spent 2 years as a postdoc in Singapore before moving to Monash University. My research focuses on the evolution of viruses that infect humans and animals; in particular influenza. Outside of the lab I have a passion for science communication and education.

Nathan Eizenberg

Nathan Eizenberg

Volunteer

I'm a kitchen-table science communicator working in numerical weather prediction and data assimilation at the Bureau of Meteorology. I'm into maths, storytelling and science advocacy. I want to give scientists a bigger platform and for us to be louder and more publicly influential!

Christina Gangemi

Christina Gangemi

Volunteer

I am a Research Assistant at the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute in the field of optogenetics and synthetic biology. I am also a mentor for women in STEMM for the New York Academy of Sciences and an active science communicator.

Adrienne Grech

Adrienne Grech

Volunteer

I am fascinated by the brain and want more people to be as well! Currently a PhD student using mice to understand learning and memory in schizophrenia, but wear many hats including mental health advocate, teaching associate, netball captain and wannabe horticulturist.

Angie Kuek

Angie Kuek

Volunteer

I am a senior consultant with KPMG'S Health, Ageing and Human Services team and has a Master of Public Health and a Master of Health Administration. I'm passionate about ensuring people get access to care and about mental health and preventive health.

Valentina Tan

Valentina Tan

Volunteer

I studied economics in my Bachelor's and international relations in my Master's degree, but have maintained a healthy interest in all things science, especially astrophysics, since I was in school. I decided to be involved this year, because increased science literacy is only a good thing.

Jessica Welch

Jessica Welch

Volunteer

Microbiology lecturer at The University of Melbourne. I've done research and scicomm in the US and Australia and am looking forward to my first Pint of Science as a volunteer!

James Winchcombe

James Winchcombe

Volunteer

Just the sound guy.