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Hannah Taylor

Hannah Taylor

Volunteer

I am a reproductive biologist studying female infertility, in particular premature ovarian failure. I am in my second year of part time honours in biomedical science and hope to continue to my PhD next year.

Clare Desmet

Clare Desmet

Volunteer

Working in Population Health gives me the chance to see how health science meets the public. The sheer volume of health messages can seem conflicting. I like to bring things back down to the evidence base. Pint of Science is a great example of this!

Kumar Uddipto

Kumar Uddipto

Volunteer

I'm interested in all things single - especially cells in the context of leukemia heterogeneity. Pint of Science gives me the opportunity to share my love of science with others.

Emmalee Ford

Emmalee Ford

Volunteer

I'm a PhD candidate studying women's fertility. I love sharing science with the world, and I'm passionate about equality, coffee and kittens.

Matthew Mclaughlin

Matthew Mclaughlin

Volunteer

I'm a big believer in getting knowledge in the right format, to the right people at the right time. Especially when that knowledge is how to move more throughout the day!

Yu Qi Lee

Yu Qi Lee

Volunteer

I’m a PhD candidate studying the developmental origins of kidney disease in the Indigenous Population. I love to bake, travel and experiment new recipes.

Jacinta Martin

Jacinta Martin

Volunteer

I am a Researcher in at the Hunter Medical Research Institute in Newcastle studying reproductive biology. During my PhD I studied the maintenance of DNA quality in mammalian Eggs/Embryos and now I am examining the mechanisms responsible for building a healthy placenta.

Natalie Trigg

Natalie Trigg

Volunteer

I'm a current PhD candidate researching the impact of environmental insult on spermatozoa and how this can impact the embryo. I am a lover of summer, soccer and all things science.

Kathryn Newton

Kathryn Newton

Volunteer

I am a passionate educator of all things Science! I design and facilitate the learning of teenagers in Science, I am also the Hunter Head Teacher network convenor of Science. Cutting edge Science needs to be promoted! Good job Pint of Science!

Olivia Whalen

Olivia Whalen

Volunteer

I'm a PhD student at the University of Newcastle, researching infant development in the first year of life, and how maternal asthma and mental health during and post pregnancy influence development. I had the privilege of speaking at Pint of Science in 2018 - an unforgettable experience!

Angharad Carter

Angharad Carter

Volunteer

I'm a Kiwi Dentist who has made her home in Australia. I enjoy science and socialising, so why not both? In my spare time, I like to grow my own vegetables and cook them up into something delicious.

Chanel Egan

Chanel Egan

City Coordinator

I am an IT Project Manager who loves organising things, learning, bad puns and cheese. I got involved with Pint of Science to celebrate and share the amazing and diverse talent we have in Newcastle.

Julie O'Donohue

Julie O'Donohue

Volunteer

I am a Masters student in Cultural Heritage at Deakin University. I am part of a team working towards finding a permanent home for the museum. Providing opportunities to understand and experiment with Science ideas is integral to our educational focus.