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Amy Wooldridge

Amy Wooldridge

Region Coordinator

I'm a Research Associate at UWA, investigating preterm birth and inflammation. I completed my B.Science, Hons and PhD (Prenatal programming of allergic susceptibility) at the University of Adelaide. My hobbies include science, kayaking, diving, violin and adventure in general.

Samuel Dragicevich

Samuel Dragicevich

Venue Manager

I hold a BSc in Chemistry and I'm currently at the tail end of studying my Masters in Science Communication at The University of Western Australia. I'm excited to get involved with Pint of Science and pick up some new skills along the way.

Amanda Meyer

Amanda Meyer

MC

I'm a Lecturer in the School of Human Sciences at UWA. I teach gross anatomy, neuroanatomy, embryology and histology to medical and science students. I conduct research into technology-enhanced learning, teaching methods and student perceptions, outcomes and motivations.

Daniel Midgley

Daniel Midgley

MC

I'm a linguist, a teacher, and a presenter on the linguistic podcast Talk the Talk.

Cass Rowles

Cass Rowles

MC

I have been conducting science communication for more than ten years, mostly in the environmental field. I run my own business, bringing reptiles to children's birthday parties and schools. I dream of a world where people are just as enthusiastic about snakes & lizards as they are cats & dogs!

Lisa Stinson

Lisa Stinson

MC

I'm currently pursuing a PhD in obstetrics. I've dedicated my spare time to science comunication: writing scientific articles for blogs and magazines; speaking at public events; organising science outreach events; and consulting on scientifically themed art projects.

Kylie Sturgess

Kylie Sturgess

MC

I'm a podcaster with Talk the Talk. In my rare free time, I write about superstitions for the Skeptical Inquirer, conduct interviews for the Token Skeptic podcast, and teach radio broadcasting. I'm currently tackling a PhD in creative radio, when not snorfing at Daniel and Ben's terrible jokes.

Alice Trend

Alice Trend

MC

I am a science communications professional working at CSIRO in Perth.

Kate Bowker

Kate Bowker

Volunteer

I work in the water industry and have a passion for making science more accessible to the general public. BSc (Chemistry) Curtin Uni. Masters (Integrated Water Management) UQ.

Li Shan Chiu

Li Shan Chiu

Volunteer

I am a research fledgling pursuing my PhD in neuroscience and pharmacology at UWA. Working at the Perron Institute, my project involves assessing potential neuroprotective therapeutics for traumatic brain injury. Interested in science communication, but probably not good at it.

Wolfgang Haehr

Wolfgang Haehr

Volunteer

I am a clinical pathology masters student with UWA, education officer with the Porphyria Association, aspiring medical researcher and have a strong passion for science communication.

Gabriella MacDougall

Gabriella MacDougall

Volunteer

I am a talkative and passionate biomedical PhD student currently studying the neuroprotective mechanisms of a novel class of stroke drugs called 'poly-arginine peptides'. I live and breathe molecular neurobiology, and above all, I love learning from other passionate scientists out there!

Gregory Rowbotham

Gregory Rowbotham

Volunteer

I am a Science Communicator, Teacher and Host of "Smart Enough To Know Better - A podcast of Science, Comedy and Ignorance". I have been promoting science in fun and interesting ways for my entire career.

Adrian Chia

Adrian Chia

Auslan Interpreter

I am an Auslan Interpreter who has been involved with Pint of Science for the last 3 years. I have a passion for science and learning and love making it accessible to Perth's Deaf community who do not often have access to such events.

Christy Filipich

Christy Filipich

Auslan Interpreter

I'm an Auslan Interpreter with a passion for science education and ensuring access to science and research for the Deaf Community.

Brendon Graham

Brendon Graham

Auslan Interpreter

Graduated diploma of interpreting 2016 qualified NAATI Auslan interpreter 2017. I work full time at Shenton College as an Educational Interpreter and love volunteering for events like Pint of Science when they come up.

Tahlicia Osei-Poku

Tahlicia Osei-Poku

Auslan Interpreter

I am an Interpreter working in Perth. I am so excited to be part of the team to provide access to the Deaf community for Pint of Science 2018!

Dani Pritchard

Dani Pritchard

Auslan Interpreter

Auslan Interpreter!

Suzie Scott

Suzie Scott

Auslan Interpreter

I am an Auslan interpreter with a keen interest in science.

Trish Townsend

Trish Townsend

Auslan Interpreter

I am an Auslan interpreter. Love my job. Providing Auslan interpreters allows Deaf Community to enjoy Pint of Science too!