I’m a woman, with a career in science and a passion for making science accessible for everyone.
I’m passionate about science, science communication, and particularly, science communication involving women.
Understanding how magnificent the discoveries being made every day can bring incredible empowerment to both people working in science and the general public.
I received my PhD in neuroscience in 2012 and have since then worked as a postdoctoral fellow in a few disciplines; public health, epidemiology, rare disease, haematology, and now back in neuroscience.
Aside from these areas I have a strong and passionate interest in all things science, and even broader than that I just love learning, which is probably why I studied science in the first place; we, as scientists, are continually learning about the world around us.
I love trying (emphasis on this word!) to apply the techniques and experience I have learnt to date to understand other aspects of science. Which I hope I can communicate to you.