An interview with Amanda Hyman

Name: Amanda Hyman Current Job: Graduate Teaching Assistant Scientific Discipline/Field: Ecology and Conservation Country: USA Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): Queer cis-woman Website: https://ahyma2.wixsite.com/amandahyman Twitter or other social media handle: @amandaahyman What does your job involve? I work in the intersection of international ecology/conservation and economics. I specifically use a combination of mathematical optimization models... Continue Reading →

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An interview with Charlie Wand

Name: Charlie Wand Current Job: Postdoctoral Researcher Scientific Discipline/Field: Chemistry/Chemical Engineering Country: United Kingdom Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): B,T (Q) Twitter or other social media handle: @craywand What does your job involve? I’m a postdoctoral researcher working at the University of Manchester in Chemical Engineering. I work in multiscale modelling looking at how the... Continue Reading →

An interview with Jodie Leigh

Name: Jodie Leigh Current Job: Student and Student ambassador Scientific Discipline/Field: Biomedical Science Country: United Kingdom Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): B, Q+ Twitter or other social media handle: @JodieleighHibbs What does your job involve? Helping upcoming and current students throughout their time at university from high school to where to go for help while... Continue Reading →

An interview with Luis Y Santiago-Rosario

Name: Luis Y Santiago-Rosario Current Job: PhD Student Scientific Discipline/Field: Biological Sciences Country: United States Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): G Twitter or other social media handle: @yadixsant What does your job involve? I am a PhD student in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology working on how sodium affects herbivore development and fitness due to natural... Continue Reading →

An interview with Stefan Bon

Name: Stefan A. F. Bon Current Job: Professor Scientific Discipline/Field: Chemical Engineering: Colloid and Polymer Science Country: The Netherlands, but currently work in the UK Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): G Website: http://www.bonlab.info Twitter or other social media handle: @bonlab What does your job involve? Teaching the next generation scientists some aspects of chemical engineering,... Continue Reading →

An interview with Jess Millar

Name: Jess Millar Current Job: PhD Candidate Scientific Discipline/Field: Bioinformatics, Statistics, Microbiology Country: United States Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): L,T,Q Website: http://jessmillar.com Twitter or other social media handle: @jmillar_microbe What does your job involve? I work on putting together mathematical models to understand infectious disease dynamics within hospitals. Are those diseases coming in more... Continue Reading →

An interview with Debra D DeLoach

Name: Debra D DeLoach Current Job: PhD student Scientific Discipline/Field: Molecular Mycology Country: United Kingdom Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): B Website: NA Twitter or other social media handle: @FungalSquirrel What does your job involve? Yeast genetics research on protein & gene regulation mediating virulence in Candida albicans morphogenesis & biofilms How did you get... Continue Reading →

An interview with Janna Eilers

Name: Janna Eilers Current Job: technical team leader, works Council Scientific Discipline/Field: Electricity Country: Germany Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): LBTQ* What does your job involve? A very wide range of tasks. My main task is to coordinate the technical tasks of our plc systems and to coordinate them with the experiment groups. Especially as... Continue Reading →

An interview with Yang Chen

Name: Yang Chen Current Job: Student Scientific Discipline/Field: Artificial Intelligence and other Computer Science Related Country: United States Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): Q What does your job involve? I am still a student studying the more applicable disciplines of sciences. I focus on the study of computation and intelligent machines through statistical models. How... Continue Reading →

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