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Elizabeth A. Silber

Senior R&D Scientist, Physics, Sandia National Laboratories
As a highly motivated and accomplished individual, I have dedicated my career to interdisciplinary research in several scientific areas, including physics, and planetary and earth science. I earned my PhD. in Physics and Planetary Science in 2014 (Western University, Canada) and graduated with an Honours BSc. (Specialization Astrophysics and Major in Planetary Science), with distinction, prior to that. Throughout my career, I have demonstrated a deep passion for learning and an insatiable curiosity about the world around me. My research interests are broad in nature, and I am constantly seeking new challenges and opportunities to expand my knowledge and expertise.

In addition to my research, I have also dedicated a significant portion of my career to teaching. With nearly a decade of experience in teaching physics, astronomy, and earth science courses, I have developed innovative and novel teaching methodologies. My extensive teaching experience spans from course and curriculum development to implementation, and I have enjoyed engaging with wide audiences, both in class and online.

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Elizabeth Kay-Raining Bird

Professor Emeritus, School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Dalhousie University
Elizabeth Kay-Raining Bird, better known as 'Mandy', is a professor emeritus in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Dalhousie University. Throughout her career, her clinical, teaching and research focus has been on the development, speech and language assessment and treatment of children with disabilities, particularly those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Mandy also advocates at provincial, regional and national levels to institute a Canada-wide basic income guarantee--a powerful tool for poverty elimination and individual and societal health promotion.

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Elizabeth M. Hofmeister

Associate Professor of Surgery, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
Dr. Hofmeister is a Pennsylvania native who has lived in Southern California since 1997, thanks to a 31-year career in the U.S Navy. The daughter of a registered nurse and a nurse anesthetist, Dr. Hofmeister set her sights on becoming a doctor during high school, and was one of a select few officers allowed to pursue a medical degree upon her graduation with distinction from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1989. She received her Doctorate of Medicine from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in 1993, and completed an Internal Medicine internship at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda. She then moved to Pensacola, Florida, where she received her Flight Surgery gold wings from the Naval Aerospace Medicine Institute, and then served as a flight surgeon on Marine Corps Base Hawaii for two years.

Her grandmother’s blindness from severe glaucoma and macular degeneration inspired her to seek a career in ophthalmology. She completed her ophthalmology residency training at Naval Medical Center San Diego, where she was among the Navy’s first surgeons trained to perform PRK and LASIK. She then pursued fellowship training in Cornea, External Disease, and Refractive Surgery at the prestigious Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia. Following fellowship training, she returned to Naval Medical Center San Diego, where she served as faculty until 2021. While on faculty, she deployed many times, including humanitarian missions on the hospital ship USNS Mercy, and a deployment to a combat zone in Afghanistan as the Deputy Command Surgeon of the Combined Security Transition Command in 2009. She has served in many leadership roles, including Ophthalmology Residency Program Director, Refractive Surgery Center Director, Ophthalmology Department Chairman, and the Navy’s Refractive Surgery Advisor from 2010 until 2020.

Dr. Hofmeister’s clinical interests as a Cornea Specialist include the treatment of dry eyes, viral and bacterial eye infections, and keratoconus. She performs cataract surgery, corneal crosslinking, full-thickness and partial-thickness (DSAEK, DMEK) corneal transplants. As a refractive surgeon, she has performed over 9,000 PRK, LASIK, and SMILE procedures, and is experienced with implantable collamer lens (ICL) surgery and refractive lens exchange. She is also one of the leading teachers of refractive surgery in the United States, having trained over 60 residents and fellows from three residency programs in her 21 years as a Navy Ophthalmologist.

An avid researcher, Dr. Hofmeister was an investigator on many studies of refractive surgery, with a focus on best practices, new technologies, and the safety of refractive surgery in patients with physically demanding jobs or austere work environments. She was the principal investigator on the landmark Patient-reported Outcomes with LASIK (PROWL) study, conducted with the FDA to assess patients’ satisfaction with LASIK.

Dr. Hofmeister is board-certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology, and is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society, the Society of Military Ophthalmologists, and the American Society of Ocular Trauma. She is an Associate Professor of Surgery at the Uniformed Service University of the Health Sciences, and while in the Navy, held Adjunct Faculty Positions at the University of California San Diego, and Loma Linda University.

Some of her most gratifying moments have occurred during humanitarian surgical missions to Papua New Guinea, Fiji, the Philippines, and Honduras, where she performed manual small-incision cataract surgery, allowing patients formerly blind from cataracts to see their loved ones again. A highlight was her volunteer mission to Honduras, where her daughter provided Spanish translation with the surgical technicians in the operating room.

An accomplished vocalist and pianist, Dr. Hofmeister has performed with many amateur groups, and provides weekly music at her church. She loves hiking and travelling with her husband, who is also a physician.

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Elizabeth Mary Clancy

Lecturer, School of Psychology, Deakin University
I am an experienced researcher, teacher and evaluator, and a registered Psychologist, with a PhD in Psychology. My thesis addressed the issue of harmful online behaviours in emerging adulthood, specifically sext dissemination and the motivations for this and related behaviours. I also hold a Masters in Industrial and Orgnaisational Psychology, an MBA and Masters of Management, and Bachelor of Engineering.

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Elke Mühlberger

Professor of Microbiology, Boston University
I have a long-standing research interest in studying highly pathogenic hemorrhagic fever viruses, including Ebola and Marburg viruses which belong to the filovirus family. Filoviruses cause a severe disease in humans with high case fatality rates. Due to the high pathogenicity of these viruses, they are classified as biosafety level 4 (BSL-4) pathogens. My lab studies different aspects of the filovirus infection cycle. One focus of our work is to dissect the mechanisms of filovirus genome replication and transcription with the goal to identify determinants of virulence. This includes work on Lloviu virus, a new member of the filovirus family, whose pathogenicity in humans is not known. Tools we use for this work include minigenome systems and recombinant viruses.

Another focus of our research is centered around the host response to filovirus infection. To mimic the events in infected patients, we mainly use human primary cells for our infection studies. This includes macrophages and monocyte-derived dendritic cells isolated from blood, as well as human immune and liver cells generated from induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC). The iPSC-derived infection platforms are developed in collaboration with tissue engineers at BU’s Center for Regenerative Medicine (CReM). We use these platforms to analyze the host response to filovirus infection, including inflammatory signatures, cell damage and antiviral defense mechanisms. The information we obtain from these studies will help us to determine virulence factors and identify targets for antiviral therapeutics.

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Elke Schwarz

Reader in Political Theory, Queen Mary University of London
I am Reader in Political Theory at Queen Mary University London, UK and my research focuses on the intersection of ethics of war and ethics of technology with an emphasis on unmanned and autonomous / intelligent military technologies and their impact on the politics of contemporary warfare. I am the author of ‘Death Machines: The Ethics of Violent Technologies’ (Manchester University Press) and have written extensively on military AI, autonomous weapons and the ethical implications of such military machines. I am a 2024 Leverhulme Research Fellow, with a project on the poliitcs of Apocalyptic AI.

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Ella Kuskoff

Research Fellow, ARC Centre of Excellence for Children and Families over the Life Course, The University of Queensland
Dr Ella Kuskoff is a Research Fellow at The University of Queensland. Her work focuses on three core manifestations of disadvantage: Domestic violence, poverty, and engagement in statutory child protection systems. Her work considers how these manifestations of disadvantage coalesce and compound in complex and often detrimental ways. She also considers how people’s (and particularly women’s) experiences of these forms of disadvantage are situated within and impacted by broader structural, policy, and service provision contexts.

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Ella Rabaiotti

Lecturer in Criminology, Swansea University
Ella has over 20 years’ experience working in criminal and social justice in Wales. A qualified Probation Officer, she has worked within adult and youth justice, and led on various initiatives, including restorative justice, integrated offender management and user engagement.

Subsequently, as Crimestoppers’ first Wales Manager, Ella created crime prevention films and education packages for its ‘Fearless’ youth scheme. After conducting action research within the charity, she went on to set up the Wales Safer Communities Network, before bringing her skills and experience into academia.

Ella's research interests span community safety and partnership working, as well as probation, young adults and social justice.

Ella is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Ella has over 20 years’ experience working in criminal and social justice in Wales. A qualified Probation Officer, she has worked within adult and youth justice, and led on various initiatives, including restorative justice, integrated offender management and user engagement.

Subsequently, as Crimestoppers’ first Wales Manager, Ella created crime prevention films and education packages for its ‘Fearless’ youth scheme. After conducting action research within the charity, she went on to set up the Wales Safer Communities Network, before bringing her skills and experience into academia.

Ella's research interests span community safety and partnership working, as well as probation, young adults and social justice.

Ella is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

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Ella Stewart-Peters

Affiliate, College of Medicine and Public Health, Flinders University
2013 - Bachelor of Archaeology (Flinders University)
2014 - Honours in Bachelor of International Studies, History (Flinders University)
2018 - Doctor of Philosophy, History (Flinders University)

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Ella Plumanns Pouton

PhD candidate, The University of Melbourne
Ella is a PhD researcher in Ecology within the school of Agriculture, Food and Ecosystem Science at the University of Melbourne. Her PhD investigates the influence of fire on heathland plants across their life cycle. Ella's research interests include fire and plant ecology, biodiversity conservation, and environmental policy and governance. She is passionate about finding good ways to look after the earth and its creatures.

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Ellen Annandale

Professor of Sociology, University of York
After completing my BSc in Sociology at the University of Leicester, I studied for my MA and PhD in Sociology at Brown University in the USA. In 2012 I was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Medicine from Umeå University in Sweden.

My first academic position was at the MRC Medical Sociology Unit (now MRC Social and Public Health Science Unit) at the University of Glasgow, where I worked as a researcher on the West of Scotland 2007 Study of health in the community. Thereafter I joined Warwick University as a lecturer and subsequently the University of Leicester as Senior Lecturer, Reader and Professor of Sociology, before coming to York as Professor and Head of Department in 2013.

Between 2004 and 2012, I was Editor-in-chief of the journal Social Science & Medicine.

Between 2013 and 2015 I was a Vice President of the European Sociological Association (ESA) and Chaired ESA's Postgraduate Committee.

With Maria Carmella Agodi I am co-editor of the ESA Book Series Studies in European Sociology, published by Routledge.

With Xiaodong Lin, I am co-editor of the Book Series Global Research in Gender, Sexuality and Health, published by Palgrave.

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Ellen Baker

PhD Candidate, Nutritional Ecology, University of Oxford
My main research interest is pollination biology and I'm fascinated by understanding what factors influence the relationships we see between pollinators and flowers. This interest was sparked when I read 'The Biology of Flowers' by Eigil Holm during my A levels. My PhD has focussed on collecting nutritional data from a wide range of plants and bees so we can better understand what nutrients bees are obtaining from different flowers.

My research career began during my undergraduate degree in Biology at the University of Bristol, after which I pursued my interest in plants by studying for an MSc in Plant and Fungal Taxonomy, Diversity and Conservation at RBG Kew. After completing my masters I left academia for a few years. During this time I worked on systematic mapping projects looking into the impact of sustainability standards, followed by becoming a plant sciences content editor at the Centre for Agriculture and Bioscience International. I am in the last year of my PhD which has been in collaboration with RBG Kew.

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Ellen Orchard

PhD Researcher, School of English, Trinity College Dublin
I am a PhD researcher in the School of English, Trinity College Dublin, where I write about constructions of childhood in Modern Irish poetry. My work is funded by the Irish Research Council and I am currently based in Trinity Long Room Hub Arts & Humanities Research Institute. I review regularly for "Poetry Ireland Review", but my teaching and wider research interests bring me outside the genre of poetry: I regularly teach short stories, novels and drama. Having grown up in Canada, but spent the last decade in Ireland, I am interested in the relationship between gender and colonial legacy in literature, both here in Ireland, and abroad.

In 2019, I was awarded a Master's in Poetry from Queen's University Belfast, and a BA in English Literature from Trinity College Dublin in 2018.

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Ellen Quarles

Assistant Professor in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, University of Michigan
I earned my Ph.D. in pathology at University of Washington in Seattle. My dissertation work focused on reversing age-related problems that lead to heart failure in mice using an anti-aging drug intervention. My work as a postdoc, and then as an assistant professor in the Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology department at the University of Michigan has been to develop the first multicellular model system for studying polyphosphate, an ancient molecule that plays many cellular roles, possibly including aging. I teach a course for senior undergraduates and graduate students about the basic biology of aging.

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Ellen Beatrice Robson

Postdoctoral research associate, Durham University
I am a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience at Durham University. My research centres around developing stakeholder-focused guidance and methodologies to help mitigate landslides and improve slope stabilisation in lower income countries. The methodologies and guidance are developed by working collaboratively with stakeholders (currently in Nepal and India), using a combination of methods including numerical analyses, geotechnical and geological mapping, and qualitative data collection.

I acquired my PhD in Geotechnical Engineering from Newcastle University in 2023, which was sponsored by NERC IAPETUS. My PhD aimed to further understand some of the causes for inadequate road slope stabilisation in lower income country settings, and to develop stakeholder-focused methodologies to aid the planning and design of road slope stabilisation.

During my PhD, I completed a three month internship at the Research and Information Service (RaISe) of the Northern Ireland Assembly. During the intern, I produced a blog post on transport trends during the COVID-19 pandemic in Northern Ireland and a published research article and blog post on climate change risks to transport infrastructure in Northern Ireland.

Prior to my PhD, I received an MSci in Geology from the University of Birmingham in 2017, with a year abroad at the University of Copenhagen. During my undergraduate, I conducted two months of research at the Open University using Pro3D (a 3D image viewer) to examine and measure ripple-like bedforms found along the Opportunity rover traverse of Mars.

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Ellen D. Russell

Associate Professor, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Wilfrid Laurier University
My latest work on economic expectations," Keynesian Expectations, Epistemic Authority and Pluralism in Economics: Placebo Effects and Nocebo Effects in Normal and Abnormal Times" is forthcoming in the Cambridge Journal of Economics.

I have been a senior economist at the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, and I was a Budget Forecaster commissioned by House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance during the establishment of the Parliamentary Budget Office.

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Ellen T. Meiser

Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Hawaii at Hilo
Alaska-grown sociologist interested in qualitative research, with expertise in social psychology, emotions, and the culinary industry. Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Hawai'i at Hilo. And a co-creator and co-host of The Social Breakdown, the sociology podcast nobody wants, but everybody needs.

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Ellery McNaughton

Research Assistant, University of Auckland

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Ellie Broadman

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Climate Science, University of Arizona
Ellie Broadman is a climate scientist who specializes in reconstructing past climate and environmental change using lake sediments, tree rings, and variety of field, laboratory, and data analytical methods. She is a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Spatio-Temporal Interactions between Climate & Ecosystems Lab and the Laboratory of Tree Ring Research at the University of Arizona in Tucson.

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Ellie Gennings

Senior Lecturer in Sport Coaching, Bournemouth University
Ellie is a Senior Lecturer in Sports Coaching at Bournemouth University. Her research is focus on enhancing children's wellbeing in sporting environments.

In 2022, Ellie completed a PhD that explored the intricacies of children's wellbeing within the context of sport. Her research aimed to understand adolescent wellbeing and resulted in the development of a psychometric measure of wellbeing. Ellie is now exploring the implementation of this work within sporting spaces. Her expertise lies in adopting a holistic approach to sports coaching, with a specific emphasis on addressing social issues and fostering ethical coaching environments.

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Elliot Doornbos

Senior Lecturer of Criminology, Nottingham Trent University
Elliot Doornbos is a Senior Lecturer of Criminology in the Criminal Justice Department, In addition to his teaching and research roles Elliot is First Year Criminology Tutor and module leader for the year three module International crime. He is also a supervisor for third year dissertations. Elliot is currently studying for his doctorate at Nottingham Trent University, which focuses on whale shark fin trafficking

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Elliot Gould

PhD student, School of Biosciences, The University of Melbourne
Elliot Gould is a PhD candidate at the School of BioSciences, and a Quantitative Research Assistant on the repliCATS project at the School of BioSciences, University of Melbourne. Their PhD investigates the transparency and reproducibility of ecological models in applied ecology and conservation decision-making. Elliot seeks to use data science techniques to advance the open-science movement by improving the transparency and reproducibility within their home discipline of ecology and conservation science. Within this field, Elliot’s primary interest is in building ecological models for aiding ecological management and conservation decisions. Other research interests include decision-theory, Structured Decision Making, and plant ecology (especially grasslands of the Victorian Volcanic Plains). They have an enthusiasm for teaching and skill-sharing, particularly with regard to building a strong community of practice in emerging open-science methodology and computational biology within ecology and conservation.

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Ellis Walker

PhD in English Literature, University of Sheffield
Ellis Walker is a PhD English Literature candidate at the University of Sheffield. Her research excavates the digital and material spaces and places where black British authors and their books are discussed. As a member of the Black Writers' Guild she is invested in raising awareness of racial inequalities in the publishing industry, which forms a large part of the thesis. In 2017 she completed her MA in Black British Writing from Goldsmiths University, with a research project that became a survey of blackness in Britain from the Windrush era to present day.


Post-PhD, Ellis hopes to open a publishing imprint in the north of England to help other curious minds become more aware of the blackness in Britain outside of the major cities.

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Ellycia Harrould-Kolieb

Lecturer and Research Fellow in Ocean Governance, University of Melbourne and Postdoctoral Researcher, UEF Law School, University of Eastern FinEllycia Harrould-Kolieb, PhD (University of Melbourne) is a Postdoctoral Researcher on the TRANSCLIM project, based at the UEF Law School. She is also a Visiting Academic at the Climate and Energy College of the School of Geography, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Melbourne and an Advisor at Rationale Advisors. In her PhD, Ellycia examined how the role of problem framing interacts with treaty interpretation to open new avenues for addressing the emergent problem of ocean acidification under existing multilateral agreements.

Ellycia has over two decades of experience working in environmental conservation and governance, primarily focused on issues related to international ocean governance and the intersection of climate, ocean and biodiversity governance. Prior to her PhD, Ellycia worked in Washington DC as a Marine Scientist for Oceana, the largest NGO focused on marine conservation. In this role, Ellycia sat at the science-policy interface, advocating on Capitol Hill, at multilateral negotiations and at the state goverment level for stronger policies to protect the ocean from climate change.

Ellycia's publications can be found in top ranked journals, including Climate Policy, Conservation Biology, RECIEL, Environmental Science & Policy and Marine Policy.

land, The University of Melbourne

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Elodie Bitsindou

Doctorante en histoire de l'architecture contemporaine, Centre Chastel, Sorbonne Université
Élodie Bitsindou poursuit actuellement ses recherches en histoire de l’architecture contemporaine sous la direction de Jean-Baptiste Minnaert au sein du centre André Chastel, un laboratoire affilié à Sorbonne Université, au CNRS et au ministère de la Culture.
Sa thèse en cours se concentre sur la création de "nouveaux-villages" pavillonnaires en France des années soixante à quatre-vingt. Elle y explore les dynamiques de l'habitat individuel en France à travers sa thèse intitulée "Logés à l’américaine : Émergence, évolution et perception de la maison individuelle en France. Histoire croisée autour de la firme Levitt And Sons (1962-1981)". Cette recherche offre un regard original sur l'évolution de la construction, de l'aménagement du territoire et des modes d'habiter à l'échelle nationale, européenne et mondiale.
Précédemment, ses travaux de master portaient sur les réalisations de Ricardo Bofill dans les villes nouvelles franciliennes, marquant ainsi le début de ses études sur l’architecture et l’urbanisme du XXe siècle, avec une attention particulière portée à leur dimension utopique.

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Elodie Fabre

I am interested in how political parties and voters adapt to new situations, in particular how parties and voters have responded to devolution in the UK and beyond. I have conducted research on party organisational changes in Spain and Britain, investigating and codifying the relationship between the central level of statewide parties and their ‘regional’ branches. In the context of devolution, I am increasingly interested in the issue of citizens’ response to devolution and citizens’ understanding of devolution, and what they mean for democratic accountability.

In addition, I have recently developed an interest in ‘unusual’ voting situations such as external voting (expatriate vote in national elections) and the vote of non-national EU citizens in the local, devolved and European elections (EU citizens voting in a country other than their own).

Finally, I remain interested in French politics. I have become country co-ordinator (France) for the Political Party Database Working Group, a research network that studies and gathers comparative quantitative data on the organisation of political parties across 19 countries.

I am the co-convenor of the ECPR Standing Group on Federalism and Regionalism and book review editor for Regional and Federal Studies. I am also on the editorial board of the journal Fédéralisme et Régionalisme.

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Elodie Manthé

Maître de Conférences en Sciences de gestion, Université Savoie Mont Blanc
Diplômée de l'IEP d'Aix-en-Provence et titulaire d'un doctorat en Marketing, j'ai commencé ma carrière dans le financement de startup par crowdfunding avant de me tourner vers la recherche avec l'étude des mécanismes de micro-financement et de micro-donation. Avec une approche par le comportement des consommateurs, je cherche à comprendre les réactions des individus aux sollicitations monétaires (investissement et dons) et non-monétaires (bénévolat) dans des contextes marchands et touristiques. Je suis affiliée au laboratoire IREGE de l'Université Savoie Mont-Blanc.

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Elodie O'Connor

Research Officer, Murdoch Children's Research Institute
Dr Elodie O'Connor has completed a Bachelor of Arts (Professional Writing), Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Psychology, and PhD in Psychology. Elodie works as a Research Officer in the Centre for Community Child Health at Murdoch Children's Research Institute. Her research aims to reduce inequities in chilren's health, development and wellbeing.

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Elodie-Laure Jimenez

Chercheure en archéologie préhistorique et paléoécologie, University of Aberdeen
Je suis préhistorienne et paléoécologue, et mes recherches s'attachent particulièrement à comprendre les relations entre les grands carnivores du passé et les sociétés de chasseurs-cueilleurs préhistoriques.

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Éloi Gagnon

PhD Candidate, Université Laval
After completing his undergraduate studies in biomedical sciences (2016-2019) and his master's degree in psychology at Université Laval (2019-2020), Éloi began his doctoral studies in Benoît Arsenault's laboratory in 2021. Éloi is involved in several projects related to cardiometabolic diseases. These include the link between gut microbiota and chronic disease, the link between fat distribution and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, and the link between brain proteins and obesity. All his projects have one thing in common: the use of Mendelian randomisation. In his day to day life, Eloi uses genetics to answer causal questions, plays basketball and loves hanging out around a beer.

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Eloisa Romani

PhD Candidate, SOAS, University of London
I am Project Coordinator at SOAS University of London's Strategic Concept for the Removal or Arms and Proliferation Project (SCRAP Weapons) and a PhD candidate in Global Diplomacy at the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy, SOAS University.

I have served for years as speechwriter for a government's Ambassador to the United Nations and have worked in the Vatican Dicastery for Communications as Executive Project Assistant on Internet Governance issues and Social Media Editor.

My research interests include international relations, cultural diplomacy, the United Nations, and general and complete disarmament. I have recently co-authored an article with H.E. Maritza Chan Valverde, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Costa Rica to the United Nations in New York, titled "Represented but not always heard: an analysis of the progress of gender equality at the United Nations through the lens of the Treaty on the Prohibition on Nuclear Weapons", published on the Zeitschrift für Friedens- und Konfliktforschung Journal in April 2023 (DOI: 10.1007/s42597-023-00095-x).

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Eloise Kirby

PhD Candidate, Bangor University
PhD researcher interested in injury risk in female athletes. I am currently working on the Welsh Injury Surveillance in Girls' Youth Rugby (WISGYR) Project assessing injury risk in grassroots girls' rugby.

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Eloise Litterbach

Postdoctoral Researcher, Deakin University
Eloise is an Early Career Research Fellow passionate about public health. Eloise's research interests include early childhood nutrition, family and individual behaviour change, participatory research, and reducing socioeconomic inequities and health related stigma. Eloise has worked as researcher within Deakin University's Faculty of Health since 2012, and recently completed her PhD exploring the use of screens during shared mealtimes.

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Eloise Stevens

Host, The Conversation's Curious Kids podcast
Eloise Stevens is the host and creator of The Conversation's Curious Kids podcast, and sound designer of The Conversation Weekly podcast. Outside of The Conversation, she produces audio for the BBC, ABC and The Guardian, among others, and has recently received an Arts Council grant to write a novel.

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Eloy Rivas-Sánchez

Assistant Professor, Sociology, Athabasca University
My area of research is precarious migration and health, foreign workers; and social movements and global citizenship. I am part of a team working on a research project titled: Collective Care, Renewal, and Resurgence for the Post-Pandemic Future.
On those topics I have co-authored a book, The Epicenter : Democracy, Eco*Global Citizenship and Transformative Education (DIO Press), 12 book chapters and 8 journal articles.

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