Assistant Professor of American Politics, Rice University
Erik Peterson is an Assistant Professor at Rice University who specializes in American Politics and Political Communication. His current research focuses on the political consequences of the decline of local media outlets in the United States and the growth of online news consumption. In other work he considers the use and interpretation of research methods, such as experiments, to study these topics. His research has appeared in the American Political Science Review, the American Journal of Political Science and the Journal of Politics, as well as other academic journals.
Health Sciences Assistant Professor of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis
Erik's research focus is in small animal primary care.
Professor of Political Science, West Virginia University
Erik Herron is the Eberly Family Distinguished Professor of Political Science at West Virginia University. He has published extensively about politics in Eastern Europe and Eurasia, including the recent book Normalizing Corruption: Failures of Accountability in Ukraine (University of Michigan Press, 2020).
University oDr Darics is an applied linguist interested in the role of language in professional and business contexts, in particular online. In her work she explores how language constitutes social reality, and how to best educate the world about this important knowledge.
She conducts empirical linguistic-discourse analytical research, theorises and educates about language awareness and discourse consciousness. She is an experienced and passionate researcher-educator with a sense of responsibility to nurture a future generation of critical text consumers who are also ethical, responsible and empowered communicators.
Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the School of Law, Queen's University Belfast
Erika Jiménez is a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the School of Law, Queen's University Belfast on a project entitled: Golani youth, human rights and the forgotten occupation.
She is currently writing her first book on Palestinian youth’s views and experiences of human rights in the occupied West Bank as part of the Human Rights Law in Perspective (Hart) series.
She has worked on other projects including a study that explored the experiences of education among minority ethnic and migrant groups in Northern Ireland. Before that she worked as a Research Fellow at the Rights Lab, University of Nottingham in the area of modern slavery research.
Erika is committed to conducting research that amplifies voices and ‘ways of knowing’ that are often side-lined in society and academia. She is also interested in decolonial approaches to human rights, childhood, and research. This has led her to conduct research alongside research advisory groups made up of minoritised populations such as Palestinian youth, refugees and survivors of modern slavery.
Lecturer in Clinical Psychology, University of Technology Sydney
Dr Erika Penney is an Education-Focused lecturer, clinical psychologist, and external placement coordinator with the master of clinical psychology program in the Graduate School of Health. She is the Responsible Academic Officer (RAO) for Teaching & Learning within Clinical Psychology.
She has a national reputation as a leader in e-MH education, and is sought after for Personality Disorder, Complex Trauma, and Stigma teaching expertise. She has particular clinical interests in e-mental health, complex trauma, and personality disorders, as well as mental health stigma and improving patient outcomes with trauma-informed care. Prior to her work at UTS, she worked in private and public health hospitals and clinics and brings industry experience to her teaching. More recently, Erika's clinical and empirical interests have included the areas of inter-professional learning, as well as adaptations of therapies to telepsychology formats. She is one of the co-founders of the Australian Telepsychology Collaboration, a group that has designed high quality trainings for university training clinics and the Australian Psychological Society on integrating telepsychology effectively and safely. Erika acknowledges the Gadigal People of the Eora Nation as the traditional custodians of knowledge and of the land on which our city campus stands and is an ally of First Nations people. She is an official UTS LGBTQIA+ Ally.
* Registered psychologist with endorsement in clinical psychology from the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
* Psychology Board of Australia (PsyBA) approved supervisor for higher degree pathways and the clinical psychology endorsement registrar program.
* Member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA).
* Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS).
* A co-founder of the Australian Telepsychology Collaboration (ATC).
* Chair (Clinical Division) for the NSW-ACT Psychology Placement Consortium (NAPC).
* Collaborator in the Australian Psychology Placement Alliance (APPA).
Research Assistant, Monash University
Erin Bradshaw is a research assistant and ECR in journalism in the School of Media, Film and Journalism at Monash University Caulfield.
Bradshaw is the senior research assistant for the ARC funded project "The culture of implementing Freedom of Information in Australia" https://www.monash.edu/arts/media-film-journalism/the-culture-of-implementing-freedom-of-information-in-australia.
Bradshaw focuses on Journalism Studies, Journalism Ethics, and Endometriosis in Journalism
Pinangba Support Officer, Indigenous Knowledge
Erin Cunningham is a Kalkadoon woman from the Cloncurry and Mount Isa region of Western Queensland. Erin is an Enrolled Endorsed Nurse (EEN) who worked for five years on Palm Island in both hospital and community nursing roles before joining Stagpole Street Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Unit (SSDARU). Erin is a Support Officer at SSDARU and is the lead investigator of the government-funded Pinangba project to evaluate their model of care. Erin holds a Post Graduate Certificate in Family Therapy from the Bouverie Centre and La Trobe University.
Erin C. Fuse Brown, assistant professor of law, teaches Administrative Law; Health Law: Finance & Delivery; and the Health Care Transactional & Regulatory Practicum. She is a faculty member of the Center for Law, Health & Society. Her research interests are in the intersection of the business and regulation of health care delivery systems. Her recent scholarship has focused on policies affecting hospital prices for health care services and on the structural fragility of the right to health care in the Affordable Care Act.
Fuse Brown came from Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, where she was a visiting assistant professor and visiting fellow in ethics and health policy with the Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics. Previously, she practiced in the health care group of the San Francisco office of Ropes & Gray LLP and clerked for Judge Alan C. Kay on the U.S. District Court in the District of Hawaii.
Fuse Brown received a J.D., magna cum laude, from the Georgetown University Law Center and a M.P.H. from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. While in law and public health schools, she was an associate editor of The Georgetown Law Journal, a Greenwall Fellow in Bioethics and Health Policy, and a senior researcher for The Center for Law and the Public’s Health. Fuse Brown holds a B.A, magna cum laude, from Dartmouth College in studio art.
Associate Professor, Department of English, Theatre, Film & Media, University of Manitoba
Dr Erin Keating is an Associate Professor in the Department of English, Theatre, Film & Media at the University of Manitoba. Her primary research focuses on the popular genres of 17th-century secret history and the theatre through the lenses of print culture, celebrity studies, and affect theory. She has published articles in this field on the relationships between genre, audience, and affect in both secret history and the Restoration theatre, on the role of gossip and popular print on Charles II's public persona, and on gatekeeping and masculinity in early coffeehouses in England. She also researches and teaches classes in contemporary fantasy genres, particularly epic fantasy and superhero narratives and has published on Alan Moore's and Dave Gibbon's comic Watchmen.
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law, Drake University
Erin Lain is a professor of law at Drake University and a triple alumna of the college. Her research focuses on legal education, academic success, and the bar exam. In addition to working at Drake University, Lain interned for federal magistrate Judge Celeste Bremer, directed the Council on Legal Educational Opportunity's (CLEO) Summer Institute, and taught at Simpson College. Some of her notable publications include "Experiences of Academically Dismissed Black and Latino/a Law Students: Stereotype Threat, Fight or Flight Coping Mechanisms, Isolation and Feelings of Systemic Betrayal" and "Emotional Intelligence: A Valuable Tool For Traditional And Non-Traditional Leaders." Lain is a recipient of the Best Qualitative Research Poster Award (from the Iowa Educational Research and Evaluation Association Annual Conference) and the True Blue Award for Excellence in Learning, Integrity, and Citizenship.
PhD Candidate and Research Program Officer, University of Sydney
Erin Madden is a PhD Candidate and Research Project Officer at The Matilda Centre, University of Sydney. Her work focuses on translating mental health and substance use research into practice.
Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh
Dr. McCreary’s primary research interests focus on a “bench to bedside” approach of optimizing pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic principles for antimicrobial utilization and translational antibiotic stewardship initiatives. In less than 18 months at UPMC, she led and implemented stewardship initiatives including: dose-optimization of anti-pseudomonal beta-lactam antibiotics, comprehensive antimicrobial dosing chart by indication, transplant prophylaxis guideline updates, novel necrotizing skin and soft tissue infection pathway, evaluation and assessment of beta-lactam allergy pathway, vancomycin area-under-the-curve-based dosing pharmacokinetic service, and antifungal stewardship.
Dr. McCreary is a pharmacist who serves as the Chair of the UPMC System COVID-19 Therapeutics Committee. She also engages in tele-stewardship with several communities hospitals and rounds with the Presbyterian Shadyside infectious diseases consult services. She specializes in the management of patients infected by drug-resistant and/or fungal pathogens.
Dr. O'Brien is Chair of the Political Science Department at University of Massachusetts Boston.
Lecturer, Liverpool John Moores University
I am a Research Fellow on Doing Porridge: Understanding women’s experiences of food in prison and have recently completed a PhD entitled Performing Neoliberalism: Stories of care, conformity and resistance within contemporary prison theatre.
Prior to commencing my PhD I completed a MA in Applied Theatre and Criminal Justice at the Central School of Speech and Drama and have worked as a freelance arts facilitator in prisons, as well as holding roles delivering relationship based groupwork programmes for the prison advice and care trust.
My research interests include prison theatre, care and care aesthetics, neoliberalism, and gender and imprisonment. I utilise my background as an arts practitioner in both my methods and dissemination.
Associate Professor of Spanish, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Dr. Erin K. Hogan (University of Maryland Baltimore County) studies contemporary Iberian cultural production with a current interest in the uses of comedy and satire for social justice. Her book, Patriarchy’s Remains: An Autopsy of Iberian Cinematic Dark Humor, is forthcoming from McGill-Queens University Press in 2024. Dr. Hogan is also the author of The Two cines con niño: Genre and the Child Protagonist in Over Fifty Years of Spanish Film (1955-2010) (Edinburgh University Press 2018), which utilizes the metaphor of ventriloquism to examine control of the voice and body of the child protagonist dummy, and numerous articles.
Assistant Professor of Earth, Ocean & Environment, University of South Carolina
Erin is an Assistant Professor in the School of the Earth, Ocean and Environment at the University of South Carolina. She earned a BS in Physics at the University of Notre Dame and a PhD in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Cornell University. She is a quantitative marine ecologist that uses statistical, demographic and spatial models to understand how marine species respond to environmental processes. Many of Erin's research projects focus on human impacts to threatened or economically valuable species. Erin also serves on the Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (JEDI) committee for The Oceanography Society and edits a quarterly JEDI column in Oceanography magazine.
Master's Student in Clinical Psychology, University of British Columbia
Originally from Nova Scotia, Erin (she/her/hers) graduated with an Honours degree in Psychology from Dalhousie University in 2020. She is now a graduate student in the Clinical Psychology program at The University of British Columbia. Erin is supervised by Dr. Samantha Dawson and works out of the Sexuality and Well-being Lab. Erin’s research focuses on discovering novel methods for improving couples’ sexual and romantic realtionships as they transition to parenthood (i.e., pregnancy and the postpartum) and beyond. Erin is also a Cohort Member of the Guiding Interdisciplinary Research on Cis- and Transgender Women and Girls’ Health and Well-being Program and the Senior Student Representative for Canadian Sex Research Forum.
Senior Research Fellow at the Active Travel Academy, University of Westminster
Ersilia Verlinghieri is a Senior Research Fellow at the Active Travel Academy, University of Westminster and a Senior Researcher in Urban Mobility at the Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford. Since 2012, her work focuses on developing theoretical and methodological approaches to issues of social and environmental justice in transport. Her research has a specific focus on participatory planning and research methodologies and in analysing the contribution of grassroots actors in reshaping transport policy and planning. Between 2016 – 2020 she was also the Coordinator of the Global Challenges in Transport Programme, which brings together practitioners, campaigners, and academics to discuss the future of transport.
Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Accounting, Newcastle University
David’s research interests include capital markets research, sustainability and social responsibility accounting, corporate finance, corporate governance, R&D investment & innovation, and interdisciplinary research.
His publications have appeared in journals, such as Journal of Economic Behaviour & Organization, Energy Economics, International Review of Financial Analysis, Finance Research Letters, Business Strategy and the Environment, International Review of Economics and Finance, International Journal of Human Resource Management, International Journal of Hospitality Management, Global Finance Journal, Journal of Cleaner Production, Corporate Social Responsibility & Environmental Management, Journal of Contemporary Accounting & Economics, International Journal of Managerial Finance, Journal of Accounting in Emerging Economies, and Science, Technology and Society.
Reader, Aberystwyth University
I am a historian of early modern Wales, with special interests in religion, culture and society. I have published extensively on eighteenth-century Wales in particular, but have also worked on print culture in Wales more broadly and on early Welsh Nonconformity. Other interests include the history of crime and of landownership, especially in south-west Wales. I am the editor of Ceredigion, the journal of the Ceredigion Historical Society. I am also a member of a number of editorial boards, including for 'Studies in Welsh History' for the University of Wales Press.
Senior Lecturer in Accounting, La Trobe University
Dr Esin Ozdil is a passionate accounting educator and researcher at the Department of Accounting, Data Analytics, Economics & Finance of La Trobe Business School. She has a track record of subject coordinating and teaching professionally accredited accounting subjects and providing a positive, accessible, inclusive and engaging learning experience to a diverse cohort of students.
Her interdisciplinary research focuses on public sector and management accounting, strategic management, organisational change, accounting education, and ethical qualitative accounting, published in prominent peer-reviewed accounting journals recognised by the Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) and Web of Science (WoS).
Chancellor's Fellow - Journalism, Media and Communication, University of Strathclyde
I specialise in the critical analysis of gender, race and digital media/technology. My current research examines this intersection from the perspective of digital justice and equality, looking A.I., smart tech, social media and other technopractices in everyday life that oppress, marginalise and disadvantage minority groups. My most recent books include: 'Digital Disengagement: Covid-19, Digital Justice and the Politics of Refusal' (2023)(w/ A Kuntsman and S Martin); 'Paradoxes of Digital Disengagement: In Search of the Opt-out button' (2022)(w/ A Kuntsman); and 'The Gendered Motorcycle: Representations in Society, Media and Popular Culture" (2018). I am have a forthcoming book on digital identities and virtuality (Routledge).
Beyond publications, I am currently a member of OFCOM's Making Sense of Media Research Working Group, and have also been part of the Scottish Government's Independent Expert Group, working on the Unlocking the Value of Scotland's Public Sector Personal Data Programme (2022-23). My articles have appeared in international media outlets such as The New York Times and Newsweek Japan, and have appeared on BBC 10 o'clock News, BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio Scotland to discuss issues around technology and/or gender.
PhD student, Sociology, Western University
Estefania Reyes is a Ph.D. student in Sociology at Western University. She also holds a Master's degree in Media, Gender and Social Justice from the University of Leicester. Her research is centred around the intersection of gender, body politics, and feminist activism, specifically focusing on menstrual justice and sexuality.
Associate Director of Community Outreach in Thoracic Oncology, University of Miami
Dr. Estelamari Rodriguez is Associate Director of Community Outreach and member of the Lung Cancer Site Disease Group of the NCI-designated Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. She is a board certified in medical oncology and hematology. She has a special interest in the early detection of lung cancer and increasing access to clinical trials.
Dr. Rodriguez received her bachelors degree from Columbia College and her medical degree from State University of New York (SUNY) Downstate College of Medicine. She completed her internal medicine residency at Columbia University’s New York-Presbyterian Hospital and her medical oncology fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Rodriguez also has a master’s degree in Public Health from the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain. She has given numerous lectures as invited speaker on issues related to lung cancer and healthcare disparities.
Adjunct Instructor, American University School of International Service
Esther Brito is completing a PhD at the American University School of International Service. Beyond this, she has a Master’s in Gender, Peace, and Security from the London School of Economics, specializing in genocide and women’s rights. She is a Junior Fellow in the War, Conflict & Global Migration think tank of the Global Research Network, and the author of the book "Cities and Governance: The Rise of Cities as Global Actors". She serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the IVolunteer International Writers Council, the Education Director of ITSS Verona, and was previously a Global Shaper within The World Economic Forum.
Lecturer in Economics, University of Technology Sydney
Esther Mirjam Girsberger is a lecturer in economics at the University of Technology Sydney and an IZA research affiliate.
Esther Mirjam's research covers a wide range of topics in labour and development economics. She studies labour markets in West Africa and she has investigated vocational education systems and public policies like parental leave schemes in high-income countries. Her research has been published in leading economics journals such as Labour Economics, Journal of Comparative Economics and Applied Economics.
Researcher, Hate & Extremism Insights Aotearoa, University of Auckland, Waipapa Taumata Rau
Senior Lecturer, The University of Melbourne
Eu-Jin is a prize-winning researcher and an academic lawyer with practical experience in the areas of taxation law, commercial law and the law as it relates to government. He has practised at what is now a 'Silver Circle' firm, and has been consulted by members of the Bar (including His Majesty’s Counsel for the State of Victoria) in relation to various matters, in addition to having addressed the Full Court of the Supreme Court of Victoria as Counsel.
Eu-Jin is a leader in the legal profession as a former Chair of the Administrative Review and Constitutional Law Committee at the Law Institute of Victoria, and as a member of the Administrative Law Specialist Accreditation Advisory Committee, Technology and Innovation Section Executive Committee, Taxation and Revenue Committee, State Taxes Committee and Executive Committee of the Administrative Law and Human Rights Section at the Institute, the peak professional body for Victorian lawyers which provides input to the Federal and Victorian governments on the initiation, design and implementation of various policies.
A Fellow of the Taxation Institute of Australia, Chartered Tax Adviser and an Accredited Specialist in Administrative Law, Eu-Jin is a former Editor of one of Australia’s leading refereed tax journals (the Journal of Australian Taxation, which appears to have been cited by courts in Australia more than any other Australian tax journal) and he has sat on the Editorial Board of the Melbourne University Law Review, Australia’s most cited law journal and the world’s second most cited general law journal published outside the United States of America. Eu-Jin has also been an external editor for the Law Institute Journal (the Victorian legal profession’s journal of record), and was commissioned by publisher LexisNexis Butterworths to update the ‘Income and Assessable Income’ chapter in the Taxation and Revenue title of the encyclopaedia Halsbury’s Laws of Australia, one of the two foremost legal encyclopaedias in Australia.
With formal qualifications in university teaching, Eu-Jin has taught in Australia and overseas and at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. He created and coordinated the Australian Constitutional Law course that was offered by the College of Law of England and Wales to overseas lawyers seeking admission in Australia, and is an Associate External Academic Advisor to the School of Law at the City University of Hong Kong and an Adjunct Lecturer in Business Law and Taxation at Monash University. In addition to being a multiple recipient of the Dean's Certificate for Excellence in Graduate Teaching (or its equivalent), Eu-Jin was the first to introduce the Research Skill Development framework to teaching at The University of Melbourne, a framework that describes and informs the coherent, explicit and efficient development of student research skills. He has been described by students as ‘a great teacher’ and ‘one of the best lecturers in the faculty’.
Eu-Jin has published widely in peer-reviewed journals (a number of which are A*-ranked), and has had papers presented at numerous refereed academic conferences domestically and overseas. He has also been successful in obtaining faculty and nationally competitive research funds, and has appeared on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Radio Melbourne and Lateline programmes. Eu-Jin's research has been cited during proceedings in Parliament, by the highest court in Australia, by other academics (locally and overseas, including in The Routledge Companion to Financial Accounting Theory and The Routledge Companion to Accounting History), by The Australian Financial Review, and by the late Justice Graham Hill, who was widely regarded as the leading tax judge in Australia before his Honour's passing.
Professor in Theoretical Physics, King's College London
I am a Professor of Theoretical Physics at King's College London.
Senior Research Assistant Law Health Justice, University of Technology Sydney
Eugenia Tsihlis is a Senior Research Assistant within the Law stream of the UTS Ageing Research Collaborative. Her key focus areas are access to legal services for older people, the prevention of elder abuse and the evolving regulatory landscape of the aged care sector. Prior to joining UTS, Eugenia worked as a lawyer in Wills and Estates. She has also held the Young Lawyer Representative position on the Elder Law, Capacity and Succession Committee of the Law Society of NSW.
Senior Lecturer in Economics and Finance, University of Portsmouth
EY is a dedicated economist with a passion for exploring the dynamic fields of monetary policy, digital currency, and fintech. To learn more about her work and research, please visit her website at https://sites.google.com/site/eyohphd/home. Alternatively, you can follow her on Twitter (@eyoh_economics) to stay up-to-date with her latest insights and perspectives in the world of economics and finance.
Lecturer, School of Education, Auckland University of Technology
I am a lecturer in the School of Education, AUT. I work in Initial Teacher Education, educating pre-service teachers to become part of the profession. My research interests are relate to intersectional experiences of (not) belonging, and spaces of transformation. I also look at the role of social media in the lives of young people.
Eunice Goes holds a PhD in Government from the London School of Economics and Political Science(2002), a M.A. in Politics from the University of Warwick (1997) and a B.A. in International Relations from Lusíada University (Lisbon, Portugal, 1994).
Dr Goes has taught politics and researched at different British and American universities based in London, namely the LSE, the Royal Holloway College of the University of London, UCL, Ithaca College, amongst others.
Dr Goes research interests lie in the areas of British politics, European politics, democracy, the interplay between the media and political institutions, the role of ideas in policy-making and multicultural citizenship. She has written about British politics and the Eurozone crisis. Currently she is currently writing a book on the Labour Party under Ed Miliband which will be published in 2015 by Manchester University Press.
In parallel with her academic career, she has worked as a journalist. She started her journalistic career at “Diário Económico”, the Portuguese equivalent of the Financial Times in August of 1993 as a foreign news correspondent, and between 1996 and 2007 she was the London correspondent to the Portuguese reference newspapers “Diário de Notícias” (until 2001) and “Expresso” (from 2001 until 2007). Dr Goes has contributed with articles to “The Independent”, www.opendemocracy.com. She collaborates with the BBC and is a regular guest on the BBC News program “Dateline London”, and on the “World Today”, broadcasted by the BBC World Service.
She is a Visiting Research Fellow at the Portuguese Institute of International Relations (www.ipri.pt)
Research Associate Professor of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Vermont
Dr. Lini Wollenberg received her B.S. (1980) MSc (1986) and PhD (1991) degrees from the University of California, Berkeley, USA.
Lini is currently Flagship Leader for Low Emissions Agriculture for Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) and Research Associate Professor at the Gund Institute for Ecological Economics and Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Vermont. She was previously the Director of the Center for Sustainable Agriculture at the University of Vermont (2007-2009); Principle Scientist at the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) (1994-2005); and Program Officer for Asia’s Rural Poverty and Resources Program at the Ford Foundation (1991-1994). Lini is a member of the Forest, Trees and Livelihoods editorial board.
Lini’s areas of expertise include mitigation, local governance, environment and rural livelihoods, community-based forest management, participatory action research and adaptive collaborative management. She has worked primarily in Asia, especially Indonesian Borneo.
Lini has produced over 60 publications and assisted in more than 85 publications of research partners.