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Julia Dobrowolski

Research Assistant, Telfer School of Management, L’Université d’Ottawa/University of Ottawa
Julia is a recent graduate from the MSc Health Systems program at the Telfer School of Management currently working as a qualitative research assistant.

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Julia Hirst

Professor of Sexualities & Sexual Health, Sheffield Hallam University
My background lies in education, sociology and health. My research and teaching concerns health, wellbeing and education, with specific interest in sexualities, sexual health and gender, relationships and sexualities education, young people and qualitative research methodologies. This work is informed by theories of power, sex and the body.

Current projects (research, conferences etc) focus on sex-positive relationships and sex education (RSE); perceptions of anal sex; teaching about sexuality, gender & power at arms length through historical materials; RSE for the post-secular classroom; and loneliness and young people.

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Julia Kontak

PhD student, School of Health, Dalhousie University
Julia Kontak is a PhD in Health student at Dalhousie University. Julia’s current research focuses on Health Promoting Schools, youth engagement and knowledge translation. She also works as a Research Associate at UpLift, a School-Community-Partnership that aims to catalyze and support Health Promoting Schools efforts across Nova Scotia, Canada. Prior to pursuing her PhD, Julia completed her MA in Health Promotion at Dalhousie University and worked at two leading health research organizations in Nova Scotia. Most recently, Julia held the position of the Knowledge Translation Coordinator at the Maritime SPOR Support Unit for four years.

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Julia Kulkova

Adjunct professor, University of Turku

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Julia Kuzovkina

Professor of Horticulture, University of Connecticut
Dr. Kuzovkina teaches courses related to ornamental and environmental horticulture. Her research focuses on development of new crops and phytoremediation, a process that uses various types of plants to remove, transfer, stabilize, and/or destroy contaminants in the soil and groundwater.

Professional Positions & Education
August 2017: Professor, Department of Plant Science, University of Connecticut
August 2011: Associate Professor of Ornamental Horticulture, University of Connecticut
August 2005: Assistant Professor of Ornamental Horticulture, University of Connecticut
1999 – 2003: Ohio State University, Ph.D. in Horticulture
1988 – 1990: Moscow State University, M.S. Botany
1985 – 1988: Moscow State University, B.S. Botany

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Julia Milner

Professeure de leadership, EDHEC Business School
Prof. Julia Milner est professeure de leadership à l'EDHEC Business School en France et animatrice de la chaîne YouTube sur les vibes positives au travail, axée sur la diversification du leadership. Ses conférences Tedx et ses vidéos YouTube ont enregistré plus d'un demi-million de vues.

Chaîne YouTube : https://www.youtube.com/@prof.juliamilner8941

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Julia Morgan

Associate Professor in Public Health and Wellbeing, University of Greenwich
Julia's primary research interests are around social justice and inequality; children and young people's health and well-being; maternal and women's health; rural/remote global health and community development; neuro-diversity; and nomadic peoples. She is the co-editor of the following book: 'Social Science Perspectives on Global Public Health' published by Routledge in 2023 and is currently working on an edited book for Routledge called 'Comparative Perspectives on Health and Social Care Policy and Practice across OECD countries' which will be published in 2024.

Selected Publications

Morgan, J., (2023). Exploring women’s experiences of diagnosis of ADHD in adulthood: a qualitative study. Advances in Mental Health. https://doi.org/10.1080/18387357.2023.2268756

Morgan, J & Leeson, C. (2023). Stigma, Outsider Status and Mothers in Prison. Journal of Family Issues. https://doi.org/10.1177/0192513X231162975

Morgan, J., McDonagh, C & Acton, T., (2023). Outsider Status and Racialised Habitus: the Experiences of Gypsy, Roma, and Traveller Students in Higher Education. British Journal of Sociology of Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/01425692.2023.2167702

Morgan, J & Sengedorj, T., (2023) Implementing early childhood education for nomadic children and families in Mongolia: the perspectives of early childhood practitioners. Children and Youth Services Review. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2023.106848

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Julia Morris

Assistant Professor of International Studies, University of North Carolina Wilmington
I am a political anthropologist and migration studies scholar whose research focuses on migration governance regimes. I have conducted fieldwork into the impacts of asylum externalization in Nauru, Christmas Island, Jordan, and Guatemala. My book, Asylum and Extraction in the Republic of Nauru, is forthcoming with Cornell University Press.

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Julia Rohr

Research Scientist, Harvard University
Julia K. Rohr is a Research Scientist at the Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies and Project Director of the HAALSA study. She holds a PhD in Epidemiology from Boston University and has research expertise in HIV, infectious disease, and women's health.

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Julia Szabo

PhD Candidate in Sociology, Rice University
Julia Szabo is a PhD candidate in sociology at Rice University and a former middle school teacher. Her research examines how lived experiences, structural inequality, and spatial contexts influence schooling decisions.

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Julia Toppin

Lecturer, Music Business, University of Westminster
Julia Toppin is Lecturer in Music Enterprise and Entrepreneurship at the University of Westminster. Julia lectures across Foundation, BA and MA music business courses. Julia writes about the history of Jungle and women in Jungle Drum and Bass. Julia has a chapter in 21st Century Black British Music edited by Monique Charles and Mary Gani. She is a contributor to the new version of Brian Belle Fortune’s All Crews – Journeys Through Jungle Drum and Bass, and has written for DJ Mag, Disco Pogo, The Quietus, and Beatportal. Julia tweets @Miss_Toppin and broadcasts on Repeater Radio about popular culture (New Nationwide Project) and Jungle Drum and Bass (Conscious Lyrics). Her memoire, Miles To Go, will be published by Repeater Books in 2025.

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Julia Wester

Lecturer in Ecosystem Science and Policy, University of Miami
Julia Wester is a lecturer and Associate Director of the undergraduate program in Ecosystem Science and Policy. She completed her master’s at Oxford in conservation biology and management before working on state policy as a legislative aide in the Florida Senate. She then completed her Ph.D. at the Abess Center studying how emotions and norms shape attitudes toward water recycling and related policy development. She has collaborated on projects funded by the Save Our Seas Foundation and National Geographic Explorer to study human-wildlife interactions in south Florida and the southern Caribbean. Her current research focuses on stakeholder engagement and local policy, mostly around Miami and Biscayne Bay.

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Julia Wuerz

Clinical Assistant Professor of Small Animal Clinical Sciences, University of Florida
Following graduation from the University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002, Dr. Wuerz practiced in a small animal, private practice in Gainesville, Florida for 4 years before returning to UF as a faculty member with Primary Care and Dentistry. She has grown her primary care knowledge to include alternative medicine techniques, while continuing to advance as a primary care and advanced dentistry provider. In addition to clinical work, Dr. Wuerz helped to establish the UF College of Veterinary Medicine Clinical Skills Laboratory and associated clinical skills curriculum. She works to build new models for students to be able to learn and practice technical skills, such as blood draws and palpation, without the use of live animals. She also contributes to student clinical exposure and community support by helping with a monthly after hours student clinic, Pets Are Wonderful Support (PAWS). During this clinic, she is able to work with veterinary students from all four years with both Western medicine and integrative medicine cases.

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Julia D. Mahoney

Professor of Law, University of Virginia
Julia D. Mahoney teaches courses in property, government finance, constitutional law and nonprofit organizations. A graduate of Yale Law School, she joined the University of Virginia faculty as an associate professor in 1999 and is now John S. Battle Professor of Law. She has also taught at the University of Southern California Law School and the University of Chicago Law School, and before entering the legal academy, practiced law at the New York firm Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz. Her scholarly articles include works on land preservation, eminent domain, health care reform and property rights in human biological materials.

The courses she teaches include Property, Constitutional Law, Feminism and the Free Market, and Nonprofit Organizations.

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Julia K. Baum

Professor of Biology, University of Victoria
Trained as an ecologist and marine conservation biologist, I am now a Professor of Biology and a Pew Fellow in Marine Conservation at the University of Victoria, BC, Canada.

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Julian Barling

Distinguished Professor and Borden Chair of Leadership, Smith School of Business, Queen's University, Ontario
I received all my university education in the Department of Psychology at WITS University in Johannesburg, South Africa.

He is the author of "Brave new workplace: Designing productive, healthy and safe organizations" (2023). You can find more information about the book here: https://global.oup.com/academic/product/brave-new-workplace-9780190648107?cc=ca&lang=en&

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Julian de Medeiros

PhD Candidate in International Relations, University of Kent

Julian de Medeiros is a PhD candidate and Assistant Lecturer in Politics & IR at the University of Kent. He is Editor and Columnist at 'Independent Turkey'. His writing appears frequently in Open Democracy.

Julian writes about paranoid politicians, (fictitious) conspiracies, and Turkish/Brazilian Politics. He is currently finishing a book (I.B. Tauris 2017) explaining why politicians benefit from conspiracy. The book analyzes the Gezi Protests and argues that, contrary to popular belief, politicians are the real champions of conspiracy theory.

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Julian Dobson1

Senior Research Fellow, Sheffield Hallam University
I am a researcher on place, space and public policy, working with the Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research at Sheffield Hallam University. My PhD examined sustainability transitions and institutional change, and I worked with the Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of Sheffield on green space and wellbeing. Outside academia, I have been a journalist and consultant, specialising in UK community regeneration. I am the author of How to Save Our Town Centres (Policy Press, 2015) and co-editor of Urban Crisis, Urban Hope (Anthem, 2020) and Naturally Challenged (Springer Nature, 2020).

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Julián Fernández

Researcher at Instituto Clodomiro Picado, Universidad de Costa Rica
Julián obtained a Lic. in microbiology and clinical chemistry from Universidad de Costa Rica (2007), followed by an MSc in the Graduate Program in Microbiology, Parasitology, and Clinical Chemistry at UCR (2010), and a PhD from the Graduate Program in Biosciences and Biotechnology at Università di Padova (UNIPD), in Italy (2014). Currently, he is a researcher at Instituto Clodomiro Picado at UCR, where he studies the proteomic composition of snake venoms and mechanisms of action of snake toxins. Julián has participated in studies involving the proteomic composition of the venoms from multiple species of snakes, as well as in the isolation, sequencing and characterization of novel proteins from various Costa Rican snake venoms.

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Julian Hoerner

Lecturer, Department of Political Science and International Studies, University of Birmingham
Julian Hoerner is Lecturer in Politics at POLSIS. His research focuses on the interaction of electoral behaviour and political institutions in shaping representation, accountability, and the quality of democracy in Europe. He also has an interest in the politics and policies of the European Union and the impact of historical legacies on contemporary politics. Before joining POLSIS, Julian was a Senior Research Analyst covering the European Union and Germany at the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office and a Fellow in European Politics and Public Policy at the LSE.

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Julian Meyrick

Dr Julian Meyrick is Strategic Professor Creative Arts at Flinders University.

The son of an English father and Australian mother, Julian studied politics and economics at Exeter University. He took an MA in theatre directing in the US and was later Associate Director and Literary Adviser at Melbourne Theatre Company. He has a PhD in the history of Australian theatre and was a Research Fellow at La Trobe University.

He is a co-editor of Australasian Drama Studies, a member of the Currency House Editorial Board and Artistic Counsel for the State Theatre Company of South Australia. He is a regular media commentator on matters of Australian theatre and Australian cultural policy.

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Julian Murphet

Jury Professor of English and Language and Literature, University of Adelaide
My research concentrates on the interface between literature and other media, on the history of US literature, and on the ethical dimension of cinema.

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Julian Owen

Lecturer in Sport & Exercise Physiology, Bangor University
After several years of working as an applied sport scientist within various performance pathways and professional sports, I gained my PhD from Bangor University and have since led several research projects within the field of sport and exercise medicine. My main research interests lie in sport injury epidemiology and the prevention and diagnosis of sport-related brain injury, with a particular emphasis on the community rugby union setting. In addition, I contribute to research focusing on talent and long-term athlete development predominantly in rugby union.

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Julian Schrader

Lecturer in Plant Ecology, Macquarie University
I am a vegetation ecologist with a special interest in plant functional ecology, biogeography, and conservation biology. I work as a Lecturer at Macquarie University. I have a broad interest in ecological research spanning from plant adaptations of single species to community assembly processes and patterns of biodiversity at a global scale.

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Juliana Segura-Salazar

Research Fellow, The University of Queensland
Juliana is a Research Fellow at the Sustainable Minerals Institute at The University of Queensland. Her research focuses on improving the sustainability and circularity of mining operations through innovation.

Juliana is a Chemical Engineer from Universidad del Valle (Colombia); she holds a Master of Science and a PhD in Metallurgical Engineering from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). Juliana worked as a Research Assistant at Imperial College London in the Horizon 2020 IMPaCT project (2019-2020) and currently holds an Honorary Research Associate position at this institution.

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Juliana Zabatiero

Research Fellow, Curtin University
Juliana is a Research Fellow and Lecturer in the Curtin School of Allied Health, a Chief Investigator in the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child and a co-lead of the Australian Children of the Digital Age (ACODA) longitudinal study. Her research focuses on young children's digital technology use, physical activity and sedentary behaviours, and health outcomes. Her research has involved both qualitative and quantitative methods, and she has particular interest in longitudinal studies.

Juliana has expertise on assessment of digital technology use, physical activity, sedentary behaviour and physical health outcomes. Her research has involved assessment of digital technology use by young children and their families, exploration of people's perspectives around digital technology use, promotion of physical activity, longitudinal investigation of physical activity and sedentary behaviour using activity monitors, as well as how digital technology use practices and physical activity behaviours influence different health outcomes.

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Juliana López Marulanda

Enseignante chercheuse en éthologie, Université Paris Nanterre – Université Paris Lumières
Depuis 2008 Juliana López Marulanda s’intéresse a l’écologie et le comportement des cétacés. Elle possède de solides compétences dans la collecte de données acoustiques et comportementales chez les mammifères marins. Elle a participé à un projet de recherche sur le comportement de pêche des dauphins de Guyane (Sotalia guianensis) au Brésil pendant ses études de premier cycle. De retour dans son pays natal, elle a cofondé et dirigé une organisation à but non lucratif en Colombie (www.macuaticos.org) pour la conservation des mammifères marins. Elle a conçu et développé un projet de recherche pour diagnostiquer la composition taxonomique, la distribution spatiale, la structure sociale et les menaces de conservation de la communauté des mammifères marins dans le golfe de Tribuga, dans le Pacifique Nord colombien. De ce projet, il a acquis les compétences nécessaires pour concevoir et gérer des expériences sur le terrain. Au cours de sa première année de maîtrise, il a étudié les changements dans la fréquence respiratoire des globicéphales noirs (Globicephala macrorhynchus) par rapport au bruit sous-marin et a constaté que les changements respiratoires chez cette espèce ne semblent pas être un bon indicateur du stress. Au cours de sa deuxième année de maîtrise, elle a étudié la perception sensorielle des grands dauphins (Tursiops truncatus) captifs et a trouvé des preuves de magnétoréception en détectant des champs magnétiques expérimentaux (Kremers et al., 2014). Au cours de son doctorat, elle a étudié la communication chez les grands dauphins à l'Institut de Neurosciences Paris-Saclay encadrée par le Pr. Olivier Adam et le Dr. Fabienne Delfour. Elle a analysé la production des sifflements des dauphins captifs en relation a ces séances de training et elle a trouvé une augmentation significative des sifflements après les interactions avec les humains (Lopez-Marulanda et al., 2016). Elle a participé au développement d’un système d’enregistrement audio-vidéo appellé BaBeL, que consiste a 4 hydrophones et une caméra 360º. Ce système permet la localization du dauphin emetteur d’un son et ainsi permet faire le lien entre la production sonore et les observations comportementales. Le système BaBeL a ete testé avec des dauphins en liberté (Lopez-Marulanda et al., 2017) et avec des dauphins captifs (Lopez-Marulanda et al., 2019) en plusieurs delphinariums d’Europe. Actuellement elle est enseignante-chercheuse temporaire à l'université de Paris Nanterre dans le Laboratoire de Éthologie Cognition et Développement (LECD).

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Juliana S. Oliveira

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Physical Activity, University of Sydney
Juliana’s postdoctoral research focuses on physical activity interventions to prevent falls in middle-aged and older people. She currently coordinates a large MRFF-funded trial evaluating the effect of a physical activity intervention among middle-aged women.

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Juliane Proelss

Associate Professor Finance, Concordia University
Professor Dr. Juliane Proelss studied business administration at Katholische Universität Eichstaett-Ingolstadt in Ingolstadt, and completed a postgraduate diploma in commerce at Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand. In 2009 she completed a doctorate at European Business School (EBS) in Oestrich-Winkel with a thesis entitled “Strategy Optimization for Alternative Investments”. During her doctorate, she worked as research assistant at the PFI Private Finance Institute / EBS Finance Academy in Oestrich-Winkel and was responsible for consulting projects as well as the conception of executive education programs. Furthermore, she gained teaching experience in trainings for the executive education. She was awarded the titles of Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA), Certified Financial Planner (CFP), Certified Foundation and Estate Planner (CFEP).

In 2009 Juliane Proelss joined the Risk Management Department of Santander Consumer Finance, Mönchengladbach and was responsible for credit analysis and refinancing. In 2012 Juliane Proelss was appointed professor in business administration specialized in financial management at Trier University of Applied Sciences. In January 2015 she joined Concordia University, Montreal as assistant professor in finance. She published several articles in the field of modern financing instruments and corporate finance in renowned journals and books. Her innovative research ideas received competitive research grants from e.g. the Fonds de Recherche du Québec -Société et Culture (FRQSC) and the Education of Good Governance Fund of Autorité des Marchés Financiers of about $200,000. Juliane Proelss is teaching in BSc and MSc university level as well as in executive education programs.

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Juliane I. Beier

Assistant Professor of Medicine and Environmental Health, Member of Pittburgh Liver Research Center, University of Pittsburgh
Dr. Beier's research focus is on environmental vinyl chloride exposure in the context of existing underlying liver disease. Clearly high occupational exposure to vinyl chloride is directly hepatotoxic; what is less well clear is the impact of lower environmental exposure on exacerbating existing liver disease. Given the fact that a significant portion of the population has risk factors for liver disease (most commonly, obesity), and that 30% of the US population has elevated indices of liver damage, any potential impact of low environmental exposure could be dramatic. Our findings indicate that indeed vinyl chloride will exacerbate liver damage caused by another factor. This work shifts the paradigm of current risk assessment for not only this compound, but any other environmental agent that may potentially damage the liver.

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Julie Arbit

Researcher at the Center for Social Solutions, University of Michigan
Julie Arbit’s research centers on pursuing equity in systems governing food, water, housing, and more. These interests stem from research experience with rural development, alternative food systems, geospatial modeling, and urban stormwater design. During a fellowship with the Midwest Big Data Hub, she focused on ecosystem services and environmental justice along the Rouge River in Detroit.

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Julie Booke

Associate Professor in Health and Physical Education/Sport and Recreation Management, Mount Royal University
I have a Bachelor of Recreation Studies and a Master of Arts focusing on Wilderness Education for Youth at Risk, both from the University of Manitoba. I completed my PhD in Educational Research focusing on Workplace and Adult Learning from the University of Calgary. My research interests focus on behavior (bullying, respect) in sport, and university instruction.

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Julie Cederbaum

Associate Professor of Social Work, University of Southern California
Julie Cederbaum is an associate professor in the Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work. Her work focuses on the impact of childhood adversity and family processes on the well-being of youth. Using a dyad and family systems lens, her research explores the strengths and challenges experienced by diverse families, and ways in which parenting processes and behaviors (i.e. parent–child communication, parental monitoring, parent–child relationship, and parental role modeling) and positively influence mental health, reproductive health, and substance use behaviors in children, adolescents and young adults.

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Julie Coetzee

Researcher, Rhodes University
I research the ecology and management of aquatic invasive plants

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Julie Copelyn

Senior lecturer, University of Cape Town
Julie Copelyn is a paediatric infectious diseases subspecialist. She received her MBBS from the University of
Sydney in 2007, before returning home to South Africa. She holds an MSc in Paediatrics and Child Health (Global
Health) from University College London and is a member of the founding committee of Young WSPID. Her interests include paediatric HIV and TB, vaccine preventable illnesses and antimicrobial stewardship.

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