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Rebecca Shepherd

Senior Lecturer in Anatomy, University of Bristol
I am a Senior Lecturer in Anatomy at Bristol School of Anatomy, Bristol University. My PhD research focussed on the role of bone marrow adipocytes on bone health, and my current research continues on this theme to examine and understand the extracellular matrix of bone tissue in health and disease.

The second theme of my research, in collaboration with the Worldwide Wildlife Fund Hong-Kong, is developing the technique of Raman spectroscopy as a non-destructive tool for identifying ivory species at customs to aid with enforcement of elephant ivory trade bans. This project aims to use small differences in the biochemistry of the tusks of different species to enable rapid identification of the species.

I previously worked as a Lecturer in Anatomy at Lancaster Medical School, where I was responsible for delivering anatomy and histology teaching to undergraduate medical students. I initially studied Biomedical Science at Lancaster University, before working as a Health and Care Professions Council registered Biomedical Scientist in the NHS. I returned to university to complete my PhD, funded by an Anatomical Society Studentship. I enjoy science communication and public engagement, and I have performed ‘academic’ stand up comedy on a number of occasions!

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Rebecca Stephenson

Associate Professor of Old English, University College Dublin
My PhD thesis and first book examined the interactions between Latin and English in Early Medieval England, culminating in my monograph The Politics of Language: Byrhtferth, Ælfric, and the Multilingual Identity of the Benedictine Reform. My more recent work has expanded to consider scientific writings produced in the Early Middle ages. I am particularly interested in the fields of medicine and the study of computus, which is the medieval method for calculating time and movable liturgical observances, like Easter. As part of these calculations, medieval writers began calculating the date of the end of the world and the coming apocalypse, and my current book project deals with apocalyptic ideas circulating in England in the late tenth and early eleventh century, a time of active Viking invasion.

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Rebecca TreleaseTrelease

Senior Lecturer in Communication Studies, Auckland University of Technology
Māori Early Career Academic at AUT University.
Research Fellow 2018-2019, Senior Lecturer 2019 - current.

PhD Topic - Four Case Studies in Entertainment Reality Television; Survivor, The Bachelor, The Real Housewives, and American Idol. (AUT, Awarded 2022).

Master of Educational Leadership (AUT, Awarded 2022).

McAlister, J. and Trelease, R. Scandalous romance down under: Becoming and unbecoming a heroine in The Bachelor/ette Australia and The Bachelorette New Zealand. Journal of Popular Romance Studies 12. 2023 (Journal Article)

Trelease, R. The Survivor cross-season narrative and its debt to soap opera. Journal of Popular Culture 54(3):495-514. 2021 (Journal Article)

Johnson, R. and Trelease, R. Glocalization, Hard-won Status and Performative Femininity: A Case Study of The Real Housewives Format. Journal of Asia-Pacific Pop Culture 3(2):324-341. 2018 (Journal Article)

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Rebecca Weber

Associate Professor Library, Oklahoma State University
Rebecca Weber serves as the Education and Teaching Librarian for Oklahoma State University. She holds a Masters of Library and Information Studies from the University of Oklahoma and a Bachelors in English Education from Northwestern Oklahoma State University. She joined the OSU faculty in 2015. Her research interests include the intersection of disability and young adult literature and the impact of librarianship on the student experience.

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Rebecca Wilcoxson

Lecturer in Forensic Psychology, CQUniversity Australia
PhD in forensic psychology, research is focused on lie detection. Unit coordinator and lecturer, forensic psychology at CQUniversity.

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Rebecca Woodrow

PhD Student in Clinical Neurosciences, University of Cambridge
PhD Clinical Neurosciences (2024), University of Cambridge. Funded by Medical Research Council.
MSc Brain Imaging (distinction, 2020), University of Nottingham.
BSc (hons) Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience (first class, 2019), University of Nottingham. Highest graduating student & Award from British Psychological Society for academic excellence

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Rebecca Wynne-Walsh

Dr Rebecca Wynne-Walsh completed her PhD entitled Basque Gothic Cinema (1990-2020): A Regionalist Challenge to the Spanish Model of National Cinema Production and Cultural Identity with Dr Xavier Aldana Reyes at Manchester Metropolitan University. She has now begun her role as lecturer in Film Studies and Production at Edge Hill University. She received her M. Phil in International History from Trinity College Dublin where she previously received her BA in Film Studies and English Literature.

Her research interests include, film studies, cinema history, horror cinema, Gothic studies, cultural studies, Hispanic studies, regionalism, transnationalism, postcolonialism, trauma studies and folklore studies.

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Rebecca J.W. Jefferson

Head of the Isser and Rae Price Library of Judaica, University of Florida
I am the Curator of the Isser and Rae Price Library of Judaica and a Joint Faculty member of the Bud Shorstein Center for Jewish Studies at the University of Florida. In addition to managing and developing the Price Library, I was recently a PI on a National Endowment for the Humanities Challenge Grant, raising a $2 million endowment in support of preserving, collecting, and promoting Jewish heritage materials from Florida, Latin America and the Caribbean. Prior to moving to Florida, I worked as a Research Associate in the Taylor-Schechter Genizah Research Unit, Cambridge University Library. My personal research continues to focus on the history of Hebraica and Judaica library collections, particularly the discovery and distribution of the Cairo Genizah manuscripts. My book on this subject, The Cairo Genizah and the Age of Discovery in Egypt: the History and Provenance of a Jewish Archive, was published by I. B. Tauris in 2022.

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Rebecca L. Bachmann

Lecturer in Accounting, Macquarie University

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Rebecca T. Alpert

Professor of Religion Emerita, Temple University
Rebecca T. Alpert is Professor of Religion Emerita at Temple University. She attended Barnard College before receiving her Ph.D. in religion at Temple University and her rabbinical training at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College in Wyncote, Pennsylvania. She is the co-author of Exploring Judaism: A Reconstructionist Approach, author of Like Bread on the Seder Plate: Jewish Lesbians and the Transformation of Tradition and Whose Torah? A Concise Guide to Progressive Judaism as well as several edited volumes and numerous articles. Her specialization is religion in America, and with a focus on sports, sexuality, and race. She has recently taught courses on religion in American public life; Jews, America and sports, and sexuality in world religions. Out of Left Field: Jews and Black Baseball, was published by Oxford University Press in June 2011. Religion and Sports: An Introduction and Case Studies was published by Columbia University Press in May 2015. An edited anthology with Arthur Remillard, Gods, Games, and Globalization: New Perspectives on Religion and Sport, was published by Mercer University Press in November 2019.

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Rebekah Pickering Wood

Senior Lecturer in Museum and Heritage Studies, Nottingham Trent University
Dr Pickering Wood joined the School of Arts and Humanities at NTU in 2019 and contributes to scholarly activity, module leadership and teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level on BA (Hons) History and MA Museum and Heritage Development. She is also a PhD Supervisor facilitating studies that bridge historical and creative disciplines.

Her academic interests include the development of digital skills and narratives, utilising technology as a tool for enhancing experiential learning and practice, seeking to rethink pedagogical approaches for online-learning. Her background in creative design supports her interest in developing creative assessments approaches within humanities focusing on the use of film, audio and visual methods to showcase historical understanding and interpretation. Dr Pickering Wood also seeks to address the lack of representation of minority groups and working-class narratives within Higher Education disciplines through challenging divisive rhetoric and establishing new approaches to inclusive assessment.

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Rebekah Scotney

Clinical Academic, School of Veterinary Science, The University of Queensland
I graduated from The University of Queensland Gatton Campus in 1994, taking my first position within the School of Veterinary Science in 1994. I am an experienced Veterinary Technical Officer, qualified Veterinary Nurse and Workplace Trainer and Assessor. I have a strong background in animal husbandry and welfare, behaviour, and ethics with more than 25 years' experience in varied animal and veterinary research paradigms. Following 18 years as Manager of the Clinical Studies Centre (CSC) within the School of Veterinary Science, I moved into an academic position and was appointed Academic Program Coordinator for the Bachelor of Veterinary Technology degree at UQ (2013 - 2019). Concurrently, I held the position of Director of the CSC from 2013 – 2018. I teach primarily into the BVetTech and BVSc programs but also contribute to several other animal-related programs at the UQ Gatton Campus. My passion for teaching, and commitment to instil a desire in all students to embrace life-long learning underpins my teaching and mentoring philosophy.

Myspeciality research areas include the psychology of human – animal relationships, animal behaviour and animal-related occupational trauma and healing. Having lived experience of occupational trauma and compassion fatigue, I present extensively in these subject areas as well as in psychological wellbeing and emotional intelligence. Further to presentations, I also provide interactive, thought-provoking seminars and workshops within all sectors of animal-related industries and occupations.

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Rebekah Stein

Assistant Professor of Environmental Science, Quinnipiac University
Rebekah Stein is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry & Physical Sciences at Quinnipiac University. She primarily teaches courses in Environmental Sciences and Natural Sciences. Her research interests are in the interface of the biosphere and atmosphere in times of climate change, including the past, present, and future. She uses biogeochemical tools, including a range of stable and clumped isotopes, to evaluate biological responses to climate stress, and has published a number of articles in reputable journals, from Paleoclimatology & Paleoceanography to PeerJ to JGR Atmospheres. She has received a number of grants and awards to support her research including from the National Science Foundation and Geological Society of America.

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Rebekkah Middleton

Associate Professor, School of Nursing, University of Wollongong
Rebekkah is an experienced academic and researcher in the School of Nursing at the University of Wollongong. Her key focus is person-centred learning, teaching and practice. In particular, Rebekkah has interest in researching person-centred approaches to leadership, facilitation, older people in community, the impact of nature on workforce, and to Nursing curriculum. Understanding how to effectively translate person-centred theory into practice is central to her research.

Rebekkah is recognised for her leadership and person-centred approaches to nursing and education, investing in the future of the nursing profession. She strives to deliver professional, current academic knowledge to nursing students, to role model excellence in nursing skills and knowledge, to demonstrate person-centred leadership qualities and cultivate them in others.

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Reem Abukmeil

Ph.D. Candidate in Agriculture Science (Sensing and automation, Digital agriculture, Precision agriculture), Dalhousie University
I am an ambitious and dedicated data scientist with 10 years of experience, currently undertaking doctoral studies at Dalhousie University in Canada, where I am focusing on applying sensing technology and automation in agriculture. I hold a master’s degree in environmental engineering from Hokkaido University in Japan.

In addition to my academic credentials, I have demonstrated outstanding professional achievements through my work in environmental infrastructure projects in Palestine. I have worked with prestigious international organizations, including the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), where I contributed significantly to the successful completion of various projects.

My extensive experience in the environmental engineering sector has helped me develop a comprehensive understanding of the challenges facing the industry. Data science and automation are my passion, and I am committed to leveraging my skills and knowledge to drive meaningful change and contribute to the advancement of the agricultural industry.

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Reema Harrison

Associate Professor, Macquarie University
Associate Professor Reema Harrison (BSc hons Psychology; MSc Health Psychology; PhD in Psychology of Patient Safety) is a mixed-methods researcher with a strong track record of translational health systems and services research. A/Professor Harrison leads a program of research investigating how increasing stakeholder engagement can contribute to improved healthcare quality, experiences and outcomes. Her work has sought to generate, investigate and evaluate models of care through a lens of diversity, specifically in relation to culturally and linguistically diverse communities and people with intellectual disabilities. With a background in Psychology, A/Professor Harrison has devised and validated tools to evaluate patient and clinician experiences of care in a range of contexts. She has also published on the use and quality of peer support, mentorship and co-design approaches for creating change to enhance healthcare experiences and outcomes.

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Regan Lipes

Extended Sessional Instructor, English and Comparative Literature, MacEwan University
Hi, I'm Regan, and I have taught English and Comparative Literature at MacEwan University since Fall 2017. My research deals with Holocaust literature, Russian-Jewish immigration experiences, and refugee narratives.

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Regiane Garcia

Research Associate, focus on health rights, laws and policies, Simon Fraser University

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Regina Birner

Universityof Hohenheim
Regina Birner is Chair of Social and Institutional Change in Agricultural Development at the University of Hohenheim, Germany. Her research focuses on the political economy of agricultural policy processes and on the role of governance and institutions in agricultural development, with a focus on smallholder farming. Regina Birner is a member of the Advisory Council on Agricultural Policy of the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) and a member of the Advisory Council on Bioeconomy. She has been consulting with international organizations, including the World Bank, FAO and IFAD.

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Regina Featherstone

Social Justice Practitioner in Residence/Senior Lawyer, University of Sydney
Regina Featherstone was a 2023 Social-Justice-Practitioner-in-Residence, University of Sydney and is a Senior Lawyer at the Human Rights Law Centre.

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Regina Vega-Trejo

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Evolutionary Biology, University of Oxford
I am interested in behavioural and evolutionary biology. I am driven to try to understand the evolutionary consequences of environmental and social complexity for different traits including life-history traits, mate choice, and sperm traits.

I am driven to explore new avenues to understand key drivers of the evolution of traits such as behavioural variation and its link to environmental changes and learning abilities. I am also interested in broad questions that can be addressed through meta-analyses. I have always been intrigued by female cryptic choice and how males can modify their sperm to influence their reproductive success.

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Reginas Ndayiragije

Associate researcher, University of Antwerp
Reginas Ndayiragije is an associate researcher and PhD candidate in development studies at the Institute of Development Policy (IOB), University of Antwerpen (Belgium). His research interests are post-conflict institutional design, peace, and conflicts. He is in his fourth year of his PhD. His research outputs can be accessed here: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=hAOjiu8AAAAJ&hl=fr&oi=ao

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Regis Coeurderoy

Professor in Strategic Management and Innovation, ESCP Business School
Regis Coeurderoy is Professor in Strategic Management & Innovation, ESCP Europe. Doctor in management (HEC France) and HDR (French Qualification for Ph.D. Supervisor), he is the Scientific Director of the PhD programme (France). He is past President of the French-speaking strategic management association (AIMS, 2011-2013).

Regis is the author of numerous articles at the crossroads of strategic innovation, entrepreneurship and international business. He has studied, e.g., market strategies by innovators, internationalization processes of New Technology-Based Firms and, more recently, the strategic role of motivational systems on corporate value creation. His research articles are published in international journals like Academy of Management Review, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Business Venturing or Strategic Management Journal.

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Reid Gerbrandt

MA Student, Department of Sociology and Criminology, University of Manitoba
Masters Student with the Department of Sociology and Criminology at the University of Manitoba, with a particular focus in the area of genocide studies.

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Rémi Cardinael

Chercheur en Science du sol et Agronomie, Cirad
Soil scientist and agronomist at CIRAD, currently based at the University of Zimbabwe. Broad interest in complex agroecosystems such as agroforestry systems, conservation agriculture or intercropping. My research activities concern soil organic matter dynamics, carbon stabilization, root turnover, nutrient cycling, climate change mitigation and adaptation, and food security.

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Remy Davison

Jean Monnet Chair in Politics and Economics, Monash University

Dr. Remy Davison is Jean Monnet Chair in Politics and Economics at Monash University. He is a Global Expert for the United Nations, New York, and a former member of the Council on Optimising Government Performance.

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Renata Alexander

Senior Lecturer in Law, Monash University

Dr Renata Alexander has been a permanent senior lecturer with the law faculty since 2000 teaching the Family Law and Practice as well as the Ethics and Negotiation components of the PDLP course. Prior to that she taught undergraduate family law on a sessional basis.

Renata has always been a legal practitioner since admission to the Supreme Court in April 1979. She worked as an in-house family lawyer/solicitor with Victoria Legal Aid from before working as the Deputy Registrar for the Family Court of Australia. Renata then went to the Victorian Bar in November 2002 where she practices on a part-time basis given her teaching and academic commitments.

In 2003, Renata received a Centenary Medal from the Prime Minister for her work in voluntary legal services as she has been a voluntary lawyer with community legal centres since 1975. Furthermore, Renata has also won a PILCH award for similar services.

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Renata Kokanovic

Professor and Lead of Critical Mental Health, Social and Global Studies Centre, RMIT University
Renata is an interdisciplinary scholar working at the intersections of critical mental health studies, critical social theory and medical humanities. She utilises qualitative research methods, with particular expertise in narrative approaches to mental health. She is co-founder and director of Healthtalk Australia, a unique digital archive of mental health narratives, promoting personal narratives of mental health as evidence for improving mental health support in the community.

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Renaud Evrard

Maître de conférences en psychologie, Université de Lorraine
Renaud Evrard est maître de conférences HDR en psychologie à l'Université de Lorraine, et psychologue clinicien au Centre Psychothérapique de Nancy. Il est responsable de l'axe "Psychopathologie clinique et projective" (PsyCliP) du laboratoire Interpsy. Il a co-fondé en 2009 le Centre d'Information, de Recherche et de Consultation sur les Expériences Exceptionnelles.

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René Rohrbeck

Professor of Strategy, Director EDHEC Chair for Foresight, Innovation and Transformation, EDHEC Business School
René Rohrbeck is professor of strategy and director of the chair for foresight, innovation and transformation at the EDHEC Business School, France. He is best known for his pioneering work on future preparedness of organizations.

Having worked in two disrupted industries, automobile and telecommunication, he wanted to understand how leading organizations use foresight to anticipate future markets and develop agile strategies. He has developed the future FITness model, which measures the ability of organizations to use foresight to drive innovation and transformation.

René Rohrbeck is also partner in the Berlin-based consultancy Rohrbeck Heger where he leads the practice on scenario planning and strategy and the industry verticals energy and mobility.

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René van Westen

Postdoctoral Researcher in Climate Physics, Utrecht University
René van Westen, Ph.D., is a postdoctoral researcher in climate physics and an expert in high-resolution climate modeling and AMOC dynamics.

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Renee Bittoun

Conjoint Professor of Nicotine Addiction, Avondale University and, University of Notre Dame Australia
Respiratory Physiologist, 40 years of clinical and academic work in Nicotine Addiction and Smoking Cessation. Started the first "Smokers' Clinic" at St. Vincents Hospital, Sydney in 1979. Started and still Editor in Chief of the Journal of Smoking Cessation now published by Cambridge and Hindawi Press. Invited speaker nationally and internationally on Nicotine Addiction, most recently live in Belgium and The Netherland, September 2022 and webinar lectures in Prague, Czech Republic and Paris, France . Have publications and text books, monographs on management of nicotine addiction.

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Renee Cramer

Professor of Law, Politics and Society, Drake University

Professor Cramer earned her Ph.D. in Politics from New York University in 2001. Her dissertation, an examination of federal acknowledgement for American Indian tribes, was named 2001 Best Dissertation in Race and Ethnicity by the American Political Science Association's section on Race and Ethnicity; it was published in 2005 by University of Oklahoma Press, under the title Cash, Color, and Colonialism: The Politics of Tribal Acknowledgment, and re-released in paperback in 2008.

Since 2004, she has been engaged in ethnographic and participant-observation field work with homebirth midwives, advocates for midwifery, and families who practice non-normative parenting (including homebirth). An article on her fieldwork methodology was published in 2009 by International Journal of Qualitative Research, and she is at work on a book related to midwifery regulation and activism, funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation.

Professor Cramer teaches a wide range of interdisciplinary undergraduate legal studies courses, including Law and Social Change, Reproductive Law and Politics; Critical Race and Feminist Legal Theory; and Contemporary American Indian Law and Politics. She is president of the national Consortium of Undergraduate Law and Justice Studies Programs, is a team leader for Strategic Diversity Action at Drake University, and an open and affirming ally for all students.

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Renee Kam

PhD candidate and research officer, La Trobe University
I am a researcher with a long-standing interest in public health. I am a PhD candidate at La Trobe University conducting breastfeeding research about low milk supply. My supervisors for my research are Professor Lisa Amir and Dr Meabh Cullinane.

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Renee McKibbin

Professor of Economics, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University
Renée McKibbin is a Professor of Economics in the Crawford School of Public Policy.

She is the Co-Director of the Finance and the Macroeconomy research program and the Commodities and the Macroeconomy research program within the Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Research (CAMA), and holds positions in research and forecasting at George Washington University, the US National Centre for Econometric Research; and the Norwegian Centre for Macroeconomic and Petroleum Analysis.

She is also a committee member of the UK-based Money, Macro and Finance (MMF) Research Group, a board member of the Australasian Macroeconomics Society, and is a steering committee member on the University of York Asian Research Network Meeting.

She was associate dean of research of the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific from 2014 to 2018.

Renée is editor of Economic Record, the research journal of the Economic Society of Australia.

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