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Sibel Oktay

Assistant Professor of Political Science and Global Studies, University of Illinois at Springfield

Sibel Oktay's research focuses on the foreign policy decision-making and behavior of coalition governments, primarily in Europe. Other research interests include political leadership and voting behavior within the context of democratic foreign policy, as well as Turkish-EU relations. Her work employs qualitative and quantitative methodologies, particularly comparative case studies, events data and content analysis. Oktay received her Ph.D. and M.A. in Political Science from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. She also holds an M.A. in Political Science and a B.A. in Social and Political Sciences from Sabanci University in Istanbul, Turkey. She was a visiting pre-doctoral fellow at Northwestern University’s Buffett Center for International and Comparative Studies between 2012 and 2014. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in the Journal of European Public Policy and European Political Science. She is the 2013 winner of the Foreign Policy Analysis Section’s Alexander George Award and has been serving for the section as an officer-at-large since 2015.

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Sibonokuhle Ndlovu

Lecturer, University of Johannesburg
I hold a PhD in inclusive education, and my research focus is disability and gender. I am a lecturer at the University of Johannesburg, at Ali Mazrui Centre of higher education.

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Sibulelo Qhogwana

Senior lecturer, University of Johannesburg
Senior Lecturer in the Department of Psychology at the University of Johannesburg, particularly interested in social justice, minorities, and corrections.

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Sibusiso Zuma

Researcher, University of South Africa
Doctor of Literature and Philosophy in Health Studies. Senior Lecturer in Health Services Management previously worked in public health services as a Chief Director Clinical Support Services and Technical Advisor for Primary Health Care to South African Government. Research Area is Health System Strengthening and Quality of Care.

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Siddhant Pusdekar

Graduate Researcher in Ecology, Evolution and Behavior, University of Minnesota
I have a Masters in Neuroscience from King's College London, 2 years of research experience at the Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience, and have been pursuing a PhD in Ecology from the University of Minnesota since 2018. Here, I have worked with my advisor Paloma Gonzalez-Bellido on several projects centered on visually driven hunting behavior in invertebrates

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Sidney Shapiro

Frank U. Fletcher Chair in Law, Wake Forest University
I've written ten books, contributed chapters to sixteen additional books, authored or co-authored over fifty-five articles. I am also the Vice-President and founding member of the Center for Progressive Reform (CPR), a nonprofit research and advocacy organization,Before coming to Wake Forest, I taught at the University of Kansas where I was a distinguished professor. I have also been a distinguished visitor at Oxford University, University of Padua, the law schools at the University of Texas and the University of North Carolina, and the School for Policy and Environmental Affairs (SPEA), University of Indiana, Bloomington.

My latest book, coauthored by Joseph Tomain Dean Emeritus and Wilbert and Helen Ziegler Professor of Law in the University of Cincinnati College of Law, is How Government Built America, forthcoming from Cambridge University Press in June, 2024.

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Sidney Robert Stacey

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioural Neurosciences, McMaster University & Chair Suicide Prevention Community Council of Hamilton, McMaster University
I have held senior management roles in academic health institutions, community hospitals, research institutes and universities in Ontario. I am a Fellow of the Canadian College of Health Care Leaders and a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. I received the Innovation Award from the University of Toronto, Institute for Health Policy Management and Evaluation for my work in launching the Ontario Cancer Research Ethics Board and the Order of Hamilton for advancing suicide prevention initiatives for our city. I was also awarded the Kim Harper Service Award by The Hamilton Academy of Medicine for city-wide suicide prevention work.

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Sien van der Plank

Senior Research Fellow, University of Southampton
Sien van der Plank is currently a Senior Research Fellow within the School of Geography and Environmental Science at the University of Southampton. She has researched environmental management across conservation, political, mining and hazard contexts since 2014. She has been a member of staff in Geography and Environmental Science since 2020.

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Sifiso Ndlovu

Lecturer of Political Science, University of Mpumalanga
Sifiso Ndlovu is political science lecturer at the University of Mpumalanga. She previously held a post-doctoral research fellowship at the Johannesburg Institute for Advanced Studies (JIAS)-University of Johannesburg and Public Affairs Research Institute (PARI). Her PhD project at the University of the Witwatersrand broadly examined intersections and divergences in the articulations of belonging to ethnic identity and nation-building in post-apartheid South Africa in the culturally heterogeneous KwaMhlanga region. She also holds MA in political studies, an honours degree in political studies and a BA in political studies and sociology, all from the University of the Witwatersrand. Her research interests include ethnic identities, particularly Ndebele ethnicity, the state in Africa, African politics, public policy, democratisation, social justice and the politics of nation-building, belonging and citizenship. She has published journal articles and book chapters on Ndebele material culture, the politics of belonging and nation-building. She has received academic awards and scholarships, including the Next Generation Social Sciences in Africa doctoral fellowship, University of the Witwatersrand’s Council Postgraduate Merit Scholarship, National Research Foundation (NRF) bursary, and University of the Witwatersrand’s Postgraduate Merit Award Doctoral Scholarship.

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Sigi Goode

Professor of Information Systems, Australian National University
Sigi Goode is a Professor of Information Systems. Sigi’s research interests lie in information security behavior, services and technology adoption, policy and use. His research toolkit includes more than fifteen years’ experience designing and managing online information platforms. Sigi’s research has been funded by organisations including the Department of Defence, AustCyber and the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network. He has published papers in journals such as MIS Quarterly, Journal of Management Information Systems, European Journal of Information Systems, Decision Support Systems, Journal of Business Ethics, Information & Management, and European Journal of Operational Research. Sigi is also an Associate Editor of Information & Management, Behaviour & Information Technology, the Pacific Asia Journal of Information Systems, and the Australasian Journal of Information Systems.

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Siham Alaoui

PhD candidate in archival and communication studies, Sessional lecturer and research assistant, Université Laval
Siham Alaoui is a PhD candidate in archival science and public communication at Université Laval, Québec (Canada). She holds a bachelor's degree in Information Science (obtained in 2013 from the School of Information Science, Morocco) and a master's degree in Information Science (obtained in 2015 from the University of Montreal). She is interested in digital documentary mediation (information and data management), particularly in the current context of the universities’ digital transformation. She is an author of several scientific and professional articles published in specialized journals in information science (e.g. Archives, Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science, Documentation et Bibliothèques, Comma). She has also given papers and lectures at conferences and symposiums.

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Síle de Cléir

Associate Professor in Irish Language and Literature, University of Limerick
Síle de Cléir lectures in Irish in the School of English, Irish and Communication, University of Limerick. She has been researching, writing and lecturing in Irish folklore and ethnology for some years, combining this with a career in public libraries until 2008. She studied folklore and ethnology in University College, Cork, and attended the Folklore Fellows' Summer School in Turku in 1993.

Her research MA (UCC, 1992) was centred on Irish cloth and dress traditions and complemented an earlier period spent studying fashion design in LSAD and working for three years in the fashion/ clothing sector. Her MLIS (UCD, 1999) included a study of popular religious reading in early 20th-century Ireland, and her PhD (UCC, 2011) was a study of popular religious culture in Limerick city during the same period.

Publications on dress include Creativity in the margins: identity and locality in Ireland's fashion journey' in Fashion Theory, Vol 15, Issue 2, June 2011 and on popular religion, Ritual and the city context', Béascna 6 (2010). A book on this same topic, entitled Popular Catholicism in Ireland: locality, identity and culture was published in 2017.

She has also researched the heroic storytelling tradition in twentieth-century Ireland, and an article based on this research Gaisce, greann agus grá: Conall Gulban agus féidearthachtaí na scéalaíochta gaisciúla', (Heroism, humour and love: Conall Gulban and the scope of heroic storytelling') has been published in Béaloideas, 82 (2014).

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Silinganisiwe Dzumbunu

PhD Candidate , University of Cape Town
Silinganisiwe Dzumbunu is a doctoral student with the University of Cape Town's Centre for Actuarial Research. Her research focuses on adolescent sexual and reproductive health empowerment and gender equality. She holds a MPhil degree in Demography from the University of Cape Town and a BSc (Honours) in Operations Research and Statistics from the National University of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe.

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Silvia Dominguez

Professionnelle de recherche en sciences des aliments, Université Laval
Silvia Dominguez est une ingénieure alimentaire spécialisée dans l'évaluation des risques liés à la innocuité alimentaire, la gestion des allergènes, l'analyse statistique et la modélisation de données. Elle est titulaire d'une maîtrise et d'un doctorat en sciences des aliments de l'université Rutgers (New Jersey, États-Unis). Elle a travaillé comme microbiologiste alimentaire pour l'industrie alimentaire aux États-Unis, avant de retourner au domaine académique. Elle est actuellement professionnelle de recherche à la Plateforme d'analyse des risques et d'excellence en réglementation alimentaire, hébergée par l'Institut de la nutrition et des aliments fonctionnels (INAF) de l'Université Laval (Québec, Canada), où elle gère des projets de recherche sur les allergènes, les contaminants chimiques et la fraude alimentaire, des activités de formation pour l'industrie alimentaire, et des initiatives de renforcement des capacités en matière de innocuité alimentaire pour des autorités compétentes à l'échelle internationale.

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Silvia Lozeva

An academic, researcher and a lecturer.

Completed a PhD at Curtin University Sustainability Policy (CUSP) Institute on the topics of transglobal activism and migrants' (dis)connecions with nature. Lecturer in sustainable development and in other humanities disciplines for the Office of teaching and learning. Previously lecturing International Political Economy (Curtin University) and Asian Studies (University of Notre Dame Australia).

Employed previously as a researcher at John Curtin Centre of Public Policy and a sustainability consultant.

Currently working at Ethics, Equity and Social Justice office, developing and implementing strategies towards equity in higher education.

A devoted life-long Go player.

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Silvia Maioli

Senior Research Specialist and Associate professor, Neurobiology, Karolinska Institutet
I am research group leader and Docent (Associate Professor).

I have defended my PhD at the University of Bologna in 2011 and did my postdoc at KI. I have been working within the neuroscience field in relation to Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) since my PhD and my work is based on investigating the mechanisms for risk factors for Alzheimer's Disease focusing on ApoE, cholesterol metabolism and oxysterols.

I have extensive knowledge in the field of mouse behavior and mouse models of neurodegenerative disease and I am Facility Coordinator for the Animal Behavior Core Facility (ABCF) at KI. In addition, I work with different molecular biology techniques.

Research

My research is focused on understanding the biological mechanisms behind risk factors for neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's Disease (AD), with a focus on sex-differences.

Changes in brain cholesterol metabolism occurs in early stages of the disease and are considered important drivers of the neurodegenerative cascades in AD. AD risk factors such as hypercholesterolemia, hypertension, lifestyle, affect brain cholesterol metabolism. I study the role of cholesterol metabolites and transporters in the brain during neurodegenerative processes by using in vitro and in vivo models, as well as human samples. In addition, I am interested in the connection between cholesterol metabolism and sex hormones. Sex hormones, including estrogen and testosterone, originate from cholesterol and promote neuroprotective functions in the brain. Both cholesterol and sex hormones are shaped by genes and the environment (for example medications, diet), serving as potential preventive and therapeutic targets for AD.

Another topic in the lab is multi-medication therapies and related sex-differences. We study the effects of different combinations of drugs commonly used in AD comorbidities using mouse models and human data from different clinical cohorts

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Silvia Malagoli

Postdoctoral Researcher in Fisheries Science, University of Strathclyde
I am an Italian living in Scotland since 2019, currently postdoc at the University of Strathclyde, where I also did my PhD, which I am about to finish. I did my BSc in Aquaculture at the Alma Mater Studiorum in Bologna (IT) and my MSc in Marine Biology at the University of Bremen (DE). The broad area of my research is fisheries science, at the moment I am focusing on mathematical modelling of fish population. Food security, and especially seafood security, is a challenge I feel very committed to and will be the focus of my future research.

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Silvia Serrao-Neumann

Associate Professor of Environmental Planning, University of Waikato
Associate Professor Silvia Serrao-Neumann is the convenor for the Environmental Planning Programme. She is co-leading a team of researchers in the MBIE Endeavour project 'Reducing flood inundation hazard and risk across Aotearoa-New Zealand' ($15.5m, 2020-2025). She is also a partner investigator in the Australian Research Council Discovery (DP160103371) “Managing environmental change through planning for transformative pathways” (AU$581,000), and in the BIOTA SYNTHESIS - Nucleus of Analysis and Synthesis of Nature-Based Solutions (FAPESP 2020-2025). She is an Adjunct Research Fellow at the Cities Research Institute, Griffith University, Australia.

Before joining The University of Waikato she was a Senior Research Fellow for the Cooperative Research Centre for Water Sensitive Cities at the Cities Research Institute, Griffith University, Australia. Her association with the CRC-WSC involved the investigation of catchment scale landscape planning for water sensitive city-regions in light of climate change. Since 2009 she has participated in many interdisciplinary research projects relating to climate change adaptation, including the South East Queensland Climate Adaptation Research Initiative (SEQ-CARI), a 3-year multi-sectoral study of climate change adaptation in South East Queensland, focusing on the sectors of urban planning and management, coastal management, physical infrastructure, emergency management and human health; and the Climate Change Adaptation for Natural Resource Management in East Coast Australia.

Her research also focuses on community planning for disaster recovery and resilience, scenario planning, and action/ intervention research applied to planning for climate change adaptation.

She has published widely on topics related to water resource management, climate change adaptation, and urban and regional planning.

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Silvia Hurtado González

Profesora del Departamento de Lengua Española de la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad de Valladolid
Licenciada y doctorada en Filología Hispánica, es profesora Titular del Departamento de Lengua Española de la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras de la Universidad de Valladolid. Como docente, ha impartido clases en el Grado en Español de la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, en el Grado en Educación Primaria de la Facultad de Educación y en el Grado de Logopedia de la Facultad de Medicina, así como en el Máster en Español como Lengua Extranjera: Enseñanza e Investigación de dicha Universidad. Además, es profesora-tutora de la Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia. Es secretaria de la colección “UvaEle: español como lengua extranjera” y es responsable de los cursos sobre norma y corrección lingüística en la Escuela de Doctorado. Precisamente, una de sus líneas de investigación es el análisis de la competencia textual en el ámbito universitario. Sin embargo, su investigación más destacada gira en torno a dos aspectos. El primero de ellos es el estudio de las variedades del español en la prensa, que cuenta ya con varios análisis comparativos de distintos periódicos de habla hispana centrados en diversas cuestiones lingüísticas presentes en este tipo de textos, como por ejemplo, el análisis de determinadas formas verbales y el estudio de las formas de transmisión de la palabra ajena. En este ámbito, ha colaborado en proyectos de reconocido prestigio y ha participado en varios congresos de proyección internacional. El segundo es el estudio del lenguaje periodístico en la prensa decimonónica, principalmente en el espacio de la titulación, si bien su interés abarca cualquier etapa de la historia de la lengua.

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Simbarashe Murozvi

Lecturer in economics, University of the Western Cape
Simbarashe Murozvi is a lecturer at the Department of Economics, University of the Western Cape. He previously worked at a law firm before joining the University of the Western Cape as a part-time lecturer in 2019. Currently, he is pursuing PhD studies and his research interest are in labour, International trade and development economics.

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Simin Fadaee

Senior Lecturer in Sociology, University of Manchester
I have been educated in Iran (University of Tehran), India (Jawaharlal Nehru University), South Africa (University of KwaZulu-Natal) and Germany (University of Freiburg). I worked at Humboldt University of Berlin for several years before moving to the UK. My books include: Social Movements in Iran: Environmentalism and Civil Society (Author, Routledge 2012), Understanding Southern Social Movements (Editor, Routledge 2016), Contemporary Megaprojects: Organization, Vision and Resistance in the 21st Century (Co-editor, Berghahn 2021) and Marxism, Religion and Emancipatory Politics (Co-editor, Palgrave-Macmillan 2022). I am currently president of the International Sociological Association's Research Committee on Social Classes and Social Movements.

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Simon Bainbridge

Professor in English, Lancaster University
Simon Bainbridge's main research interest is in the relationship between the writing of the Romantic period and its historical contexts. He is the author of 'Napoleon and English Romanticism' (Cambridge University Press, 1995) and 'British Poetry and the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars' (Oxford University Press, 2003) and the editor of 'Romanticism: A Sourcebook'. He has published widely on the evolution of mountaineering and its literature, particularly in the Romantic period, including the monograph 'Mountaineering and British Romanticism: The Literary Cultures of Climbing, 1770-1836' (Oxford University Press, 2020).

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Simon Blouin

CITA National Postdoctoral Fellow, Astrophysics, University of Victoria
Simon Blouin is a CITA National Fellow in astrophysics at the University of Victoria. He holds a PhD in Physics from the Université de Montréal (2019). He was previously a Banting Fellow at the University of Victoria (2021-23) and a Director's Postdoc Fellow at Los Alamos National Lab (2019-21).

Simon uses a vast array of numerical simulation techniques to build improved physics models of white dwarfs. By comparing those models to astronomical observations, he uses white dwarfs as accurate cosmic clocks, probes of planetary evolution, and tracers of supernovae.

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Simon Butt

Professor of Indonesian Law, University of Sydney
Professor of Indonesian Law, Sydney Law School
Associate Director of Centre for Asia and Pacific Law, University of Sydney, and member of Sydney Southeast Asia Centre

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Simon Cameron

Senior Lecturer in Microbiology, School of Biological Sciences, Queen's University Belfast
My research involves the application of mass spectrometry to health and disease. I have a particular focus on human milk profiling and developing methods to take a systems biology approach to understanding the role that different components of human milk play in the development of the infant microbiome.

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Simon Campbell

Senior research fellow and lecturer, Monash University
Simon Campbell has a Diploma in Aerospace Engineering (RMIT), a Bachelor of Arts (Languages, Monash University), and a PhD in Astrophysics (Monash University). He has worked as a researcher in Spain and Taiwan, Germany and Australia. In a previous life he worked at CSIRO.

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Simon Chadwick

Simon Chadwick’s research and teaching interests lie in the areas of sponsorship, sport marketing and commercial strategy in sport, which means that his work covers a diverse range of subjects including football, motor racing, rugby, athlete endorsements, sports branding, fan behaviour, the Olympic Games, the Indian Premier League and Grand Slam tennis tournaments

Simon is editor of ‘Sport, Business and Management: An International Journal’ and is a former editor of the ‘International Journal of Sports Marketing and Sponsorship’. He continues to serve as an editorial board member for several other sport journals, and has authored and published more than 600 articles, conference papers and books on sport. His academic research has appeared in journals including Sloan Management Review, the Journal of Advertising Research, Thunderbird International Business Review, Management Decision, Marketing Review and Sport Marketing Quarterly

Simon has recently co-edited the books ‘Managing Football: An International Perspective’ (Elsevier) and ‘Sport Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice’ (F.I.T.), and has also been co-editor of ‘The Business of Sport Management’ and ‘The Marketing of Sport’ (Financial Times Prentice Hall), and ‘International Cases in the Business of Sport’ (Elsevier)

Alongside his books, Chadwick has created a Sport Marketing talk series for Henry Stewart Publishing, is editor of a Sport Marketing book series for Butterworth-Heinemann, and is a visiting academic at IESE and Instituto de Empresa in Spain; the University of Paris, France; and the University of Pretoria in South Africa. Amongst his other research and consultancy activities, Simon has worked with numerous organisations involved in sport including Mastercard, Atletico Madrid, the International Tennis Federation, FC Barcelona, UEFA, the Qatar Olympic Committee, Tottenham Hotspur, Michelin Motorsport, Sport Business Group, The Economist and the British Council

In addition, Chadwick's views on sport are regularly covered by the media; he has been quoted more than 10,000 times in publications across the world including in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Forbes, Time, the Financial Times, the Economist, Business Week, Der Spiegel, El Pais, Le Monde and China Daily. He also regularly appears on television, where he has commented on sport for broadcasters such as CNN, Bloomberg, Al Jazeera, the BBC, CNBC, Sky and CCTV. Simon is a member of a Qatari government sport think-tank; and he sits on the Advisory Board of StreetGames (an organisation which takes sport to disadvantaged communities). He has been identified by The Independent newspaper as being one of the top-10 business tweeters in the UK, and by The Times as being the “guru” of sport management in Britain

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Simon Chapman

Emeritus Professor in Public Health, University of Sydney

Simon Chapman AO PhD FASSA HonFFPH(UK) is Emeritus Professor in Public Health at the University of Sydney. He has published over 500 articles in peer reviewed journals and 19 books and major reports. His H index is 53 and he has over 10,500 citations.

In 1997 he won the World Health Organisation's World No Tobacco Day Medal and in 2003 he was voted by his international peers to be awarded the American Cancer Society’s Luther Terry Award for outstanding individual leadership in tobacco control. In 2008 he won the NSW Premier’s Cancer Researcher of the Year medal; the Public Health Association of Australia’s Sidney Sax medal; and was a NSW finalist in Australian of the Year. He was deputy editor (1992-1997) then editor (1998-2008) of the British Medical Journal's, Tobacco Control and is now its Editor Emeritus. He was made an Officer in the Order of Australia in 2013 and was named Australian Skeptic of the Year

His recent research involves examining policy how health and medical issues are covered in the news media; how people stop smoking unaided; the psychogenic aspects of wind farms and health; and characteristics of public health research (and its dissemination) which impact on public health policy.

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Simon Cork

Senior Lecturer in Physiology, Anglia Ruskin University
Dr Cork obtained his PhD in neurophysiology from St Aidan’s College, Durham University, in 2013. His doctoral research focussed on the neural control of blood pressure and identified neurochemical changes that underpin increased autonomic drive to the cardiovascular system in hypertension. This was followed by post-doctoral research at University College London and a research fellow position at Imperial College London, in the laboratory of Prof Sir Stephen Bloom. His post-doctoral research specialised in the regulation of hunger and body weight, particularly the role of gut hormones in the control of appetite and their therapeutic potential in the treatment of obesity.

Dr Cork is passionate about science communication and has appeared on numerous national and international TV and radio programmes and is regularly quoted in newspapers particularly on the topic of obesity, but more recently on various aspects of human physiology.

With a passion for widening access to higher education for individuals from under-represented backgrounds, Dr Cork sits on numerous national committees focussed on widening access to medical schools and is involved in instigating a number of initiatives within the School of Medicine to attract and retain such students.

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Simon Davies

Lecturer in Forensic Psychology, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington

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Simon Enoch

Adjunct professor, Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Regina
Simon Enoch holds a Masters Degree in Work & Society from McMaster University and a PhD in Communication & Culture from Ryerson and York University. He is the Director of the Saskatchewan Office of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. Simon has written extensively on labour issues in the province. He is currently writing a book on Saskatchewan politics with Professor Charles Smith.

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Simon Evenett

Professor of International Trade and Economic Development, University of St.Gallen
Simon Evenett (UK) is Academic Director at the St.Gallen MBA and Professor of International Trade and Economic Development. His expertise is in business-government dealings, protectionism, trade negotiations, the World Trade Organisation, emerging markets, and competition in international markets.

Prof. Evenett obtained his Ph.D. in Economics from Yale University and a B.A. (Hons) in Economics from the University of Cambridge. He has taught at the University of Oxford, the University of Michigan Business School, and Rutgers University. In addition, Prof. Evenett has served twice as a World Bank official and has been a Non-Resident Senior Fellow in the Economics Studies programme of the Brookings Institution.

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Simon French

Professor of Musculoskeletal Disorders, Macquarie University

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Simon Goldstein

Associate Professor, Dianoia Institute of Philosophy, Australian Catholic University, Australian Catholic University
I am an associate professor at the Dianoia Institute of Philosophy at ACU. In 2023, I am a research fellow at the Center for AI Safety. My research focuses on the ethical implications of the development of agency in AI systems.

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Simon Greenhill

Associate Professor, University of Auckland
I research why and how people created all the amazing languages around us, and what they tell us about human prehistory.

I use (mainly) Bayesian phylogenetic methods to tackle these questions and have investigated everything from how the Austronesian peoples settled the Pacific, to modelling the co-evolution of linguistic structure. And I have built a number of large-scale databases to help answer these questions.

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