Aoife Louise Gorman
I'm a PhD student researching vaccine adjuvants at Trinity. I love all things SciComm related. I have been involved in several public engagement events and I think it is so important for us to be able to communicate research to everyone. Science + pints = exponentially happier nerds!
PhD Candidate in the Centre for BioNano Interactions, UCD. I love doing anything SciCom related. I can’t wait for the festival this year, great speakers, great pubs, what can go wrong!
A PhD student in appropriate polypharmacy at Trinity College Dublin, I am from a social science background and have an interest in population health. I enjoy sports and outdoor activities.
I am a developmental cognitive neuroscientist at TCD trying to figure out what it is like to be an infant and how to make them happy, healthy human beings. Science communication is massively important to get all our fascinating insights out into the world, so feel free to ask me anything about devel...
I’m a Masters student in Science Communication. My work involves engaging primary and secondary school students with science. I’m passionate about science communication which has led me to get involved with Pint of Science.
I am a Ph.D. student in System Biology Ireland, UCD. My work focuses on the mechanism study of drug resistance of melanoma. POS is a great chance to bring science to the public. The more we listen, we ask, we talk, the better we understand the world! It is also cool to learn science while grabbing a...
Sophie is a clinical medial scientist in St. Vincent‘s Private hospital. A keen passion for science and science communication. PoS is the obvious solution for sci comm fun! Hopefully will be starting a sci comm podcast in the coming year!
Gim Seng Ng
I am a post-doctoral researcher in theoretical physics at TCD, mainly researching on fundamental questions in physics regarding quantum physics and gravity in the context of string theories and black holes.
Programme Manager of the Behavioural Economics Unit in the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI), I have an MSc in Behavioural Science from Stirling University and enjoy understanding what shapes people's behaviour through the lens of economics and psychology.
Ana is an Obstetrician/Gynaecologist. She is from Brazil, where she got her M.D.,M.Sc.,worked in the Military Police as a consultant and tutored medical students. Ana is now a full time Science Communicator and Jerry Seinfeld, her dog, guarantees she is very funny.
An international recruiter to UCD, I have just moved over to Dublin at the end of last year. I helped bring the first ever edition of Pint of Science to Colchester, the UK in 2018 and am looking forward to seeing how a more established PoS event is going to go.
Arlyng Gonzalez Vazquez
Arlyng is a Research Fellow at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. Originally from Venezuela, she is passionate about tissue engineering and biology. Her main hobbies are travelling and outdoor activities.
Heather is a PhD student at University College Dublin. Heather's research focuses on investigating the function of sexed-sperm in the female reproductive tract and early bovine embryonic development.
Orla is a post-doctoral research fellow at Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience. Orla’s research focuses on investigating the contribution of neuroinflammatory and metabolic changes in age-related and amyloid β-induced cognitive decline.
Chris is a Masters student at DCU studying Science Communication. Originally from America, he caught the bug for science outreach and public engagement after organizing the March for Science rally in Columbia, Missouri.
I am a UCD student in Cultural Policy and Arts manager. I came from Russia where I have participated in an organization of science festivals and events which promoted science to the public.
Hugo is from Paris, has a PhD in Ophthalmology, and knows a lot of weird eye facts! He works as a postdoc in Immunology at Trinity College Dublin. He loves beer & Science, and can’t wait to tell you more about Science while you’ll be drinking beer!
Dr. Hayley Furlong brings in over 8 years of experience working mainly in the higher education and biomedical sector in Canada and Ireland.
Ricardo Valdes-Bango Curell
On my way towards a PhD in Biotechnology, I am studying hamster cells and genetic switches as part of the eCHO Systems Network.Am also the Chairperson of DCU Postgrad Society and co-organiser of PubhD Ireland. Currently involved in different SciComm and public engagement projects. Glad to be part o...
I am a postdoc researcher currently working at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. I work in the fields of biomaterial and tissue engineering and I aim to find ways to merge artificial materials with living tissues to heal or build organs, such as the heart, tendons, bone, and brain.
Megan is a PhD student in the Molecular Rheumatology research group in Trinity. She also teaches a tailored immunology course to secondary school students in disadvantaged area with the Trinity Access Programme. Looking forward to working with PoS this year to further grow her passion for sci comm!
Claudia is a PhD student at TCD, looking at how viruses evade the immune system in young children. Claudia grew up in the UK and is looking forward to being involved in this year's Pint of Science!
I am a biomedical engineering PhD researcher at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. Originally from Canada, I have a passion for travel, outdoor activities, and working towards new innovations to improve medical devices and implants.
Originally from France, I have a Msc in Telecommunications and Computer Science, and work at building great customer interfaces at Dropbox. I'm really excited to be part of PoS to bring together 2 of my favorites things in life: craft beer and science!
James is an Immunology PhD researcher at Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland where he examines the fascinating subject of metabolism in immune cells. He enjoys the occasional pint, every week.
Laura is a recent graduate from Trinity College Dublin in the field of Human Genetics. She is passionate about the importance of bringing science out of the lab and to the people, especially over pints! Very excited to be part of Pint of Science 2019.
Local Volunteer Dublin
Sónia is a post-doctoral researcher at the Translational Neuroimmunology Research Group, in Trinity College. She is currently researching the potential therapeutic activity of novel synthetic cannabinoids on innate immune responses and disease symptoms in patients. Originally from Portugal, she aims...