Imogen (she/her) is a fourth year PhD student in infection and immunity at the Roslin Institute studying the virulence of the bacterial pathogen Salmonella enterica. She has been a member of EUSci since 2017 with her first written article and joined the committee as head of copy-editing in the summer of 2018. This year she is also society secretary. Equally interested in infectious disease research and public engagement, she is passionate about communicating her science and others’ to new audiences!
Alyssa is an alumna of the Integrative Neuroscience masters program who loves to illustrate (and write about) interesting science. She served as lead design of Seattle University’s newspaper for two years and has written and designed for several publications, including previous issues of EuSci. Although neuroscience is her general area of passion, she also loves exploring developmental biology, sociology, and anything relating to the future of humanity. She is currently working as a freelance graphic designer and lab manager for a community biology lab in Seattle.
Dianna (she/her) is a graduate of the University of Edinburgh’s MSc in Science Communication and Public Engagement. She has been involved in EUSci since her Master’s programme. Having travelled across the world for her education, she’s interested in understanding how science is communicated around the world and loves to look at science through the lens of art and history. When not writing about science or combining her interests in graphic design and photography to the science world, she can be found watching old movies, doodling, or swimming laps in the pool.