emily sellman - head of division

Emily has completed a B.Sc in Liberal Arts and Sciences from Maastricht University in the Netherlands. A few months after graduating in 2015, she began a PhD in Engineering at Cambridge University. Emily has a strong passion for science and tech, and loves exploring every aspect and application; from journalism - previously haven written for New Scientist magazine, to entrepreneurship - having previously won a Startup Weekend Cambridge FinTech competition.

Emily Sellman

Emily has completed a B.Sc in Liberal Arts and Sciences from Maastricht University in the Netherlands. A few months after graduating in 2015, she began a PhD in Engineering at Cambridge University. Emily has a strong passion for science and tech, and loves exploring every aspect and application; from journalism - previously haven written for New Scientist magazine, to entrepreneurship - having previously won a Startup Weekend Cambridge FinTech competition.

 

dr. kalliope panoutsopoulou - editorial LEAD

Kalliope is a Career Development Fellow based at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and funded by Arthritis Research UK. She works as a statistical geneticist in the field of common complex human disease with the overarching aim of identifying the genetic determinants of human diseaseswhich can lead to better prognosis and treatments for the patients. She is passionate about science communication to the scientific audience and beyond though publications, public engagement events and as a lead editor of the Science Innovation Union of the Cambridge branch.

 

filip cvetko - events LEAD

Filip has just obtained a Master of Biochemistry degree, after completing the Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry course at the University of Oxford. He has also worked as a student consultant for the Oxford Student Consultancy - provided pro bono
consulting services for Oxford Product Design (OPD), which included drawing up a business development plan and market research. In October, He will start his PhD in Clinical biochemistry (Wellcome Trust PhD programme in Metabolic and Cardiovascular diseases) in Cambridge.