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Samreen Ashraf

Principal Academic in Marketing, Bournemouth University
Dr. Samreen Ashraf is a Principal Academic in Marketing and is a Post Graduate Researchers Lead in the department of Marketing, Strategy and Innovation at Bournemouth University Business School. Additionally, she is the Programme Leader for the first cross-faculty 4 years degree BSc (Hons) Marketing. Samreen has also taught at London School of Economics for their summer school in 2021.

Samreen is the first Pakistani to win Jane K. Fanyo Award from the Academy of Marketing Science for best research paper. She is a Senior Fellow of Higher Education Academy of UK and was invited to be on the Judging Panel for renowned American Stevie awards for Women in Business Awards. Samreen has also been featured on SAGE Publishers researchers interview series.

Samreen has completed her PhD in 2021 and her thesis focused on 'The role of consumer multiple identities in bank choice in Pakistan'. Samreen has been on the guest editorial panel of Journal of Financial Services Marketing.

Samreen has presented her research at various national and international conferences and has published in peer reviewed journals and has also been invited as a guest speaker on various occasions.

Her research areas include : multiple identities, digital identity, financial services, trust repair, religious influence on consumption, sustainable consumption, and consumer behaviour.

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Samuel Alexander

Dr Samuel Alexander is a lecturer with the Office for Environmental Programs, University of Melbourne, teaching a course called ‘Consumerism and the Growth Economy: Interdisciplinary Perspectives’ in the Masters of Environment. He is also a research fellow with the Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute and co-director of the Simplicity Institute. In 2015 he published two books of collected essays, 'Prosperous Descent: Crisis as Opportunity in an Age of Limits' and 'Sufficiency Economy: Enough, for Everyone, Forever' both available from the Simplicity Institute publications page. His other books include 'Simple Living in History: Pioneers of the Deep Future', 'Entropia: Life Beyond Industrial Civilisation', and 'Voluntary Simplicity: The Poetic Alternative to Consumer Culture.'

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Samuel Amponsah

Associate Professor, Open Distance Learning, University of Ghana
Samuel Amponsah is an Associate Professor with a demonstrated history of working at all levels of education in Ghana and South Africa. He holds a Doctor of Education (DEd) degree in curriculum studies from the University of South Africa. Amponsah currently heads the University of Ghana Distance Education Department. His areas of research focus on Adult Learning, Open Distance Learning and Inclusive Education

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Samuel Bagg

Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of South Carolina
Samuel Bagg is Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science, where he teaches courses in political theory. Before coming to UofSC, he taught at the University of Oxford, McGill University, and Duke University, where he received his PhD in 2017.

His research aims to ground democratic theorizing in a realistic picture of the dynamics of social inequality and political power. Among other venues, it has appeared in the American Political Science Review; the American Journal of Political Science; the Journal of Politics; Perspectives on Politics; the Journal of Political Philosophy; the European Journal of Political Theory; Philosophy, Politics, and Economics; Social Philosophy and Policy; Social Theory and Practice; and Political Research Quarterly. His first book (The Dispersion of Power: A Critical Realist Theory of Democracy) synthesizes much of this work, offering a distinctive and comprehensive account of why democracy matters and how to make it better. It is forthcoming from Oxford University Press.

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Samuel Cairnduff

PhD candidate in cultural leadership, Deakin University
Samuel Cairnduff is an experienced arts and cultural management professional, a researcher in the field of leadership and an advocate for the transformational capacity of cultural institutions through ethical and empathetic engagement. He is in the final stages of completing a PhD examining the concept of cultural leadership in Australian symphony orchestras; the outcome will be a new model of leadership for performing arts organisations. His research interests include art and cultural leadership, ethical leadership, stakeholder engagement and leading through change.

He teaches in the fields of arts and cultural management, media and communications at Melbourne University, creative and cultural industries management at Monash University and is a lecturer in Deakin’s Arts and Cultural Management program.

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Samuel Carrara

Scientific project officer, Joint Research Centre
Samuel Carrara holds a Bachelor and a Master Degree cum laude in Mechanical Engineering (major: energy and mechanical plants) and a PhD in Technologies for Energy and the Environment, all from the University of Bergamo, Italy.

After working as an energy engineer in the gas turbine field, in 2011 he joined Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM), an Italian research institute in the area of climate change and sustainable development, where he worked as an energy modeller until 2019, mostly focusing on the renewable energy modules.

In early 2016 he was granted a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Global Fellowship by the European Commission, jointly developed at the University of California, Berkeley and at FEEM. His research project was titled “MERCURY – Modeling the European power sector evolution: low-carbon generation technologies (renewables, CCS, nuclear), the electric infrastructure and their role in the EU leadership in climate policy” (www.mercury-energy.eu).

In 2019, he joined the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission in Petten, the Netherlands (Directorate C: Energy, Mobility and Climate – Unit C.7: Energy Transition Insights for Policy), where he carries out technical and policy analyses on raw materials and supply chains, mainly focusing on technologies for the green transition.

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Samuel Chalmers

Senior Lecturer in Human Movement, University of South Australia
I have a keen and active interest in exercise physiology, particularly relating to how humans interact with the environment. I have a research and industry focus in the development of extreme heat policies in sport and exercise. This covers both youth and adult involvement, and community through to elite competitions. Secondly, I research injury prevention in youth sports, ranging from injury surveillance projects through to testing the efficacy of injury screening tools.

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Samuel Cornell

PhD Candidate, UNSW Beach Safety Research Group, School of Population Health, UNSW Sydney
Sam is working with the BSRG on a PhD which seeks to determine the efficacy and effectiveness of using location-based social media safety messaging to reduce injuries and fatalities at aquatic locations, popular with Instagram users.

Research Interests:

Risk communication

Social media effects on risk taking and drowning

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Samuel Fabian

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Bioengineering, Imperial College London
I am a keen scientist, photographer, and science communicator. My primary objective is to obtain and disseminate scientific understanding of the natural world, particularly concerning aspects usually taken for granted or rarely considered. My passion is for the diversity of animal life and deciphering the root causes and functions in their different anatomies. I achieve this using a mixture of advanced photography techniques and applying concepts derived from engineering backgrounds.

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Samuel Farley

Senior Lecturer in Work Psychology, University of Sheffield

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Samuel Garrett

Research Associate, United States Studies Centre, University of Sydney
Samuel Garrett is a Research Associate at the United States Studies Centre. He works across the Centre’s research programs, with a focus on US politics and economic security issues.

Prior to joining the Centre, Samuel was a Junior Analyst with Geopolitical Futures, tracking daily geopolitical developments and long-term trends across the Indo-Pacific region. He was also a research assistant in the School of Medical Sciences at the University of Sydney, where he coauthored multiple research papers on anatomical history.

Samuel holds a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Advanced Studies (Politics & International Relations) from the University of Sydney, where he majored in Arabic. He completed an academic exchange at the American University of Beirut, and study programs at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana in Salatiga, Indonesia.

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Samuel Godefroy

Professeur titulaire - Sciences des aliments, Université Laval
Samuel Godefroy est l'ancien directeur général de la Direction des aliments de Santé Canada, l'organisme canadien chargé d'établir les normes alimentaires, et l'ancien vice-président de la Commission du Codex Alimentarius de la FAO et de l'OMS. Il a plus de 20 ans d'expérience dans le développement de la réglementation alimentaire, avec un accent particulier sur le renforcement des capacités et l'amélioration des programmes. Samuel est actuellement professeur titulaire d'analyse des risques alimentaires et de politiques réglementaires au département des sciences de l'alimentation, à la faculté des sciences de l'agriculture et de l'alimentation de l'Université Laval, à Québec, au Canada. Il dirige la Plateforme d'analyse des risques et d'excellence en réglementation des aliments (PARERA), hébergée par l'Institut de la nutrition et des aliments fonctionnels (INAF) de l'Université Laval. Le professeur Godefroy est le fondateur et l'actuel président de la Global Food Regulatory Science Society (GFoRSS), une organisation à but non lucratif visant à promouvoir les disciplines de la science de la réglementation alimentaire au niveau international. Il est également le président élu de l'Union internationale des sciences et technologies de l'alimentation (IUFoST) pour la période 2024-2026.

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Samuel Iddi

Research Scientist, African Population and Health Research Center
Samuel Iddi is a trained and experienced biomedical scientist, biostatistician, and data scientist with a rich research portfolio, underpinned by statistical/methodological research and the application of innovative research techniques to advance public health and biomedical research. He currently works as a research scientist and data scientist at the African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC), managing data science projects that employ machine and deep learning to address problems related to the multimorbidity of non-communicable diseases. Samuel’s career research in the development of statistical methods has led to novel methods for handling overdispersion, inflation of zero counts, jointly modelling longitudinal outcomes, models for marginalised inference, etc. His research works have also influenced and informed statistical practices. He is a recognised trainer in statistical software, statistical methods, data management and analysis, impact evaluation methods, etc., and has provided training workshops and mentorship for researchers and students. In 2013, he got his PhD from the University of Leuven, Belgium, in Biomedical Sciences (Biostatistics).

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Samuel Jens

Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Political Science, Stony Brook University (The State University of New York)
Samuel (Sam) Jens is a recent PhD graduate from the Department of Political Science at Stony Brook. He is a Research Associate at the Center for News, Technology & Innovation.

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Samuel Johnson

DPhil Candidate in Mathematical Biology, University of Oxford
Samuel is a DPhil (PhD) candidate based in the Wolfson Centre for Mathematical Biology at the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford. His research concerns the collective migration of cell populations during embryonic development.

In his research, Samuel uses mathematical and computational modelling to gain insight into the factors affecting collective cell movement, with implications for the development of treatments and therapies for diseases associated with misdirected cell migration in development.

Prior to his DPhil studies, Sam studied for a master's degree in applied mathematics at the University of Cambridge and a bachelor's degree in theoretical physics at the University of Edinburgh.

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Samuel Kariuki

Chief Research Scientist and Director, Centre for Microbiology Research, Kenya Medical Research Institute
Sam Kariuki is Chief Research Scientist and Director, Centre for Microbiology Research at KEMRI in Nairobi and a Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute International Fellow. He is visiting Professor of Tropical Microbiology, Nuffield Department of Medicine, University of Oxford, UK. He is Co-ordinator of Medical Microbiology postgraduate course, Institute of Tropical Medicine and Infectious Diseases, KEMRI. He has research interest in the epidemiology and antimicrobial resistance of enteric bacterial pathogens, including invasive non-typhoidal salmonellosis (NTS) and typhoid fever, Shigella spp, Vibrio cholerae and Escherichia coli. He is Chair, Global Antimicrobial Resistance Partnership (GARP)-Kenya chapter and in 2014-16, led the initiative for development of the Situational Analysis on AMR in Kenya culminating in the National Action Plan Draft document. He has Authored/co-authored over 130 papers in peer-reviewed journals and 3 text books on Antimicrobial resistance and Food Safety.

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Samuel Kerstein

Professor of Philosophy, University of Maryland

Samuel Kerstein (PhD, Columbia University) is Professor of Philosophy. His research focuses on Kant's moral philosophy, normative ethics, and bioethics. Several of his current projects stem from his book How to Treat Persons (Oxford, 2013). For example, he is developing a Kantian conception of the dignity of persons and exploring its implications for issues in bioethics, including the fair distribution of scarce, life-saving resources and moral constraints on medical research.

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Samuel Lymbery

Postdoctoral Fellow in Biosecurity, Murdoch University
I am an entomologist, evolutionary biologist, behavioural ecologist, and biosecurity researcher. I completed my PhD at the University of Western Australia in 2019, where I worked on the social evolution of sexual conflict with Prof Leigh Simmons and Prof Joseph Tomkins. Subsequently, I spent a year at the University of Exeter investigating the interplay between kin groups and alternative reproductive tactics with Prof David Hosken, Prof Nina Wedell, and Prof Joseph Tomkins. In 2021, I was fortunate enough to secure a Forrest Fellowship at UWA and CSIRO, where I collaborated with Prof Raphael Didham and Dr Bruce Webber to conduct groundbreaking new research on the ecology of warfare between native and invasive ants.

At the time of writing, I am a Postdoctoral Fellow in Biosecurity at Murdoch University's Harry Butler Institute, where I am investigating the risk of hitchhiker pests in the global shipping pathways, along with Prof Melissa Thomas and Prof Simon McKirdy.

I am generally interested in the effects of behaviour on species ecology, particularly in insects, and am keen to expand on my previous work on the ecology and dynamics of non-human warfare.

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Samuel Mawutor

PhD Student in Geography and Geospatial Sciences, Oregon State University
I am a Political Ecology scholar with research interests in global commodities and deforestation, community rights and forest defenders, transnational forest governance, community-based natural resource management systems, and local ecological knowledge.

I am a Political Ecology scholar with research interests in global commodities and deforestation, community rights and forest defenders, transnational forest governance, community-based natural resource management systems, and local ecological knowledge.

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Samuel Morin

Chercheur et directeur du Centre national de recherches météorologiques (Météo-France - CNRS), Météo France
Domaines de recherche :

• Simulation numérique de l’évolution des propriétés physiques de la neige ; développement et utilisation du modèle de manteau neigeux détaillé Crocus.

• Investigations expérimentales et in situ de l’évolution temporelle des propriétés optiques, thermiques et microstructurales de la neige alpine. Développement et utilisation d’outils de mesure objectives de propriétés physiques de la neige (conductivité thermique, surface spécifique, …).

• Applications des modèles de manteau neigeux pour des problématiques multiples (risque d’avalanches, enjeux hydrologiques, tourisme de montagne) à courte échéance ainsi qu’en projection climatique.

Directeur du CNRM depuis le début de l’année 2021, Samuel Morin a auparavant dirigé le Centre d’études de la neige de 2015 à 2020. Il a obtenu son habilitation à diriger des recherches en 2014 à l’Université Grenoble Alpes. Il est diplômé de l’École normale supérieure de Paris depuis 2006.

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Samuel Murray

Lecturer in Music, University of Liverpool
Dr Sam Murray is a lecturer in music industries joining to cover for Dr Sarah Price who is on research leave. Alongside this role he is a lecturer in music business and arts management at Middlesex University, which he joined at the end of 2019 following his work as a Policy & Research Officer for UK Music, the main campaigning and lobbying group for the music industries in the UK. He has also previously worked with the Council of Music Makers.

He has previously been a research associate at Teesside University on the Creative Fuse North East project, and a research assistant at Cardiff University as part of Creative Cardiff.

He also previously worked for UK Music as a Policy & Research Officer working on their Music by Numbers Report as well as regional city reports exmaining music-making in Manchester and Sheffield. He also worked on policy research in support of reducing business rates for grassroots music venues, changes to the visa system to benefit musicians and improving support for the live music industry in Wales.

For over 10 years Sam has played Clarinet with the touring band Me and My Friends and has released three albums Beneath a Level Head (2012), Hide Your Way (2016), Look Up! (2018) and Before I Saw the Sea (2023) with the band. The band have performed on BBC Radio 4's Loose Ends Programme, featured on french station Radio Nova's compilations NovaTunes 3.5 and 3.9 and have performed at many of the UK's biggest festivals including Greenman, Shambala and Kendall Calling.

Sam's research has specialised in examining music policy, particularly within music cities. For his PhD he undertook extensive ethnographic research exploring the music scene in Portland, Oregon and exmaining the impact of local policy making. He also co-authored Mapping Cardiff's Creative Economy a report into the state of the creative industries in the Welsh capital. He project managed ground-breaking innovation pilots for Teesside University as part of Creative Fuse North East and worked on successful innovation projects such as Unfolding Theatre's Multiverse Arcade debuted at the Great Exhibition of the North in 2018.

His research has appeared in City, Culture & Society as well as the Green European Journal. He has also been part of the music education advisory group for the Senedd Culture, Welsh Language and Communications committee resulting in the Hitting the Right Note Inquiry into funding for and access to music education report and recently appeared before the committee to give evidence to their Live Music Inquiry.

More recently he has published chapters on The Kingsmen's 'Louie Louie', Céline Dion's performer-audience interactions in her Las Vegas residency and has forthcoming work on teaching methodologies in music industry studies.

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Samuel Redman

Sam Redman specializes in 19th and 20th century U.S. history with a focus on culture and ideas. In 2012, he completed his doctoral dissertation, "Human Remains and the Construction of Race and History, 1897-1945" at the University of California, Berkeley. At Berkeley, Redman worked at the Regional Oral History Office (ROHO) where he completed dozens of oral history interviews on a wide variety of subjects. At ROHO, he served as Lead Interviewer for the Rosie the Riveter / WWII Home Front Oral History Project and the Japanese American Confinement Sites Oral History Project - both in collaboration with the National Park Service. Working with a team at ROHO, he launched a project documenting the oral history of the San Francisco - Oakland Bay Bridge resulting in the completion of over a dozen new interviews with men and women who worked on the bridge. Before graduate school, he worked in several museums including the Field Museum of Natural History, Colorado History Museum, and Science Museum of Minnesota. He is the author of "Historical Research in Archives: A Practical Guide" published by the American Historical Association in 2013. His first book, "Bone Rooms: From Scientific Racism to Human Prehistory in Museums", was published by Harvard University Press in March, 2016.

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Samuel Ritholtz

Max Weber Fellow in the Department of Political and Social Sciences, European University Institute
I’m an academic and writer interested in the politics of identity, stigma, and brutality during war and other episodes of violence. My research centers the lives of the socially marginalized, particularly LGBT populations, during conflict, crisis, and displacement.

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Samuel S. Holloway

Sam Holloway is an Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the University of Portland. His research on business model innovations examines how strategy affects the design of organizational architectures and has been published in Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal, Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Marketing Science Review, and Journal of Strategic Innovation and Sustainability, among others. His current research includes studying the business side of craft brewing. Based upon his research, Dr. Holloway (and fellow UP Professor, Dr. Mark Meckler) launched CRAFTINGASTRATEGY.COM, a global online learning community whose mission is to empower craft brewing entrepreneurs to run profitable businesses, so they can create more jobs and transform their local communities for the better. Additionally, Sam teaches undergraduate and MBA courses in strategy, entrepreneurship, and innovation. Sam also helped launch the Pamplin School of Business’ first online courses as part of the school’s Continuing Education Certificate: Craft Beer Business Strategy.

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Samuel Scanlon

PhD Candidate in Sociology, University College Dublin
Samuel Scanlon is a final year PhD candidate with University College Dublin's School of Sociology performing comparative research on conflict tourism practices in Northern Ireland and Palestine/Israel and how this industry furthers peace processes and/or perpetuates conflict through the consumption and presentation of these attractions. His principal research interests lie in the interdisciplinary field of Peace & Conflict studies with specific focus on Conflict Tourism, Transitional Justice, Truth/Narrative, Memory, Identity, Nationalism, Human Rights, and International Law.

He has received the John & Pat Hume scholarship from Maynooth University and his current project is funded under the Ad Astra scholarship in UCD

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Samuel Shaw

Lecturer in History of Art, The Open University
I work primarily on the history of art and exhibition culture in Britain in the long nineteenth century, with a particular interest in Anglo-Jewish artists and identity, transnational networks, and the relationship between art, visual culture, and the natural sciences.

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Samuel Starko

Forrest Research Fellow, The University of Western Australia
I am broadly interested in how marine habitats interact with environmental drivers, especially in the context of global environmental change.

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Samuel James Westwood

Lecturer in Psychology Education, King's College London
Samuel is a cognitive neuroscientist and Lecturer in Psychology Education at King's College London. His research interests focus on investigating treatments in psychiatry, particularly in neurodevelopmental conditions, such as ADHD. His work also includes disseminating guidance on how research can move toward more transparent and reproducible research practices. Some of this work includes founding and leading the RIOT Science Club (www.riotscience.co.uk), a popular seminar series franchised to several universities in the UK and Europe and supported by the UK Reproducibility Network. You can find Samuel on Twitter (@westwoodsam1), where he tweets mainly about his miniature sausage dog, Stanley.

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Samuel L. Torrens

PhD Candidate, Queensland University of Technology
Samuel Lewis Torrens is a PhD at Queensland University of Technology. His research is on 'Computational Chemistry and Blood Acid-Base Data for The Metabolic Acidosis of Multiple Disease States'.

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Samuele Carlo Ayrton Abrami

PhD candidate, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore - Catholic University of Milan
Samuele C.A. Abrami is a PhD candidate at the UCSC in Milan, where he is also subject expert in the courses of Geopolitics and History and Institutions of Asia. He is research assistant at the International Center for Contemporary Turkish Studies and Ce.St.In.Geo. Samuele is now visiting researcher at Sabancı University in
Istanbul, where he is working on his project about the link between internal and external dimensions in Turkish Foreign Policy as well as on Türkiye’s relations with the EU, Balkans and Wider Mediterranean. Since 2023, he is part of the Türkiye- Europe Future Forum, of the German-Italian Spinelli Forum, and a CM-Lerici recipient at the Stockholm Institute for Turkish Studies.

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Samy Cohen

Directeur de recherche émérite (CERI), Sciences Po
Samy Cohen est directeur de recherche émérite à Sciences Po (CERI). Ses deux derniers ouvrages parus : Tsahal à l’épreuve du terrorisme (Seuil, 2009) et Israël et ses colombes : enquête sur le camp de la paix (Gallimard, 2016).

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Samyuktha Rajan

PhD candidate in Behavioural Ecology‬, Stockholm University
I am broadly interested in understanding the evolution of birdsong as a complex, multifaceted signal. For my PhD, I am looking at the interplay between innate and social processes on song learning and subsequently, its impact on evolutionary processes such as sexual selection and speciation.

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Sander De Groote

Lecturer, School of Accounting, Auditing and Taxation, UNSW Sydney
Sander joined the School of Accounting, Auditing and Taxation as a Lecturer in April 2020. He completed his PhD at KU Leuven in Belgium and also holds a bachelors and master’s degree from KU Leuven.

Sander focusses on corporate governance, with a specific interest in the complex relations between company directors and the role of director behaviour in the firm information environment.

His expertise lies in evaluation and quantifying determinants and consequences of individual behaviour in corporate boards. His interest is in assessing fairness in the firm information environment and in the treatment of different members of the board of directors. Sander studies insider trading using it as a measure of director diligence and ethics.

His work has been published in Journal of Business Ethics, Auditing: a Journal of Theory and Practice, Decision Support Systems, and Accounting Research Journal.

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Sandhya Fuchs

Assistant Professor in Social and Cultural Anthropology, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
I am a legal anthropologist with ten years experience working in India and the British South Asian diaspora. My work analyses the social life of hate crimes and explores what success, justice and hope mean for communities and individuals who seek justice through hate crime and hate speech legislation in the South Asian context. In particular, I examine how legal institutions and actors engage competing visions of history and contested landscapes of social memory when evaluating claims of hate, discrimination, identity- based violence.

My first book, which explores the social life of India's only hate crime law - the 1989 Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled Tribes Prevention of Atrocities Act - will be published by Stanford University Press in June 2024 (https://www.sup.org/books/title/?id=36293).
The book explores what it means for hate crime laws to be successful and analyzes how hate crime laws can be actively dismantled and even weaponized against minorities by police and courts, while, simultaneously opening up new avenues of hope and restitution in the inetrstices of daily life.

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Sandi Dumanski

Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Calgary
Dr Dumanski is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of Calgary. Dr Dumanski is a nephrologist (kidney doctor) and scientist whose program of research endeavors to understand the complex relationships between reproductive health, sex hormones, and cardiovascular risk. Dr Dumanski sits on the Canadian Women's Heart Health Alliance and is the Central Physician Lead for ‘Wear Red Canada’, celebrated annually to raise awareness of women’s heart health.

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