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Adriana Reyes

Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Cornell University
Adriana Reyes’ research focus is on family demography and health disparities across the life course. Her work aims to understand how family ties provide social capital to help individuals navigate the life course, and how these family ties perpetuate inequalities across race and class. Professor Reyes’ current projects examine race/ethnic differences in intergenerational family relations, the financial and health consequences of living arrangements, caregiving dynamics, and disparities in health trajectories among older adults. She has recently published on changing attitudes towards co-residence in the Journal of Marriage and Family and on the availability of kin to provide caregiving in Demographic Research. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Arizona and her Ph.D. in Sociology and Demography at Penn State in 2016.

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Adriana Vergés

Professor in marine ecology, UNSW Sydney
I'm a marine ecologist based at The University of New South Wales in Sydney. My research focuses on the impacts of climate change on marine communities and on developing restoration solutions to re-establish lost underwater kelp forests and seagrass meadows.

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Adrianne Frech

Associate Professor of Population Health, Ohio University
Adrianne Frech is an Associate Professor of Population Health in the Department of Social Medicine at the Ohio University Heritage College of Medicine – Cleveland. Dr. Frech’s research is funded by the National Institutes of Health and her expertise is in the relationships between workforce participation and health across the life course, as she examines how work reflects and reinforces gender inequalities in health.

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Adrienne Macartney

I am researching the process of atmospheric carbon dioxide in the ancient Mars atmosphere being sequestered into stable mineral carbonate. Such carbonate minerals have been observed by satellite, rovers, landers and in meteorites from Mars that have landed on Earth. I examine these sources and attempt to resolve the mineralogy and reaction pathways involved. There is a lot of advanced microscope work of Mars fragments, which I love. I also conduct laboratory experiments in pressure vessels that mimic early Mars hydrothermal systems.

We can utilise the same reactions in rock formations on Earth to store atmospheric carbon dioxide as minerals. A method much more stable than other current carbon capture and storage methods. I am also working with Engineers in Space Glasgow to build a new prototype rover tool that uses ultrasonic grinding to expose a smooth rock surface, so that rock reactions can be observed more clearly.

I write weekly for the Huffington Post and run the public outreach project 'Science Hooker': Check it out.

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Adrienne Wood

Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Virginia
I am an Assistant Professor of Social Psychology in the Department of Psychology at the University of Virginia, where I run the Emotion and Behavior Lab. My lab studies the dynamic process of building and maintaining social connections at multiple levels of analysis: at the level single interactions, we examine how people use laughter, conversation, and synchrony to connect; at the level of social networks, we examine how people build ties to a community; and at the level of societies, we examine the social consequences of cultural diversity. I earned my PhD in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin - Madison and did my postdoctoral work at Dartmouth College. My research is currently supported by an NSF CAREER Award and a Templeton Foundation grant. I am a proud Kansas Citian and lover of dogs, drawing and oil painting, and piano.

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Adwoa Owusuaa Bobie

Research Fellow, Center for Cultural and African Studies, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST)
Dr. Adwoa Owusuaa Bobie is a researcher with interests in studying Sociology and African studies at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). Before her appointment at KNUST, she worked for three years as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Sociology, University of Ghana on the project titled "Advancing Creative Industry for Development in Ghana". This project explored how the Ghanaian creative industry can be enhanced to contribute to national development.

Dr. Bobie obtained her PhD from the University of Basel, Switzerland. Her PhD explored how contemporary Africa fashion designers combine global influence with ethno-cultural factors to produce aesthetic cosmpolitan fashion in Lagos, Nigeria. She argues that, the conscious intersection of the global with the local by African designers, positions African fashion across national borders, emanating in the creation of Aesthetic Cosmopoltanism fashion.

Adwoa obtained her MPhil degree at the University of Ghana from the year 2014 and Bachelor’s at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (Ghana) in 2010. At the MPhil, she worked on “The Youth in the Ghanaian Fashion Industry” which discusses the creativity of young Ghanaian entrepreneurs who are changing the face of fashion with no or little formal training in fashion.

She participated in the first CASB/CODESRIA Summer School programme through which she earned a scholarship with the Fondation Oumou Dilly for her PhD. Adwoa worked as research assistant and also as a freelance research consultant from 2014 to 2016. Major among the projects was “Because I Am a Girl” project funded by Plan International, a United Kingdom based NGO and others funded by Marie Stopes and MasterCard Foundation.

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Afaf Jabiri

Senior Lecturer of Global Development Studies, University of East London
Dr Afaf Jabiri is a Senior Lecturer and the Co-Director of the Centre for Social Justice and Change at the University of East London. Before joining UEL in 2017, she held posts at the Centre for Gender Studies, SOAS, and the Gender Institute at the LSE.

For the past ten years, Dr Jabiri has led and contributed to interdisciplinary research projects, delivered undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in the areas of sociology, international development, gender studies, humanitarianism, postcolonial studies, forced and diaspora studies, supervised and contributed to doctoral training and published academic as well as policy-oriented research.

Dr Jabiri joined academia after 17 years of work on issues related to gender equality, humanitarianism, refugees and migrants’ rights, peace, conflict resolution and transitional justice in the Arab region.

She is a leading feminist activist in Jordan and across the Arab region, advocating for equality and social justice across the region. She publishes in both English and Arabic languages.

RESEARCH
Dr Jabiri’s research combines academic and impact-based research for policy reform and change. She takes an interdisciplinary approach in such studies, linking sociology, history, anthropology, international relations and law in her scholarship. Jabiri’s first book, Gendered Politics of Law in Jordan: Guardianship over Women (2016), examines the state as a gender regime and the historical representation of colonial and neoliberal politics in women’s lived realities of the concept of wilaya (guardianship).

Her recent book-entitled Palestinian Refugees women from Syria to Jordan: Decolonising the Geopolitics of Displacements is based on four years of field research in Palestinian camps in Jordan––and including interviews with Palestinian refugee women, aid workers, and representatives of international organisations and NGOs in Jordan. The book examines the experiences of Palestinian women from Syria displaced to Jordan, embroiled between settler colonialism, militarism, nationalism, global refugee governance, and gender regimes subjecting them to multiple forms of structural, gender-based violence.

To expose the history and geopolitics of intersecting oppressive systems working through and upon Palestinian refugee women's gendered bodies in humanitarian settings, the book argues for feminist analysis of the epistemic, settler- colonial violence of anti-Palestinianism, as well as highlights how local women’s groups and frontline workers attempt to fill service gaps. Using a rich theoretical lens to understand women's experiences in refugee camps, this book attempts to decolonise issues around migration, displacement, refugees, and women.

Dr Jabiri has also undertaken research and developed impact case studies that contributed to both knowledge production and policy reform around development issues related to gender equality, gender-based violence during war and conflict in the context of Libya, Syria, Palestine and Yemen. She contributed to several global interdisciplinary action-oriented research projects related to global inequalities and gender-based violence.

Current research:
Dr Jabiri’s current research involves working on a research project on the Silence and Gender-based Sexual Violence (GBSV) during War and Conflict.

The project aims to offer a comprehensive multi-level, interdisciplinary and gender approach to the understanding of GBSV and the silence around it in six countries: Sudan, Yemen, Iraq, Palestine, Jordan, and Lebanon. This aims to fill the knowledge gap between academic research and policy-based research pertaining to the context in which GBSV and rape occur and the factors that lead to women's silence and lack of reporting or disclosure. The project will establish a network of academic and non-academic members who are experts in different conflict and emergency settings contexts, with a long history and experience of working on the issue of rape and sexual violence in the contexts of Iraq, Palestine, Lebanon, Yemen, and Sudan, in addition to academic institutions from the Global North, Britain, USA and Belgium.

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Afni Regita Cahyani Muis

Dosen Prodi Hubungan Internasional, Universitas Darussalam Gontor
A lecturer majoring in International Relations in Universitas Darussalam Gontor who has concentration in political-economic. She has been a contributor to numerous articles, books, and proceedings that relate to International Political Economy. She is too interested in contemporary issues, especially in public policy.

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Afsaneh Razi

Assistant Professor of Information Science, Drexel University
I am an Assistant Professor at the College of Computing and Informatics at Drexel University. I am a Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) researcher who utilizes artificial intelligence to tackle sociotechnical issues using human-centered approaches. My research expertise is positioned at the intersection of HCI, Social Computing, AI/ML, Privacy, and Online Safety. I am passionate about investigating sociotechnical complexities of online harms to design and develop technologies facilitating safer and supportive online interactions, especially for vulnerable populations such as youth.

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Afshan Malik

Reader in Diabetes and Mitochondrial Research, King's College London
I am a molecular biologist with a very keen interest in all things mitochondria. I run a lab in the diabetes dept at King's College London. Our research is focused on the molecular pathways by which oxidative stress induced changes can contribute to diabetic complications and neurodegeneration with a particular interest in the role of mitochondrial dysfunction in this process. Additionally, we are developing methods to measure mitochondrial health and dysfunction in experimental models and humans, and methods to protect mitochondrial health.

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Afshin Jafari

Research fellow, RMIT University

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Afshin Shahi

Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer) in Middle East Politics & International Relations at Keele University, Keele University
Dr Afshin Shahi is an associate professor (senior lecturer ) in Middle East politics and International Relations at Keele University. He obtained both his MA and PhD from the School of Government and International Affairs at Durham University. Prior to joining the School of Social, Political, and Global Studies in 2023, he worked at the universities of Durham, Exeter, and Bradford.

In 2018 he was a visiting research fellow at the European University Institute in Florence. His research interests encompass Iranian politics, climate change and conflict, sectarianism, and political Islam in the Middle East. His articles have appeared in scholarly outlets including the Middle East Journal, the British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, and the Journal of the Royal Society for Asian Affairs.

He is the author of the Politics of Truth Management in Saudi Arabia (Routledge, 2013) and the co-author of a forthcoming book, Iran: the Shia State and the Sunni Minority. He has been part of various editorial boards and for about four years he was an associate editor of the British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies. He is a regular contributor to national and global media outlets including the BBC and Aljazeera. His opinion pieces have appeared in various publications including Forbes magazine, Foreign Policy magazine, and the Conversation. He also actively works with both practitioners and stakeholders in his field. In 2017, he was a recipient of the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Achievement at the University of Bradford.

His research interests include Middle East politics & security, political Islam and religious sectarianism. He is the author of 'The Politics of Truth Management in Saudi Arabia' and a number of peer-reviewed articles. He has contributed to international media outlets including, Al Jazeera, Washington Post, Bloomberg Business, the Telegraph, National Public Radio (US) ITV, Sky News and the BBC.

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Agatha A. van der Klaauw

Clinical Lecturer in Metabolic Medicine, University of Cambridge
I am a Clinical Lecturer in Metabolic Medicine at the University of Cambridge. My research aims to understand the consequences of obesity on hormone regulation and immune function to improve treatment for people living with obesity.

Obesity leads to more frequent and severe infections, which became poignantly visible during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, immune dysfunction in obesity is poorly understood and understudied. Treatment and clinical outcomes of (severe) infections in people with obesity may be improved by understanding the underlying processes that drive immune dysfunction.

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Agelos Delis

Lecturer in Economics, Aston University

I joined Aston Business School in September 2011, having spent the previous two years as Visiting Lecturer at the University of Cyprus. Prior to that, I was for two and a half years Research Fellow at the University of Nottingham.

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Agnès Maillot

Associate Professor, School of Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies, Dublin City University
My main area of research is the conflict in Northern Ireland, and more particularly Sinn Féin and the IRA, on which I have published many books and articles. I also work on post-conflict politics, covering areas such as victims and reconciliation, the legacy of violence,
I also research contemporary Irish society, as well as multiculturalismalism in France and Ireland, and am I currently working on issues of asylum seekers in the French and Irish contexts.

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Agus Wicaksana

PhD Candidate in Operations and Supply Chain Management, The University of Melbourne

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Agustín Joel Fernandes Cabal

Investigador predoctoral en Filosofía, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela
Licenciado en Periodismo por la Universidad de Palermo, en Buenos Aires.
Master en Filosofía por la Universidad de Santiago de Compostela.
Doctorando en Filosofía por la Universidad de Santiago de Compostela.

Desarrollo de proyectos en Doc Land Films
Redactor en Diario ABC entre 2019 y 2020.

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Agustina María Torres Prioris

Profesor Sustituto Interino en el Departamento de Didáctica de la Matemática, de las Ciencias Sociales y de las Ciencias Experimentales, Universidad de Málaga. Miembro del Grupo de Investigación en Enseñanza de las Ciencias y Competencias (ENCIC), Universidad de Málaga
A continuación adjunto una versión resumida de los puntos solicitados de mi curriculum:

-Formación Académica: Doctora en Biología. UMA. 2017; Master en ESO, Bachillerato y FP. UMA. 2015; Master de Fundamentos Celulares y Moleculares de los Seres Vivos. UMA. 2011; Licenciada en Biología. UMA. 2010.

-Experiencia profesional: DOCENCIA, PSI en la UMA. Departamento de Didáctica de las Ciencias Experimentales. Grado en Primaria. 2021-Actualidad. DOCENCIA en FP en TS en Anatomía Patológica, TS en Higiene Bucodental y TS en Laboratorio Clínico. CESUR 2017-Actualidad. DOCENCIA en la asignatura PIM en Botánica, Zoología y Ecología. Grado en Biología, UMA. Curso 2014/15; DOCENCIA en la asignatura de Zoología. Grado en Biología, UMA. Curso 2014/15; DOCENCIA en la asignatura de Zoología. Grado en Biología, UMA. Curso 2013/14; DOCENCIA en la asignatura de PIM en Botánica, Zoología y Ecología Grado en Biología, UMA. Curso 2013/14; Personal Investigador en Formación. UMA. 2011- 2017. Alumna Interna. Departamento de Biología Animal. UMA. 2008-2011. Alumna Interna. Departamento de Biología Celular, Genética y Fisiología. UMA. 2007-2008.

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Ahmad Al-Mallahi

Associate Professor, Engineering, Dalhousie University

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Ahmad Nuril Huda

Lecturer, Universitas Islam Negeri Raden Intan Lampung
Islamic Studies, Anthropology of Religion, New Media Technology, Popular and Visual Culture, Islamic Film.

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Ahmad Syarif

Doctor of International Affairs candidate, Johns Hopkins University

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Ahmed Abdulla

Assistant Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Carleton University
Professor Ahmed Abdulla joined the CU Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering faculty on July 1, 2020. Prof. Abdulla investigates energy system design for deep decarbonization—focusing on the role of disruptive energy technologies that sit at a low level of technical readiness, including energy storage systems, advanced nuclear power, and negative emissions technologies. Prof. Abdulla employs process modeling, systems engineering, engineering economics, and quantitative risk and decision analysis in his research. He also pays special attention to integrating insights from public policy and behavioural science in his models in order to optimize the design and deployment of truly sustainable technologies—ones that are both techno-economically viable and socio-politically acceptable.

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Ahmed Khwaja

Professor of Marketing, Business & Public Enterprise, Head of the Marketing Subject Group, Cambridge Judge Business School
Research interests are primarily in marketing strategy and quantitative marketing, including: health care markets; innovation and market entry; customer and employee relationship management; pharmaceutical R&D, retail chain expansion and growth; and social enterprises in emerging markets.
Specific interests are health-related consumption decisions; market entry, retail chain expansion and firm size dynamics; role of experience spillovers and alliances in pharmaceutical R&D and innovation; effect of employee engagement on customer satisfaction and retention; distortions due to moral hazard & adverse selection in health care markets; and how social enterprises balance their “double bottom line” in resource scarce emerging markets.
Academic and methodological interests include dynamic structural models, estimation of games of strategic interaction, matching estimators, asymmetric information & incomplete markets, simulation based econometric methods, and reinforcement learning.
Subject group: Marketing

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Ahmet Begde

PhD Candidate, Neurorehabilitation, Loughborough University
I am a final year PhD student at Loughborough University with a background in physiotherapy. I have a BSc degree in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation from Pamukkale University in Turkey and an MSc in NeuroPhysiotherapy from the University of Nottingham in the UK. My PhD also focuses on neurorehabilitation and investigates the effectiveness of dual-task exercise training on cognition, mobility and fall risk in people with dementia. I am an HCPC-registered physiotherapist and a Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.

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Aichia Chuang

Professor of Organizational Behavior, University of North Carolina – Greensboro
Aichia Chuang is Professor of Organizational Behavior and PhD Director of Business Administration in the Department of Management, Bryan School of Business and Economics at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Before joining UNCG, she was the Fu-Bon Endowed Chair in Management and Distinguished Professor at the National Taiwan University in Taiwan where she was Professor of Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management in the Department of Business Administration. She earned her doctorate in Human Resources and Industrial Relations from the University of Minnesota and her B.A. in Sociology from the National Taiwan University. She served as visiting scholar at Stanford University in the US and Kyoto University in Japan. Chuang’s research interests include leadership, inclusion (person-environment fit and diversity), cross-cultural management, service climate and service performance, creativity, and multilevel theories and methods. Chuang’s research has appeared in such top journals as the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, Organizational Behavior & Human Decision Processes, Journal of Organizational Behavior, and Harvard Business Review.

Chuang is currently the HR Ambassador of the HR Division of the Academy of Management representing Taiwan. She was a previous Associate Editor of Human Relations (Financial Times 50). She serves or has served on the editorial boards of Academy of Management Journal, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Human Resource Management, Human Resource Management Review, Management and Organization Review, and Asia Pacific Journal of Management.

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Aida Dehkhoda

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington

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Aidan Hehir

I joined the Department of Politics and IR in 2007; previously I worked at the University of Sheffield. I gained my PhD in 2005 from the University of Limerick. Currently I am a Reader in International Relations and Director of the Security and International Relations Programme. My research interests include humanitarian intervention, the responsibility to protect and international human rights law.

I have published a number of books, articles and book chapters on issues related to humanitarian intervention. I am part of a group which was awarded a grant by the ESRC for a two year project on “The Responsibility to Protect and Prosecute: The Political Sustainability of Liberal Norms in an Age of Shifting Power balances”.

I am also Co-Convenor of the BISA Working Group on Intervention and the Responsibility to Protect. I have regularly contributed to current affairs debates through newspapers, blogs, radio and television.

Currently I am supervising three PhD students and I am a member of BISA, the ISA and the PSAI.

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Aidan Horner

Associate Professor in Psychology and Neuroscience, University of York
Psychologist and neuroscientist who conducts research into episodic memory, spatial navigation, forgetting, and sleep. I use experimental psychology, brain imaging (fMRI and MEG), polysomnography, and computational modelling to understanding how the brain allows us to remember things over long periods of time. I am particularly interesting in understanding why and how we forget. Ultimately, I want to know whether we can minimise forgetting when we want to remember things, such as in an educational setting, and increase forgetting when we want to forget, such as when we have intrusive memories of traumatic events.

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Aidan McGartland

PhD student and research assistant, Music Theory, McGill University
I am a doctoral candidate at McGill University, where I am also a research assistant and teaching assistant. My background is in musical performance (classical singing), and I conduct research on twentieth musical modernism (focussing on twelve-tone music and neoclassicism) in the disciplines of music theory and music history. I study underrepresented composers, such as women modernist pioneers Margaret Sutherland and Elisabeth Lutyens. For my research, I employ a range of music theories from both tonal and post-tonal theories. One of my main goals as a scholar is to engage with the general public to educate and disseminate research, facilitating increased musical and cultural literacy in society.

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Aidan Moir

Visiting Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream, University of Toronto
Aidan Moir is a Visiting Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream with the Department of Arts, Culture and Media at the University of Toronto Scarborough. She received her Ph.D. in Communication & Culture from York University.

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Aífe Hopkins-Doyle

Lecturer in Social Psychology, University of Surrey
Dr Aífe Hopkins-Doyle is an Assistant Professor in Social Psychology. Her research explores how people understand and experience the social world with a particular focus on the social-cognitive and ideological factors influencing the accuracy of our judgements about gender relations, social issues, and political actions.

She is the co-lead of the Psychology of Gender and Sexuality Lab at University of Surrey.

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Aileen Editha

PhD Candidate in Law, Queen's University, Ontario
Aileen started her PhD at Queen's Law School in 2021, after obtaining her LLB (Hons) and MJur (without corrections) from Durham University, UK. Her research explores ownership over human biological materials from critical race and feminist lenses. Born and raised in Indonesia, Aileen is an avid reader, serious embroiderer, and serial pet petter.

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Aileen Ionescu-Somers

Lecturer in Entrepreneurship, Université de Lausanne
Dr. Aileen Ionescu-Somers is currently a Lecturer (Chargée de Cours) at University of Lausanne, Faculté de Hautes Etudes Commerciales. Her academic interests are around entrepreneurship, innovation and business sustainability, and she teaches on topics such as strategic sustainability and strategic innovation. Aileen is also Global Entrepreneurship Monitor’s Executive Director and one of the annual GEM Global Report authors. Prior to this, she led research on sustainability at IMD Business School in Lausanne.

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Aimee Bailey

Lecturer in English Language, De Montfort University
I am a discourse analyst interested in the relationship between language and identity, particularly in terms of gender and sexuality.

My research looks at how gender and sexuality are constructed through digital and news media. It makes use of queer theory, feminist theory, corpus linguistics and (multimodal) critical discourse analysis.

I am especially interested in the role of language in issues of inclusion and exclusion, and have examined this in contexts such as queer women's online spaces and the representation of trans athletes.

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Aimee Brett

Lecturer in Ecology & Conservation, Nottingham Trent University
I am a lecturer in Ecology and Conservation at Nottingham Trent University. I am interested in plant ecology and soil science especially in agricultural habitats.

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