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Dr. William Cawthorn
Will is a Senior Lecturer and Principal Investigator at the University of Edinburgh in the Centre for Cardiovascular Science. His research focuses on exploring novel roles of bone marrow adipose tissue in health and disease. Will is passionate about research culture, science policy and communication. He is the University of Edinburgh Open Research Ambassador for LERU (The League of European Research Universities) and the local network lead for the UK Reproducibility Network. He is a strong supporter of the Edinburgh Open Research Initiative.
Emma is a PhD student at the University of Edinburgh in the CAMARADES research group. Her research focuses on evidence synthesis. Emma is an open research enthusiast and has previously helped to develop training materials for the UK Reproducibility Network. Emma co-organises Edinburgh ReproducibiliTea events.
Sumbul is currently pursuing a MSc in the Psychology of Mental Health (conversion) at the School of Health in Social Science. Sumbul is an organiser and blogger at Edinburgh ReproducibiliTea.
Amber is a Science and Technology in Society (SaTiS) postgraduate student. Her background is in the performing arts and the natural sciences, and she is keen on studying how knowledge is co-produced between interdisciplinary actors and how expertise is established in such collaborations. Amber hopes to share the importance of open research and accessible science communication with early-career researchers and established academics alike.
Joana is currently pursuing her MPhys Astrophysics degree at the University of Edinburgh. She is keen on promoting public and societal engagement with open and FAIR research, and has previously helped increase awareness and provide training in good research practices for a variety of audiences.