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BA Hons, BSc Hons, MSc, PhD, CPsychol Sarah Bauermeister - Associate Professor of Cognitive Neuropsychology

Sarah Bauermeister

Interested in: supporting early career researchers and women in science climbing the academic career ladder.

Michael Colwell

Michael Colwell

Interested in: student and early career researcher welfare, particularly peer support and promoting healthy work-life balance.

MA (Cantab) DClinPsych Louise Dalton - Associate Professor & Consultant Clinical Psychologist

Louise Dalton

Interested in: all aspects of welfare and harassment.

BSc, MSc, DPhil Marieke Martens - NIHR Oxford Health BRC Senior Postdoctoral researcher

Marieke Martens

Interested in: all welfare issues, specifically the welfare of students and early career researchers.

DClinPsych Rebecca Murphy - Senior Research Clinician and Hon Clinical Psychologist

Rebecca Murphy

Interested in: all welfare issues 

PhD Erdem Pulcu - Postdoctoral Researcher

Erdem Pulcu

Interested in: race equality, mental well-being and early careers.

Dr. rer. nat. Andrea Reinecke - Associate Professor

Andrea Reinecke

Interested in: race/nationality equality, gender equality and balancing career and family.

Esther Teo

Esther Teo

Interested in: mental well-being, gender and race equality, and any harassment-related issues