I am an experienced and enthusiastic communicator that shares the realities of science in an engaging and interactive way. Through over 50 presentations in Australia and abroad, I have developed a reputation as an influential speaker, suitable for large professional events, primary school graduations and anything in between.
- Invited speaker, Victorian Government Medical Research Report Launch, Creating a Healthy Future, 2021.
- Keynote, 2019 Tournament of Minds, Victorian State Final (Attendance of 1000+).
- Keynote, 2020 Melbourne STEM Conference.
- Keynote, 2018 La Trobe University Postgraduate Expo.
- Invited speaker, the Indonesian women in society conference, WOSQUAL, 2020.
- Invited speaker, Montmorency Primary School Year 6 Graduation 2020.
- Selected speaker, Nerd Nite Melbourne (sold out), 2021.
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What do onions and cancer have in common?.. Layers upon layers of tear-jerking complexity. With my background in cell biology and genetics, I peel back the layers one by one, providing an insight into the complex task of developing ‘the cure for cancer’.
Produced by La Trobe University, learn about our latest study uncovering a novel role of cell death during influenza A virus infection (aka, the flu).
In 2020, La Trobe University launched their latest advertising campaign 'Reunions' featuring proud and successful alumni, and their exceptional academic mentors.
Every year our workplaces are transitioning into a more modern and progressive world. But, how does this shape our industries? Hear the perspectives from a female dominated panel on the 'Future of Work'.
Do you know what your body is made from? What about your cells? Tune into a live interview with the ABC's Kate O'Toole, when we discussed 'what are our cells made out of'. Find the affiliated article in The Conversation here.
To celebrate the 2019 International Womens Day, I initiated a project with La Trobe University to showcase women in science. Hear the inspiring experiences and advice from three female scientists in three different career stages.
Check out this video interview with the fantastic La Trobe University Undergraduate media program, Upstart. This interview piece highlights my experience as a final stage PhD student, social media enthusiast and proud woman in STEM.
Our immune system goes to extraordinary lengths to maintain our health. Although complex, immunology has never sounded better than at the Triple R studio which breaks down science weekly with Dr Shane Huntington. Check out one of three of my interviews on Einstein A Go-Go below!
The cell death field is amazing. Everyday, new discoveries are piecing together the complex pathways that control our cells final moments and it's role in disease. Hear my first podcast interview with SFS when we talked everything cell death.
Featuring in the Herald Sun's '25 under 25, Young People to Watch' was one of my most proud moments to date. Between the Olympic athletes and business entrepreneurs, check out my interview with the state leading newspaper about my life as a 25 year old scientist.