The University of Cincinnati’s Science Policy Ambassadors are excited to host a series of talks this semester. Below is the schedule with links to the virtual talks, along with the speakers who will be presenting. Descriptions will be available shortly before each talk. Follow @SPAUCS for updates!
Tuesday, February 2nd at 5:30pm: Naomi Charalambakis, PhD (FASEB)
Registration link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUqc-GrqzwjH9GY0Fo-Jvu6gor5RKoKk98n
Naomi Charalambakis, PhD, is a Senior Science Policy Analyst for the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), a coalition of 29 scientific societies collectively representing over 130,000 individual biological and biomedical researchers. In this role, she leads efforts of FASEB’s Animals in Research and Education working group, developing policy statements, tracking congressional legislation and agency directives related to animal use in federal research, and creating resources for the lab animal community.
Monday, March 1st at 5:00pm: Sheeva Azma, MS (Former Legislative Intern)
A freelance science writer since 2013, Azma recently founded her own science writing company, Fancy Comma, LLC (www.fancycomma.com). She has also advocated for science on Capitol Hill and has served as a legislative intern in a House office. Sheeva’s work has been published in The Motley Fool, The Xylom, The Kim Komando Show, and LifeWire.
Tuesday, March 23rd at 5:00pm: Cameron L. Tracy, PhD (Kendall Global Security Fellow)
Cameron Tracy on nuclear arms control and the interface between science and security policy. His current research involves analysis and modeling of the flight conditions of hypersonic weapons in order to determine their effects on global strategic stability.
Monday, April 12 at 4:00pm : Matt Robson, PhD (Assistant Professor at UC College of Medicine)