Ambassadors of the Royal Microscopical Society
Would you like to take a more active role in the Society?
The RMS are looking for Ambassadors to help raise our profile and promote our activites.
Ambassadors raise awareness of RMS activities, support local members and encourage new members. From putting up posters which advertise our meetings and courses to promoting specific activities via emails or other suitable routes, there are many ways you could help the RMS.
We will also look to hold feeback sessions with Ambassadors, to gather your thoughts on our activities and any ideas you have for raising profile of the RMS.
If you are interested in becoming an Ambassador of the Royal Microscopical Society please contact Kate Jermey.
Trevor Almeida, University of Glasgow
Kurt Anderson, The Francis Crick Institute
Sally Boxall, University of Leeds
Susan Brooks, Oxford Brookes University
Xiaohui Chen, University of Manchester
Mariana De Niz, Instituto de Medicina Molecular
Helen Ferry, Experimental Medicine Division
Andrew Filby, Newcastle University
Yanping Guo, Imperial College London
Yasmin Haque, King's College London
Pippa Hawes, The Pirbright Institute
Tim Hawkins, University of Durham
Stephanie Höhn, University of Cambridge
Alex Laude, Newcastle University
Céline Loussert, EPFL
Emma McDermott, National University of Ireland Galway
Sebastian Munck, VIB BioImaging Core
Niga Nawroly, ACEA Biosciences
Volodymyr Nechyporuk-Zloy, The Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology
Liam Rooney, University of Strathclyde
Jessica Rowley, Imperial College London
Rebecca Saleeb, Queen Mary University of London
Alan Simm, Liverpool John Moores University
Jennifer Simpson, The Pirbright Institute
Alex Sossick, University of Cambridge
Kees Straatman, University of Leicester
Phillipa Timmins, Aurox Ltd.
Kathryn White, Newcastle University
Xiang li Zhong, The University of Manchester