Currently: Teaching Fellow in Anthropology
Highest qualification: Doctorate (PhD, DPhil)
June 2016: The gendered-brain. Panel event at Cheltenham Science Festival
March 2015: Getting down to business: What is “sex” anyway? Public talk at Wellcome Sexology Season, Manchester
January 2015: Bending the rules: exploring the social construction of gender. Interactive sessions hosted at the Wellcome Collection Institute of Sexology, London
March 2014; Beard, penis, toolbox: addressing heteronormativity and cis-sexism in scientific studies of sex and gender. CatalystCon West workshop, Washington, DC
September 2013: Holy morphometrics, Batman: Shape and the Dark Night. British Science Festival, Newcastle.
February 2013: Gay penguins, straight science: Sexual orientation and identity. Public lecture, Durham University LGBT Awareness Month.
February 2012: It’s not like the Easter Bunny… how to win arguments with homophobes. Public lecture, invited by Durham University LGBTA.
2012: Regular appearances as expert on sex and sexuality on BBC Radio Newcastle
September 2011: Nothing but mammals; sex and human nature. Invited speaker at British Science Festival, Bradford.
February 2010: Science, sexuality and me. Public lecture, hosted by Durham University LGBTA
August 2010: Interviewed on Human attraction by BBC Radio Newcastle.
June 2008: Beautiful Beings panel member. Cheltenham Science Festival
2006: Interview on humans and pheromones. The Chris Evans Show, BBC Radio 2.
2005: Appeared as expert on symmetry in human facial attractiveness. 10 Years Younger, Channel 4 (Maverick).
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