Dr Jude Dineley
Researcher and Science Communicator in Bavaria, Germany
I am a researcher and science communicator working at the University of Augsburg in the Chair of Embedded Intelligence for Health Care and Wellbeing and freelance. My scientific background is medical physics. I have a PhD in ultrasound imaging from the University of Edinburgh and clinical experience in radiotherapy physics, having worked in hospitals in the UK, Ireland and Australia.
In my current research role, I contribute to the RADAR-CNS project, providing general project support and management in the Data Analysis & Biosignatures work package. I also provide academic editing and proofing, manage the chair website and facilitate communications and outreach activities of the chair.
As a freelance science writer, I have researched and written articles for specialist and popular media. My work has been published in Physics World, medicalphysicsweb (a former Physics World sister site), The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings blog, Science Meets Business, Cosmos magazine, Australian Geographic and several careers and educational resources.
Find further information and links to examples of my writing on my LinkedIn page at the link below. If you’d like to get in touch, do say hello through one of the links below.