ECRs

netECR is comprised of ECRs from different labs and institutions across the globe. Learn more about each one of us by clicking on the names displayed on this page. If you are a suicide and self-harm Early Career Researcher*, get in touch and be involved. Together we can do more!

Eleanor Bailey
Piumee Bandara
Katherine Bird

Victoria Boelman
Lana Bojanić
Allie Bond

Katherine Brown
Sadhbh Byrne
Hilary Causer
Leanne Cook
Laura del Carpio
Holly Dale

Caroline Daly
Lakmini De Silva
Justine Dickhoff
Valerie J. Douglas
Elizabeth (Liz) Dudeney

Helen Fay
Sophia Fedorowicz
Austin J. Gallyer
Hayley Gorton
Ilana Gratch
John F. Gunn III
Kamelia Harris
Lauren Harris
Stephanie Hannam-Swain
Laura Hemming
Nicole Hill
Emily Hielscher
Kerry Hozhabrafkan
Charlotte Huggett
Cheryl Hunter
Ian Hussey
Emily Hutchinson

Julie Janssens
Andrea Kaniuka
Alexandr Kasal
Katerina Kavalidou
Olivia Kirtley

Duleeka (Dee) Knipe
Jessica Leather
Nadja Lederer
Kai Lim

Ryn Linthicum
Donna Littlewood
Becky Mars
Andre Mason
Hazel Marzetti
Martina McGrath
Andrew McMahon
Faraz Mughal
Rebecca Musgrove
Emma Nielsen
Hilary Norman
Nicolas Oakey-Frost
Prianka Padmanathan
Abigail Paterson
Mirabel Pelton
Rosie Pendrous
Tyler R. Pritchard
Simo Raittila
Erik Reinbergs
Cara Richardson
Elystan Roberts
Kealagh Robinson
Olivia Rogerson
Kirsten Russell
Kim Setkowski
Corbin J. Standley
Sarah Sullivan

Isabela Troya
Nienke van Alphen

Wouter van Ballegooijen
Joeri Vandewalle
Andrea Vaughan

Catharina Voss
Karen Wetherall
A. Jess Williams
Meryem Betul Yasdiman
Tiago C. Zortea


*There is no agreed definition of Early Career or Early-Stage Researcher; differing research bodies, funding bodies and institutions define the terms differently, often based on the time since beginning or completing postgraduate or doctoral study or the point at which a contract of employment is held with the primary function of research or research and teaching. netECR is an international community. Given the differing structures and durations of postgraduate training internationally, we loosely define ‘Early Career Researchers’ as those who do not hold a permanent contract of employment where research or research and teaching is the primary function.