The Lincoln Leads series for 2022 was organised by Lincoln MCR’s Academic Representatives with the assistance of the MCR Academic team.

MCR Academic Reps 2021/2

Joanna - 2021-2 'Organisers' Bio Photo

Joanna Smith (DPhil in History). Joanna is a second-year DPhil student in History, researching the representation of King Charles II of England in colonial territories (1660-1685). She holds an AHRC Open-Oxford-Cambridge DTP studentship and is a Clarendon and a Lincoln Kingsgate scholar. Prior to studying at Lincoln, Joanna completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Oxford and gained several years of professional experience, including in management consultancy. She returned to academia in 2019-20, completing an MPhil in Early Modern History at the University of Cambridge. Beyond her immediate research, Joanna’s academic interests include exploring the socio-political power of cultural media, and engaging in discussion and debate on almost any subject. She is also an enthusiastic cyclist and cook.

Annalisa Hauck (DPhil in Paediatrics)

Annalisa - 2021-2 'Organisers' Bio PhotoAnnalisa is a second-year DPhil student in Paediatrics and a member of the Paediatric Neuroimaging Group. Her research uses different neuroimaging techniques and focusses on improving how pain is assessed and treated in hospitalised neonates. She was awarded various scholarships and grants, including an Annual Scholarship by the Swiss Study Foundation and a Young Investigator Start-Up Grant by the European Society for Paediatric Research. Prior to her DPhil studies she qualified as a physician in Switzerland and currently holds a medical licence both in Switzerland and the UK. In her spare time she particularly enjoys rowing with Lincoln College Boat Club, travelling and engaging in interdisciplinary discussions.


MCR Academic Team 2021/2

Arnau Bertran – DPhil in Inorganic Chemistry

Ashley Castelino – DPhil in Old Norse Literature

Benjamin Stuckelberger – MSc in Criminology and Criminal Justice

Julia Johnstone -DPhil in Inflammatory and Musculoskeletal Disease

Selina Abacherli – DPhil in Socio-Legal Studies

Simon Heller – DPhil in English

And others!

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