RESEARCHER, FACILITATOR AND BROADCASTER IN GENDER Dr. Emily Grossman is an expert in molecular biology and genetics, with a Double First in Natural Sciences from Queens’ College Cambridge and a PhD in cancer research. She also trained and worked as an actress, and now combines her skills as a science broadcaster and educator; teaching maths and sciences at all academic levels and explaining science for a wide range of TV and radio programmes and at live events. Emily is a resident science expert on ITV’s The Alan Titchmarsh Show, Discovery Channel’s How Do They Do It? and Sky1’s celebrity panel-show Duck Quacks Don’t Echo, hosted by Lee Mack. She has also appeared as a science expert on BBC Breakfast, ITV’s This Morning, Channel 4’s Food Unwrapped, CNN, BBC World News, The One Show, and London Live’s Not the One Show. Emily has been interviewed on Radio 4’s Last Word, Radio 5 live’s Daily Bacon, BBC World Service’s Newshour and LBC Radio and she is a regular guest on the Guardian Science Weekly podcast. She is also the voice of Oxford University Press’s MyMaths. Emily has hosted events, chaired discussions, spoken on panels and given talks for The Royal Society, The Science Museum, The Academy of Medical Sciences, The Royal Institution, The Royal Statistical Society, Cheltenham Science Festival and Science Showoff, and she has spoken at many schools and universities. She is also a passionate advocate for gender equality in science and has spoken about it many times on Sky News, at the Feminism in London conference and the Women of the World Festival, and in a Tedx talk. Emily also works as a freelance communication and media skills trainer and has run sessions for the Society of Biology and for the Famelab International science communication competition, and she has been a judge for the Institute of Ideas Debating Matters competition.