Meet Diana Lucia, a developmental neuroscientist and science communicator, passionate about engaging the public with science and inspiring the next generation of scientists!

Diana is in the final year of her PhD in developmental neuroscience at the School of Medicine, University of Queensland, Australia. Her research is focused on the impact of maternal alcohol consumption around the time of conception on cognitive outcomes in offspring. Along with her research Diana is also a science communicator and is the founder of a science communications and consultancy firm. Her work has featured online, in print and on the radio with her interests and expertise stretching across several areas: neuroscience, promoting scientific inquiry and STEM education, advocating for women in science and examining the important issues of science in society.