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EOSIG Members

Below is a current list of all those who are members of the EOSIG.


Emma Frew
Members (listed alphabetically by last name)
Magda Aguiar UK 
Olufunke Alaba South Africa 
Ayesha Ali US 
Nasim B. Ferdows US 
Adriana Barone Italy
Nicole Black Australia 
Jonathan Briody Ireland
Heather Brown UK
Vicki Brown Australia 
Julie Campbell Australia
Alastair Canaway UK 
Francesco (Paolo) Candio UK
Larissa B. Cardoso Brazil
John Cawley US
Susan Chen US
Gabriella Conti UK
Laura Cornelsen UK 
Paul Crosland Australia 
John Cullinan Ireland
Shahd Daher Canada
Apostolos Davillas UK 
Padraig Dixon UK 
Eleonora Fichera UK
Heather Gage UK
Neeru Gupta Canada
Grace Hampson UK
Alison Hayes Australia
Bruce Hollingsworth UK
Jaana Kari  Finland 
Bhagyashree Katare US
Emily Lancsar Australia
Thomas Lung Australia
Jonas M. Kinge Norway 
Norman Maldonado Colombia
Ceu Mateus UK
Paul McNamee UK
Murat Mercan Turkey
Toni Mora Spain
Steve Morris UK
John Moss Australia
Peng Nie  China
Yemi Oluboyede  UK
Alfredo R Paloyo Australia 
Michelle Queally  Ireland 
Patricia Ritter US
Bjoern Schwander Germany 
Arturo Schweiger Argentina
Paul Scuffham Australia
Rich Smith UK 
Rebeca Souza Brazil 
Jay A. Stiles  Australia
Trudy Sullivan New Zealand
Jaana T. Kari Finland
Eng Joo (Andrew) Tan  Australia 
Fern Terris-Prestholt UK
Evelyn Thsehla South Africa
Andres Vecino-Ortiz Colombia
Lennert Veerman Australia

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