Postdoctoral Fellow, Australian Synchrotron
Melbourne, Australia, New Zealander
Katie Sizeland is a Postdoctoral Fellow on the Small Angle X-ray Scattering beamline at the Australian Synchrotron, part of ANSTO. Originally from New Zealand, Katie obtained a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering and Nanotechnology and a PhD in Engineering from Massey University before moving to Melbourne in 2016. Katie’s research explores the nanostructure of collagen, one of nature’s building blocks, and bridges the gap between synchrotron-based science and industry, leading to real-life benefits in the biomedical and agricultural industries. Katie is passionate about science outreach and gender equity in STEM. Katie loves new adventures, travelling the world, hiking and running.