Yewande Pearse

is a trained neuroscientist and science communicator who has dedicated over 10 years of research to understanding rare genetic brain disorders at both King’s College London and The Lundquist Institute at Harbor-UCLA. Her communication work exists at the intersection of science and culture, where she strives to make science accessible for all. She's produced and hosted science podcasts including Sound Science on Dublab Radio, and has collaborated with Headspace, The Natural History Museum, Science Gallery Detroit, NAVEL, Fathomers, Massive Science, TEDMED, and more.