Matthew SeahVice-President/Academic Officer
Alexis StatzSocial and Dining Officer
Jordi BuckleySocial and Dining Officer
Chantelle DoranWelfare Officer
Gabriela Montejo-KovacevichWelfare Officer
Tom WhiteEnvironmental Officer
Sasha SneydEnvironmental Officer
Charlotte MagisterGeneral Member
Dillon RinauroWelfare Officer
Christophe GillainSports Officer
Matthias SchneiderAcademic Officer
As SBR President, my role is to represent the SBR’s interests with college and collaborating with the JCR. I want to ensure that our community is welcoming, inclusive and fun, and a place where everybody feels at home. I am responsible for the smooth running of the SBR, listening to your ideas and concerns, and being your voice in college and beyond. Do get in touch with any questions, comments, or suggestions about any facet of College life.
Outside of the SBR, I am a third year Geophysics PhD student, imaging the subsurface beneath Southeast Asia using seismic tomography. When I am not on Stack Overflow, you can find me hitting the gym, making my favourite carrot cake or enjoying a G&T in one of Cambridge’s pubs.
3rd year PhD in Surgery. Serial chips and beans eater. Occasional rower and frequent traveller. Quite possibly the only medic who isn’t a results-oriented team player with first-rate interpersonal skills.
As the academic officer, I organise events which include the Lightning Talks and the annual Graduate Research Conference. Do get in touch with ideas/requests and I look forward to meeting you!
Hey! I’m Ryan—a third year PhD student studying Alzheimer’s disease. As Treasurer, I‘ve taken the SBR budget under my wing. With the utmost care, I guarantee that assets will equal liabilities and shareholders’ equity. Feel free to reach out to me with questions on how to maximise our return on investment!
My name is Chantelle and I’m a 5th year medical student. As part of your welfare team, my role is make sure you feel involved within John’s and the SBR, and I’m here if you ever need anyone to talk to. We will also organise some amazing events for you all to enjoy and ensure you have some wonderful memories of your time here!
Hi, I’m Gabby- a fourth year PhD student in evolutionary biology. As welfare officer I take part in college meetings surrounding mental and physical health provisioning and organise welfare events/projects. I can always listen to any issues or concerns you may have, as well as point you in the right direction to access the range of services the university provides. Welfare officers also distribute sexual health products and menstrual cups to anyone that wants one. Get in touch!
Hey, I’m Sasha, a third-year PhD student from the Optoelectronics group in the Physics department. I’m also an environmental officer in the SBR committee, and that means part of my job is to promote sustainable initiatives within the SBR and the wider College. Get in touch in you have any ideas on how to make John’s a more sustainable and equitable place!
Hi, I’m Charlotte, a MPhil student studying Computer Science. I recently joined the committee as a general member. I am looking forward to some great events this year!
Hi! I’m Dillon, a second year PhD student in Chemistry at the Centre for Misfolding Diseases where I research protein misfolding and its relationship with neurodegeneration. I’m the Welfare Officer for the SBR, where my primary job to help you feel welcomed, included, and heard at St John’s. I’m also responsible for distributing hygiene products and sexual health supplies to keep you happy and healthy! The Welfare Team and I are here to support you as best as we can, so whether a great idea for an event, something weighing you down, or anything related to your wellbeing, never hesitate to reach out. I’m always happy to chat!
I’m a third-year PhD student in History and I’m the Sports Officer for the SBR. My job is to promote and facilitate fitness and sporting events in the College.
If you have any questions or requests please get in touch!
As a workaholic, third-year PhD student in Biophysical Chemistry, I am interested in gaining insights in protein-protein interactions and their association with diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease.
As an Academic Officer, it is my privilege to enhance interdisciplinary exchange between the highly interesting and various areas graduate students at SJC are performing research in. In particular, I organise academic events such as Grad Talks and Graduate Conferences – both of which are accompanied by food and drinks!
Hi, I’m Harry and I am in charge of this site! I also sit on the College IT committee, addressing any questions/issues postgraduate students have with IT in college.
I am also the Men’s Captain for the College’s boat club, LMBC.