Dr Caitlin Curtis
Research Fellow and Lecturer
The University of Queensland
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Dr Caitlin Curtis is a Research Fellow and Lecturer at The University of Queensland. Caitlin comes from a robust science foundation in genomics with subsequent training and experience in policy and communication. More recently, her work has expanded to be more interdisciplinary, investigating the impact of science and emerging technology on society – with a particular focus on trust in artificial intelligence and DNA technologies. At UQ, Caitlin has led the creation and teaching for the new Responsible AI course in the Master of Business Analytics Program, and coordinates and moderates the ’Ask Me Anything about AI’ series with the UQ AI Collaboratory.
Caitlin has published in journals such as AI and Ethics, Computers in Human Behavior, the European Symposium on Research in Computer Security, the Medical Journal of Australia, and Genetics in Medicine. She is a past recipient of the ABC’s Top 5 Scientist Media Residency Award, and the Australian Institute of Science & Policy Tall Poppy Science Award, recognizing excellence in both research and science communication.