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Siobhán Grayson is a PhD candidate at the Insight Centre for Data Analytics, and the School of Computer Science, University College Dublin.

Her research focuses on mapping the behavioral changes of participants in online social networks such as Reddit. As a visiting Fulbright student at the Berkman Klein Centre, Siobhan is collaborating with BKC Founder and Faculty Director, Professor Charles Nesson, to explore the dynamics of deliberation across offline and pseudonymous online discourse spaces. She is founder and co-organizer of PyData Dublin, the Irish chapter of the global PyData community for data scientists to share ideas, network, and learn about best practices and emerging technologies. In 2017, Siobhan was named Data Science Student of the Year at the DatSci Awards for her work on automated anomaly detection with the Curtiss-Wright group. Prior to starting her doctorate, Siobhan completed an MSc. in Computer Science at University College Dublin and holds a BA in Physics from Trinity College Dublin.