Andrew Watt is a writer, presenter and performer with a background in neuroscience and improvisation. He completed his PhD at the University of Melbourne in 2014 where he focused on unraveling the complexities of diagnosing and treating Alzheimer’s disease. Despite his efforts the disease remains firmly raveled, though he likes to think he picked at the fraying edges of it for a while. He is a vocal advocate of open science and believes that science and all it’s joys and frustrations should be available to everyone. In fact it’s one of the reasons he started this blog.
When he’s not writing Andrew, can be found performing in Small Car, with his good friends Mario and Broni, at The Improv Conspiracy. Or boring people at parties with highly detailed discussions of what his research actually entailed.
Andrew can be found on most social media platforms (links in the sidebar). So feel free to get in touch there or via the contact page.