Professor Hill is a School Research Lead at York St John University and directs a research group examining the consequences of perfectionism in different achievement contexts. He has co-authored over 60 peer-reviewed papers, 10 book chapters, and edited one book on the topic of perfectionism. His research has been funded by a number of organisations including the Wellcome Trust, The Society for Education, Music and Psychology Research, The Higher Education Academy, and The Harold Hyam Wingate Foundation. It has also been covered extensively in the popular press. He is currently the Senior Section Editor of Scandinavian Journal of Sports Medicine and an editorial board member of two other international journals.Samantha has been a forensic scientist since 2002 and is one of only a small number of Forensic Entomologists in the UK who are actively involved in casework. Having been cross-trained within Biology, Drugs and Ecology departments, she has conducted hundreds of laboratory, scene and mortuary examinations. With extensive experience across a range of forensic, medical and veterinary case types, she is regularly involved in multi-disciplinary investigations and delivering forensic training for professional practice.