Paula Roberts

Professor, Trinity College Dublin

Mollie O'Neill

MSc Student in Diagnostics and Precision Medicine, DCU

Maria Jose Santos-Martinez

Assistant Professor, Trinity College Dublin

Dr Maria J Santos-Martinez is a medical doctor Specialist in Respiratory Medicine from the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona (Spain) She started her training as basic researcher in The Brown Foundation Institute of Molecular Medicine for the Prevention of Human Diseases at UTHealth (University of Texas Health Science-Houston-USA) in 2004. In 2006 she moved to Ireland and defended her PhD in 2009 (Trinity College Dublin) She was appointed as Assistant Professor (Ussher) in Nanopharmaceutical Drug Discovery (School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences & School of Medicine) in 2010. Her research interests are mainly focused on blood platelets - cancer - nanoparticles and their interactions: Application of Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Dissipation (QCM-D) technology to platelets, cancer cells and nanomaterials. Platelet biology and pharmacology. Contribution of platelets to cancer progression (tumor invasion, angiogenesis and blood metastastasis). Nanoparticle-cell and nanoparticle-platelet interactions (Nanotoxicology). Interactions between nanoparticles developed for drug delivery, their targets and the potential barriers that they have to be overcome to exert their action.
Luke Fehily

Student, Trinity College Dublin

Final year Nanoscience student at Trinity College Dublin with experience in academic research, public relations, event planning, and education. Worked as Auditor of the College Historical Society, a metallurgist in DePuySynthes J&J Orthopaedics, and an undergraduate researcher in batteries/energy storage.
Lewys Jones

Ussher Assistant Professor in Ultramicroscopy, Trinity College Dublin

Joel McKeever (He/Him)

Student Employability Officer (Laidlaw Programme Coordinator), Trinity College Dublin

Joel is the Student Employability Officer with the Trinity Careers Service. He manages a range of  co-curricular student development projects, including the Trinity Employability Awards and the Laidlaw Programme.

As the Laidlaw coordinator for Trinity he coordinates leadership development activities, student coaching, and the day-to-day support of the Laidlaw Scholars.

Prior to joining the Careers Service, he worked in Trinity's Academic Registry as a Team Manager (Communications and Human Resources) with a focus on developing modern and inclusive support services for students and staff. He has previously worked with Trinity's Office of Global Relations to develop the Global Room and Campus Visit initiatives for international students.

He is a founder and former Chair of Trinity's LGBT Staff Network and is committed to Trinity's mission of fostering excellence by empowering accessibility and diversity in higher education. A graduate of Trinity, he holds a B.A. (Mod.) in English Studies, a Diploma in Learning and Development (CIPD), and was conferred with a Master in Arts (Dubl.).

Jason Basquill

Student, Trinity College Dublin

Harry O'Brien

Student, Trinity College Dublin

Denis Barry

Assistant Professor , Trinity College Dublin

Anatomy and Biomedical Research
Daniel Hall

PhD Student , Trinity College Dublin

Damien Doherty

Medical Student, Trinity College Dublin

Currently studying Medicine at Trinity College Dublin. I have a broad interest in the medical sciences and specific interests in metabolism, lifestyle medicine, and emerging therapeutics for diseases of modern civilisation.
Conor Fitzmaurice

Intercalated MSc (Molecular Medicine) Student , Trinity College Dublin

Ceola Maria Daly

Student, Trinity College Dublin

I am an English and Drama student in Trinity College Dublin with special interest in Shakespeare studies and performance.
Ben McConkey

Student, Trinity College Dublin

Anne Marie Healy

Professor of Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology, Trinity College Dublin

Anna Davies

Professor, Trinity College Dublin

Anna Davies is Professor of Geography, Environment and Society at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, where she directs the Environmental Governance Research Group. Widely published in the fields of environmental decision making and sustainable development, Anna is a member of the Royal Irish Academy and the International Science Council. She advises government through her membership of Ireland’s National Climate Change Advisory Council and is a Board Member of the European Roundtable on Sustainable Consumption and Production, a founding member of Future Earth’s Knowledge Action Network (KAN) on Systems of Sustainable Consumption and Production and is on the Board of The Rediscovery Centre in Dublin, Ireland’s National Centre for the Circular Economy and a creative space connecting people, ideas and resources for greener living in Ireland.
Andrew Cleary

Student, Trinity College Dublin

Alison Fernandes

Assistant Professor, Trinity College Dublin

I'm an Assistant Professor in Philosophy at Trinity College Dublin (University of Dublin). I work in metaphysics and philosophy of science, with a particular focus on temporal asymmetries, physics and agency.
Aline Vidotto

Supervisor, Trinity College Dublin

Alannah Grealy

Medical student, REDEEM group

My research interest revolves around the cingulum bundle, it’s relation to depression and potential to emerge as a biomarker for disease progression