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Stem Cell Biology

David Browe

Gene therapy, Mesenchymal stem cells

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Aleksandra Leszczynska

The Role of Vascular Stem Cells in pathogenesis of Atherosclerosis

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Dr. Zsolt Fábián

Zsolt is investigating the hypoxia-response of human mesenchymal stem cells within cellular and molecular biology.

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Dr. Elizabeth Clayton

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) can be directed to differentiate into various cell types that produce different tissues including fat, bone and cartilage. Elizabeth is studying transcriptional networks in MSCs as part of the Systems Biology Ireland group.

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Dr. Aline Morrison

Mesenchymal stem cells, Haematopoietic stem cells, Stem Cell Biology

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Georgina Shaw

Research Associate

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Clara Sanz Nogués

Cardiovasular, Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs), Angiogenic potential of microencapsulated MSCs

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Martin Madill

Development of human artificial chromosomes for gene therapy in induced pluripotent stem cells.

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Prof. John Laffey

Professor of Anaesthesia, NUI Galway

Acute Lung Injury – pathogenesis and therapeutic strategies. Development of therapeutic strategies for acute lung injury and ARDS

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Prof. Uri Frank

Professor of Zoology

Developmental Biology, Stem Cells in animals and marine organisms, the manipulation of key stem cells and their derivatives

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Dr. Sean Dinneen

Consultant Endocrinologist, Galway University Hospitals

Interests are delivering programmes of self-management education for people with diabetes and developing optimal models of community-based diabetes care.

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Min Liu

Characterisation of novel biomarkers for schizophrenia.

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Dr. Roisin Dwyer

Roisin investigates the potential of human MSCs as vectors for therapeutic gene delivery to breast tumor tissue

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Michael Conall Dennedy

Conall's research looks at how inflammation and immune function contributes to the development of the metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes mellitus in obesity.

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