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Welcome to the Regenerative Medicine Institute (REMEDI®)

Stem Cell Biology

Dr. Kieran Ryan

REMEDI Programme Manager

Kieran is responsible for coordinating and managing activities at REMEDI. This includes intellectual property management, graduate study programmes, financial management and outreach programmes.

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Martin Madill

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

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Georgina Shaw

Research Associate

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Mikey Creane

Mikey's research is in examining the role of modified human endothelial progenitor cells and mesenchynal stem cells in the treatment of cardiovasuclar disease.

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Maojia Xu

Research Technician

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Min Liu

Characterisation of novel biomarkers for schizophrenia.

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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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Prof. Frank Barry

Scientific Director of REMEDI

The therapeutic application of adult stem cells, especially mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) from bone marrow.

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Clara Sanz Nogués

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

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Dr. Bairbre McNicholas

Bairbre's research is focusing on diabetic kidney disease (diabetic nephrology), in particular looking at approaches used in vivo animal and human studies.

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David Browe

Gene therapy, Mesenchymal stem cells

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Dr. Siti Ismail

Siti's research is investigating the mechanism of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) in mediated cardiac repair

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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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Dr. Roisin Dwyer

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

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