Administration

 Debbie Monroe

Technical

Dr. Louise O'Connor

Research

Dr Aoife Joyce - Postdoctoral Researcher

Dr Kelly Fitzhenry - Postdoctoral Researcher

Ms. Niamh Cahill - Research Assistant

Ms. Blathnaid Mahon - Postgraduate Student

Ms. Brigid Hooban - Postgraduate Student

Academic

Academic Staff and Researchers

Staff Name Type Subject Area Phone

Carina Brehony - Postdoctoral Researcher

Carina joined the ARME group in 2015 as a postdoctoral researcher.

About

 

Contact Details:
Email:   aoife.joyce@nuigalway.ie 
Phone: +353 91-542686
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9248-8629
ResearchGate:  https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Aoife_Joyce

Location: Discipline of Bacteriology, Room 2008 Clinical Science Institute, National University of Ireland Galway, Galway, Ireland              

Position: Postdoctoral Researcher

Research Area: One Health European Joint Project 

Qualifications:
2018-present Postdoctoral Researcher NUI Galway
2016-2018 Postdoctoral Researcher NUI Maynooth
2011-2016 PhD Microbiology NUI Galway
2007-2011  BSc Microbiology NUI Galway

Publications:

A. Joyce, U. Ijaz, C. Nzeteu, A. Vaughan, S. Shirran, C. H. Botting, C. Quince, V. O’Flaherty & F. Abram. (2018) Linking Microbial Community Structure and Function During the Acidified Anaerobic Digestion of Grass. Frontiers in Microbiology (doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2018.00540)

 

Oral presentations:

A. Joyce, U. Ijaz, C. Quince, V. O’Flaherty & F. Abram. Grass Anaerobic Digestion: Microbial community structure and function. SGM Conference held in NUI Galway, June 2015.

A. Joyce, U. Ijaz, C. Quinnce, V. O’Flaherty & F. Abram. Microbial populations involved in anaerobic digestion of grass: Community structure and function. SSSE Conference held in UCD Dublin, December 2014.

A. Joyce, U. Ijaz, C. Quince, V. O’Flaherty & F. Abram. Microbial community underpinning anaerobic digestion of grass. ISME Conference held in Seoul, South Korea, August 2014.

A. Joyce, V. O’Flahery & F. Abram. Metaproteomic analysis of microbial communities during the anaerobic digestion of perennial ryegrass. Environ Conference held in NUI Galway, January/February 2013.

A. Joyce, A Vaughan, V. O’Flaherty & F. Abram. Optimization of protein extraction and 2-DGE for metaproteomic analysis of microbial communities during anaerobic digestion of ryegrass. Environ Conference held in UCD Dublin, March 2012.

 

Poster presentations:

A. Joyce, C. Clarke, S. Murphy & F. Walsh. Resistance to last-line defence antibiotics identified in Irish pigs. ECCMID Conference held in Madrid Spain, April 2018.

A. Joyce, C. Tyrrell, S. Dix & F. Walsh. Antibiotic resistance profiles from gut microflora of Irish pigs. Microbiology Society Conference held in Birmingham, April 2018.

A. Joyce, V. Vollenweider, D. Drissner & F. Walsh. Tracking plasmid-mediated antibiotic resistance from environmental reservoirs to the food chain. Microbiology Society focused meeting Antimicrobial Resistance and One Health held in Maynooth University, August 2017.

A. Joyce, S. Murphy & F. Walsh. Pig faecal bacteria exhibiting colistin and imipenem resistance. Antimicrobial Resistance in Animals and the Environment Conference held in Braunschweig Germany, June 2017.

A. Joyce, S. Murphy & F. Walsh. Identification of colistin and imipenem resistance in bacterial isolates from Irish pigs. Microbiology Society Conference held in Edinburgh, April 2017.

A. Joyce, V. O’Flaherty & F. Abram. Metaproteomics: Anaerobic digestion of ryegrass. Earth Institute Day held in UCD Dublin, November 2013.

A. Joyce, A. Vaughan, V. O’Flaherty & F. Abram. Anaerobic digestion of ryegrass: Metaproteomics. Biofilms 5 Conference held in Paris, December 2012.