Our 23rd event will take place on the 4th October at 7:00 pm in The Pavilion Bar’s balcony in Trinity College Dublin, with two guests presenting their research in 10 minutes.
So who is speaking?
Niamh Clarke graduated with a B.Sc. (Hons) in Nutraceuticals in Health and Nutrition from DIT in 2012. Upon completion of her undergraduate degree, she continued her education obtaining an M.Sc.in Healthcare Infection Management at Trinity College Dublin. Her research area focused on antimicrobial resistance and serotyping of Group B Streptococcus isolates from adult and neonatal populations. Niamh has worked as a Research Coordinator in The Trinity Academic Dept. Surgery at St. James’s Hospital Dublin for the past four years. Niamh coordinates studies between TCD & SJH in the area of GI Inflammatory Diseases and Cancers, working closely with multidisciplinary teams and patients alike.
A large part of Niamh’s work is managing various biobanks at the Trinity Translational Medicine Institute, which are utilised for national and international translational research projects. She is passionate about science communication and outreach, organising many school talks and workshops for children.
Bradley Good is a first year PhD student at the Irish School of Ecumenics in Trinity College Dublin. His research is at the intersection of migrant/refugee integration and adult education. Specifically, he is interested in two-way models of integration, that focus on both migrants and Irish citizens.
R. Sambhavi Priyadarshini is a second year PhD student in the school of Health and Human Performance at Dublin City University. Her research revolves around the relationship between changes intra-organelle calcium signaling and muscular metabolism in responses to stresses such as exercise training or inactivity.
Looking forward to seeing you all there. And as always, if you are interested in taking part in future events as a speaker, which usually take place on the first Wednesday of the month, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org!