Prof. David Brayden
Prof. Sally Ann Cryan
Sally Ann Cryan is Associate Professor of Pharmaceutics and Research Lead in the School of Pharmacy, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. Her research group focuses on translational drug delivery and bioengineering including the application and processing of biomaterials for drug delivery and tissue engineering applications.
Dr Martin O'Halloran
Dr Martin O'Halloran is a European Research Council (ERC), CÚRAM and Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Investigator at the National University of Ireland Galway. His research explores the use of low-power electromagnetic waves for medical imaging and therapeutic applications. He is the 2016 recipient of Science Foundation Ireland’s Early Career Researcher Award.
Dr Jessamyn Fairfield
My research is about building neuromorphic nanoelectronic devices, whose function mimics the adaptability and timing dependence of synaptic connections in the brain. The eventual clinical target is creating implantable neurormorphic sensors that can interact with real neurons.
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