April CÚRAM Funded-Investigator Receives Robert Brown Early Career Investigator Award at TERMIS EU Meeting
Dr Michael Monaghan was recently awarded the Robert Brown Early Career Investigator Award from the European Chapter of the Tissue Engineering Regenerative Medicine International Society (TERMIS-EU) at their annual conference in Manchester, UK.
The Robert Brown Early Career Principal Investigator Award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated outstanding achievements in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine research during the early stages of their career with clear evidence of a growing profile.
On receiving the award, Dr Monaghan stated, “I am honoured and delighted to receive the Robert Brown Early Career Investigator Award from EU TERMIS. Thank you to all past and present colleagues and friends along the journey to this point.”
Dr Michael Monaghan is an Assistant Professor in Biomedical Engineering at the Dept of Mechanical, Manufacturing & Biomedical Engineering and Trinity Centre for Biomedical Engineering, Trinity College Dublin. He is a funded investigator at the Science Foundation Ireland research centres CÚRAM and Amber.
Monaghan’s research looks at how stem cells can repair cardiac muscle post-heart attack, the generation of novel materials and methods to manufacture them, and metabolic imaging.
Read more about Dr Monaghan - https://www.techcentral.ie/focus-on-research-dr-michael-monaghan/