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James O’Siorain

James O’Siorain is a PhD candidate in circadian immunology at the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. He discovered his passion for scientific research while completing his B.A. (Hons) degree in immunology at Trinity College Dublin in 2018. His doctoral research examines how the body clock regulates immune responses,…

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Joan Devin

Joan Devin is a Clement Archer PhD student at the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. She is a midwife in the Rotunda Hospital, Dublin. She completed her BSc in Midwifery at Dundalk Institute of Technology, during which time she completed a national study on the neonatal cord clamping…

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Kieran Cremin

Kieran Cremin is a lecturer at University College Cork and a doctoral candidate in Architecture by Design at the University of Edinburgh. His research examines themes of violence and landscape in the literature of Cormac McCarthy through the design approach of the architect. As a Fulbright Student Scholar, Kieran will pursue a tripartite traveling study…

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Patrick Mongan

Pat Mongan is a PhD student in the Confirm – Smart Manufacturing Research Centre, based in the University of Limerick. He graduated from Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology in 2018 with a First Class Honours BEng in Mechanical Engineering. Pat’s doctoral research is focused on the application of artificial intelligence to solve various issues in manufacturing…

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Síona Molony

Síona Molony is a graduate of Law from Trinity College Dublin. She completed a year-long Erasmus exchange at Sciences Po Paris, living in the Irish Cultural Centre. While at Trinity, Síona was Managing Editor of the Trinity College Law Review, Speaker Coordinator for Trinity Women in Law, and an active volunteer with the Trinity Vincent…

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Beatrice Monciunskaite

Beatrice Monciunskaite is a PhD student in the School of Law and Government, Dublin City University. Her PhD research is funded by the Irish Research Council and investigates the status of liberal constitutional democracy in Lithuania and Latvia in light of the current democratic crisis in Europe. This research will analyse how successful democratisation has…

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