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Dylan Lynch

Dylan Lynch is a PhD candidate in the School of Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin. He holds a first-class honours degree in Medicinal Chemistry and is an active science communicator, having worked extensively with Science Gallery Dublin. His PhD research, funded by Science Foundation Ireland, delves into synthetic methods for stabilising therapeutically-important proteins. Dylan also researches…

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Iseult Sheehy

Iseult Sheehy is an MSc Student of Development Practice at Trinity College Dublin and Executive Coordinator of Natural Capital Ireland. She completed a BA in Economics and Political Science at Trinity with a focus on climate change and sustainability as a mature student, having worked for ten years in the creative arts across the music,…

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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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Alexander O’Hara

Alexander O’Hara is a Research Fellow in Historical Theology at the Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin. A historian of Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages specialising in monastic history and theology, the medieval cult of the saints and medieval Latin literary culture, he is a graduate of the University of St Andrews and Oxford University.…

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Mark Berney

Mark Berney is a PhD candidate in the School of Chemistry in Trinity College Dublin. His PhD research, funded by a grant from the Irish Research Council, focuses on enzymes that repair DNA damage. These enzymes may be involved in acquired resistance to chemotherapy in hard to treat cancers, as well as some genetic diseases.…

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Hugh Fitzgibbon

Hugh Fitzgibbon is a graduate of Law and Political Science from Trinity College Dublin. While at Trinity, Hugh was the Vice President of the Trinity Vincent de Paul Society, Chairperson of the Bram Stoker Paper Readings Club, Secretary of the Central Societies Committee and Finance Officer of the Trinity Social and Political Review, and was…

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Richard Hogan

Richard Hogan is a systemically trained Family Psychotherapist registered with The Family Therapy Association of Ireland. He is also a schoolteacher and lecturer. He writes every Thursday for the Irish Examiner where he explores mental health issues for teenagers, couples and families. He recently published a book called ‘Parenting the Screenagers’. It is a practical…

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Jack Quin

Jack Quin is an Irish Research Council postdoctoral fellow in the School of English at Trinity College Dublin. His research interests include Irish studies, modernist studies, sculpture and the graphic arts. As a Fulbright Scholar at Glucksman Ireland House, New York University, Dr Quin will research inter-arts collaboration between early 20th century Irish writers and…

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