Autumn 2014 PhD Conferrings in the School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology
Three students from the School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology were awarded PhD degrees at the Autumn Conferring ceremony held at UCC on October 29th last.
From left, Dr Patricia Collins (photo taken by Tomas Tyner, UCC) and Dr Louise Foley.
Matthew Dunne, (supervised by Dr Tom Moore, School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology and Dr R. Meijers, EMBL, Heidelberg) for his thesis: “A novel activation mechanism for clostridial bacteriophage endolysins”.
Patricia Collins, (supervised by Dr Ruaidhri Carmody, University of Glasgow, and Dr Cora O’Neill, School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology) for her thesis: “An investigation into the role of bcl3 in toll-like receptor signalling”.
Louise Foley, (supervised by Dr Eoin Fleming, School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology) for her thesis: “Characterisation of the degradation of wild type and mutant hfe proteins during stress signalling in the endoplasmic reticulum”.
Heartiest congratulations to Dr Collins, Dr Dunne and Dr Foley!