Postgraduate Research Funding Opportunities

Postgraduate Research Travel Grant

 Please note the Postgraduate Travel award is now closed.

Postgraduate Research Travel Grant Awardees 2019

Recipient Abstract Title Conference Name
Sarah Drummond Role of NADPH oxidase in chronic intermittent hypoxia-induced respiratory dysfunction: insights from phamacological and transgenic approaches. Experimental Biology  2019, Orlando, Florida USA
Sara AlMarabeh Blunted diuretic and natriuretic responses to volume expansion following exposure to chronic intermittent hypoxia. 019 APS/ASN Control of Reneal Function in Health and Disease Conference, Virginia USA
Andreea Mona Pavel Early predictive biomarkers for grade and seizures in neonatal encephalopathy Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies
Francisco Donoso Dietary Intervention with Polyphenols Ameliorates Maternal Separation-Induced Depressive Behaviours European Behavioural Pharmacology Society (EBPS) Biennial Meeting 2019
Eimear Maloney The incidence of first seizures, new diagnosis of epilepsy, and seizure mimics in a defined geographic region in Ireland Society for Social Medicine and Population Health and International Epidemiology Association European Congress, Joint Annual Scientific Meeting.
Patricia Flynn Retinoic Acid Receptor Specificity in Glioma Growth Suppression 2019 meeting of Irish Society of Human Genetics

Postgraduate Research Travel Grant Awardees 2018

Student Surname Student Firstname Conference/Meeting Location Abstract Title
Fennelly Mehael Actions of Infections Conference Birmingham Real-time Monitoring of Biological Airborne Particles in the Hospital Environment (ReM-BAPHE)
Jinih Marcel Society of Academic and Research Surgery Annual Meeting University of Nottingham Evaluation of the novel anti-neoplastic agent 1,4,5-Oxathiazinane-4,4-dioxide (OTD) in Triple-negative Breast cancer
Burns David International meeting of the American Physiological Society San Diego, USA Chronic Intermittent Hypoxia Enhances Respiratory Muscle Weakness in Dystrophindeficient mdx Mice
Leacy Jack Experimental Biology 2018 San Diego, USA The Neurovascular Coupling Response Remains Intact During Incremental Ascent to High Altitude (4370m) in Acclimatized Healthy Volunteers
Boscaini Serena 25th Experimental Congress on Obesity (ECO 2018) Vienna, Austria Dietary alpha-lactalbumin influences energy balance in association with altered gut microbiota composition and intestinal nutrient transporters without affecting body weight in high-fat diet fed mice.
Maloney Eimer International Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology & American Academy of Neurology Washington, USA The Incidence of First Seizures, New Diagnosis of Epilepsy and Seizure Mimics in County Cork, Ireland; An Epidemiologic Protocol and Interim Report

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