Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE)

Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE)

Please note the SURE award is now closed to applications.





Summer Undergraduate Research Experience recipients 2022

Research Student  Research Supervisor  Research Title
Caoimhe Cronin Prof Liam O Mahony     Polarised lymphocyte responses to bacterial-derived Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor (AhR) ligands
Matthew Jamer Power Dr John MacSharry The lung microbiome and severe asthma
Jungie Guo Dr Colm O Tuathaigh     A scoping review of the literature related to the availability and validity of smartphone-based apps designed to measure speech-in-noise comprehension
Yukta Ramesh Dr Juan Trujillo     An evaluation of the impact of dietetics involvement in the management of the egg ladder for IgE-mediated egg allergy patients in 2019 and 2021.
Mritunjay Marc Mukherjee Dr Orla P Barry Combining epigenetics and immunotherapy in the treatment of oesophageal cancer”.
Rachel Catherine Roberts Prof Aideen Sullivan  Validation of GDF5 as a neuroprotective factor for Parkinson’s Therapy: analysis of the expression of GDF5 receptors in the substantia nigra

School of Medicine SURE recipients 2019

Research Student  Research Supervisor Research Project
Samuel David Keogh Dr. Elizabeth Brint The role of interleukin-1 family members in the modulation and expression of programmed cell death-1 programmed cell death ligand-1 in neoplastic cell lines
Aoife Jones Thachuthara Professor Deirdre Murray Babyscreen Predictive Cohort Study: The investigation of a new screening method for cognitive assessments in early childhood
Samantha Leigh Wakerlin Dr. Justin McCarthy Generation and Characterisation of Proteolytic Cleavage-Resistant ACE2 Mutant for mammalian cell expression
Ruth Mook-Hay Yan Dr. Colm O'Tuathaigh Speech dicrimination in older adults: implications for health service utilisation
Eimear O'Mahony Professor Colin Bradley Challenges facing general practitioners in the wake of the cervical check scandal
Natalie Krakoski Professor Aisling Ryan & Dr. Collette Hand Characterisation of clinical and genetic features in members of a periodic paralysis family with a novel CACNA1S gene mutation

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