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Biological Sciences

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Ruth Keary

Course: PhD Department of Biological Sciences (Supervisor Dr Aidan Coffey)
Award: Teagasc Prize for the Best Oral Presentation 2013
Project: Use of a bacteriophage-derived enzyme for staphylococcal biofilm control

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Susan Bullman

Course: PhD Department of Biological Sciences (Supervisors Dr Roy Sleator and Dr Brigid Lucey)
Award: Society for General Microbiology, Young Scientists of the year Ireland.
Project: Identification and characterisation of a new and emerging pathogen Campylobacter ureolyticus

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Audrey Feeney

Course: PhD Department of Biological Sciences (Supervisor Dr Roy Sleator)
Award: IRCSET Postgraduate fellowship 2010
Project: Analysis of the osmotolerance of the emerging pathogen Cronobacter sakazakii


Monika Koziel

Course: PhD Department of Biological Sciences (Supervisors Dr Roy Sleator and Dr Brigid Lucey)
Award: IRCSET Postgraduate fellowship 2011
Project: Identification of the reservoirs of Campylobacter ureolyticus: a novel and emerging gastrointestinal pathogen


Shirley Ross

Course: PhD Department of Biological Sciences (Supervisors Dr Roy Sleator and Dr Brigid Lucey)
Award: IRCSET Postgraduate fellowship 2012
Project: Identification of the reservoirs of Campylobacter ureolyticus: a novel and emerging gastrointestinal pathogen
 


Jurate Daugelaite

Course: PhD Department of Biological Sciences (Supervisors Dr Roy Sleator and Aisling O’Driscoll)
Award: Irish Research Council Postgraduate fellowship, 2012
Project: A cloud computing approach to developing rapid molecular based detection systems for bacterial pathogens of clinical significance
 


 

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