Biochemical Journal 455(2): 133-147. Event Outline. Frontiers in RNAi. In this way, on- line control systems may be developed to enable high cell density, high productivity processes to be created. Research & Engagement. Plenty. Economist Tony Foley’s research on the Drinks Market Performance 2017 (Summary) 25/05/2018. Access to the culture of the host country/language courses Accommodation Banking Day care, schooling & family related issues Departure conditions/formalities Furthermore, High Content Image Analysis utilises automated microscopy to rapidly acquire and analyse thousands of cells in a single well. View IntersexMap DCU’S profile on LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional community. Tia is a member of the National Centre for Sensor Research and the SFI CSET funded Biomedical Diagnostics Institute. Research Centre Insight SFI Research Centre for Data Analytics Post Title Postdoctoral Researcher AIB Project Level on Framework Level 1 Post Duration Fixed-Term Contract up to 31st Dec 2022 As part of this role the researcher will be required to participate in the DCU Research Career Framework. He joined DCU in September 2016 from Trinity College Dublin (TCD). Research Centre Insight SFI Research Centre for Data Analytics Post Title Postdoctoral Researcher AIB Project Level on Framework Level 1 Post Duration Fixed-Term Contract up to 31st Dec 2022 As part of this role the researcher will be required to participate in the DCU Research Career Framework. He is a former dean of the Business School and is currently the Head of the Management and Information Systems Group, and Academic Director of the School’s executive education programmes. Research. He is a contributing editor of the Emerald journal, Strategy & Leadership, and is the author/co-author of three books, Key Processes in Strategy published by Thomson Learning, Strategy and General Management (with J.S Walsh of UCC), published by Oak Tree Press, and Strategy and Leadership (with David Wilson of Warwick Business School), published by Routledge. Prior to his appointment in DCU he was employed at the Laboratory of Chemical and Biological Engineering of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), in Lausanne and was co-founder of Inotech Encapsulation AG, now Inotech Biotechnologies Ltd of Basel Switzerland. Michael then undertook a PhD in Biochemistry and Immunology in the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) under the supervision of Dr Aideen Long. Organised by CNGL. Michael’s scientific career began in DCU where he graduated with a first-class honours degree in Biotechnology in 1999. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. (2012). What We Do; Research Funding. DCU Business School has a high-quality scholarly research profile. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Over the last five years, two laser micro-machining processes which allow for the production of channels and voxels with repeatable micrometre level resolution have been developed within the Separation Science Cluster research group at Dublin City University. Of particular strategic importance is the research undertaken on issues of importance to industry, government and the broader community in northern Queensland and more broadly in tropical Australia. She has over twenty years wide ranging experience in mainstream, learning support and special class teaching. IntersexMap has 2 jobs listed on their profile. An Encyclopaedia of Irish Cinema, co-authored with School of Communications colleague, Dr Roderick Flynn, has been submitted to the publisher, Scarecrow Press, and is due to appear in 2006. DCU & DkIT Research and Business Matchmaker 2020 . Research Information; DCU COVID-19 Research & Innovation Hub; Centres & Institutes; Research By Faculty & School; Research Support; Partnerships. New applications such as a method of digital signcryption have been invented and patented by Michael and his team of researchers. His research in TCD focused on the molecular mechanisms of T-cell activation and migration using state-of-the-art approaches including RNA interference (RNAi), screening of RNAi libaries and High Content Image Analysis. [5] Freeley M and Long A. In particular, (i) investigating the linkages between macroeconomic time series and stock price behaviour and (ii) dynamic models of asset price behaviour. Molecular hosts such as cyclodextrin which are appended with light emitting and surface binding molecules have been produced. His research centres on the use of applied econometrics in modelling the behaviour of financial markets. Each year, our researchers publish, on average, over 70 peer-reviewed journal articles, 23 book chapters and six books/monographs. Paul is also a member of a range of computer vision related conference program committees and acts as a reviewer for a number of the main computer/machine vision journals. Particularly the development of substrates for surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy and surface immobilized supermolecules capable of encapsulating an analyte or supporting a protein structure in proximity to a surface. semi-synthetic penicillins and cephalosporins) and a wide variety of recombinant proteins ranging from monoclonal antibodies, avidine, biopesticides and EPO to antimicrobial peptides. Michael then undertook post-doctoral research in RCSI for 18 months. • Finance and accounting. Current research efforts are concentrated on implementing pairing-based cryptography on smart-cards, such as the “sim” card of a mobile phone, with a view to integrating pairing-based cryptography, to secure mobile applications. We're going virtual!!!! He has published widely in international peer-reviewed journals, including, Southern Economic Journal, Economic Inquiry, Applied Financial Economics, Economic Letters, Manchester School, Applied Economics, and Scottish Journal of Political Economy. Telephone: 353-1-7005961. These may then be combined with novel cell separation and downstream processing techniques, for continuous cell removal or recycle (perfusion cultures), in-situ product recovery (ISPR) and to overcome product inhibition.Recent work has branched into the area of environmental engineering through the discovery of cationic peptides and nanocapsules with strong activity as bioflocculents, antimicrobials and potentially larvicides, while being harmless to humans. Global Automotive DCU Industry 2019-2020 with a Focus on the Chinese Market - Features Detailed Profiles of 11 Global & 10 Chinese DCU Vendors News provided by Research and Markets DCU - Digital Federal Credit Union - Come to us for a better deal on free checking, auto loans, mortgages, credit cards, savings, insurance, business banking, and more. Associate Professor, School of Chemical Sciences Principal Investigator, National Centre for Sensor Research and DCU Water Institute. His thesis investigated the signalling pathways that regulate the Protein Kinase C (PKC) family of enzymes in T-cells. Dr. Michael Freeley – A Research Profile Dr Michael Freeley is a Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences in the School of Biotechnology and Programme Chair of the M.Sc. PhD Student: Aymen Ben Azouz ABSTRACT. He is currently preparing two invited book chapters on ecology and film. Michael is currently Head of the School of Computing. Keep diacritics (fadas, accents etc) in your name properly recorded. Paul’s research interests include image segmentation, and its associated quantitative analysis (specifically mathematical morphology, colour-texture analysis) with applications in computer/machine vision and medical imaging (specifically computer aided detection and diagnosis and focusing on translational research). Profile – Prof. Liam Gallagher Liam Gallagher is Professor of Finance and Head of the Economics and Finance Group within DCU Business School. Tia was awarded the Presidents Research Award for 2006. Also, a long standing goal has been the development of supramolecular nanoelectronic materials. It was during this period that Michael was awarded a travel grant by Enterprise Ireland that enabled him to work in the laboratory of Prof Gottfried Baier in Innsbruck, Austria for four months (Prof Baier discovered and cloned the gene for PKC θ in T-cells in 1993). Research Profiles Search ResultsresearchLorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. [2] Gruber T, Freeley M, Thuille N, Heit I, Shaw S, Long A, Baier G. (2006) Comment on "PDK1 nucleates T cell receptor-induced signaling complex for NF-kappaB activation". He is a member of the editorial board of the new media journal, Convergence, and is guest editor of a special issue in 2006 of that journal on DVD special features. [8] Freeley M, Derrick E, Dempsey E, Hoff A, DaviesA, LeakeD, Vermeulen A, KelleherD and LongA. A High Content Analysis Toolbox Permits Dissection of Diverse Signalling Pathways for T lymphocyte Migration. Micro-Fluidic Chip Based Platforms for Liquid Chromatographic Separations. He is a co-inventor of the BKLS algorithm which is the most commonly used method to calculate these pairings. [3] Freeley M and Long A. DCUBS Research Scholar Profile: Peter Deeney. His research centres on the use of applied econometrics in modelling the behaviour of financial markets. 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PKC θ is a positive regulator of T-cell activation and inflammatory cytokine production and a number of pharmacological inhibitors that target this kinase have been developed recently by the pharmaceutical industry to inhibit T-cell signalling in inflammatory/autoimmune diseases. For that study [8], Michael was awarded the High Content Analysis prize by GE Healthcare in 2010. His team are investigating the implementation and application of Identity-based cryptography, and other cryptographic schemes based on bilinear pairings on special elliptic curves. (2005). ... Our PhD graduates in profile: Peter McEvoy’s research. Email: michael.freeley@dcu.ie. RNAi is a powerful tool for silencing of gene expression, as it enables loss-of-function studies to be carried out in a highly-specific manner [3], whereas screening of RNAi libraries has made it possible to identify all genes involved in any cellular process in an unbiased manner [4]. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover IntersexMap’s connections and jobs at similar companies. [7] Freeley M, Bakos G, Davies A, Kelleher D, Long A, Dunican DJ. (2013) The Two Hit Hypothesis: An Improved Method for siRNA Mediated Gene Silencing in Stimulated Primary Human T Cells. He subsequently developed an improved method for delivering RNAi to primary human T-cells (which are widely known as ‘hard-to-transfect’) [5], a finding that directly led to his discovery that the actin-bundling protein L-plastin is a key regulator of motility in primary human T-cells [6]. Research Support Office. #b2match2020. Journal of Biomolecular Screening 15(5):541-55. (2015) RNAi screening with self-delivering, synthetic siRNAs for identification of genes that regulate primary human T cell migration. During this time he co-ordinated the HRB-funded PhD in Molecular Medicine programme (2008-2012) and co-ordinated/lectured on the M.Sc. [6] Freeley M, O’Dowd F, Paul T, Kashanin D, Davies A, Kelleher D, Long A. Dublin City University. 13/07/2018. Dublin City University (DCU) Business School is the top business school in Europe for faculty gender balance. Professor Gallagher is co-editor (with Mark P. Taylor) of Speculation and Financial Markets, Edward Elgar, 2002. Paul R Price is Adjunct Faculty (invited position) in the Faculty of Engineering and Computing at Dublin City University. [1] Freeley M, Volkov Y, Kelleher D, Long A. in Biomedical Diagnostics. Dr Brian Harney, Strategy and HR Research interests include strategy and growth in SMEs, people management in smaller firms, enterprise education and university technology transfer. DCU Strategic Plan, 2017-2022; DCU Governing Authority; Policies; Disclaimer; ... DCU Research Policies; Research Involving Animals; DCU Research Centres Information; Research News. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Disambiguate yourself from others sharing your name. (2013) Advances in siRNA delivery to T cells: potential clinical applications for inflammatory disease, cancer and infection. JCU’s research mission is to find solutions to the challenges facing the world’s tropics through research. This work is funded by Enterprise Ireland. Journal of Biomolecular Screening 20(8): 943-956. He is the author of a number of titles which include Translating Ireland: Translation, Languages, Identities (Cork University Press, 1996) Across the Lines: Travel, Language and Translation (Cork University Press, 2000) Translation and Globalization (Routledge, 2003), The Irish Language in the New Century/An Ghaeilge san Aois Nua (Cois Life, 2005) and Translation and Identity (Routledge, 2006). Journal of Immunology 188(12): 6357-70. 1: 144-177. L-plastin regulates polarisation and migration in chemokine-stimulated human T lymphocytes. Use ORCID to link and update your profiles in multiple bibliographic data sources. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 334(2):619-30. Her research interests lie in the areas of trust development and workplace transitions including a focus on trust in the context of disruptive technology and digital business. This successful collaboration between Michael and Prof Baier’s group resulted in the publication of a commentary article on PKC θ in Science magazine in 2006 [2]. The MSc in Management of Operations enables students to grow into senior operations management roles in technology-intensive organisations, in the financial sector, in supply chain management, manufacturing or services organisations, in both the public and private sectors. in Biomedical Diagnostics. (2010). Biography I am an Associate Professor in the School of Law and Government at DCU. - Seeking to engage particular research expertise iHCI 2014: Irish Human Computer Interaction ; Held in DCU, September 1-2, 2014. Paul setup the Vision Systems Laboratory and its associated Vision Systems Group in 1990 and currently serves as its director. This framework is designed to provide significant professional development Biography. About DCU. Tia joined DCU as a lecturer in physical chemistry in September 2002 and had previously held lectureship in physical chemistry for four years prior to this at Dublin Institute of Technology where she was a founder member of the FOCAS Institute. He is a leading researcher in Fiontar and a central concern of his research interests is situating the Irish language in a global context.. Science 312(5770):55. The development of multicomponent materials for sensing, exploiting luminescence and Raman signals is an important element of Tias work. This year Professor Cronin was appointed to the Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences (IRCHSS), the Royal Irish Academy and the Humanities and Social Sciences Council of the French National Research Agency. Such materials have recently been applied to electrochromic displays which can be controlled synthetically to provide electrically switchable colours in the visible region or in regions outside of human perception. Professor Cronin was awarded the Canadian Association of Translation Studies/Vinay Darbelnet Prize for Across the Lines in 2000 and he is also the recipient of the Prix du Québec. In particular the development of novel molecules in which colour and light emitting properties are precisely and predictably controlled through a fundamental understanding of their electronic behaviour. The BSc in Digital Business and Innovation is a new four-year programme designed to prepare graduates with the competences and skills to leverage digitalisation to innovate and transform businesses and succeed in a future world of work permeated by digital technologies. What can DCU save you? His research over the years has focused on how recognition of linguistic diversity is vital to a proper understanding of the human condition. Brian Leavy is AIB Professor of Strategic Management in DCU Business School since 1994, and has been with the university since 1981. Michael’s interest in utilising RNAi and library screening for his research was initially made possible by a travel award from the Ulysses-funded ‘France-Ireland Exchange Scheme’ which enabled him to work in the laboratory of Dr Frederique Michel at the Pasteur Institute (Paris) and learn the technique of RNAi delivery to T-cell lines. It was during his third year undergraduate INTRA placement and final year research project with Elan Pharmaceutical Technologies where he developed his passion for scientific research. Explore. (2014) RNAi screening in cells of the immune system: challenges and opportunities. Contact details: Michael Freeley, X225, School of Biotechnology, Dublin City University, Glasnevin, Dublin 9. This commitment to world-class research is central to the new Research and Innovation Strategy, which sets out a range of specific actions to advance our reputation in that regard. Professor Michael Cronin is Director of the Centre for Translation and Textual Studies. His project, supervised by Olaf Menkens, was on the Heston Model which led him to look for sources of volatility. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE a Chartered Engineer and a member of the IEE and IAPR. A core element of DCU’s vision is to be a globally-significant university that is renowned for its discovery and translation of knowledge to advance society. At the heart of her research is molecular spectroscopy and photophysics, the interaction of light with matter. In addition, he developed a High Content Image Analysis assay to analyse the morphology of migrating T-cells and its use in downstream applications including screening of RNAi libraries [8]. Liam Gallagher is Professor of Finance and Head of the Economics and Finance Group within DCU Business School. Thus a major part of his work involves the development of animal and microbial cell bioprocesses, for the production of small molecules and biologically active compounds including bioethanol, organic acids, carotenoids (e.g. Ensure you have a fully comprehensive picture of your research outputs that truly reflects your work and is yours to keep. My research focuses on comparative and global politics of climate change, environment, and energy. He joined DCU in September 2016 from Trinity College Dublin (TCD). As well as publishing over 100 peer reviewed papers, Paul has also co-edited 3 books. This is a wonderful opportunity for companies to meet online with experts at Dublin City University (DCU) and Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) who are actively engaged in research that has applications across many industry sectors. Professor Tia Keyes lectures in physical chemistry in the School of Chemical Sciences. The key to these processes is the development of on- line monitoring and control systems based on spectroscopic techniques, such as FTIR, Raman, optical, fluorescence and capacitance, combined with gas analysis and calorimetry to enable on-line formulation of mass and energy balances to describe the process. Held in DCU, August 23-29, 2014. Michael has also led a collaborative project with the international life science company Dharmacon (now part of GE Healthcare) where he performed the first RNAi library screens in primary human T-cells using their proprietary self-delivering RNAi technology [7; webinar available at http://labroots.com/webinar/id/91]. School of Applied Language & Intercultural Studies, School of Theology, Philosophy, and Music, School of Language, Literacy & Early Childhood Education, School of STEM Education, Innovation & Global Studies, School of Nursing, Psychotherapy & Community Health, School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, European Consortium of Innovative Universities (ECIU), Centre for Talented Youth, Ireland (CTYI), Office of the Vice-President Academic Affairs. Research Profiles Search ResultsresearchLorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. astaxanthine), antibiotics (e.g. Journal of Immunological Methods 396(1-2): 116. In addition to working with several partners from Industry in collaborative projects, he has carried out contract research for a pharmaceutical company to screen small molecule drugs to evaluate their anti-inflammatory potential in in-vitro T-cell assays. The latter area involves collaborations with international researchers from the UK and the US and is one of the four themes of research in Quantitative Finance undertaking at DCU. Collins and Crown have studied neratinib for several years, with the first comprehensive in-vitro profile of the drug published by the DCU research group in 2013. He also serves on the steering committee of the national centre for excellence in information and communications technology: RINCE. His research interests lie in the areas of strategic leadership, competitive analysis, supply chain strategy, industry evolution and strategy innovation. Organising Committee: D. Perrin and R. Walshe (ModSci/CloudCore) He is currently collaborating in the area of industry evolution, focusing on the study of the process and pattern of industry change at maturity, particularly in industries, like wholesaling, where the influence of technology is not predominant and the concept of industry life cycle has somewhat limited explanatory power.. Much of his more recent research is quite closely linked to the university’s Business and Innovation theme, as reflected in such recent papers as “Creativity: the new imperative” in the Journal of General Management and a “A leader’s guide to creating an innovation culture”, recently published in Strategy & Leadership. This research led to the novel discovery that PKC θ is inducibly phosphorylated on Ser-695 in response to T-cell activation [1], a finding that has since been verified by several other groups using mass spectrometry and immunoblotting. Stimulus-induced phosphorylation of PKC q at the C-terminal hydrophobic-motif in human T lymphocytes. This framework is designed to provide significant professional development These provide a means of self assembling multiple components into interfacial structures which can be addressed through light and electricity for next generation electronics and solar energy conversion. News; Newsletter; Contact; People; Twitter; Search Profiles Vidatum Portal Search block. This involves leading two research teams investigating, one investigating nonlinear dynamic asset models and the other non-normal (higher order moments) asset price behaviour. I hold an MPhil and DPhil (PhD) in International Relations from the University of Oxford, as well as BA and MA degrees from University College Dublin. Using derived theoretical models the research will also consider a number of applications of this approach: nonlinear interdependencies among international financial markets and asset classes; nonlinear stochastic volatility and financial risk management; empirical testing of market microstructure theories of the firm; predictability in asset price movements; mean reversion in asset prices; stochastic volatility and option pricing; higher order moments and risk factors; and performance of hedge funds and pensions. Read More. In 2005 Michael moved to the Institute of Molecular Medicine in TCD where he was employed as a Research Fellow (2004-2015) and was subsequently awarded a Senior Research Fellowship (2015). He was also responsible for the establishment and on-going management (1995-2000) of the World Wide Web based Remote Access to Continuing Engineering Education (RACeE) initiative. Dr Pat Brereton is Deputy Director of the Centre for Society Information and Media (SIM) His latest book, Hollywood Utopia – Ecology in Contemporary Hollywood Cinema (Intellect Books, 2005) has been favourably reviewed in publications from the fields of film studies, ecology and philosophy. The translational aspect of this research aims to understand how these pathways may be manipulated for the treatment of autoimmune/inflammatory diseases, infectious diseases and cancer (immunotherapy). - A student seeking a supervisor? Thérèse McPhillips is a lecturer in the School of Language, Literacy and Early Childhood Education in the DCU Institute of Education. Professor Ian Marison was appointed to the post of Professor of Bioprocess Engineering and Head of the School of Biotechnology in September 2005. We research: • Leadership and management. The main theme of his research activities is integrated bioprocessing. Since joining DCU in September 2016, Michael is particularly interested in hearing from academic, clinical and industrial organisations who would like to leverage his expertise in T-cells, immunology and cell biology/cell signalling for research collaborations, grant applications and contract research. Research interests include organisational psychology, innovation in SMEs, trust, learning and self-regulation, work motivation and management education. [4] John S, Freeley M, Long A and Frasier I. An extension of this work has yielded novel biofiltration units based on biomass. Peter Deeney returned to full time study in 2008 when he came to DCU to study for an MSc in Financial and Industrial Maths. Dr Lisa van der Werff is an Associate Professor in Organisational Psychology and programme chair of the MSc in Work and Organisational Psychology/Behaviour at Dublin City University Business School. in Molecular Medicine programme (2013-2016). His research focuses on the cell biology of the T-cell immune response, particularly the genes and signalling pathways that T-cells use for migration and activation. Dr Michael Freeley is a Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences in the School of Biotechnology and Programme Chair of the M.Sc. DCU Ryan Academy; Arizona State University (ASU) European Consortium of Innovative Universities (ECIU) Orcid ID: 0000-0003-2982-8752 I am currently Associate Dean for Teaching and Learning in the Faculty of Science and Health in DCU. 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