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University of Limerick’s Centre for Interventions in Infection, Inflammation and Immunity (4i) represents recognition by like-minded researchers from across the University and distributed clinical campuses, in addition to the General Practice network now associated with the School of Medicine, of the need to provide the sense of identity, infrastructure support, vision and guidance that will enable existing and new researchers as they contribute to medical knowledge and, critically, by doing so to advance health outcomes for patients in the mid-West, nationally and beyond.

colum.dunne@ul.ie

Professor Colum Dunne (BSc (Hons), PhD, MBA, LLM) was educated at University College Cork (UCC). Colum has held senior research roles at...

calvin.coffey@ul.ie

Current posts/positions:
Foundation Chair of Surgery, Professor of Surgery, Graduate Entry Medical School, University of Limerick.
Deputy...

anne.macfarlane@ul.ie

Anne...

deirdre.mcgrath@ul.ie

Professor Deirdre McGrath graduated from University College Cork with a degree in Medicine in 1991. She subsequently completed her Specialist Clinical Training in the...

ailish.hannigan@ul.ie

Ailish Hannigan is Associate Professor of Biomedical Statistics in the School of Medicine, UL. She has a degree in Applied Mathematics and Computing from the...

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