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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.

nualah.oconnell@hse.ie

Nuala graduated in biochemistry and medicine from NUIG in 1991 and 1994 respectively. She completed a MSc. in clinical microbiology...

patrick.kiely@ul.ie

Prof Pat Kiely is Senior Lecturer in Molecular Sciences and Principal Investigator of the Laboratory of Cellular and Molecular Biology in the School of Medicine,...

phil.jakeman@ul.ie / 353 61 202800

A Biochemistry graduate and PhD in Exercise Science, Dr Jakeman was appointed as Professor in 1995 and moved from the University of Birmingham to UL  in 1996 as Head...

barry.linnane@hse.ie

A graduate of University College Dublin, Dr Barry Linnane (MB BCh BAO DCH MRCPI MRCPCH MD) is a Paediatric Respiratory Consultant at the University Hospital Limerick,...

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