On 20th November, Assoc Prof Sarah Guerin from the Department of Physics in UL has won the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Early Career Researcher of the year at the Research Summit, a joint Summit hosted by SFI and the Irish Research Council (IRC). Sarah is a formidable scientist who has built up an extensive repertoire of awards and research in her career so far.
Principal Investigator of the Actuate Lab, currently working on both in-silico and ex-silico engineering of biomolecular crystals, primarily for application areas in eco-friendly sensing and pharmaceuticals. Sarah is an established member and investigator within SSPC’s Modelling Theme, working with experimentalists and industry to make more efficient drug products, among many other things.
Many congratulations Sarah, and more awards to come!