So you want to be a scientist? Arun Decano, DCU School of Biotechnology, specialises in the area of immunology and genetics. She is currently working on the discovery of new infection control processes to combat the increasing global rate of infectious diseases driven by antibiotic resistance. #STEM #CAO [ Youtu.be Link ]
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So you want to be a scientist? Dr Denis Collins, DCU School of Biotechnology, aims to improve outcomes for patients with breast cancer by developing new drugs that prevent immune cells from being ‘turned off’ by cancer cells. #STEM #CAO [ Youtu.be Link ]
So you Want to be a Scientist? Dr White from DCU School of Chemical Sciences research focusses on how certain foods such as honey can strengthen our bodies against the damage created by other foods that can hurt our bodies. #STEM #CAO [ Youtu.be Link ]
So you want to be a scientist? Dr Jones, DCU School of Chemical Sciences, is a post-doc researcher looking at how the materials used in plastic bottles, toys, personal care products and cosmetics have a detrimental effect on the reproductive health of humans. [ Youtu.be Link ] #STEM #CAO
So you want to be a scientist - Dr Paul Kelly, DCU School of Biotechnology, is exploring the development of more efficient, lower cost therapeutic drugs which can be used to treat conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and cancer [ Youtu.be Link ] #STEM #CAO
Caoilainn is a PhD researcher in Neuroscience, looking at how we can improve the brain’s ability to stop irrelevant thoughts or responses which can have an impact on autism or Attention Deficit Disorder [ Youtu.be Link ]
So you want to be a scientist? Working in biomedical diagnostics, Dr Jennifer Gaughran designs, fabricated and tests microfluidic discs which can detect diseases such as cancer and allow for testing in the GP’s office or in remote areas in the developing world.
Dr Gaughran talks biomedical diagnostics research at DCU. #STEM #CAO [ Youtu.be Link ]
So you want to be a scientist? - Professor Turlough Downes, DCU School of Mathematical Sciences, conducts research in the area of theoretical astrophysics, using the world’s fastest supercomputers to explore how stars and planets are created. [ Youtu.be Link ]
So you want to be a scientist? Dr Andrea Meireles Rodrigues, DCU School of Mathematical Sciences talks about her research - from finding optimal portfolios for investors and explaining anomalies in stock market investment. [ Ow.ly Link ]