CHAS Graduate Research Student Symposium 

Friday 8th of April 2022

The College of Health and Agricultural Sciences was delighted to host the CHAS Graduate Research Student Symposium on Friday the 8th of April 2022. Research students from across CHAS were invited to submit abstracts in advance, and on the day we saw posters and presentations from all five of the college’s constituent Schools.

The symposium took place in the O’Brien Science Centre, and was a terrific showcase of the varied, interdisciplinary student research across the college. The event was opened by CHAS Vice Principal for Research and Innovation, Professor Peter Doran. Following an afternoon of presentations College Principal, Prof Cecily Kelleher awarded prizes to the winners.

Oral Presentation winners

1st Place - Hannah Brown, School of Veterinary Medicine

2nd Place - Ciara Walsh, School of Medicine

3rd Place - Elena De Marco Costa, School of Agriculture and Food Science

Poster winners

1st Place - Sophie O'Reilly, School of Medicine

2nd Place - Alan Crowe, School of Agriculture and Food Science

3rd Place -  Orla Deegan, School of Public Health, Physiotherapy & Sport Science

The College of Health and Agricultural Sciences would like to congratulate all students who engaged with and presented at the Graduate Research Student Symposium. Well done to all!

 The College Principal, Profefessor Cecily Kelleher pictured with 1st Place Poster Winner - Sophie O'Reilly, School of Medicine
The College Principal, Profefessor Cecily Kelleher pictured with 2nd Place Poster Winner - Alan Crowe, School of Agriculture and Food Science
 The College Principal, Profefessor Cecily Kelleher pictured with 2nd Place Oral Presentation Winner - Ciara Walsh, School of Medicine

  The College Principal, Profefessor Cecily Kelleher pictured with 1st Place Oral Presentation Winner - Hannah Brown, School of Veterinary Medicine