Inaugural Lecture: Series in Connected Health
The UCD College of Health Sciences, in collaboration with its partners in the Dublin Academic Medical Centre, is delighted to host the first in a series of lectures in Connected Health. The series will cover policy issues as well as technology, population science, translational medicine and enterprise. To inaugurate the series, Dr Regina Connolly of Dublin City University, will deliver a lecture on Business Models for Connected Health, followed by a panel discussion.
Date & Time
- Tuesday 2nd April 2013
- Lecture Theatre C006
- Health Sciences Building UCD, Belfield
- RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Regina Connolly
Dr. Regina Connolly is a Senior Lecturer in Management Information Systems at DCU Business School. She has responsibility for postgraduate courses in Information Systems in the Business School and is director of the MSc in Electronic Commerce degree programme. She also serves on Academic Council and on the University Research Ethics Committee. Dr. Connolly is an expert evaluator for the European Commission and has served on the expert eCommerce advisory group for Dublin Chamber of Commerce, which has advised national government on eCommerce strategic planning.
She is a member of the eCommerce advisory board for Scottish & Southern Energy, UK, and is a director of CCOMMS, which provides video over IP networks conferencing technology services.
Dr. Connolly is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Internet Commerce, Associate Editor of the European Journal of Information Systems, Senior Editor of Information Systems Management and Associate Editor of the International Journal of Advanced Decision Sciences.
In addition, she is programme co-chair for the 2013 European Conference on Information Systems. She has received funding awards for her research in medical informatics including the Villanova University Research Excellence Award of Merit.
In 2008, Dr. Connolly was appointed by the Minister for Health and Children, Mary Harney, T.D., to the Medical Council of Ireland.