Supporting the running of the INFANT centre.
Our Operations Team support the day-to-day work of the INFANT Centre.
Christian leads and oversees the centre's commercial strategy in particular the development, growth and maintenance of partnerships with industry and the commercialisation of INFANT innovations. He has more than 15 years experience in strategic and operational innovation management, research commercialisation, IP management, business developmen...
Obstetric Research Programme Manager
Amy is a key member of the INFANT Operations team. She coordinates all aspects of the obstetric research programme while providing project, managerial, organisational and administrative support to the researchers, PIs and Head of the Research area.
Clinical Research Manager
Mairead joined the Neonatal Brain Research Group (NBRG) as the Assistant Manager on the BASELINE project in 2009. She later moved to the role of Research Manager with particular responsibility for local involvement in the NEMO clinical trial, an EU FP7 funded project that was the largest multi-centre European study of neonatal ...
EU Programme Manager
Eoghan provides support to our research teams in preparing grant applications to the EU Horizon2020 and other funding programmes, both exchequer and non-exchequer. He is a focal person for INFANT’s Global Health Programme.
Quality & Regulatory Affairs Manager
Jackie O’Leary qualified as a general nurse in 1988, and commenced her career in research in 1990. Since 2000, she has worked in the area of Quality Control/Assurance and Monitoring implementing Quality Management Systems with special emphasis on document control for the INFANT centre.
Research Support Officer - Administration
Brenda is a Research Support Officer in INFANT, providing administrative and financial support for INFANT projects and to INFANT Director Prof Geraldine Boylan.
Emma is the INFANT Centre’s Biobank Manager in University College Cork. She has had responsibility for the biobank repository since the inception of the SCOPE pregnancy study in Cork University Maternity Hospital in 2008.
Aisling’s primary degree was in Natural Sciences from Trinity College Dublin. She undertook her PhD in the Department of Biochemistry, University College Cork and has been working in a clinical research laboratory setting since 2009.