Liz Considine graduated with a first class honours BSc in Biochemistry from UCC in 2002 and with a Post Graduate Diploma in Genetic Epidemiology from Sheffield University in 2010. Liz completed an SFI funded PhD at INFANT in 2019. Her PhD project focused on developing novel data mining techniques to find blood-based biomarkers to predict a pregnant woman’s risk of giving birth prematurely. Her PhD project also addressed integrity, minimum reporting standards and transparency in metabolomics research.
Liz has worked in a variety of research assistant roles in INFANT. Currently, she works as a Postgraduate Researcher on the AI4Life project.
- June 2020 - Present: Postgraduate Researcher, INFANT Centre, UCC
- 2019 - 2020: Research Support Officer-Science Writer, INFANT Centre, UCC
- 2012-2019: PhD student in Bioinformatics and Epidemiology, INFANT Centre, UCC
- 2007-2009: PG Dip in Genetic Epidemiology, Sheffield University