Lecturer, Maynooth UniversityMy interest in antibiotic resistance (AR) started as an undergraduate in NUI, Galway. Following my BSc I studied for my PhD at Edinburgh University. My PhD was an investigation of how human pathogens would evolve to become resistant to a novel antibiotic; Telithromycin.
Terence Anthony Maguire, BSc, PhD, FPSNI, FPSI, FRPharmS(hon), FCPP, Honorary Senior Lecturer, School of Pharmacy, Queen’s University BelfastTerence Anthony Maguire is Honorary Senior Lecturer in the School of Pharmacy at Queen’s University Belfast. He received his PhD from the Queen’s University Belfast. Until 2002 Dr. Maguire was Director of the Northern Ireland Centre for Post-Graduate Pharmaceutical Education and Training at Queen’s University Belfast. He also served as Principle Pharmaceutical Officer in the Northern Ireland Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety. From 2013 to 2015 Dr. Maguire was Chair of the Belfast Local Commissioning Group Health and Social Care Board of Northern Ireland.
Lecturer, Engineering Research Institute, Ulster UniversityDr Patrick SM Dunlop is a Lecturer within the School of Engineering and a member of the Engineering Research Institute at Ulster University. He is a Chartered Biologist with a strong academic background in applied science.