The HRB-TMRN recognises the continued and valuable input from researchers, methodologists and trialists in our education activities. Members of the HRB-TMRN Teaching Faculty are listed here.

We are currently looking for enthusiastic and talented people to join our Teaching Faculty. If you are interested in getting involved and have relevant expertise, we are interested in hearing from you! We are currently looking for experienced individuals at various stages of their career to contribute to our educational programmes.

If you are interested in getting involved please contact hrb-tmrn@nuigalway.ie.

TitleTasks
Teaching FellowSignificant involvement in the design, development and delivery of recurrent educational activities.
Teaching Associate Involvement in the design, development and delivery of recurrent or non-recurrent educational activities.
Invited SpeakerDelivery of specific research findings at HRB-TMRN sponsored events e.g. Study Days.

For All Roles:

Location: Anywhere in Ireland. Teaching may also be delivered as webinars or via video link for coordinated events.

Duration: We are open to discuss on the length of contribution that you can offer.

Expenses: All travel and accommodation costs will be reimbursed in line with the governing standard policies (i.e. host institution).

Current Members

The HRB-TMRN recognises the continued and valuable input from researchers, methodologists and trialists in our teaching activities. Members of the HRB-TMRN Teaching Faculty are listed here.

Prof. Declan DevaneTeaching Fellow2015 – Present

Prof. Joe EustaceTeaching Fellow2015 – Present

Prof. Martin O’DonnellTeaching Fellow2015 – Present

Prof. Michael GillTeaching Fellow2015 – Present

Dr. Frances ShielyTeaching Fellow2015 – Present

Bernard McCarthyTeaching Fellow2015 – Present

Dr. Paddy GillespieTeaching Fellow2015 – Present

Dr. John NewellTeaching Fellow2015 – Present

Dr. Valerie SmithTeaching Fellow2015 – Present

Invited Speakers

NamePosition / AffiliationTitle of PresentationEventYear
Ms Deirdre O’ReganGCP/ Pharmacovigilance Inspection Manager, HPRAWhat to Expect from a Regulatory Inspection - Clinical Trials (Medicines)Study Day: Investigator Responsibilities for HPRA Regulated Studies (TCD)2015
Ms Deirdre HylandRCSI CRCTrial Set-up Study Day: Investigator Responsibilities for HPRA Regulated Studies (TCD)2015
Dr Evelyn FlanaganData Manager, HRB CRF-CData Management Study Day: Investigator Responsibilities for HPRA Regulated Studies (TCD) ----- Study Day: Introduction to Clinical Trials (UCC)2015
Dr Eoin CotterHead Scientific Services, UCD CRCBiorepositoriesStudy Day: Investigator Responsibilities for HPRA Regulated Studies (TCD)2015
Ms Caroline WhiriskeyPharmacy Clinical Trials Unit, HRB CRF-GIMP/Placebo Sourcing, Release, Storage, Reconciliation. Study Day: Investigator Responsibilities for HPRA Regulated Studies (TCD)2015
Prof Brian LawlorPI Nilvad StudyInvestigator’s ViewpointStudy Day: Investigator Responsibilities for HPRA Regulated Studies (TCD)2015
Dr Ruben KeaneQuality Manager, HRB CRF-CMonitoring and Auditing Regulatory RequirementsStudy Day: Investigator Responsibilities for HPRA Regulated Studies (TCD) ----- Study Day: Introduction to Clinical Trials (UCC)2015
Dr Muiris DowlingClinical Research Reporting Officer, HRB CRF-CPharmacovigilance RequirementsStudy Day: Investigator Responsibilities for HPRA Regulated Studies (TCD) ----- Study Day: Introduction to Clinical Trials (UCC)2015
Ms Audrey HuggardUCC Office Corporate & Legal AffairsAcademic SponsorshipStudy Day: Investigator Responsibilities for HPRA Regulated Studies (TCD)2015
Professor Declan DevaneHealth Research Board-Trials Methodology Research Network (HRB-TMRN)Strengthening trial methodology and reporting in Ireland - HRB-TMRN Study Day: Investigator Responsibilities for HPRA Regulated Studies (TCD)2015
Ms Marie CarletonClinical Assessment and Policy Manager/Medical Devices Lead, HPRARegulatory Viewpoint, Clinical Investigations (Medical Devices)Study Day: Investigator Responsibilities for HPRA Regulated Studies (TCD)2015
Ms Mairead AsheData Protection Officer, HIQAData Protection, Common Pitfalls Study Day: Investigator Responsibilities for HPRA Regulated Studies (TCD)2015
Dr Erika DalySenior Manager Biostatistics, ICON Clinical ResearchBiostatistics for Regulated Trials ---- Methods of RandomisationStudy Day: Investigator Responsibilities for HPRA Regulated Studies (TCD) ----- Study Day - Introduction to the Design & Conduct of Randomised Trials (NUIG)2015
Dr Fionnuala KeaneDevelopment Lead Clinical Research Coordination Ireland (CRC-Ireland)HRB/EI Irish Clinical Trials Research Network ----- Running multi-centre trialsStudy Day: Investigator Responsibilities for HPRA Regulated Studies (TCD) ----- Study Day: Introduction to the Design & Conduct of Randomised Trials (NUIG)2015
Dr John NewellSenior Lecturer, NUI GalwaySample size calculations in randomised trials ------ Common statistical pitfalls and how to avoid themStudy Day: Introduction to the Design & Conduct of Randomised Trials (NUIG)2015
Mr Michael FahertyData Manager, HRB CRF GalwayBasic management of trial dataStudy Day: Introduction to the Design & Conduct of Randomised Trials (NUIG)2015
Dr Molly ByrneSenior Lecturer, NUI GalwayDeveloping and evaluating complex interventionsStudy Day: Introduction to the Design & Conduct of Randomised Trials (NUIG)2015
Dr Paddy GillespieLecturer, NUI GalwayEconomic evaluation alongside trialsStudy Day: Introduction to the Design & Conduct of Randomised Trials (NUIG)2015
Professor Peter BowerProfessor of Health Services Research, University of ManchesterRecruitment to randomised trialsStudy Day: Introduction to the Design & Conduct of Randomised Trials (NUIG)2015
Dr Ruben KeaneQuality Manager, HRB CRF-CMonitoring and Auditing Regulatory RequirementsStudy Day: Investigator Responsibilities for HPRA Regulated Studies ----- Study Day: Introduction to Clinical Trials (UCC)2015
Dr Valerie Smith Assistant Professor in Midwifery, TCD / Research Fellow NUI GalwayCore outcomes within trialsStudy Day: Introduction to the Design & Conduct of Randomised Trials (NUIG) Webinar 2015
Professor David MoherSenior Scientist, Clinical Epidemiology Program, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute Associate Professor, Department of Epidemiology & Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of OttawaReporting Guidelines in Randomised Trials Webinar 2015
Dr Deirdre MaddenSenior Lecturer Law, UCCEthical Considerations in Clinical TrialsStudy Day: Introduction to Clinical Trials (UCC)2015
Ms Emma SnapesAnulab and Biobank Manager, INFANT, UCCBiostorageStudy Day: Introduction to Clinical Trials (UCC)2015
Dr Darren DahlySenior Lecturer Patient Focused Research Methodology, HRB Clinical Research Facility CorkSample size estimationStudy Day: Introduction to Clinical Trials (UCC)2015
Prof George McCabeProfessor, Department of Statistics, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, College of Science, Purdue University, Indiana, USALogistic Regression, BiostatisticsLogistic Regression for Beginners (NUIG) ----- Introduction to Biostatistics Summer School 2015
Sir Iain ChalmersThe James Lind AllianceKEYNOTE ADDRESS: The James Lind Library: Illustrating the evolution of fair tests of treatments. Clinical Trial Methodology Symposium 20152015
Prof Paula WilliamsonDepartment of Biostatistics (Director), MRC HTMR Network (Chair), NIHR Senior Investigator, COMET Initiative, HRB-TMRNCore Outcome Datasets The MRC HTMR network updateClinical Trial Methodology Symposium 2015 & Webinar2015
Prof Peter SandercockUniversity of Edinburgh, HRB-TMRN International Advisory Board (Chairperson)Alteplase, Clinical Trials, Transparency and media storms Data monitoring committees: Past, Present & Future Marketing in Clinical Trials Clinical Trial Methodology Symposium 2015 & Webinar 2015 & 2016
Prof Craig Ramsay University of Edinburgh The role of implementation research in randomised controlled trials Clinical Trial Methodology Symposium 20152015

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