Samuel Haughton Lecture 2016

22/01/2016 in National University of Ireland, Galway

Professor Tim O’Brien, NUI Galway, REMEDI and CÚRAM.

Translation of stem cell therapies to the clinic

Professor O’Brien is the Director of REMEDI, the regenerative medicine programme in NUI Galway. He is a Consultant Physician in Endocrinology, Metabolism and Diabetes Mellitus at Galway University Hospital and Saolta University Healthcare Group. He is Professor and Head of Medicine and Dean of the College of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at NUI Galway. He directs the Centre for Cell Manufacturing Ireland, a licensed GMP production facility and is a PI at the HRB Galway Clinical Research Facility and is Co-direct of Curam, an Science Foundation Ireland research centre designing the next generation of ‘smart’ medical devices


This being the twenty-second presentation of the Samuel Haughton Lecture since its beginnings in 1995.

Meeting chaired by Patrick McGarry

Bronze Medal Winner: Noel Reynolds (NUIG)