Prof. Anne Marie Healy being presented with the award by Philip Nolan, Director General – Science Foundation Ireland
Professor Anne Marie Healy, School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Trinity College Dublin, is one of the Co-Directors of the Centre for Doctoral Training in Transformative Pharmaceutical Technologies and an SSPC Principal Investigator. Winning the Science Foundation Ireland mentorship award is a testament to her outstanding contributions in the field of research and her dedication to nurturing future scientists. She has graduated 20 PhD students and mentored 25 postdoctoral researchers and supporting many more.
Professor Healy’s expertise and leadership have made a significant impact on the scientific community, particularly her involvement in the Centre for Doctoral Training in Transformative Pharmaceutical Technologies. Her commitment to mentoring and guiding young researchers has been instrumental in their success and development.
Through her mentorship, Professor Healy has not only provided invaluable guidance but also fostered an environment where innovation and collaboration thrive. Her dedication to supporting emerging talent is commendable, as she continues to inspire young researchers to push boundaries and make ground-breaking discoveries. This award is a testament to Anne Marie’s dedication and impact as a mentor, signifying the efforts in guiding and supporting others. Beyond personal recognition, this award shows the benefits being provided to many mentees who have benefited from Anne Marie’s guidance.
We congratulate her on this well-deserved recognition and look forward to seeing her continued impact on research at Trinity College Dublin.