Maynooth Prizes and Awards Ceremony - 12 February 2020

Biology Prize Winners 2019 - Prizes and Scholarships Awards Ceremony 12 February 2020
Monday, February 24, 2020 - 12:45

Pictured at the Prizes and Scholarships Award Ceremony are Dr Jackie Nugent, Dr Emmanuelle Graciet, Blake McGrane-Corrigan (Ann Burnell Prize for best performance in 3rd year Biology), Lucy Bellotti (Martin Downes Prize for best performance in 2nd year Biology), Prof Philip Nolan, President, Cillian O'Donovan (Microbiology Society Prize to best 3rd Biotechnology student), Connor Newman (Charles Donovan Prize for 1st place in the MSc Immunology and Global Health), Andrea Woodcock (Mason Technology Prize for best overall performance in 4th year), Hazel Reddington (Biology Prize for best 4th year laboratory project), Trynise Kemmy (Prize for Best Overall 4th Year Biotechnology Result), Prof Sean Doyle.

Congratulations to all of our prize winners this year:
 

NAME PRIZE
Evan Keogh Peter Whittaker Prize for best performance in 1st year Biology
Lucy Bellotti Martin Downes Prize for best performance in 2nd year Biology
Cillian O'Donovan Microbiology Society Prize to best 3rd Biotechnology student
Blake McGrane-Corrigan Ann Burnell Prize for best performance in 3rd year Biology
Andrea Woodcock Mason Technology Prize for best overall performance in 4th year Biology
Hazel Reddington Biology Prize for best 4th year laboratory project
Trynise Kemmy Prize for Best Overall 4th Year Biotechnology Result
Connor Newman The Charles Donovan Prize for 1st place in MSc Immunology and Global Health

 


Dr Jackie Nugent, Lecturer in Biology; Lucy Bellotti, winner of the Martin Downes Prize for best performance in 2nd year Biology; Prof Philip Nolan, President
 

Sinead Dunning, Mason Technology; Prof Philip Nolan, President; Andrea Woodcock, winner of the Mason Technology prize for best overall performance in 4th year Biology; Connor Sweeney, Mason Technology.

 


Cillian O'Donovan, ​MICROBIOLOGY SOCIETY Prize to best 3rd Biotech student and Prof Sean Doyle, Professor of Biology.
 

Connor Newman, winner of the Charles Donovan Prize for 1st place in MSc Immunology and Global Health and Prof Philip Nolan, President.
 

Hazel Reddington, winner of the Biology Prize for Best 4th year laboratory project with Prof Philip Nolan, President.  Hazel's project, entitled, "Investigating the effect of autophagy on mesenchymal stromal cell TGF-b expression" was supervised by Prof Bernard Mahon.
 

Blake McGrane-Corrigan, winner of the Ann Burnell prize for best performance in 3rd year Biology with Prof Philip Nolan, President.
 

Trynise Kemmy, winner of the prize for best overall 4th year Biotechnology result with Prof Philip Nolan, President.