Kingston Mills

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PROFESSOR KINGSTON MILLS  is Professor of Experimental Immunology at TCD.  He has said that vaccinating the entire Irish population is needed to generate herd immunity for Covid-19.  In 2016, Mills began work on a €28 million project to find a vaccine for whooping cough.

He was co-founder of Opsoma Therapeutics with Luke O’Neill. Opsona Therapeutics, one of the most heavily backed Irish biotech start-ups, is to be wound up after 14 years in which it raised more than €76,500.000 in funding.   A decision was taken to put the company into a creditors’ voluntary liquidation after the search for a development partner or buyer for its main drug therapy was fruitless. – 13 Jan 2019

Benefactors included the EU, the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries & Associations, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. This year, Mills was on the team awarded €4.8 million by the Irish government, seeking to design effective Covid-19 vaccines.

If Pharma are funding all the professors and scientists that the media insist on pushing at us on a daily basis, and pharma stands to benefit from the treatments and vaccines which are being made mandatory – should we be trusting those professors, scientists and media? Here is what the British Medical Journal has to say.

Kingston Mills among top researchers to win 2020 Trinity Innovation Awards – 2 Dec 2020

 

Minister for Further and Higher Education, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris, TD, has today announced a €4.8 million investment into the immunology of COVID-19 at Trinity College Dublin.  The partnership supported by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) will be led by Prof Kingston Mills and Prof Aideen Long at the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute and Trinity Translational Medicine Institute, Trinity College Dublin.

Kingston Mills – more here on Opsona Therapeutics through the years

GRANTS & FUNDING

Kingston Mills Industry Partners/Collaborators (from SFI database) are Novartis (Italy) , Pieris AG Pieris AG, TriMod Therapeutics, ILiAD Technologies

01/09/2020 – 31/08/2023 grant €4,874,207 Immunity and Infection / Vaccines from the Science Foundation Irl

01/12/2020 – 31/01/2022 grant €260,001 Immunity and Infection / Inflammation Research from the Science Foundation Irl

01/01/2019 – 31/05/2021 grant €628,705 Immunity and Infection / Cancer from the Science Foundation Irl

01/01/2018 – 31/12/2022 grant €2,588,359 Immunity and Infection / Vaccines from the Science Foundation Irl

01/01/2017 – 31/12/2017 grant €554,769 Immunity and Infection / Inflammation Research from the Science Foundation Irl

01/10/2015 – 31/12/2018 grant €600,053 Immunity and Infection / Inflammation Research from the Science Foundation Irl

01/01/2016 – 31/12/2016 grant €129,371 Immunity and Infection / Inflammation Research from the Science Foundation Irl

01/02/2014 – 31/05/2015 grant €128,302 Immunity and Infection / Molecular and Cell Biology from the Science Foundation Irl

01/05/2013 – 31/01/2014 grant €8,000 Immunity and Infection / Microbiology from the Science Foundation Irl

01/01/2013 – 31/12/2013 grant €587,300 Immunity and Infection / Imaging and Microscopy from the Science Foundation Irl

01/02/2012 – 31/01/2013 grant €35,000 Immunity and Infection / Cell Cycle Regulation and Apoptosis from the Science Foundation Irl

01/03/2011 – 30/06/2012 grant €76,700 Immunity and Infection / Biochemistry from the Science Foundation Irl

01/05/2008 – 31/12/2013 grant €9,506,254 Immunity and Infection / Biochemistry from the Science Foundation Irl

01/01/2007 – 30/09/2012 grant €4,707,287 Immunity and Infection / Immunity and Infection from the Science Foundation Irl

01/09/2006 – 27/02/2010 grant €194,043 Immunity and Infection / Molecular and Cell Biology from the Science Foundation Irl

01/10/2001 – 04/12/2006 grant €9,171,146 Immunity and Infection / Immunity and Infection from the Science Foundation Irl

01/10/2012 – 31/12/2017 grant €2,820,202 Immunity and Infection / Inflammation Research from the Science Foundation Irl

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