Philip and Lorraine Nolan

 

Philip Nolan takes office as new SFI director – The NPHET member will also take on the role of chief scientific advisor to government – 17 Jan 2022

  • Professor Nolan follows Prof Mark Ferguson as director. During his 10-year term, Ferguson oversaw funding pools of up to €200m a year. In 2012, just after Ferguson took office, the role of director general of SFI was combined with that of chief scientific advisor to the government, a move some academics criticised. Prof Nolan will hold both roles.

What, exactly, are Philip Nolan’s qualifications? – 3 Dec 2021

Covid Ireland: Professor Luke O’Neill says Philip Nolan is ‘missing’ the point when it comes to HEPA filters in classrooms – 2 Dec 2021

Ventilation expert surprised the State is ‘taking advice from elsewhere’ – 2 Dec 2021

Chair of expert ventilation group says Nolan’s comment on HEPA filters ‘defies laws of physics’ – 1 Dec 2021

Nphet’s Philip Nolan says criticism of his ‘snake oil’ tweet is ‘fair enough’ – 15 May 2021

Prof Philip Nolan accused of acting as ‘judge, jury and executioner’ in row between two senior academics – 13 May 2021

Philip Nolan hits back at Luke O’Neill’s criticisms over AstraZeneca vaccine pause – great bit of banter here – pausing the vaccine was a show of caring about safety or to counter vaccine hesitancy? – Either way, just a bit of theater. – 21 March 2021

Derek Nolan TCD –  apart from working with Luke O’Neill on research projects – his research has been funded by Wellcome Trust, Wellcome Health Research Board (HRB), and the Science Foundation of Ireland (SFI)

DEREK NOLAN

Putrid camel urine boosts sleeping sickness research – Derek Nolan & Luke O’Neill – 17 Nov 2016

Interview: Protecting patient safety at Ireland’s medical regulation authority – 19 April 2016

Some Grants & Funding  for Derek Nolan

2015 – 2019 grant €96,000 from Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering and Technology

2010 – 2013 grant €203,491 from Wellcome Health Research Board

2008 grant €2,500 from Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering and Technology

01/05/2007 – 13/08/2010 grant €245,482 Molecular and Cell Biology / Parasitology from Science Foundation Irl

2007 – 2012 grant €236,000 from Wellcome Health Research Board

01/05/2004 – 21/04/2006 grant €206,159 Biochemistry / Parasitology from Science Foundation Irl

2002 – 2009 grant €1,600,000 from Wellcome Trust

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