Spring Graduation Ceremony DCU Water Institute Celebrates

Dr Gillian Duffy graduates with PhD in water sensing

Gillian completed her PhD in the School of Chemical Sciences in water quality sensing having developed sensors for phosphate and chromium in water.  Gillian was funded by a Naughton Fellowship in a collaboration between Professor Jennifer Tank, University of Notre Dame and Prof. Fiona Regan, DCU School of Chemical Sciences.

Dr Thayse Marques Passos graduates with PhD in Biotechnology

Dr Thayse Marques Passos also graduated with a PhD from the School of Biotechnology in DCU. Thayse worked with the supervisors: Dr Brid Quilty and Dr Mary Pryce.  Thayse has recently began working with DCU Water Institute as a postdoctoral researcher in microbiology of wastewater on the EXEMPLAR project.

Congratulations and best wishes to Gillian and Thayse from the DCU Water Institute.

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