Athlone Institute of Technology
Carlow Institute of Technology
Cork Institute of Technology
Dublin City University
Dublin Institute of Technology
Dundalk Institute of Technology
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology
Institute of Technology Blanchardstown
Institute of Technology Sligo
Letterkenny Institute of Technology
Limerick Institute of Technology
Limerick Institute of Technology Tipperary Campus
National University of Ireland Maynooth
National University of Ireland Galway
Queen's University Belfast
Trinity College Dublin
Tralee Institute of Technology
University College Cork
University College Dublin
University of Limerick
University of Ulster Coleraine
Waterford Institute of Technology
Dr. Andy Fogarty lectures Ecotoxicology and Microbiology in the Department of Life and Physical Science, Athlone Institute of Technology.
He also is a senior researcher in the Biosciences Research Institute, AIT. He is a graduate of University College Galway (BSc, Microbiology and PhD) and The Ohio State University (MSc, Environmental Microbiology). His main research interests are multi-trophic ecotoxicity assessment of environmental toxicants; histopathological analyses of the effects of EDCs in Fish and ecotoxicological assessment of novel wastewater treatment technologies. He serves as external examiner for several universities and is a Toxicology technical advisor to the Irish National Accreditation Board for laboratories seeking accreditation under the International Standards Organisation requirements for the competence of testing and calibration of laboratories (ISO 17025).
Dr. Valerie McCarthy holds a PhD in Ecology from Trinity College Dublin and is a Lecturer in the Department of Applied Sciences, Dundalk Institute of Technology, lecturing in biology and environmental sciences. Her research interest are in theoretical and experimental community and ecosystem ecology in freshwater systems and she is engaged in research investigating the linkages between aquatic systems and their catchments and tracking the fate of contaminants from source to receptor.
Michael is a lecturer in Horticulture at the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown and co-ordinates a number of full time and part time Horticulture certificate and degree programmes. He previously taught at the Salesian College of Horticulture in Warrenstown, Co. Meath for a number of years, having spent the early part of his career in the landscape industry in Dublin. A 1990ís graduate of the B.Agr.Sc. (Landscape Horticulture) degree in UCD, Michael has also undertaken studies in Organic Farming at the SRUC and University of Glasgow. His main areas of interest are sustainability and safety in food production and sustainable practices in horticulture in general. Michael is secretary of the Ireland branch of the Chartered Institute of Horticulture, a body representing professional horticulturists and actively promoting professionalism in the Horticulture industry.
Dr. Frances Lucy is a lecturer and researcher at the Department of Environmental Science, Institute of Technology, Sligo, where she co-ordinates an on-line BSc in Environmental Management and lectures in various environmental programmes. Her main research areas are in aquatic invasive Species, water quality, fisheries science and human waterborne pathogens, with several MSc and PhD students targeting this research. Frances is Editor-in-Chief for two open access on-line journals, Aquatic Invasions and BioInvasions Records (www.aquaticinvasions.net). She is also a Board member of Inland Fisheries Ireland.
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