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Name Merry, Concepta
Main Department Clinical Medicine
College Title Lecturer in Therapeutics -Part-Time
E-mail cmerry@tcd.ie
College Tel +353 1 896 2033
Web http://people.tcd.ie/cmerry
 
Representations
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Member, DMMC Inflammation, Immunity & Infection Principal Investigators, DMMC Principal Investigators leading research in inflammation, immunit and infection.
Member, Centre for Research into Global Disease (Proposed), This consortium combines researchers with complementary interests in globally significant infectious disease. Interests include innate immunity, immune regulation, regional immunity, immune evasiob, vaccine & adjuvant development as well as drug & target development.
 
Description of Research Interests
Role of pharmacology (genomics/kinetics & economics) in optimising outcomes for HIV infected individuals in the resource limited setting
 
Research Interests
Role of pharmacology (genomics/kinetics & economics) in optimising outcomes for HIV infected individuals in the resource limited setting
 
Publications and Other Research Outputs
Peer Reviewed
Mohammed Lamorde, John R.S. Tabuti, Celestino Obua, Collins Kukunda-Byobona, Hindam Lanyero, Pauline Byakika-Kibwika, Godfrey S. Bbosa, Aloysius Lubega, Jasper Ogwal-Okeng, Mairin Ryan, Paul J. Waako and Concepta Merry, Medicinal plants used by traditional medicine practitioners for the treatment of HIV/AIDS and related conditions in Uganda, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2010
TARA - Full Text
L. Kyne, C. Merry, B. O'Connell, P. Harrington, C. Keane and D. O'Neill, Simultaneous outbreaks of two strains of toxigenic Clostridium difficile in a general hospital, The Journal of hospital infection, 38, (2), 1998, p101-12
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C. Merry, P. Puri and D. J. Reen, Effect of major surgery on neutrophil chemotaxis and actin polymerization in neonates and children, Journal of pediatric surgery, 32, (6), 1997, p813-7
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C. Merry, P. Puri and D. J. Reen, Defective neutrophil actin polymerisation and chemotaxis in stressed newborns, Journal of pediatric surgery, 31, (4), 1996, p481-5
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