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Professor Eleanor Molloy

Professor of Paediatrics & Child Health (Paediatrics)

Professor of Paediatrics & Child Health (Trinity Inst. of Neurosciences (TCIN))

Eleanor J. Molloy, Aoife Branagan, Tim Hurley, Fiona Quirke, Declan Devane, Petek E. Taneri, Mohamed El-Dib, Frank H. Bloomfield, Beccy Maeso, Betsy Pilon, Sonia L. Bonifacio, Courtney J. Wusthoff, Lina Chalak, Cynthia Bearer, Deirdre M. Murray, Nadia Badawi, Suzann Campbell, Sarah Mulkey, Pierre Gressens, Donna M. Ferriero, Linda S. de Vries, Karen Walker, Sarah Kay, Geraldine Boylan, Chris Gale, Nicola J. Robertson, Mary D"Alton, Alistair Gunn, Karin B. Nelson, Neonatal encephalopathy and hypoxic"ischemic encephalopathy: moving from controversy to consensus definitions and subclassification, Pediatric Research, 94, (6), 2023, p1860-1863 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Eleanor J. Molloy, Natasha Nakra, Chris Gale, Victoria R. Dimitriades, Satyan Lakshminrusimha, Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) and neonates (MIS-N) associated with COVID-19: optimizing definition and management, Pediatric Research, 93, (6), 2023, p1499-1508 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED
E. J. Molloy, C. F. Bearer, Doing a PhD: ten golden rules, Pediatric Research, 93, (3), 2023, p448-450 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Hassan Eliwan and Murwan Omer and Ellen McKenna and Lynne A. Kelly and Beatrice Nolan and Irene Regan and Eleanor J. Molloy, Protein C Pathway in Paediatric and Neonatal Sepsis, Frontiers in Pediatrics, 9, 2022, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI  URL
CJ. Henry, G Semova, E Barnes, I Cotter, T Devers , A Rafaee, A Slavescu, N O'Cathain, D McCollum, E Roche, D Mockler, J Allen, J Meehan, C Klingenberg, JM. Latour, A van den Hooge, T Strunk, E Giannoni, LJ. Schlapbach, M Degtyareva, FB. Plötz, WP de Boode, L Naver, JL. Wynn, H Küster, J Janota, FM. Keij, IK.M. Reiss, J M Bliss, R Polin, JM Koenig, MA Turner, C Gale, EJ. Molloy and on behalf of the Infection, Inflammation, Immunology and Immunisation section of the European Society for Paediatric Research (ESPR), Neonatal sepsis: a systematic review of core outcomes from randomised clinical trials, Pediatric Research, 2022, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
E. J. Molloy, C. F. Bearer, Paediatric and neonatal sepsis and inflammation, Pediatric Research, 91, (2), 2022, p267--269 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Bearer CF, Roland D, Molloy EJ, Value of children in our world., Pediatric research, 2022, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Ní Bhroin M, Kelly L, Sweetman D, Aslam S, O'Dea MI, Hurley T, Slevin M, Murphy J, Byrne AT, Colleran G, Molloy EJ, Bokde ALW., Relationship Between MRI Scoring Systems and Neurodevelopmental Outcome at Two Years in Infants With Neonatal Encephalopathy., Pediatr Neurol, (126), 2022, p35 - 42, Notes: [ PMID: 34736061 ], Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Melissa E. Barnes and Emily Feeney and Andrew Duncan and Samher Jassim and Honora MacNamara and Joseph O'Hara and Beshoy Refila and John Allen and Danielle McCollum and Judith Meehan and Rachel Mullaly and Niamh O'Cathain and Edna Roche and Eleanor J. Molloy, Pulmonary haemorrhage in neonates: Systematic review of management, Acta Paediatrica, 111, (2), 2022, p236--244 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Quirke FA, Healy P, Bhraonáin EN, Daly M, Biesty L, Hurley T, Walker K, Meher S, Haas DM, Bloomfield FH, Kirkham JJ, Molloy EJ, Devane D, COHESION: core outcomes in neonatal encephalopathy (protocol)., Trials, 2021, Journal Article, PUBLISHED

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Our research group aims to delineate perinatal and early neonatal inflammatory responses in health and disease. We have established longitudinal cohorts of infants with neonatal encephalopathy and preterm infants as well as neonatal controls in order to explore the role of early inflammatory changes and developmental outcomes. We have studied the role of activated monocytes and neutrophils in neonatal diseases and the use of immunomodulatory agents such as vitamin d and activated protein c.