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Vice-Chancellor's Research Prizes 2020

The winners of the Vice-Chancellor's Research Prizes 2020 were announced this week by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ian Greer.

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Established in 2012, the Vice-Chancellor's Research Prizes recognise and reward those whose research has impact beyond academia, whether on health, society, public policy, business, education, the environment or quality of life.

Congratulations to this year's winners:

  • VC’s Prize for Postdoctoral Researcher: Dr Darragh Gannon, School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics
  • VC’s Prize for Early Career Researcher: Hien Quoc Ngo, ECIT
  • VC’s Prize for Research Support: Maciej Domanski, Centre for Public Health
  • VC’s Prize for Research Impact: Olinda Santin, School of Nursing and Midwifery
  • VC’s Prize for Research Innovation: Franziska Schroeder, School of Arts, English and Languages
  • VC’s Prize for Research Engagement: Professor Rhiannon Turner, School of Psychology
  • VC’s Prize for Research Culture: The team at BREATH, a successful multidisciplinary, cross-border, collaborative research and training programme comprising of six PhD students, three PDRAs and a team of technicians, supervised by Professor Lorraine Martin, Professor Lorcan McGarvey and Dr Fionnuala Lundy