Female PhD scholarship programme launched at CIT

CONNECT’s Donna O’Shea and Susan Rea at Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) are leading a new female PhD scholarship programme in partnership with McKesson.

The PhD opportunity will be in the area of connected health and is part of the new SFI Centre for Research Training in Advanced Networks for Sustainable Societies. Deadline for applications is 31 July 2019.

Donna O’Shea is currently acting head of the Computer Science Department at CIT, and Susan Rea is a member of Athena Swan at CIT.

Read this TechCentral news item here.
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Photo caption: Graham Baitson, McKesson; Dr Susan Rea, Nimbus Research Centre; Dr Donna O’Shea, Dept of Computer Science, CIT; Denis Canty, McKesson; and Prof John Barrett, Nimbus Research Centre.

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