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Research & Innovation Support, Invent, Dublin City University, Glasnevin, Dublin 9, Ireland. 
Email: research@dcu.ie 
Ph: +353 1 7008000; Fax: + 353 1 7008002

Research Support main office is located in the Invent building, on the Glasnevin Campus of Dublin City University. Research Support also has an office on the St Patrick's Campus. 

How to find us 

Team Member Roles

Fiona Morrissey

Ms. Fiona Morrissey

7008000
fiona.morrissey@dcu.ie

Fiona Morrissey is the Primary Point of Contact for Research Support. She is the administrator for the Research Support Office and provides assistance to the Research Support team, the Vice President for Research and Innovation, the Director of Research Support. 

Isabel Hidalgo

Ms. Isabel Hidalgo
7007894
isabel.hidalgo@dcu.ie

Isabel Hidalgo manages all our Research Information Systems, including Research Professional, the new Research Engine, the Internal Proposal Approval System and the Research Support system for awards, and is leading the upgrade to our new grant management system that will go live in 2017.

Helen Burke

Dr. Helen Burke
7008003
helen.burke@dcu.ie

Dr. Helen Burke is the Contact Point for the Schools of Biotechnology, Health and Human Performance, and Nursing & Human Sciences and associated Research Centres. She is the Call Manager for health funders including Wellcome Trust, HRB, Irish Cancer Society etc., as well as Fulbright and H2020 Societal Challenges in Health and Food/Agriculture. 

David Fitzpatric

Dr. David Fitzpatrick 
7008010
david.fitzpatrick@dcu.ie

Dr. David Fitzpatrick is the Contact Point for the Faculty of Engineering and Computing and associated Research Centres. He manages Enterprise Ireland funding calls, SFI Industry-related calls (TIDA, Industry Fellowships etc.) and H2020 Societal Challenge in Security, and FET and DG Connect (ICT). 

Kieran ODwyer

Mr. Kieran O'Dwyer
7005729
kieran.odwyer@dcu.ie

Kieran O’Dwyer is the Contact Point for DCU Business School  and manages the legal agreements with Industry for collaborative and contract research, as well as EU consortium agreements. He is the call manager for all H2020 calls in the Industrial Leadership Pillar.  

 Ecaterina McDonagh

Dr. Ecaterina McDonagh (Katya)
7005551
ecaterina.mcdonagh@dcu.ie

Dr. Katya McDonagh is the Contact Point for the Faculty of the Humanities and Social Sciences and associated Research Centres. She manages the Irish Research Council calls, as well as H2020 Marie Curie Calls, COST and the Societal Challenges for Inclusive Societies.   

Fiona Brennan

Ms. Fiona Brennan
7007816
fiona.brennan@dcu.ie

Fiona Brennan is the Contact Point for Schools of Chemical Sciences, Physical Sciences and Mathematical Sciences, and associated Research Centres. She is the Call Manager for Science Foundation Ireland, HEA (PRTLI), Environmental Protection Agency, Marine Institute, Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland and H2020 Societal Challenges in Climate Action and Energy.  

Nina Shiel

Dr. Nina Shiel
7005921
nina.shiel@dcu.ie

Dr. Nina Shiel is the Funding Diversity Officer for the faculty of HSS, to provide additional support post incorporation. She supports proposal development and funding diversification in the Faculty and associated Research Centres, and is responsible for RIS communications and marketing strategy.

Jane Carrigan

Dr. Jane Carrigan
8842265
jane.carrigan@dcu.ie

Dr. Jane Carrigan is the Contact Point for the Institute of Education and associated Research Centres. She is the call manager for ERASMUS+, EACEA and ERC programmes, as well as Royal Irish Academy calls. She is based on St Patrick’s Campus and provides support for proposal development and funding diversification in the Institute. 

 Ana Terres

Dr. Ana Terres
7007011
ana.terres@dcu.ie

Dr. Ana Terres is the Director of Research Support. She supports the Vice-President for Research and Innovation with the implementation of the DCU Research Strategy, manages the Research Support team and oversees the direction of the support teams (Research Administration and Research Facilities and Infrastructure) at the Science and Technology Enhancement Platform.

 Greg Hughes

Prof. Greg Hughes
7005390
greg.hughes@dcu.ie

Prof. Greg Hughes is the Vice-President for Research and Innovation. The VPRI is responsible for the ongoing advancement of the DCU’s research and innovation strategy, champions a culture of research and coordinates research initiatives within the university, and represents the university in its engagement with external bodies and funding agencies.