Dr. Trudy McGarry

Trudy obtained her BSc in Biomedical Health and Disease from University College Dublin in 2011. In the same year, Trudy was awarded a Molecular Medicine Ireland PhD scholarship for their unique cross-institutional Clinical and Translation Research Scholars Programme (CTRSP). During her PhD, she completed a four month Industry internship with Quintiles Transnational as part of the Global Regulatory Affairs department, providing regulatory ‘Roadmaps’ for large Pharma, advising them on the most efficient strategy to file a new drug application in Europe, South America and Asia. Trudy’s PhD research, entitled ‘Synovial inflammation in Rheumatoid Arthritis is regulated by Toll-like Receptor 2-activated signalling pathways’, was carried out in St. Vincent’s University Hospital and was completed in November 2015. Since this time, she has worked as a Postdoctoral researcher within the Molecular Rheumatology Group and Center for Arthritis and Rheumatic Diseases. At present, Trudy is the UCD Novartis Newman Postdoctoral Fellow and her research focuses on identifying the metabolic and cellular mechanisms that mediate inflammation in the joint. Her work is carried out in close collaboration with Industry partners including Janssen Pharmaceutics and Pfizer. She has received numerous travel grants to present her research within Europe and was awarded best oral presentation at both the MMI and New Horizons in Rheumatology national meetings. Trudy is the current Irish Country Lisiason Officer for EMEUNET (Emerging EULAR Network) and her role is to promote education and collaborative work among young clinicians and researchers in rheumatology and to liaise with other national representatives.

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