Cynthia Coleman is a Lecturer in Cellular Manufacturing and Therapy at the National University of Ireland Galway and is programme director of the award-winning MSc in Cellular Manufacturing & Therapy. She completed her BSc in Biology from Saint Michael’s College (1997) and her PhD in Developmental Biology and Teratology from Thomas Jefferson University (2002).

Following the completion of her PhD, she transitioned to the National Institutes of Health (2002-2004) for her post-doctoral fellowship in the Cartilage Biology and Orthopaedics Branch of NIAMS. Following her training, she joined Johnson & Johnson Regenerative Therapeutics (2004-2006) as a senior scientist in cell biology and pre-clinical evaluation. Cynthia joined the National University of Ireland Galway Regenerative Medicine Institute in 2007.

Please see here for research publications. Furthermore, for details on our current research endeavours please see our research group page here.