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  • Title: Eye & Ear Research Foundation | Dublin - ResearchFoundation.ie
    Descriptive info: .. Research Foundation.. Royal Victoria Eye Ear Hospital.. supporting clinical research to eliminate eye ear disease.. About.. For Patients.. Research.. Fundraising.. Events.. Media.. Donate Here.. Contact us.. Prev.. Next.. The Research Foundation.. Help Us to Help Others.. Support our vital research work into eye disease, such as.. Culturing of stem cells from the eye to benefit patients undergoing corneal transplant.. A new study into ocular melanoma, an eye tumour which can result in loss of the eye.. A study on the effects of smoking on macular degeneration.. New Frontiers Meeting in Ophthalmology | 12th June 2014.. Diabetic Retinopathy - Education Conference Centre, Royal Victoria Eye Ear Hospital.. Speakers include: Lloyd Paul Aiello (Harvard University), Mr Mark Cahill (Royal Victoria Eye Ear Hospital), Dr Reinhold Medina (Queens University Belfast), Mr David Keegan (Mater Misericordiae University Hospital Mater Private Hospital) and Mr Rob Acheson (Mater Private Hospital).. Women's Mini Marathon | 2 June 2014.. Calling all ladies to sign up for the Flora Womens Mini Marathon on Monday 2nd June 2014 in support of the Eithne  ...   Stem Cell Tissue Engineering Education & Conference Centre, Royal Victoria Eye Ear Hospital.. Speakers include: Prof C.. Murphy & Mr B.. Power (RVEEH), Dr C.. Gallagher & Dr F.. O'Sullivan (DCU), Prof F.. O'Brien & Dr A.. Cameron (RCSI), Dr K.. Kavanagh (NUI, MAYNOOTH) Ms S.. Masterson (IRISH MEDICINES BOARD).. About Us.. The Research Foundation in the Royal Victoria Eye Ear Hospital provides support for clinical research involving eye, ear, nose and throat diseases.. Learn more.. There is an emphasis on clinical and translational research, where patient-focused laboratory investigations aim to improve patient care through the development of new treatments.. More info.. Following the tragic AF447 Rio-Paris accident Dr Eithne Walls' family established a Research Fund in her memory.. Contact us:.. Royal Victoria Eye Ear Research Foundation Limited.. |.. Adelaide Road.. Dublin 2.. Tel: 01-6343630.. Fax: 01-6614670.. Email us.. Registered in Ireland: 514473.. Registered Charity Number: 20950.. Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital Research Foundation Limited is a Company Limited by Guarantee.. Registered Office: Adelaide Road, Dublin 2.. Web Design and Development by FUSIO..

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  • Title: About Us |Eye & Ear Research Foundation | Dublin - ResearchFoundation.ie
    Descriptive info: History.. The Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital Research Foundation Limited, the brainchild of Dr.. Alan Mooney, was established in 1974.. The Hospital Council nominated a committee consisting of 9 Ophthalmic and ENT Consultants with Alan Mooney as Chairman.. The committee immediately embarked on a fund-raising campaign to build a unit which would facilitate research into diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.. Thanks to the enthusiasm of the committee and Alan Mooney, in particular, the embryo Research Unit was opened in a converted mobile home in 1976 and, with further public fund-raising, the present permanent Research Unit building was opened by the then Minister for Health, Dr.. Michael Woods, in March 1981.. Over subsequent years, funding for research in the unit has depended on an annual contribution from the Eye and Ear Hospital, charitable donations from the general public and funds raised from services provided by the Research Unit relating to Ophthalmic and Auditory disorders.. Since its establishment in 1974, the Research Foundation at the Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital, Dublin has had a particular interest in patients with various forms of inherited and retinal diseases.. It was amongst the first centres in the country to develop electrodiagnostics to aid in the diagnosis and assessment of patients with blinding conditions.. Today, the unit possesses state-of-the-art electrodiagnostic equipment and can carry out the full range of electrodiagnostic tests of retinal and visual function to the highest international standards.. The remit of the Research Foundation has expanded over the last number of years and carries out research in various types of eye disease including retinal disease, ocular oncology, ocular inflammation, corneal disease and eye complications of systemic disease.. These research studies in Ophthalmology are crucial in the treatment and causes of eye disease, sight loss and blinding conditions.. Research Activity.. The main function of the Research Foundation is to fund research projects which further our understanding of diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat.. The Research Foundation also provides funding for trainee doctors to undertake higher degree studies.. Current collaborations include postgraduate research projects at Trinity College Dublin, Royal College of Surgeons Ireland, and Dublin City University.. In Collaboration with the Ocular Genetics Unit at Trinity College, Dublin, the Research Foundation has been active in identifying large Irish families with forms of Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP).. To date, this collaboration has resulted in the identification of a number of genes including Rhodopsin, Peripherin/RDS and the mitochondrial gene.. Recently, the group identified a mutation in the IMPDH1 gene in a large Spanish kindred with a severe and  ...   external eye disease, St Paul's Eye Unit, Liverpool, United Kingdom.. Special Interests: Cataract Surgery, Corneal Surgery , External Eye Disease, Inflammatory Eye Disease, Medical Education, Ocular Immunology.. Research: Innate immunity of the ocular surface, herpetic eye disease, medical education.. Professor Susan Kennedy.. Consultant Histopathologist at Royal Victoria Eye Ear Hospital.. Dr Andra Bobart-Hone.. Consultant Ophthalmologist at Hermitage Medical Clinic.. Mr Mark Rafferty.. Consultant Otolaryngologist at Royal Victoria Eye Ear Hospital.. Ms Marie Tighe.. Programme Manager at National Diabetes Programme/Primary Care.. Management Committee.. Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at Royal Victoria Eye Ear Hospital.. Paul Kenna.. Medical Director at Royal Victoria Eye Ear Hospital Research Foundation Limited.. Ms Hilary Dempsey.. Chief Electrodiagnostic Technician at Royal Victoria Eye Ear Hospital Research Foundation Limited.. Emma-Jayne Verner.. Research Co-ordinator at Royal Victoria Eye Ear Hospital Research Foundation Limited.. Josephine Lavelle.. Accounts Manager at Royal Victoria Eye Ear Hospital Research Foundation Limited.. Research Staff.. Karen Collins.. Senior Electrodiagnostic Technician / Clinical Trials Co-ordinator.. Anne Caslin.. Clinical Research Nurse.. Teresa Kearns.. Laura Hughes.. Ophthalmic Photographer.. Annual Progress Report.. Please see below for links to a PDF Version of the Research Foundation's annual Progress Report.. This report includes an update on Research Projects, Fundraising events, Publications and Presentations in the hospital.. If you would like a copy of an Annual Report posted please call 01-6343630 or email.. info@researchfoundation.. ie.. Download the Progress Report on activities 2012.. Download the Progress Report on activities, 2010 - 2011.. Fundraising Principles.. The Research Foundation, Royal Victoria Eye Ear Hospital is fully committed to achieving the standards contained within the Statement of Guiding Principles for Fundraising.. Learn more about the.. Statement of Guiding Principles for Fundraising.. or.. download the document here.. (PDF).. The Statement exists to:.. Improve fundraising practice.. Promote high levels of accountability and transparency by organisations fundraising from the public.. Provide clarity and assurances to donors and prospective donors about the organisations they support.. We Research Foundation, Royal Victoria Eye Ear Hospital have considered the Statement and believe we meet the standards it sets out.. Donor Charter Statement | Download as a.. PDF document.. or as a.. MS Word Document.. Feedback & complaints procedure | Download as a.. The Research Foundation, Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital report on our fundraising activities is available in our most recent.. Annual Report.. (PDF).. For more information on Principles of Good Fundraising please visit the.. ICTR website.. We welcome your feedback on our performance via any of the contact points provided.. Write to: Emma-Jayne Verner.. Royal Victoria Eye Ear Research Foundation Ltd.. Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital.. Adelaide Road.. Email:.. emma-jayne.. verner@rveeh..

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  • Title: About Us |Eye & Ear Research Foundation | Dublin - ResearchFoundation.ie
    Descriptive info: Patient Information.. The Research Unit at the Research Foundation, Royal Victoria Eye Ear Hospital has state-of-the-art equipment designed to analyse various aspects of visual function.. Your eye doctor may request that one or more of these tests be performed so as to help come to a precise diagnosis of your particular condition.. Eye Tests.. These tests may be divided into 2 groups:.. Psycho-physical.. Electro-physical.. Broadly speaking, psycho-physical tests involve presenting a visual signal which the patient must interpret.. Electro-physical tests involve the technician measuring a small electrical signal generated in some portion of the patient's visual pathway in response to a visual stimulus.. These tests do not require that the patient interpret or actively respond to the stimulus.. The different tests are:.. Snellen Visual Acuity.. This test, first developed by the Dutch ophthalmologist, Herman Snellen in 1862, involves the patient reading a series of letters of decreasing size, from a standard distance.. Although every aspect of this test is carefully controlled it is an easy test for patients to perform.. Please remember to bring any glasses you use for either driving or reading with you for this test.. If you have difficulties with letters please do not hesitate to mention this to the examiner as the test can be adapted to suit your need.. Perimetry Test.. This test is also known as visual field testing, may be requested if there is any suspicion that you have an eye disorder which might result in loss of peripheral (side) vision or of central vision.. Such conditions include Glaucoma, Age Related Macular Degeneration or a variety of inherited degenerations of the retina, the light-sensing layer of the eye.. Goldmann Perimetry.. This test takes approximately 30 minutes to perform.. Please bring your glasses with you for this test.. You will look into the interior of a large bowl.. One eye will be tested at a time.. It is very important that you concentrate on looking at a small black spot at the very centre of the bowl throughout the test.. White, spot targets, varying in size and brightness, will be brought in from the edge of the bowl towards the centre.. As soon as you first see the spot target you must press a buzzer to alert the examiner to the fact that you have detected the target.. The circumference of your visual field to each target will be carefully mapped.. Usually 3 different targets, of reducing size, are used.. Any defects within your visual field will be carefully mapped out.. Humphrey Automated Permetry.. This test also measures the visual field.. It takes approximately 30 minutes to  ...   and analyse to see if the number of errors falls within the normal range for your age.. Certain patterns of arrangement of the caps are characteristic of particular types of colour blindness.. Dark Adaptometry.. When we come from bright light into semi-darkness it takes some time for us to be able to make out shapes and shadows.. This test examines how well you can see in low light and how long it takes for your eye to adapt.. The test takes approximately 35 minutes.. Your pupil will be dilated.. Do not drive in for this test as the pupil dilation will make it unsafe for you to drive for some hour after the test.. You will look into the interior of a brightly lit bowl for 5 minutes.. The light in the bowl will be turned out and every minute you will be asked to say when you detect a large white spot of light.. The intensity at which you detect this spot will be recorded over the following 30 minutes.. Counselling Service.. A counselling and support service is provided to the Research Department in the Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital every Wednesday morning from 10.. 00am.. to 1.. 00pm.. for newly-diagnosed patients and their families and also for patients on follow-up visits.. This service is provided by Insight Counselling Centre, an initiative of Fighting Blindness.. The Centre was established in 2002 with the objective of providing practical help, emotional support and psychotherapy to individuals experiencing sight loss, as well as to their families.. Sight loss impacts in very many different ways and at many different levels on individuals and their families.. The onset of sight loss can change one s relationship with self and others and reaching out for support in these circumstances can be very beneficial.. The Centre provides a safe place for exploring matters of concern and help in finding a way through what can be a difficult and frightening time.. On-going counselling is also available Monday to Friday at the Insight Counselling Centre premises at 4 South Great George s Street.. The service is provided free of charge by Fighting Blindness and is open to referrals from the clinical staff.. How to get there.. View.. Research Foundation, Eye Ear Hospital.. Parking.. On-street parking is available which is pay and display.. A limited number of disabled parking spaces are available on the hospital grounds please contact us for details on 01-6343630.. Public Transport.. Dublin bus.. No.. 11/14/46A/7B/7D/84X/70/37/38/38A/15/15A/15B/44/74/74A/41X/51X/142.. dublinbus.. Rail.. irishrail.. Taxi.. If you need a taxi we would be happy to order one for you, please ask at reception..

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  • Title: Research |Eye & Ear Research Foundation | Dublin - ResearchFoundation.ie
    Descriptive info: Ophthalmology Research.. Donate Today.. Ophthalmology Research.. Ophthalmology research at the Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital benefits from strong collaborations with other research groups at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin City University and Trinity College Dublin.. Clinical research at the hospital is strongly supported and funded by the Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital Research Foundation, which has relied on charitable donations to support medical research since it was founded in 1974.. Genetics Research.. Working with Irish families with autosomal dominant forms of the inherited retinal degeneration, Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP) and in collaboration with the Ocular Genetics Unit at Trinity College Dublin, Foundation researchers were instrumental in identifying the first disease-causing gene in any form of RP, rhodopsin, in 1989.. Subsequently other RP causing genes were identified in families who were characterised at the Foundation, namely the Peripherin/RDS and the mitochondrial MTTS2 genes.. Most recently, a mutation was identified in the RPE65 gene in an Irish family, ascertained at the Foundation, with an autosomal dominant form of Retinitis Pigmentosa.. At present, patients with inherited retinal degenerations face inexorable loss of vision, in many cases resulting in total blindness.. However, as a result of the molecular genetic advances with which the Foundation has been intimately involved, realistic prospects now exist to give hope that treatments will become available in the foreseeable future.. At the Foundation, we aim to continue to be at the forefront of research which will eventually result in the development of sight-saving treatments for these patients.. Projects.. Age-related macular degeneration (AMD).. Age-related macular degeneration is one of the most common causes of visual impairment in the Irish population.. Although many risk factors for the condition have been identified, recent research has highlighted the significance of genetic factors in increasing the risk of an individual developing this disease.. A large-scale study into the genetics of AMD is presently underway at the Foundation to characterise the importance of genetic risk factors in the Irish AMD population.. Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP).. ADRP with Choroidal Involvement associated with Asp477gly Mutation within the Rpe65 Gene.. In a collaborative research effort between the Research Foundation at the Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital and the Ocular Genetics Unit at Trinity College Dublin investigators identified a new gene responsible for a form of autosomal dominant Retinitis Pigmentosa.. The results were published in October 2011.. Linkage testing using Affymetrix 6.. 0 SNP Arrays mapped the disease locus in TCD-G, an Irish family with autosomal dominant retinitis pigmentosa (adRP) ascertained and clinically characterized at the Foundation to an 8.. 8 Mb region on 1p31.. Candidate gene and exome sequencing resulted in the identification of an Asp477Gly mutation in exon 13 of the RPE65 gene tracking with the disease in TCD-G.. The Asp477Gly mutation was not present in Irish controls, but was found in a second Irish family identified at the Foundation, provisionally diagnosed with Choroideraemia, but in whom no Choroideraemia gene mutation had been found.. Mutations in RPE65 are a known cause of recessive Leber congenital amaurosis (LCA) and recessive RP, but no dominant mutations have been reported.. This important paper (A dominant mutation in RPE65 identified by whole-exome sequencing causes retinitis pigmentosa with choroidal involvement.. Bowne SJ, Humphries MM, Sullivan LS, Kenna PF, et.. al.. Eur J Hum Genet.. 2011 Oct;19(10):1074-81.. doi: 10.. 1038/ejhg.. 2011.. 86.. Epub 2011 Jun 8) documented for the first time a dominantly acting mutation in this gene in 2 families with a clinical picture somewhat reminiscent of Choroideraemia.. Approximately 20% of patients with a diagnosis of Choroideraemia do not have mutations in the X-linked gene for Choroideraemia.. It is likely that mutations in RPE65 may be responsible for the disease in these patients.. Gene therapy for LCA patients with RPE65 mutations has shown great promise, raising the possibility of related therapies for dominant-acting mutations in this gene.. Registry of Irish Patients with Leber Congenital Amaurosis and Early Onset Severe Retinal Dystrophy.. Wellcome Trust â HRB Centre for Clinical Research, Molecular Medicine Ireland, P.. Kenna (RVEEH) , M.. Cahill (RVEEH), D.. Keegan (MMH), I.. Flitcroft (MMH).. This collaborative research co-ordinated by Mr.. P.. Kenna of the Research Foundation at the Eye and Ear Hospital and Mr.. David Keegan of the Mater Misericordiae Hospital aims to identify Irish patients with Leber Congenital Amaurosis or Early Onset Severe Retinal Dystrophy (EOSRD), conditions in which gene mutations in the RPE65 gene have been identified.. The aim is to document the incidence of these rare inherited disorders in the Irish population and to identify those individuals who might benefit from the encouraging results of the on-going clinical trials of gene therapy in these conditions.. Genetic Characterisation of a population of Irish Retinal degeneration patients.. The study, funded by the Health Research Board of Ireland aims to analyse the DNA of a cohort of Irish patients with a variety of inherited retinal degenerations using next generation gene sequencing technology.. This is a collaborative effort between Mr.. Kenna of the Research Foundation, The Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital and Prof.. G.. Jane Farrar at the Genetics Department, Trinity College Dublin.. As a result of this work a Phase 1b trial of an orally delivered 9-cis retinal analogue involving Irish patients with this condition and sponsored by QLT Inc.. of Canada has just commenced.. This is the first gene-informed treatment trial for any form of autosomal dominant Retinitis Pigmentosa and further highlights the importance of the long-standing work of the Foundation in this area.. Patients with a variety of inherited retinal degenerations who have been clinically characterised at the Foundation have been recruited over the past 2 years into a research project funded by the Health Research Board for next generation genome sequencing.. This ambitious project will hopefully result in the identification of disease-associated gene mutations in these patients.. While the study is designed to give a picture of the spectrum of genes causing inherited retinopathies in a cohort of Irish patients the results will be of value to the participants and allow them to consider participating in future gene-based treatment trials.. Undoubtedly, over the next 5 to 10 years, as a result of the progress in elucidating the genetic basis of many of these currently untreatable disorders, treatment options are likely to become available.. The Foundation is proud of its contribution over many years to this pioneering work.. Mr.. Eoin Hanney, an Irish clinical genetics student at the University of Wales, is conducting a survey of patients attending the Foundation with Retinitis Pigmentosa into their experiences and attitudes to genetic testing.. This important study will hopefully influence the development of future genetic testing services in Ireland.. This is undoubtedly going to become a major clinical need for Irish patients as more treatment options, many based on knowledge of the disease causing gene, become available.. Retinal disease.. The Research Foundation has funded a trial project also to improve the diabetic retinopathy screening service in the hospital.. The Research Foundation is the principal investigating site in Ireland for a number of drug trials involving anti-VEGF medications for the treatment of retinal diseases.. This collaboration with pharmaceutical companies is a new avenue for the Research Foundation and we hope to develop this facility in the future.. Objective three-steps grading of digital fundus photographs of diabetic retinopathy.. This project is using objective three-step grading of fundus photographs of patients with diabetic retinopathy.. 450 hospital-based patients have been screened to date.. The three step process increases the quality of the grading of the screening program.. A quality component has been the use of OCT to detect diabetic macular oedema.. This project will be expanded in 2012 to include 2 primary practices located in Ranelagh and Churchtown.. It is hoped that some of the lessons learned from this programme would be adapted by the proposed National Screening Programme which is scheduled to start by the HSE towards the end of 2012.. RETAIN Study.. This is a phase 3 clinical trial investigating the use of Ranibizumab (anti-VEGF medication) for the treatment of macular oedema.. The Research Foundation is the principal investigating site for the study.. The project started in January 2011 and will continue until January 2013.. 5 patients have enrolled in the study which requires monthly visits and extensive investigation of each patient.. BRIGHTER Study.. This is a phase 3 clinical trial examining the use of Ranibizumab in the treatment of macular oedema secondary to branch retinal vein occlusion.. The Research Foundation will be the principal investigator on site for this trial in Ireland.. It is proposed that recruitment for the study will commence in August 2012.. CRYSTAL Study.. This is a phase 3 clinical trial examining the use of Ranibizumab in the treatment of macular oedema secondary to central retinal vein occlusion.. Oncology /Pathology.. This is a collaboration between the pathology and oncology services at the Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital and Dublin City University, looking at potential prognostic biomarkers in eye cancer.. The pathology and ocular oncology units at Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital are also working closely with the National Institute for Cellular Biotechnology NICBI on a Research Foundation supported research programme in identifying specific proteins in patients with eye melanoma that help to predict the spread of cancer outside the eye, with the aim of improving long term patient survival.. Proteomic analysis of tumours and vitreous fluid from uveal melanoma.. Ramasamy (MD Study), Prof C.. Murphy, Mr N.. Horgan, Dr P.. Meleady, M.. Clynes.. Establishment of a database and tissue microarray bank of 500 archived uveal melanoma tumours.. funded by SFI grant to the consortium Molecular Therapeutics for Cancer, in association with Paul Moriarty and Mr Noel Horgan.. In collaboration with  ...   as a malignancy.. , 91 (5): E1-3.. Browne B.. C, Eustace A.. J, Kennedy S, O'Brien N.. A, Pedersen K, McDermott M.. S.. J.. Larkin A.. M, Ballott J, Mahgoub T, Sclafani F, Madden S, Kennedy J, Duffy M.. J, Crown J, O'Donovan N, (2012).. Evaluation of IGF1R and phosphorylated IGF1R as targets in HER2-positive breast cancer cell lines and tumours.. , Breast Can Res Treat, 136(3):717-27.. Chadderton N, Palfi A, Millington-Ward S, Gobbo O, Overlack N, Carrigan M, O'Reilly M, Campbell M, Ehrhardt C, Wolfrum U, Humphries P, Kenna P.. F, Farrar, G.. F.. (2012).. Intravitreal delivery of AAV-NDI1 provides functional benefit in a murine model of Leber hereditary optic neuropathy.. 2012 Jun 6.. doi:10.. 2012.. 112.. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 22669418.. Doyle SL, Campbell M, Ozaki E, Salomon RG, Mori A, Kenna P.. F, Farrar G.. J, Kiang A.. S, Humphries M.. M, Lavelle E.. C, O'Neill L.. A, Hollyfield J.. G, Humphries P (2012).. NLRP3 has aprotective role in age-related macular degeneration through the induction of IL-18 by drusen components.. Nat Med.. 2012 May;18(5):791-8.. PubMed PMID: 22484808.. Germano S, Kennedy S, Rani S, Gleeson G, Clynes M, Doolan P, McDonnell S, Hughes L, Crown J, O'Driscoll L, (2012).. MAGE-D4B is a novel marker of poor prognosis and potential therapeutic target involved in breast cancer tumorigenesis.. , Int J Cancer, May 1;130(9):1991-2002, doi: 10.. 1002/ijc.. 26200.. Gleeson M, O'Marcaigh A, Cotter M, Brosnahan D, Vulliamy T, Smith OP (2012).. Retinal vasculopathy in autosomal dominant dyskeratosis congenita due to TINF2 mutation.. , British Journal of Haematology 2012.. Hanrahan F, Campbell M, Nguyen A.. T, Suzuki M, Kiang A.. S, Tam L.. C, Gobbo O.. L, Dhubhghaill S.. N, Humphries M.. M, Kenna P.. F, Humphries P.. On further development of barrier modulation as a technique for systemic ocular drug delivery.. Adv Exp Med Biol.. 2012;723:155-9.. Review.. PubMed PMID: 22183328.. Humphries MM, Kenna PF, Campbell M, Tam LC, Nguyen AT, Farrar GJ, Botto M, Kiang AS, Humphries P (2012).. C1q enhances cone photoreceptor survival in a mouse model of autosomal recessive retinitis pigmentosa.. Jan;20(1):64-8.. 151.. Epub 2011 Aug 24.. PubMed PMID:21863053; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC3234518.. Kumar D, O'Hare B, Timon, C, Mukhtar M, Kelly D (2012).. Bilateral pneumothoraces and pulmonary oedema following tracheonstomy induced by acute tracheal obstruction.. , BMJ Case Reports 2012; 10.. 1136/bcr-2012-006557,.. Linge A, Kennedy S, O'Flynn D, Beatty S, Moriarty P, Henry M, Clynes M, Larkin A, Meleady P, (2012).. Differential expression of fourteen proteins between uveal melanoma from patients who subsequently developed distant metastases versus those who did not.. , Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci, 9;53(8):4634-43.. McAnena L, Murphy C.. C, O'Connor J (2012).. Tarantula keratitis: a case report.. Ir J Med Science Dec 5 2012.. Nguyen A.. T, Campbell M, Kenna P.. F, Kiang A.. S, Tam L, Humphries M.. M, Humphries P (2012).. Calpain and photoreceptor apoptosis.. 2012;723:547-52.. PubMed PMID: 22183376.. Palfi A, Chadderton N, McKee A.. G, Blanco Fernandez A, Humphries P, Kenna P.. Efficacy of codelivery of dual AAV2/5 vectors in the murine retina and hippocampus.. Hum Gene Ther.. 2012 Aug ;23(8):847-58.. 1089/hum.. 142.. Epub 2012 Jul 20.. PubMed PMID: 22545762.. Tam LC, Kiang AS, Campbell M, Keaney J, Farrar G.. J, Humphries M.. F, Humphries P (2012).. Protein misfolding and potential therapeutic treatments in inherited retinopathies.. 2012;723:567-72.. PubMed PMID: 22183379.. Submitted for publication:.. Power W, (2012).. Target journal - Experimental Eye Research.. , Target journal - Molecular Vision.. Presentations.. Chan T, De Chaumont C, Jefferies C.. J, Ni Gabhann J,.. Murphy C.. C.. Investigating the impact of HSK on TLR and IFN signaling in peripheral blood mononuclear cells,.. RAMI Winter Meeting 2012.. RCSI Annual Research Day 2012.. De Chaumont.. C, Tyson C, Shahnazaryan D, Malone C, NiGabhann J, Jefferies C.. J1,.. Investigating the effect of corneal Herpes Simplex Virus-1 infection on Toll-Like Receptor expression in human peripheral blood mononuclear cells,.. RCSI Annual Research Day, 2012.. Haroon M, Ramasamy P, O'Rourke M,.. , FitzGerald O (2012).. Uveitis and Spondyloarthroptahy.. , SpondyloArthritis Knowledge and Learning (SpArKLe) meeting 18th October 2012.. [Education in Spondyloarthritis designed for the Rheumatology community in Ireland].. , FitzGerald O, (2012).. Uveitis and SpA.. SpondyloArthritis Knowledge and Learning (SpArKLe) meeting 28th September 2012 [Education in SpA designed for Allied health rheumatology professionals].. Kennedy, S.. Proteomics of Uveal Melanoma.. , International Association of Pathology Capetown, South Africa, September 2012.. Kennedy, S.. Cilary body teratoid medulloepithelioma occurring in an adult.. , International Academy of Pathology, Capetown, South Africa, September 2012.. Keratoconus treated by microwave therapy.. , British Academy of Ophthalmic Pathology, 29-30th March 2012, Sheffield, UK.. Malone C, Shahnazaryan D, Conlon R, Anyiam A, Smith S, NÃ Gabhann J,.. , Jefferies, C.. J (2012).. Targeting Toll-Like Receptor Pathways in Herpes Simplex Keratitis,.. Irish College of Ophthalmologists Annual Conference, 2012.. Molloy D, Connolly M, McCormick, Haroon M, Veale D.. J,.. , Molloy E.. E, Fearon U (2012).. Acute serum amyloid A and TLR2 acitvation induces pro-inflamatory mechanisms in a novel ex-vivo temporal artery explants culture model of giant cell arteritis.. European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR) 2012.. Molloy D, Connolly M, McCormick J, Haroon M, Veale D,.. , Fearon U, Molloy E (2012).. American College of Rheumatology 2012.. O'Rourke M, Connolly M, Fearon U,.. Molecular mechanisms in the pathogenesis of acute anterior uveitis,.. Rheumatology-Ophthalmology meeting, RVEEH, Oct 2012.. O'Rourke M, Haroon M, FitzGerald O,.. Acute anterior uveitis: an opportunity for earlier diagnosis in spondyloarthropathy.. M RAMI Winter meeting, Dublin.. December 2012.. O'Rourke M, O'Connor J, Kennedy S,.. A description of the pathological features of corneal specimens of patients requiring tectonic penetrating keratoplasty for rheumatoid melt.. , Irish College of Ophthalmologists Annual Conference 2012.. O'Rourke M, O'Connor J,.. , Kennedy S (2012).. Pathological findings in rheumatoid corneal melt.. EU Cornea, Milan 2012.. O'Sullivan, F (2012).. PDA/IMB ESOF 2012 Satellite Conference.. Making Gene Cell Therapy Medicines a Reality.. Repairing the Window of The Eye.. July 10-11, 2012 Dublin, Ireland.. The 2012 Ireland-Taiwan Symposium on Cancer and Stem Cell Biology.. Corneal stem cells for transplant therapy.. September 20th, 2012 Dublin, Ireland.. Ramasamy P, HenrM, Linge A, Horgan N,.. , Clynes M,.. Kennedy S,.. Meleady P, (2012).. Proteomics of Uveal Melanoma,.. Biotechnology in Action, National Institute for Cellular Biotechnology, 2012.. Ramasamy P, HenrM, Linge A,.. Horgan N.. ,.. Kennedy S.. , Meleady P, (2012).. European Vision and Eye Research (EVER) Conference 2012.. Ramasamy P, Henr M, Linge A,.. Irish College of Ophthalmologists Annual Conference 2012 (Winner best presentation award).. Shahnazaryan D, Jefferies CJ,.. Murphy CC.. The role of viral regulatory protein ICPO in herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) keratitis.. , Irish College of Ophthalmologists Annual Conference, Dublin, Ireland 2012.. Treacy M.. P, Treacy M.. G, Dimitrov B.. D, Seager F.. E, Stamp M.. A,.. A method for prescription of inexpensive spectacles by non-specialist healthcare workers: S-Glasses.. Irish College of Ophthalmologists Annual Conference 2012.. Research Awards.. Mr Pathma Ramasamy, Clinical Research Fellow RVEEH (Prof C Murphy, Mr N Horgan, Dr M Clynes, Dr P Meleady, Prof S Kennedy).. 1.. Best paper presentation, Irish College of Ophthalmologists Annual Conference 2012.. 2.. Travel grant for best paper, oncology section, European Association for Vision and Eye Research Congress 2012.. Dr Muhammad Haroon, Clinical Research Fellow SVUH (Dr O Fitzgerald in collaboration with Prof C Murphy).. Awarded the Innovation Prize for the best abstract at the British Society of Rheumatology for his work on uveitis associated with spondylarthropathy.. Annual Report.. Download our annual progress report:.. Annual Progress Report on Research Activities 2012.. Annual Progress Report on Research activities 2010-2011.. Eithne Walls Research Meeting.. The annual Eithne Walls Research Meeting is held in memory of Eithne Walls who was a Senior House Officer in Ophthalmology at The Royal Victoria Eye Ear Hospital in Dublin and on 1 June 2009 she, along with her friends Dr.. Aisling Butler and Dr.. Jane Deasy, was a passenger on the ill-fated flight AF447 which disappeared over the Atlantic as it travelled from Rio de Janeiro to Paris on June 1st 2009.. The meeting is held annually in June in the Education Conference Centre of the Royal Victoria Eye Ear Hospital.. Before this tragic and devastating accident, Eithne was destined to become a great eye surgeon and effect real change in the lives of her patients.. She was a gifted, vibrant and special person and her loss has had a profound impact on all who were privileged to know her.. This meeting, held in memory of Eithne, is a forum for the young doctors in the hospital to present their research and to develop their ability to undertake research and present it to their peers.. This meeting continues to grow from strength to strength each year, which allow us to remember our dear colleague and foster continued interest in ophthalmic research.. Prizes Medals.. Eithne Walls Memorial Medal.. Dr Sorcha Ni Dhubhghaill Winner 2010 'The effects of acute cigarette smoke exposure on retinal pigment epithelial cells (ARPE-19)'.. Dr Mei Chuen Tay Winner 2011 'Audit of Uveal Melanoma in Royal Victoria Eye Ear Hospital'.. Dr Farahida Ibrahim Winner 2012 'Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Using Manual and Automated 3 Step Grading of Fundus Photographs with Supplementary OCT in an OPDR Setting'.. Dr David Shahnazaryan Winner 2013 'Role of ICPO viral protein in HSK'.. Dr Micheal O'Rourke Winner 2014 'Non-Infectious Anterior Uveitis Cohort'.. (Click link to watch video of Dr Micheal O Rourke s presentation).. Research Foundation Clinical Prize.. Dr Sorcha Ni Dhubhghaill Winner 2012 'Genetic Demographic Risk Factor Profile in the Irish AMD Population'.. Dr Jeyanthi Kulasegarah Winner 2013 'Prevalence of human papillomavirus in multiple synchronous or metachronous primary squamous cell carcinomas of the upper aerodigestive tract'.. Dr Max Treacy Winner 2014 'Visual Acuity Charts'.. (Click link to watch video of Dr Maxwell Treacy s presentation)..

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  • Title: Fundraising |Eye & Ear Research Foundation | Dublin - ResearchFoundation.ie
    Descriptive info: Research Fund.. Dr Eithne Walls, senior house officer in ophthalmology at The Royal Victoria Eye Ear Hospital Dublin, along with her friends Dr.. Since 2010, each June Bank Holiday weekend Eithne's colleagues in Riverdance together with her colleagues and staff of the Eye Ear Hospital and her friends and family have come together to honour and celebrate her memory by running the Flora Dublin Women's Mini Marathon to raise vital funds for her fund at the Research Foundation.. In the past years, over 60 runners have come together to run in Eithne's memory and have raised over 22,000 for the Research Fund at Eye Ear Hospital.. These funds have been used to support young doctors through the Eithne Walls medal as well as ongoing research projects being undertaken by the Research Foundation.. My family and I are delighted and honored that so many people are volunteering their time and energy to join us in in remembering Eithne for the 5th year, enabling her to continue to have a positive impact on our society.. In particular we wish to thank Sean O'Brien and Julian Erskine of Riverdance and Dr.. Aoife Doyle and Emma-Jayne Verner of Eye & Ear Hospital, without whose support this event would not be possible, and of course all of the runners and walkers.. All of Eithne's passions in life - dance, work, family and friends - are represented by those participating and their generous sponsors.. It gives us great comfort to be supported by all of you and to know that Eithne can continue to improve the lives of others through the valuable work of the Research Foundation.. We hope the weather is kind to us and that you  ...   to do Research to help those suffering from eye disease.. Read more about Kathryn's story here.. http://www.. justgiving.. com/Kathryn-Walls.. Not only did Kathryn meet her desired time but she also managed to raise over £3500 for the Research Fund.. The Research Foundation would like to personally thank and congratulate Kathryn on such an achievement.. It is only through the generous support of fundraisers like Kathryn that the Research Foundation can continue vital research work.. Art Exhibition.. The Research Foundation, Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital held a Art Exhibition & sale of paintings, drawings, sculpture to support vital research work in Eye & Ear disease.. This was a silent bid Auction and held from Sunday 23rd June Thursday 27th June 2013 in the Education and Conference Centre of the Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital.. The event was a great success and over 50 pieces of artwork were sold in aid of blindness of deafness.. Art Raffle.. As a continuation from our very successful Art Fundraiser in June 2013 in aid of Deafness and Blindness (Research Foundation, Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital).. The Research Foundation held a Art Raffle for Artworks by Irish Artists Carmel Mooney and Campbell Bruce.. Raffle prizes included:.. Carmel Mooney worth 850.. Still Life.. Oil on canvas, 27cm x 45cm.. Campbell Bruce worth 550.. Headland.. Oil on canvas, 46 cm x 61 cm.. This was held from October 2013 until the draw date Tuesday 10th December 2013.. The Research Foundation, Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital would like to thank you for your continued support.. The Raffle raised much needed funds for the Research Foundation which will help to develop sightsaving treatments for patients.. Visit our photo gallery..

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  • Title: Events |Eye & Ear Research Foundation | Dublin - ResearchFoundation.ie
    Descriptive info: New Frontiers Meeting in Ophthalmology 2014.. The New Frontiers in Ophthalmology Meeting was held on Thursday 12th June 2014 in the Education and Conference Centre of the Royal Victoria Eye Ear Hospital.. The meeting was devoted to a symposium on Diabetic Retinopathy.. Speakers included:.. Lloyd Paul Aiello (.. Harvard University.. ).. Mr Mark Cahill (.. Royal Victoria Eye Ear Hospital.. Dr Reinhold Medina (.. Queens University Belfast.. Mr David Keegan (.. Mater Misericordiae University Hospital Mater Private Hospital).. Mr Rob Acheson (.. Mater Private Hospital).. Download the poster (PDF).. The meeting was sponsored by Novartis.. The meeting had a excellent turnout and we received very positive feedback.. We would like to thank the speakers Mr Mark Cahill (Chair), Prof Lloyd Paul Aiello, Dr Reinhold Medina, Mr David Keegan and Mr Rob Acheson and in particular Novartis for making the meeting such a great success.. New Frontiers Meeting in Ophthalmology 2013.. The New  ...   corneal disorders is a new and rapidly evolving field with many potential disease applications.. In this symposium the advances in the development of such therapies to restore the epithelial and endothelial corneal surfaces and the potential to transfer of these developments to the clinical setting were discussed.. Prof Conor Murphy (.. Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital.. Mr Billy Power (.. Dr Clair Gallagher (.. National Institute of Cellular Biotechnology, Dublin City University.. Dr Finbarr O'Sullivan (.. ).. Prof Fergal O'Brien (.. Tissue Engineering Research Group, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.. Dr Andrew Cameron (.. Dr Kevin Kavanagh (.. NUI Maynooth.. Sinead Masterson (.. Irish Medicines Board.. The afternoon was devoted to the Eithne Walls Research Meeting, at which NCHDs presented their latest research in competition for the Eithne Walls Medal and the Research Foundation Clinical Prize.. The meeting was well attended and supported by a unrestricted educational grant from Novartis..

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  • Title: Media | Eye & Ear Research Foundation | Dublin - ResearchFoundation.ie
    Descriptive info: The Research Foundation in the news.. Frontiers in Ophthalmology - 2014.. Lloyd Paul Aiello, MD, PhD, Professor of Ophthalmology, Harvard University.. Journey to the Edge of the Retina / Journey through the Depths of the Retina.. (Click to watch video of Professor Aiello's presentation).. Mark Cahill, Clinical Lead, Global Vision, Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital.. Diabetic Retina Screen Photography and Grading : Why, Where and How (it s done).. (Click to watch video of Mark Cahill's presentation).. Reinhold Medina, M.. D.. Ph.. Centre for Experimental Medicine Medicine, Dentistry Biomedical Science, Queen s University Belfast.. Potential Uses for Endothelial Progenitors in Diabetic Retinopathy.. (Click to watch video of Reinhold Medina's presentation).. David Keegan, PhD FRCOphth FRCSI(Oph) National Clinical Lead for Diabetic  ...   of Robert Acheson's presentation).. TV coverage - 2014.. RTÉ News.. Gene therapy breakthrough in blindness research- 16/01/2014.. TV coverage - 2012.. TV3 -.. Ireland AM.. Ahead of the Women mini-marathon Kathryn Walls and Aoife Doyle are guests of Sinead Desmond Mark Cagney - 30/05/2012.. Radio coverage - 2012.. BBC.. Eithne Walls fund honours doctor and Riverdance star - 31/05/2012.. Press coverage - 2012.. Campaign to highlight awareness of sight-threatening condition in people with diabetes.. 3 June 2012 - Irish Medical News.. Riverdancers promote Eithne Walls Research Fund.. 19 May 2012 - Irish Independent.. TCD researchers report breakthrough in AMD.. 27 April 2012 - Irish Medical Times.. Twice as many people fear blindness more than premature death.. 7 March 2012 - NCBI..

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  • Title: Donate |Eye & Ear Research Foundation | Dublin - ResearchFoundation.ie
    Descriptive info: Donate.. The Research Fundation - How you've helped us to help others.. Currently we are supporting a number of major projects in cooperation with Trinity College, the Royal College of Surgeons and the Dublin Institute of Technology.. Examples include:.. The culturing of stem cells from the eye to benefit patients undergoing corneal transplant.. A new study into ocular melanoma, a tumour of the eye which can result in loss of the eye in advanced cases, although great progress is being made in therapy for this particularly with the opening of the National Ocular Oncology service at the Eye and Ear Hospital 3 years ago.. A study on the effects of smoking on macular degeneration which has allowed us to further our understanding of the  ...   keeping Eithne's memory very much alive in a way she would have approved of - supporting her young colleagues in their research.. We also provide support to students taking higher degrees whilst participating in research into diseases of the eye at the Royal College of Surgeons, under the guidance of Professor Conor Murphy.. We are grateful to all Eithne's friends and to her colleagues from Riverdance matched with generous contribution from.. Abhann Productions.. , who together raised 7,500 through their efforts in the Women's marathon.. We are looking forward to a good day again this year - hopefully in more clement weather and thanks again to all those who are running, walking, or just cheering from the sideline - your donations are gratefully received!..

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  • Title: Contact Us |Eye & Ear Research Foundation | Dublin - ResearchFoundation.ie
    Descriptive info: Contact Us.. Contact Form.. First Name.. Last Name.. Telephone.. Address.. Email.. Query.. Contact Details.. Royal Victoria Eye Ear Research Foundation Ltd.. Dublin 2.. Tel:.. 01-6343630.. Fax:.. 01-6614670.. Monday to Friday from 8.. 30am to 4.. 30pm.. Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital Website.. Location Map..

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  • Title: Run the Womens Mini Marathon in support of the Eye & Ear Research Foundation | Dublin | 2014 - ResearchFoundation.ie
    Descriptive info: Women's Mini Marathon | Monday 2.. nd.. June 2014.. Calling all ladies to sign up for the Flora Womens Mini Marathon on.. Monday 2.. June 2014 in support of the Eithne Walls Research Fund.. Eithne Walls Research Fund.. The Research Fund was set up in memory of Eithne Walls who was a Senior House Officer in Ophthalmology at The Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital in Dublin and on 1 June 2009 she, along with her friends Dr.. Before this tragic and devasting accident, Eithne was destined to become a great eye surgeon and effect real change in the lives of her patients.. Following this tragic accident Eithne's family established a research fund at the Research Foundation in her memory.. This fund helps to support the vital research work  ...   and celebrate her memory by running the Flora Dublin Women's Mini Marathon to raise vital funds for her fund at the Research Foundation.. In the past years, over 60 runners have come together to run in Eithne's memory and have raised over 22,000 for the Research Fund at Eye & Ear Hospital.. Latest news.. To keep updated on all the latest information and news you can join the Flora Women's Mini Marathon on.. facebook.. All runners and walkers will receive a t-shirt.. Drinks, snacks and refreshments will be served before and after the race.. Race Information.. You can read more about the.. Race Information here.. Training Tips.. You can read more about.. training tips.. Diet Nutrition Tips.. diet & nutrition tips.. Frequently Asked Questions.. You can read the.. FAQs here..

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  • Title: Art Exhibition June 2013 | Irish Artists | Eye & Ear Hospital Research Foundation | Dublin - ResearchFoundation.ie
    Descriptive info: RVEEH Art exhibition & sale of paintings, drawings and sculpture in support of our vital research work in Eye and Ear disease.. This is a.. Silent Bid auction.. Thursday 27th June Final viewing and last Silent bids is 9:00am - 6:00pm.. Thursday 27th June 6:00-7:30pm collection and finalization of sales.. Exhibition Catalog | June 2013.. Margo Banks.. "Teasing the Wind - Crow Series".. 70X100cm oil and charcoal on paper.. 1200.. John Behan, RHA.. "Golden Birds".. Bronze unique 18" sculpture being made for this Auction - A surpise.. 1800.. "Garden Birds".. Garden sculpture on pedestal, 82" high x 29".. 6950.. "Cúchulainn on Horseback".. Bronze 20" high x 18".. 6500.. "Famine - Mother & Children".. Bronze 29" high x 21".. 10500.. "Hare".. Bronze 13" high x 20".. Pauline Bewick.. "Lovetalk".. Pen Ink line drawing 15.. 5"x11".. 1750.. Elizabeth Brophy.. "On the broken doll".. Oil on hardboard 20 x 16".. 1400.. Campbell Bruce, HRHA.. "Headland".. Oil on canvas 46 cm x 61cm.. 550.. Carey Clarke, PPRHA.. Pen Ink Life Drawing of a female figure.. 31 cm x 48 cm.. 500.. Maurice Cockrill.. "We Three" II.. Oil on Canvas 16 x 20".. 1250.. Eamon Coleman.. "Early Light".. Oil on Canvas.. 600.. Elizabeth Cope.. "Secateurs with sweet potatoes".. 76 x 60cm Oil on canvas.. 2500.. Diana Copperwhite, ARHA.. Untitled in Yellow Elgin White.. Oil on canvas, 30 x 25cm.. 1500.. John Coyle, RHA.. "Back of East Pier".. Oil 55x60cm.. 1350.. Stephen Comiskey.. "A negative view".. Art Photography - X3.. 200 (each).. David Crone, RHA.. "Trunks".. Oil on canvas 2010.. 700.. Judy Carroll Deeley.. "Utilities".. Oil on canvas 40x50cm.. 450.. James English, RHA.. "Three Narcissus".. Oil painting 20 x 25cm.. 650.. Brian Gormley.. "Dublin Fragment".. Acrylic on card 2008.. 375.. Leo Higgins.. "Bird Tree".. Bronze Edition 2/3, 12" high.. 925.. "Winter Tree".. Bronze approx 12" high.. 1475.. Romy Hogan.. Tulip.. Watercolour.. 130.. David Hone, PPRHA.. "Fruit Study".. Oil 10 x 8" - Framed by Liam Slattery.. 950.. Geraldine Hone.. "Lough Carra, view from Moore Hall".. Oil on board 280 x 190 cm.. 400.. Phil Kelly.. "River Life".. Oil on Panel 2004.. Sonja Landweer.. "Conker".. Bronze sculpture.. 4000.. Pamela Leonard.. Bountiful Sea" -.. Framed etching.. Dream Walk" -.. When the North wind blows" -.. Patrick Leonard, ARHA.. "Paddling at Skerries".. Oil 15 x 12".. Ann Lynch, New Art Studio.. "Shoreline".. Oil on canvas 34 x 29cm framed size.. "Shoreline 2".. Maggie Madden, New Art Studio.. web.. "Untitled Drawing".. Multicore telephone wire, glue, black perspex, MDF 60 x 60 x 30cm.. 4695.. Aidan McDermott, New Art Studio.. "Hidden glasses".. Oil on canvas 30 x 30cm.. Gerard McGourty.. "Cyclist".. Oil on board 26 x 23 cm.. "Flowerpickers".. Limited edition geclee print (7/50) 70 x 68cm.. 485.. Marie-Louise Martin.. "Memento II".. Etching & embossing on fabriano paper (handmade etching) 22 x 14".. 475.. Brett McEntagart, RHA.. "Sunset Dun Laoghaire".. watercolour 15 x 19 ".. 1100.. "Cormorant Rock" - view towards Merrion from Seapoint.. Oil on panel 16 x 22".. 1450.. Carmel Mooney.. Artists proof Lithograph - "Firebirds".. 70 x 50 cm floated framing.. Volcanic series - 'At the foothills of Mount Etna, Sicily.. 36x36cm oil on canvas.. Caragh Bog in Co Kerry, 2008.. 60x70 cm Oil, Framed by Liam Slattery.. 6000.. Lemon tree- Berengo Studio, Venezia.. Glass sculpture handcrafted in Murano, Venice 35x27cm (actual study is not blue glass but clear  ...   own right.. They are witnesses to the changes in the landscape of Teeromoyle in South West Kerry my mother s place.. My mother died quite young but I was reared on her stories about her childhood in the mountains, so family and a sense of place haunts my work.. My mother s past is my past.. Her parent s house is long gone but the field where the house was remains unchanged and I have painted this field many times.. Painting the field sometimes makes me feel snug, warm and sheltered and other times exposed, vulnerable and turbulent.. I remove layers of earth while adding layers of paint.. This is my subject matter, not the meaning of my paintings.. John Behan - "Garden Birds".. John Behan - "Cúchulainn on Horseback".. John Behan - "Famine - Mother & Children".. John Behan - "Hare".. Pauline Bewick - "Lovetalk".. Elizabeth Brophy - "On the broken doll".. Campbell Bruce - "Headland".. Carey Clarke - "Pen Ink Life Drawing of a female figure".. Maurice Cockrill - "We Three" II.. Eamon Coleman - "Early Light".. Stephen Comiskey - "A negative view".. Art Photography.. Diana Copperwhite, ARHA - Untitled in Yellow Elgin White.. David Crone RHA - "Trunks".. Judy Carroll Deeley - "Utilities".. John Coyle - "Back of East Pier".. Oil on canvas 40x50cm.. James English, RHA - "Three Narcissus".. Oil painting, 20 x 25cm.. Brian Gormley - "Dublin Fragment".. Leo Higgins - "Winter Tree".. David Hone, PPRHA - "Fruit Study".. Oil 10 x 8" - Framed by Liam Slattery.. Geraldine Hone "Lough Carra, view from Moore Hall".. Oil on board 280 x 190 cm.. Romy Hogan "Tulip".. Phil Kelly - "River Life".. Oil on panel 2004.. Sonja Landweer - "Conker".. Pamela Leonard - "Bountiful Sea".. Pamela Leonard - "Dream Walk".. Pamela Leonard - "When the North wind blows".. Patrick Leonard, ARHA - "Paddlings at Skerries".. Maggie Madden, - "Untitled Drawing".. Marie-Louise Martin - "Memento II".. Etching embossing on fabriano paper (handmade etching) 22 x 14".. Sinéad Ní Mhaonaigh - "Untitled".. Brett McEntaggart, RHA - "Cormorant Rock" - view towards Merrion from Seapoint.. Brett McEntaggart, RHA - "Sunset Dun Laoghaire".. Watercolour 15 x 19".. Carmel Mooney - Caragh Bog in Co Kerry, 2008.. 60x70 cm Oil, Liam Slattery framing.. Carmel Mooney - Cat goddess, Cormac's Chapel, Rock of Cashel 2008, Master glassmaker Silvano.. Carmel Mooney - Lemon Tree - Berengo Studio, Venezia.. Carmel Mooney - Lithograph - "Firebirds".. 70X50 cm floated framing.. Carmel Mooney - Volcanic series - "At the foothills of Mount Etna, Sicily".. 36x36cm oil on canvas.. Douglas Mooney - "Plant Study".. Douglas Mooney - "Shoe Cart".. Carolyn Mulholland, RHA - "Lookout".. Bronze edition 7/9 Cast by Lunts-Birmingham Width Height 39 cms Width 12 cms depth 6cms.. Gwen O'Dowd - "Spaces I".. Gwen O'Dowd - "Spaces III".. Patrick O'Reilly- "Heading for the beach".. Bronze Sculpture 32cm high.. Brian Ranalow - Alghero Sardini.. Vivienne Roche, RHA - Fovea Series II Watercolour.. Watercolour of the "Eye" part of FOVEA Exhibiton Sligo 2012.. Karen Ryan - Betula Pubescens.. Anita Shelbourne, RHA - "Land of Dreams".. Maeve Taylor - "The Little Gardener".. Print, 14" X 10".. George Walsh - "Spanish Heat".. 7" stained glasswork.. Gerard McGourty - "Cyclist".. Gerard McGourty - "Flowerpickers".. Limited edition geclee print (7/50) 70 x 68cm.. Niall Wright - "Wicklow Bog".. 30cm x 30cm Oil on canvas..

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