IFGH Presenter: Professor Kieran Murphy

Category:
February 26, 2012

After graduating from UCD in 1987, Kieran Murphy initially trained in Internal Medicine at the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin. Subsequently, he trained in Psychiatry at St John of God Hospital, Dublin where he also obtained a Masters Degree in Psychoanalytical Psychotherapy from UCD. He moved to Cardiff University in 1994 where he completed his higher clinical training in Psychiatry, undertook two research fellowships and obtained a PhD in Psychiatric Genetics.

In 1999, he was appointed Senior Lecturer in Behavioural Genetics at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London and in 2002 he took up his current appointment as Professor and Chairman of the Academic Department of Psychiatry, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and Consultant Psychiatrist at Beaumont Hospital, Dublin.

He was initially appointed to the Medical Council in 2004 where he chaired the Health Committee and was subsequently appointed President of the Medical Council in 2008.

Click on the links below to download his IFGH presentation.

Download

RECENT POSTS

Get Global: Student Outreach Team – Podcast Launch

Get Global: Young Professionals Talk Global Health The...

Global Health Matters – Live Event Series

Global inequity in COVID-19 vaccination  Co hosted...

Call for Prioritization Amidst Covid 19 Vaccine Inequities in Africa

By Quwam Kelani, Key Correspondent with the Irish Global...

Global Health Matters – Live Event Series

Global inequity in COVID-19 vaccination  Co hosted...

Open Letter to Taoiseach for urgent support of Covid-19 emergency waiver

A joint letter was submitted to the Taoiseach on February...

Anti-Vaccine Campaigns: How Do We Respond?

By Sebastian Kevany, Key Correspondent with the Irish...

SEARCH HERE

Subscribe to Newsletter

Sign up to become a member and receive our weekly updates