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Assoc Professor Eamonn Ambrose

Assoc Professor

Eamonn Ambrose

Associate Professor
School of Business
01 716 8839
University College Dublin, School of Business, Graduate School of Business Carysfort Avenue Blackrock Co. Dublin


Eamonn holds the position of Associate Professor in the School of Business. He is active in teaching, research and the business development activities. Eamonn's research interests are in the areas of healthcare supply chain management and service process innovation. He is a Board member of the European Operations Management Association, and is the Irish representative of the IPS Group, a research network on purchasing strategy, practices and performance. Eamonn's teaching activity includes design and delivery of courses on Supply Chain Management, Operations Management, and Service Operations. He is Academic Director of the Bachelor of Commerce (International) and was the creator and academic director of the ME(Engineering with Business) programme. In addition Eamonn has developed and delivered executive education courses in a range of sectors. Prior to joining UCD, Eamonn was Engineering Director for Bristol Myers Squibb, and was responsible for the design, installation and maintenance of process plants for developing and manufacturing anti-cancer drugs. He also worked as a consultant advising major multinationals and government agencies in asset management and procurement process improvement.


  • Associate Professor
    University College Dublin, University College Dublin, Blackrock, Ireland1 Aug 2002 - 25 Apr 2028


  • Director
    AMBROSE & ASSOCIATES1 Jan 1998 - 31 Dec 2003
  • Engineering Manager
    BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB1 Sep 1990 - 31 Dec 1997
  • Planning and quality engineer
    GEC TURBINE GENERATORS30 Jun 1988 - 29 Jun 1990
  • Design engineer
    GEC TURBINE GENERATORS1 Sep 1984 - 30 Jun 1988


  • BE
    University College Dublin
  • MBA
    University College Dublin
  • DPhil
    University of Warwick
  • Prof Dip University Teaching & Learning
    University College Dublin