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Dr Eoin Cummins

Dr

Eoin Cummins

Lecturer/Assistant Professor
School of Medicine
01 716 6317
University College Dublin, School of Medicine, Systems Biology Ireland Temple Street Dublin 1

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Hypoxia (low oxygen levels) and hypercapnia (high carbon dioxide levels) are a feature of several pathological conditions including lung disease. Our work has demonstrated that manipulation of environmental oxygen and carbon dioxide levels can significantly impact upon inflammatory signaling. Current projects are directed towards understanding the mechanisms underpinning the cellular sensitivity to carbon dioxide and cross talk between oxygen and carbon dioxide signaling pathways.

GRANTS

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Characterisation of the pathogenic basis of an early-onset familial mucocutaneous ulcerative condition"
NCRC
1 Oct 2018 - 30 Sep 2021
National Children's Research Centre
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Carbon dioxide as a regulator of inflammatory signaling
Science Foundation Ireland (SFI)
1 Dec 2016 - 1 Dec 2020
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Mechanisms of CO2-dependent regulation of NFkB signalling
University College Dublin (UCD)
1 Apr 2016 - 30 Sep 2017
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The influence of carbon dioxide on (i) nuclear receptor and (ii) cancer signalling
University College Dublin (UCD)
1 Apr 2015 - 30 Sep 2016
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The influence of carbon dioxide on inflammatory signaling
University College Dublin (UCD)
1 May 2013 - 31 Oct 2014
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Examination of the effect of DMOG in a murine model of colitis with mice that lack HIF specifically in the gut
University College Dublin (UCD)
26 May 2008 - 1 Dec 2009