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Mark Coyne

Lecturer/Assistant Professor
School of Medicine
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University College Dublin, School of Medicine

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BIO

Dr. Mark Coyne, Diop (Gaelige), PhD, MB BCh BAO, MRCPI, FRCPath is an Assistant Professor in Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics at the School of Medicine and Medical Science, and a Consultant Haematologist at the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital. Dr. Coyne's research interests include: amyloidoses; plasma cell disorders; pre-clinical model systems; bioinformatics; and related therapeutics. In 2014, Dr. Coyne received a Dr. Richard Steevens' scholarship to undertake work as a clinical fellow at the National Amyloidosis Centre, Royal Free Hospital, London. Dr. Coyne has completed research funded by the Irish Research Council's 'New Foundations' scheme, which has developed resources on amyloidosis for patients in Ireland, as well as materials and seminars for health professionals working in this field. Dr. Coyne's PhD research, completed at the National University of Ireland, Galway, the Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale, Arizona, and Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, Maryland, examined a new class of dual CDC7/CDK9 inhibitors, mechanisms of proliferation, and proliferation-based stratification in myeloma. This research was funded by the Molecular Medicine Ireland Clinical-Scientist Fellowship programme. Dr. Coyne has also been funded by the Wellcome Trust, and the European Haematology Association - American Society of Hematology Translational Research Exchange Fellowship programme.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DUBLIN APPOINTMENTS

  • Assistant Professor in Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics
    University College Dublin, Ireland1 Jul 2016

DEGREES

  • Dioplóma sa Ghaeilge
    NUI Galway IRL
  • Licence//
    Educational Committee for Foreign Medical Graduates USMLE
  • MB BCh BAO
    NUI Galway IRL
  • MRCPI
    Royal College of Physicians Ir
  • Other
    Royal College of Pathologists
  • PhD
    NUI Galway IRL