IT Sligo Staff Profiles

DR Carmel Moran

Jt Lecturer

Contact Details

Lecturer
Health & Nutritional Sciences
B1130

T: 0719137244
E: moran.carmel@itsligo.ie
Jt Lecturer
Address

E: moran.carmel@itsligo.ie
 
researcher

Biography

Dr. Carmel Moran is a lecturer in analytical chemistry in the Health and Nutritional Sciences Department at IT Sligo. She obtained her Ph.D in Environmental Radioactivity at IT Sligo and has worked previously in Industry as an Environmental Coordinator. Her research interests are in the application of analytical techniques in environmental and archaeological analysis. She has been the Radiation Protection Officer for the Institute from 2010 to 2020.

Research Projects

  Project Role Description Start Date End Date
The characterization and classification of archaeological glass samples using multi-elemental analysis Co-Principal PI Provenancing of Archaeological Glass 01-SEP-13 20-JUN-16
The geo-archaeological significance of a range of physical and chemical soil properties from two former settlement sites in Co. Roscommon Prinicipal PI Multi-elemental analysis of soils from two archaeological settlements to assess settlement patterns 01-SEP-13

Peer Reviewed Journals

  Year Publication
(2008) 'Soil-to-plant transfer of 137Cs and 40K in an Atlantic blanket bog ecosystem'
Moran-Hunter, C. and O’Dea, J. (2008) 'Soil-to-plant transfer of 137Cs and 40K in an Atlantic blanket bog ecosystem'. Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 275 [Details]
(2005) 'Organic soil as a radionuclide sink in a High Arctic environment'
Dowdall, M. Gwynn, J.P., Moran, C., O’Dea, J. and Lind, B (2005) 'Organic soil as a radionuclide sink in a High Arctic environment'. Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, (266):217-233 [Details]
(2005) 'Uptake of radionuclides by vegetation at a High Arctic Location'
Dowdall, M. Gwynn, J.P., Moran, C., O’Dea, J. and Lind, B (2005) 'Uptake of radionuclides by vegetation at a High Arctic Location'. ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, (133):327-332 [Details]

Honours and Awards

  Year Title Awarding Body
1997 National Diploma in Analytical Chemistry with Distinction HETAC
2008 PhD: Radioanalytical and Analytical Techniques IT sligo
2001 BSc (Hons. 1.1) in Environmental Chemistry HETAC

Committees

  Committee Function From / To
Academic Council Elected Representative for Science 2019 /
Learning and Teaching Assessment Representative of School of Science 2019 /

Employment

  Employer Position From / To
Masonite Irealnd Environmental Coordinator 01-SEP-97 / 25-AUG-00
IT Sligo Lecturer 01-SEP-02 /
St Angelas College Lecturer 01-SEP-06 / 20-JUN-10

Education

  Year Institution Qualification Subject
2001 IT Sligo B.Sc. (Hons) Environmental Chemistry
1997 IT Sligo Diploma Analytical Techniques
2008 IT Sligo PhD Radiochemistry and Analytical chemistry

Other Activities

  Description

Radiation Protection Officer for IT Sligo: 2010 to 2020
Statutory role outlined in legislation to ensure compliance with IT Sligo's radiation licence. 

Teaching Interests

Analytical Techniques
Pharmaceutical Analysis
Biopharmaceutical analysis
Archaeological Analysis and Dating
Environmental Physics

External Collaborators

  Name Organisation / Institute Country
The Discovery Programme The Discovery Programme IRELAND