MB, BCh, BAO, BA, FRCPI, FESC, FTCD
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians
Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology
Fellow of Trinity College Dublin
Head, Department of Cardiology, Charlemont Clinic
Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine, Trinity College Dublin
Adelaide and Meath Hospitals, St Vincent’s Hospital, Papworth Hospital Cambridge.
European Society of Cardiology
Irish Cardiac Societ
British Cardiac Society
European Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and rehabilitation
European Atherosclerosis Society
Irish association of Cardiovascular Rehblitation
Adelaide Hospital Society (Chair)
Adelaide Hospital Health Policy Initiative (Chair)
ISC Travelling Fellowship, Mexico
EU Fellowship, Erasmus University, Rotterdam
MRC Research Fellowship
Honorary Fellow of Trinity College
Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Medal, Royal Victoria Hospital and Queen’s University, Belfast 2011
Irish Cardiac Society Stokes Lecture and Medal 2012
Project Leader EU SCORE (Systematic Coronary Risk Evaluation) Project
Project Leader SURF (Survey of Risk Factors) international project
Dr. James Gray is a Consultant in Emergency Medicine at Tallaght Hospital.
He has extensive experience having worked in Emergency Medicine in both the United Kingdom and Ireland. He has been a medicolegal expert in Accident and Emergency Medicine since 2006 and has an expert interest in all aspects of injury and trauma.
Having graduated in Medicine at TCD in 1996, Dr. Gray gained Membership of the RCSI in 2001 and shortly after took up an Emergency Medicine Specialist Registrar position at the South Trent Higher Training Programme in the UK.
Dr. Gray gained a Fellowship of the College of Emergency Medicine in 2006.
He completed the Diploma in Forensic and Legal Medicine at UCD in 2012.
Dr. Gray is on the Specialist Register in Emergency Medicine of the Medical Council of Ireland. He is a member of the Medical Protection Society (MPS), the Irish Hospital Consultants Association (IHCA), and the Medicolegal Society of Ireland. Dr Gray is a Clinical Lecturer and Tutor in Emergency Medicine at the School of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin (TCD) as well as an Examiner for the College of Emergency Medicine, London.
• Assistant professor in University of Washington, Seattle
• Consultant Cardiologist, Tallaght Hospital
• Past President of the Irish Association of Cardiac Rehab (IACR)
• Past President of the Irish Hyperlipidemia Association
• Irish Cardiac Society
• European Society of Cardiology (E.S.C.)
• American College of Cardiology
• European Society of Cardiology (E.S.C.)
• American College of Cardiology
MB BCh BAO BMedSci (hons) MRCSEd, FCEM, MFSEM, Dip SEM, DipFLM
Dr. Jean O’Sullivan is a graduate of University College Cork and is currently a Consultant in Emergency Medicine at Tallaght Hospital, a Trinity College Academic Hospital.
She was awarded Membership in Accident and Emergency Medicine at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 2003. Also in 2003 Dr. O’Sullivan was awarded a Diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and in 2004 was made a Member of the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine Royal College of Surgeons Ireland.
Dr. O’Sullivan became a Fellow of the College of Emergency Medicine in London in 2008 and has completed a Diploma in Forensic and Medicolegal Medicine at University College Dublin in 2012.
To develop trauma care training in Africa, Dr. O’Sullivan founded an international medical charity, Global Emergency Care Skills and has worked extensively in several African countries.
Dr O’Sullivan is also a Clinical lecturer in Emergency Medicine at Trinity College Dublin.
Dr. O’Sullivan is a member of the Medicolegal Society of Ireland and has worked as a medicolegal expert since 2008.
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M.B. B.A.O. BCh D.A.B.N.P.
Member of the Canadian & American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
Member of the Irish College of Psychiatrists (CPD)
Locum Consultant Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, Our Lady’s Hospital, Crumlin
Qualified University College Dublin (St. Vincent’s Hospital)
Training in Canada & USA (Montreal, Edmonton, New York, Calgary)
Formal Training in Public Health (London)
Formal Training in General Practise
Board member of Society Study Behavioural Phenotypes (S.S.B.P)
American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (A.A.C.A.P)
Canadian Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (C.A.C.A.P)
Irish College of Psychiatrists (C.P.D)
Best Scientific Paper- Psychiatric resident 1986
Medum Scholarship 1996
A.A.C.A.P. Catcher in Rye Award 2001
Starfish International Award F.A.S.D 2011
Drama Director- having directed over sixty plays
Published poet first collection entitled “ A Sum’s Eye”
Academic Medical Author, two books published and other in preparation
Consultant Gastroenterologist, Emeritus Professor of Medicine and at the Tallaght Hospital and Trinity College, Dublin D.Sc. (University of London), D.Sc. Honoris Causa (University of Athens), M.Sc., M.D., M.A., Dip. Imm., F.A.C.G., F.E.B.G., F.R.C.P., F.R.C.P.I., F.T.C.D., A.G.A.F
Emeritius Professor of Medicine of Medicine TCD
President of United European Gastroenterology
Consultant Gastroenterologist Mount Carmel Hospital
1972 M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. (University College Dublin)
1976 M.R.C.P.I. (Membership of the Royal College of Physicians Ireland)
1982 M.Sc. Biochemistry (University of London)
1983 Dip. Immunology - (University of London)
1983 M.D. (National University of Ireland)
1986 F.R.C.P.I. (Fellow Royal College Physicians of Ireland)
1997 F.E.B.G. (Fellow of the European Board of Gastroenterology)
1998 F.A.C.G. (Fellow of the American Council of Gastroenterology)
1998 D.Sc. (University of London)
2000 F.R.C.P. (Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians) [London]
2003 F.T.C.D. (Fellow of Trinity College Dublin)
2004 M.A. (Trinity College Dublin)
2009 D.Sc. Honoris Causa (University of Athens)
2010 A.GA.F (Fellow of the American Association
2012 M.R.I.A (Member of Royal Irish Academy
American College of Gastroenterology
Bockus Society of Gastroenterology
American Society of Gastroenterology
Irish Society of Gastroenterology
European Society of Endoscopies
Association of physicans Great Britian and Ireland
British Society of Gastroenterology
European Society of Gastroenterology and Endoscopy
European Society of Cancer Prevention
European Society of Digestive Oncology
European Helicobacter pylori Study Group
1988 Honorary Member of Societe Royal Belge de Gastroenterologie.
1993 Honorary Member of Jounees Francophone de Gastroenterologie.
1993 Royal Academy of Medicine St. Luke’s Day Lecture, St. Luke’s Hospital.
1993 Visiting Professor University of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
1994 Visiting Professor University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
1995 Honorary Member of Japanese Society of Gastroenterology.
1999 Honorary Member of the Hungarian Society of Gastroenterology.
1999 The Geza Hetenyi Memorial Medallion and Diploma, Hungarian Society of Gastroenterology.
1999 The Max Siurala Prize, Finnish Society of Gastroenterology, Helsinki, Finland.
2001 Advisor to Gastroenterologists Training Reform in Lithuania.
2002 JMS Doctor Awards 2002, winner of the best paper published in the Irish Journal of Medical Science.
2007 Editorial Board of Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics most cited published paper in the journal since its foundation (D.D.W.)
2010 Royal Academy of Medicine of Ireland, 50th Graves Lecture.
2010 Lifetime Achievement Award (Irish Healthcare Awards)
2011 Member of the Royal Irish Academy.
Dr. Martin Rochford is a Consultant in Emergency Medicine at Tallaght Hospital and is a graduate of University College Dublin. Dr. Rochford completed the advanced training program in Emergency Medicine in Sydney, Australia and is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Emergency Medicine.
He has been awarded Membership of the College of Emergency Medicine in London and the Membership of the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine at the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland. Dr Rochford is currently a Clinical lecturer in Emergency Medicine at Trinity College Dublin.
Dr. Rochford has a special interest in musculoskeletal injury and in Legal Medicine and holds a Masters Degree in Sports and Exercise Medicine from Trinity College. He has also been awarded the Intercollegiate Diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine from the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh.
Dr. Rochford is a member of the Medicolegal Society of Ireland and has worked as a medicolegal expert since 2009.
Mount Vernon Hospital, Northwood, Middlesex
Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead
St Andrews Hospital, Billericay, Essex
South Africa: Addington Hospital, King Edward VII Hospital and R K Khan Hospital, Durban
St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne
Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
Member of Plastic Reconstructive & Aesthetic Association
Diploma in Microsurgery, Melbourne
M.B. B.ch. BAO
Diploma in Microsurgery (Melbourne)