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Two University of Galway researchers receive SFI Public Service Fellowship funding

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Two University of Galway researchers receive SFI Public Service Fellowship funding

Two University of Galway researchers have received their share of €1.25m in funding through SFI’s Public Service Fellowship programme.

The programme allows researchers to be temporarily seconded to Government departments and agencies to work on collaborative projects.


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Dr Kristin Anderson will work with the Food Safety Authority of Ireland on a behavioural science project focusing on food hygiene.

While Heike Vornhagen will work with the HSE to develop visualisations and data dashboards to support decision-making within the health sector

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