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Cormac Murphy gained his undergraduate degree in Zoology from Trinity College Dublin in 2014 with a thesis project in the field of Developmental Biology. He graduate with an MSc in Regenerative medicine from National university of Ireland Galway in 2015 where he worked on a project to model a rare form of familial retinitis pigmentosa using induced pluripotent stem(iPS) cells. He worked for fifteen months as a research scientist in Biotalentum, Hungary. In 2017 he stared his PhD as part of the Marie Skłodowska- Curie - International Training Network In3 project under the Supervision of Prof. Paul Jennings in the Molecular and Computation Toxicology division of the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam. His project focuses on the generation of a glomerular model from IPS cells and their application for nephrotoxicity testing.
A protocol for one-step differentiation of human induced pluripotent stem cells into mature podocytesMurphy, C., Feifel, E., Jennings, P., Gstraunthaler, G. & Wilmes, A., 2019, Cell-Based Assays Using iPSCs for Drug Development and Testing. Mandenius, C. F. & Ross, J. (eds.). Humana Press Inc., p. 93-99 7 p. (Methods in Molecular Biology; vol. 1994).
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