National University of Ireland Galway
Dr. Conway is a lecturer in Biomedical Engineering in the National University of Ireland Galway.She completed her PhD in 2013 and then received an international fellowship as a United States Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) fellow in the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology Division and in partnership with the FDA. Her primary postdoctoral research examined the clinical consequences of coronary stent fracture. This project investigated medical device failure using a complementary mix of computational, bench-top and animal model techniques. Dr. Conway joined the Discipline of Biomedical Engineering at NUI Galway in June 2017 as lecturer. She aims to further her research into vascular medical interventional technologies, looking at both short-term and long-term behaviour in devices such as coronary and peripheral stents, and also to look at valvular device performance based on clinical metrics. Her research will also provide insights into regulatory science and research for medical device CE marking and FDA approval processes.
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