Festival of Genomics Boston - October 2017, Boston Convention Center


Sean Ennis

Sean Ennis

Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Officer, Genomics Medicine Ireland & Director, University College Dublin
Dr. Ennis has over 30 years’ experience in research in medical genetics. He has led and been involved in establishing collaborative approaches to investigating chronic conditions such as Motor Neuron Disease (ALS), Autism Spectrum Disorder and, more recently, Rare Diseases. He has extensive published research studies and is a frequent speaker in the area of genomics.

Dr. Ennis holds diplomas in the fields of Applied Biological Science and Technology Science from Dublin Institute of Technology and Institute of Science Technology respectively and a PhD from University College Dublin. He is a lecturer at the School of Medicine & Medical Sciences at University College Dublin, Investigator with the National Centre for Medical Genetics and National Children's Research Centre.  He is director of the UCD Academic Centre of Rare Diseases (ACoRD).

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