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Doctor Ronan Glynn, Deputy Chief Medical Officer and Head of the Health Protection Unit at the Department of Health, who has featured on the RTE News regarding the Coronavirus Pandemic. Ronan is son of Mary and George Glynn, Lydican, Oranmore. Below is a resume of Ronan todate:

Ronan Glynn BSc, MBChB, fISQua, MRCS, MRCPI, MPH, PhD Profile Dr. Glynn is a physiotherapist and medical doctor with a PhD in surgical oncology and postgraduate training in both surgery and Public Health Medicine. He is currently working as Deputy Chief Medical Officer and Head of the Health Protection Unit at the Department of Health in Ireland. Career Record 2018 – Present Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health 2014-2018 Specialist Registrar and Specialist in Public Health Medicine, HSE 2014 – 2014 Project Manager, Health Technology Assessment (HTA), HIQA 2010 – 2014 Senior House Officer and Specialist Registrar, HSE (Otolaryngology) 2008 – 2010 Research Registrar, National Breast Cancer Research Institute (NBCRI), University College Hospital Galway 2007 – 2008 Foundation Year Scheme, National Health Service (NHS), Edinburgh Educational Achievements 2018 Diploma in personal, leadership and executive coaching 2018 HSE’s Leadership Academy 2017 Membership of RCPI, Faculty of Public Health Medicine of Ireland 2015 Masters of Public Health, University College Dublin (First Class Honours) 2015 Fellow of the International Society for Quality in Healthcare (ISQUA) 2013 PhD Surgical Oncology, National University of Ireland, Galway 2012 Membership of Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland 2007 Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, University of Aberdeen 2002 Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy), University College Dublin Prizes/Grants Awarded best oral presentation:  All-Ireland Prize in Public Health Medicine, Royal College of Physicians in Ireland, 2017  9 th European Public Health Conference (ASPHER session) Vienna, 2016  Society for Study of Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Ireland, 2016  RCPI Faculty of Public Health Medicine Summer Scientific Meeting, 2016  RAMI Section of Epidemiology and Public Health Annual Meeting, 2015  Head and Neck Surgery, Sylvestor O’ Halloran Meeting, 2013 Other awards:  Fred Given Prize for Surgical Research, Western Region BST, 2011  Sir Peter Freyer Plenary Presentations, Galway, 2010, 2011  Society of Academic and Research Surgery Plenary Presentation, London, 2010  NBCRI Research Grants, Galway, 2008, 2009, 2010