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Dr Michael McCann

Dr Michael McCann

Lecturer at ATU, Donegal
ATU, Donegal

Dr Michael is a lecturer in Data Analytics and the project lead for ATU, Donegal on the Centre for Personalised Medicine (CPM) project. The Centre for Personalised Medicine was established in April 2017. The Centre for Personalised Medicine’s five Research Clusters use the methods and technologies from personalised medicine and apply them to heart disease, emergency surgery, acute kidney injury, unscheduled care in diabetes and diagnostic accuracy in dementia. These are areas associated with significant clinical need and commercial potential and will benefit significantly from the interdisciplinary academic and commercial cross-border expertise and collaboration.

Dr Michael McCann delivers a range of modules in data analysis at both MSc and undergraduate level, Dr McCann has extensive industrial experience in data analysis, consultancy and project management. Dr McCann is currently the lead supervisor for a number of Data Analytic based Master’s through research students at ATU, Donegal and co supervising two PhD students with Ulster University. He has a particular interest in the area of data analytics and injury risk.