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Former CMO Dr Holohan appointed as adjunct professor at UCD

DUBLIN: The former Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan has been appointed Adjunct Full Professor at University College Dublin. Dr Holohan will be an Adjunct Full Professor of Public Health at the College of Health and Agricultural Sciences.

UCD said Dr Holohan, who is of “very high caliber” with experience in the field of public health, will “enhance the teaching or research profile of a School, Research Institute or College and contribute to the intellectual life of the university”.

Professor Cecily Kelleher, Principal of the UCD College of Health and Agricultural Sciences, said: “I am delighted to announce that outgoing Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan has taken up a five year appointment as Adjunct Full Professor at UCD, affiliated to the College of Health and Agricultural Sciences.

“I welcome Tony to his new role and am delighted that a figure of his calibre and standing will be contributing to our research and educational programmes and trust the collaborations he will forge will have a positive impact on public health policy into the future.”

Dr Holohan announced his resignation as Chief Medical Officer from 1 July.

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