University of Limerick

Reviewers: 101

3rd in Ireland

Reviews: 975

3rd in Ireland

Merit: 2,964

3rd in Ireland

Openness: 3.5

2nd in Ireland

Journal Editors at University of Limerick

Reviewers from University of Limerick

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    Kwok Ng

    I am a postdoctoral researcher on the Health Ireland Demonstration Project. I joined the health behaviour in school - aged children (HBSC) study in 2013 as a junior researcher and completed my PhD in 2016. Research interests include physical activity among adolescents with disabilities, inclusion principles and pedagogy. In addition, I have research projects in sport and exercise psychology, social psychology, sports event management, and use of technology in promotion of physical activity and sports.

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    Tom Newe

    Senior Lecturer in the Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering in the University of Limerick and group leader of the Wireless Sensor Network Security group in the Optical Fibre Sensors Research Centre. He has graduated 11 PhD students in the general area of Security for Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) and currently he has 6 registered students working in the areas of secure IoT for the marine, medical environments and Smart Manufacturing. His areas of research include: Wireless Sensor Networks, Operating Systems, Cryptography/Encryption Algorithms, Data Security, Network Security, Cloud Security and Formal Verification Methods.

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    Ioannis Zabetakis

    Lecturer on Food Lipids Department of Biological Sciences University of Limerick Limerick

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    Frank M. Häge

    My research interests are in the areas of European Union Politics, Legislative Politics, the Political Development of Western Europe, and Quantitative Methods

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    Michael P Ryan

    I am current a Lecturer in Microbiology and Biochemistry at the University of Limerick. My research interests included bacterial growth in purified water systems, environmental microbiology and antibiotic resistance spread in the environment.

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    Khalifa Elmusharaf

    Dr. Khalifa Elmusharaf is a Senior Lecturer in Public Health at University of Limerick.He has more than fifteen years of experience as obstetrician, researcher, project manager, lecturer and health system specialist in academia, ministries of health, and International organizations. His PhD in Health System & Policy at National University of Ireland Galway ‘NUIG’ focused on access and equity for maternal, newborn & child health in fragile states. He is a consultant in Public health, Biostatistics, and Research methods, with experience in community based initiatives, Participatory Ethnographic Evaluation & Research, Community Readiness Assessment, and health system & policy research.