Catherine Bernadette Tara Moore


Professor Tara Moore, PhD and Harvard graduate with a wealth of experience of working in Universities and laboratories across UK, Europe and USA has made tremendous advances in progressing novel diagnosis and treatment for blinding eye diseases helping new research findings translate toward the clinic and patients in a personalized medicine approach. She is Director of Biomedical Sciences Research Institute, Ulster University and has direct line management responsibility for over 130 staff and researchers and over 120 PhDs within the research institute.

The culmination of Professor Moore’s contribution to health, well-being and safety and improving people’s lives whilst inspiring others to see the opportunities to make a difference through science was recognised with the prestigious WISE award presented by HRH Princess Anne and most recently a prestigious Winston Churchill Fellowship.

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Her research interest, mainly focuses on developing siRNA and CRISPR-Cas9 for the cornea paving the way for gene silencing and gene editing in corneal dystrophies, developing remarkably potent mutant allele specific siRNAs and PAM specific CRISPR-Cas9 technologies.

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