Suzanne Cloonan (She/Her)

Professor in Respiratory Biochemistry , Trinity College Dublin
  • Ireland

About Suzanne Cloonan


Dr. Cloonan is Professor in Respiratory Biochemistry in the School of Medicine at Trinity College Dublin as well as an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Biochemistry in Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College New York City. Dr. Cloonan received her PhD in Biochemistry in 2010 from Trinity College Dublin Ireland. She carried out her Post-Doctoral training in The Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston. In 2014, she became faculty at Weill Cornell Medicine. After obtaining Science Foundation Ireland Future Research Leaders Award, she relocated her lab to Trinity College Dublin in 2020. Her lab is focused on applying cutting edge techniques and concepts to aid in understanding the molecular mechanisms behind iron metabolism in normal and diseased lung; related to inflammation, alveolar epithelial cell biology, host-pathogen interactions in the lung microenvironment and subsequent systemic implications. She is currently Chair of Assembly 3.02, Airway cell biology and immunopathology and is a member of the fellowships and awards committee for the European Respiratory Society.  She is also a program committee member for the Allergy, Immunology and Inflammation assembly of the American Thoracic Society and is an Associate Editor at Scientific Reports and Respiratory Research.


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