Before applying for the HRB/R&D Cochrane Fellowship, an applicant must identify a local supervisor. This person must have authored a Cochrane systematic review and ideally works in the same institution or locale as the applicant. The supervisor should be available for regular consultation on the review, and if the supervisor is not local, practical details on the supervisory arrangements must be included in the Fellowship application. Further details will be available in the Cochrane Fellowship Guidance Notes to be published in March 2016.

If Fellowship applicants do not have a suitable supervisor in their institution, the people listed below are willing to consider being supervisors or may know others who might be available. Other names will be added to this list as they become available. Another way to identify a supervisor is to join the Cochrane Ireland egroup and email a request. To join this group, click here. A few other potential supervisors have requested that their details not be put on our website, but their details are available by emailing Cochrane Ireland.

Coyne, Professor Imelda | Trinity College Dublin |
Interventions for promoting participation in shared decision-making for children with cancer

Furlong, Dr Mairead | National University of Ireland Maynooth |
Behavioural and cognitive-behavioural group-based parenting programmes for early-onset conduct problems in children aged 3 to 12 years
Home-care 're-ablement' services for maintaining and improving older adults' functional independence

Gallagher, Dr HelenUniversity College Dublin |
- Venlafaxine for neuropathic pain in adults

Martin, Professor Suzanne | University of Ulster |
The effect of smart home technologies to support people at home
Interventions for fatigue and weight loss in adults with advanced progressive illness
Wheelchairs for children under 12 with physical impairments

Matthews, Professor Anne | Dublin City University |
Interventions for nausea and vomiting in early pregnancy

McCann, Dr Margaret | Trinity College Dublin |
Interventions for preventing infectious complications in haemodialysis patients with central venous catheters

McGaughey, Dr Jennifer | Queen's University Belfast |
Outreach and Early Warning Systems for the prevention of Intensive Care admission and death of critically ill adult patients

Miller, Dr Sarah | Queen's University Belfast |
Home-based child development interventions for preschool children from socially disadvantaged families

Moore, Professor Zena | Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland |
Wound-care teams for preventing and treating pressure ulcers
- Repositioning for treating pressure ulcers
- Dressings and topical agents for preventing pressure ulcers
- Risk assessment tools for the prevention of pressure ulcers
- Wound cleansing for pressure ulcers
- Interventions for preventing infectious complications in haemodialysis patients with central venous catheters

Reid, Dr Joanne | Queen's University Belfast |
Thalidomide for cancer cachexia

Savage, Professor Eileen | University College Cork |
Self-management education for cystic fibrosis
Interventions for fatigue in inflammatory bowel disease