Advisory Boards - International Boards

[Bullet] National Institute of Cellular Biotechnology
Dublin City University
Glasnevin, Dublin 9
Ireland

Kevin J. Scanlon is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board at the National Institute of Cellular Biotechnology (NICB) in Dublin, Ireland since 2000.

This is the first Biotechnology Center in Europe that integrates the pharmaceutical industry and the academic community with the strong financial support of the Irish government. The NICB has been an effective model for other European and Asian countries to emulate. The NICB is a multidisciplinary center of research in fundamental and applied Cellular Biotechnology, Molecular Cell Biology and Biological Chemistry. It includes a multidisciplinary team of Cell and Molecular Biologists, Biotechnologists. The institute draws from the established expertise of researchers in Dublin City University, IT Tallaght and NUI Maynooth with the aim to be a Center of world-class expertise, in Cellular and Molecular Biotechnology, in the discovery of novel molecules with Biological applications and in related areas including Bio-computing, Bio-ethics, and Science Communication.



[Bullet] The Faculty of Science and Health
Dublin City University
Glasnevin, Dublin 9
Ireland
www.dcu.ie/science_and_health/

Kevin J. Scanlon is a member of the Faculty Advisory Board, Dublin City University since 2006.



[Bullet] Molecular Therapeutics for Cancer Program for Ireland
National Institute for Cellular Biotechnology
Dublin City University
Glasnevin, Dublin 9
Ireland
www.mtci.ie

Kevin J. Scanlon is Vice Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Board on the Molecular Therapeutics for Cancer Program. He has been a member since 2009.



[Bullet] Community First Initiatives
#006A, Group 7, Salakangsang Village
Svay Dankom Commune
Siem Reap District, Siem Reap Province
Kingdom of Cambodia
www.cfi-asia.org

Kevin J. Scanlon is a member of the Board of Directors since 2009.

The Community First Initiatives' mission is to reduce the devastating effects of poverty by building bridges between people with financial, intellectual and other essential resources and those with needs. This would result in the creation of locally-based businesses that provide sustainable employment, ultimate ownership and other benefits for forgotten communities.



[Bullet] Bridges to Italy
46-E Peninsula Center Dr. #378
Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90274
Tel: 310-944-2998
Bridges to Italy 10 slides in Adobe PDF Format
www.bridgestoitaly.org

Kevin J. Scanlon is a member of the advisory board for the Italian Government "Bridges to Italy".

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