Adam Dyer

Honorary Secretary

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Dr Adam Dyer is a Specialist Registrar (SpR) in Geriatric and General Internal Medicine (GIM). Adam graduated from Medicine in Trinity College Dublin (TCD) in 2017 and additionally holds an MSc in Neuroscience, an MSc by Research (Medical Gerontology), a Postgraduate Certificate in Statistics and Membership of the RCPI. Adam is currently undergoing joint clinical-academic training as part of the Irish Clinical Academic Training (ICAT) programme enabling completion of an ambitious programme of doctoral research alongside clinical training in Geriatric and General Internal Medicine. Adam has published widely, with over 50 journal papers - many in leading gerontology journals. Adam’s translational research centres on the immunology of ageing and seeks to examine the impact of age and frailty states on immune responses, and how this influences the pathogenesis and progression of age-related disease. Adam is passionate about translating the latest advances in the basic biology of ageing into improvements in outcomes for older adults, particularly in the area of cognitive impairment and dementia. In addition to his role as co-secretary of the IGS, Adam is the current Age & Ageing Editorial Fellow and a member of the EuGMS Early Career Geriatricians Initiative.     Twitter:  @adamhdyer