THE ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY IS IRELAND'S LEADING BODY OF EXPERTS IN THE SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES

The Royal Irish Academy/Acadamh Ríoga na hÉireann champions research. We identify and recognise Ireland’s world class researchers. We support scholarship and promote awareness of how science and the humanities enrich our lives and benefit society. We believe that good research needs to be promoted, sustained and communicated. The Academy is run by a Council of its members. Membership is by election and considered the highest Academic honour in Ireland.

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Membership

  • Timothy James Foster

    BA(Dubl 1969), PhD(Bristol 1973) Professor of Molecular Microbiology, TCD Member, Science 2010
  • Robert Fitzroy Foster

    MA, PhD (Dubl 1976) Carrol Professor of Irish History, Hertford College, Oxford Honorary Member, PL&A 2010
  • Patrick F. Fottrell

    BSc, MSc(NUI), PhD(Glasgow), DSc(NUI) Retired Professor of Biochemistry, NUIG. Chairperson, Science Foundation Ireland Member, Science 1976
  • Andrew Cadle Fowler

    BA(Oxon 1974), MSc(Oxon 1975), M.A., D. Phil(Oxon 1978) University Professor, UL Member, Science 2019
  • John Patrick Fraher

    MB, BCh, BAO(NUI), PhD, DSc(Edin), RCS Edinburgh. FRCSEd Former Professor of Anatomy, UCC Member, Science 1998
  • Robert (Robin) Ferris Frame

    BA, MA, PhD (Dubl 1966, 1969, 1971), FRHistS (1978) Emeritus Professor of History, University of Durham Honorary Member, PL&A 2007
  • Adrian Frazier

    BA(Pomona College 1971), Diploma(Dubl 1973), MA(Washington University 1976), PhD(Washington University 1979) Professor, NUIG Member, PL&A 2012
  • Eugene C. Freuder

    BA(Harvard 1967), PhD(MIT 1975) Professor of Computer Science and Director of the Cork Constraint Computation Centre, UCC Member, Science 2007
  • Otto-Hermann Frey

    Emeritus Professor of Archaeology, University of Marburg Honorary Member, PL&A 2000
  • Peter Froggatt

    MB(1952), MD(Dubl 1957), PhD(QUB 1967), DSc(hc NUI), LLD(Dubl, hc QUB) Former President and Vice-Chancellor, QUB. Member, Science 1978
  • Professor Anne Fuchs

    MA, DrPhil(Konstanz). FBA Professor and Director, Humanities Institute, UCD Director, Humanities Institute of Ireland, UCD Member, PL&A 2009
  • Vincent F. Fusco

    BSc, PhD, DSc(QUB) Professor of Electronic Engineering and Head of High Frequency Electronics Research, QUB Member, Science 2009
  • Mary Gallagher

    BA(Dubl), DEA(Paris), DèsL(Paris) Associate Professor of French, UCD Member, PL&A 2005
  • Michael Gallagher

    BA(Lancaster 1972), MSc(Essex 1973), MSc(Strathclyde 1974), PhD(Strathclyde 1979) Professor of Comparative Politics, Head of Department of Political Science, TCD. Member, PL&A 2013
  • Frank Gannon

    BSc(NUI), PhD(Leicester) Director and CEO, QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute Member, Science 2007
  • Stephen James Gardiner

    BSc, MSc, PhD, DSc(QUB) Treasurer Professor of Mathematics, UCD Member, Science 2000
  • Graham Gargett

    BA(Reading, 1967), PhD(East Anglia, 1974) Professor of French Culture and Ideas, UU Member, PL&A 2006
  • Thomas Christopher Garvin

    BA, MA(NUI 1964, 1966), PhD(Georgia 1974) Professor of Politics, UCD Member, PL&A 2003
  • Conor Anthony Gearty

    BCL (NUI 1978), LLB(Cantab 1980), PhD(Cantab 1986). FBA London School of Economics and Politics Honorary Member, PL&A 2015
  • Murray Gell-Mann

    BSc (Yale), PhD (MIT) Robert Andrews Millikan Professor Emeritus of Theoretical Physics, California Institute of Technology Honorary Member, Science 2003
  • Robert Benjamin Gerwarth

    DPhil(Oxon), MA(Humboldt University) Professor of Modern History, UCD Member, PL&A 2012
  • Fabiola Gianotti

    PhD(Milano 1989) CERN Honorary Member, Science 2015
  • Ian Keith Gibson

    SA (Dubl 1960), D. Litt (hc Dubl 1992) Hispanist and author Honorary Member, PL&A 2012
  • Henry Brian Gilbody

    BSc, PhD(Lond) Emeritus Professor of Physics, QUB Member, Science 1975
  • Paul Stanley Giller

    BSc(QMC 1976), PhD(Imperial College 1979), DIC(Imperial College) Professor Emeritus of Ecology, UCC Member, Science 2018

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