Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) has appointed Dr Graham Love to a key position as special advisor to the director general, Professor Frank Gannon, with responsibility for strategy and planning. In this role, Love will develop SFI’s strategic plan to enable delivery of the Government’s Strategy for Science Technology and Innovation (SSTI) 2006-2013, and the associated policies and metrics for its successful implementation. He will also be responsible for award programme planning and management. Prior to joining SFI, Love spent almost a decade with management consulting firm, Accenture. Working with clients in the communications and high-tech sector including Microsoft and Vodafone, his chief responsibilities were in strategic planning and programme management. Love graduated with a BSc in pharmacology in 1993, followed by a PhD in vascular cell biology in 1997 from University College Dublin.
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