Details the progress and achievements of the Tracie Lawlor Trust for Cystic Fibrosis to date
Links and details of the latest research into integrative medicine for Cystic Fibrosis by the TLT4CF
Our Top Blog/News
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More insights into what we do
Below are some more links to various sections of the Trust site to stay up to date be sure to check out the latest events and pictures from previous events, while also having a read of the latest news/blog stories.
London South Bank University and the Royal Brompton
Cystic Fibrosis center Royal Brompton
26 May 2016 PMID: 26015075
Full article online
Natural Health Research Institute
Tatjana Djakovic M.S. (Author), Phd. Paul Quinton (Contributor), M.D. David M. Orenstein (Contributor), John Mark M.D. (Editor), Leonid Ber M.D. (Technical Editor)
2017 USA edition: Kindle: https://www.amazon.com/Complementary-Symptom-Management-Cystic-Fibrosis/dp/0692904018
What we provide!
Below you will find our major areas of assitance and research and how you can help us continue to provide these essential services until one day we are not needed
Our core members and directors are made up of varying skillsets who all volunteer their own time and effort free to ensure we can the deliever the best quality information, education, and science to those with Cystic Fibrosis
Mother of Tracie and career for two children with Cystic Fibrosis Philomena also has experience as a pharma tech, knitting and in retail.
Younger brother of Tracie and a person with CF himself. Joseph is former overall winner of person of the year, attended Newcastle school of excellence in soccer, and holds a BSc Neuroscience from UCD.
TJ Mc Donald
TJ Mc Donald is a Computing lecturer at Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) with nearly 30 years of experience in the IT sector. He has a degree and Masters in Computing from WIT and a PhD from Trinity College Dublin. TJ specializes in Databases, Data mining, Data management and Business Intelligence. He has co-chaired the Health Informatics research group at WIT and been involved in numerous research projects. In recent times his research focus has been on communities and voluntary organisations utilisation of IT to support and empower their members.
Visual Artist/event volunteer
Trained in horse riding, instruction and equinenursing, Michelle has over 10 years experience in the industry working with special needs. Also extensive experience as a visual artist curretly
Research Assistance, currently with UCD Estates Services as a Supervisor in Student Residences. Nicola has experience working for several years as an Advocate for One in Four. She has training in Health Psychology, Applied Psychology, Addiction and Art Therapy.