Administrative Officer, Botany
Administrative Officer, School Office - Natural Sciences
I am the Research Officer for the School of Natural Science in TCD, and in this role I assist the Principal Investigators in the School in successful research funding applications. This work includes identifying new opportunities for research funding, as well as assistance with the completion of the non-scientific parts of applications, and general feedback on the science specific sections in terms of clarity and fit with the funding call.
I am also involved in the development of research strategies, in particular how the School's research can best fit under current Horizon 2020 calls.
Current research funding opportunities can be found at https://naturalscience.tcd.ie/research/funding/
Publications and Further Research Outputs
Siddall, E., Grey, T., Dyer, M., Indicators and stakeholder engagement: A Dublin case study, Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Engineering Sustainability, 166, (2), 2013, p85-97
Grey, T. Siddall, E.C. and Dyer, M. , Shared Space, Shared Surfaces and Home Zones from a Universal Design Approach for the Urban Environment in Ireland, National Disability Authority, 2012
Siddall E.C. and Marples N.M. , Hear no evil: The effect of auditory warning signals on avian innate avoidance, learned avoidance and memory. , Current Zoology, 57, 2011, p197 - 207
Siddall, E.C. & Marples, N. M. , The effect of pyrazine odour on avoidance learning and memory in wild robins (Erithacus rubecula). , Current Zoology, 57, 2011, p208 - 214
Siddall, E.C. and Grey, T. , Sustainability Indicators Framework, Dublin City Council, 2011
Siddall, E.C., Baibarac, C, Byrne, A., Byrne, N., Deasy, A., Flood, N., Goulding, C., O'Driscoll, S., Rabbitt, N., Sweeney, A., Wang, Y. & Dyer, M., Eight Eyes of Dublin: The use of personas as a user centred design tool for the built environment, , Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Engineering Sustainability, 164, 2011, p59 - 69
Siddall, E.C. and Marples, N.M., Better to be bimodal: the interaction of color and smell on learning and memory. , Behavioral Ecology, 19, 2008, p425 - 432