Dr Terry Mcivor

Director for Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment of Regulatory Governance and Compliance

Dr. McIvor is an academic professional and entrepreneur passionate about fostering innovative science and maths programs through national and international organisations and has extensive experience in curriculum development to degree level. He holds a BSc Honours Degree in Applied Biochemical Sciences with a Diploma in Industrial Studies from the University of Ulster. From there he pursued higher degrees in teaching and post-secondary education leading to PhD's in Chemistry and Chemical Education (Physical).

Edward Flanagan

Finance Manager

Michael Flanagan is head of Taxbuster Accountants, an accountancy firm, with a number of offices in both Ireland and the UK. 

He is a fellow of The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland and a member of the Institute of Taxation. He has worked in PwC in Ireland, UK and Boston. He has wide experience in both large business and small business. He has written various taxation and economic articles for newspapers in Northern Ireland and London.

Stanley Page

Head of Innovation and Development of Skills Based Curriculum within the Engineering Sector Area

Michael Flanagan is head of Taxbuster Accountants, an accountancy firm, with a number of offices in both Ireland and the UK. 

He is a fellow of The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland and a member of the Institute of Taxation. He has worked in PwC in Ireland, UK and Boston. He has wide experience in both large business and small business. He has written various taxation and economic articles for newspapers in Northern Ireland and London.

Prof. Paul McKevitt

Chief Moderator/Curriculum Development Specialist for IT

Professor Paul Mc  Kevitt is from Co. Donegal (Dún  Na nGall), Ireland on the northwest of  the European Union (EU) and was  born in the Year of the Dragon. He is  Visiting Professor of Artificial Intelligence at AISR.  He directed  the 23rd  International Loebner  Prize Contest  in Artificial Intelligence  (AI) (2013) held,  for the first time on the island of Ireland,  is Co-Director of the [HE]Arts  of STEM initiative at  Ulster University,  investigating how arts and  technology inform each  other,  and has  contributed  to  genesis of  `The  Imagineering Quarter' [(c) 2009, PM] in the  City of Derry~LondonDerry~LegenDerry, which backed  the City's successful bid  for First UK City  of Culture 2013

Dr. Vinanti Cherian-McIvor

Head of Curriculum Development within the Science and Healthcare Sector Area

Dr Cherian - McIvor has attained her initial qualification in the field of medicine and Anaesthesia from India. She then moved to the UK for further experience and worked in different hospitals across Ireland. She passed the Fellowship exam from the College of Anaesthetist, FCARCSI and was appointed as a Consultant Anaesthetist in 2009 and she currently works in Altnagelvin Hospital, Londonderry, a multispecialty hospital. Dr Cherian - McIvor has been involved in research projects during her training in Northern Ireland including study on remifentanil for labour analgesia and she has a keen interest in Obstetric Anaesthesia and is currently Lead Anaesthetist for obstetrics in the Department.

Dr. Terence McIvor

Quality Assurance and Compliance and Audit Manager 

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