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Jennifer Hayes
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Studies on the relationship between pulsed UV light irradiation and the simultaneous occurrence of molecular and cellular damage in clinically-relevant Candida albicans
H Farrell, J Hayes, J Laffey, N Rowan
Journal of microbiological methods 84 (2), 317-326, 2011
862011
Disinfection and toxicological assessments of pulsed UV and pulsed-plasma gas-discharge treated-water containing the waterborne protozoan enteroparasite Cryptosporidium parvum
J Hayes, D Kirf, M Garvey, N Rowan
Journal of microbiological methods 94 (3), 325-337, 2013
632013
An evaluation of the thermal and mechanical properties of a salt-modified polyvinyl alcohol hydrogel for a knee meniscus application
C Curley, JC Hayes, NJ Rowan, JE Kennedy
Journal of the mechanical behavior of biomedical materials 40, 13-22, 2014
532014
Association between preadmission frailty and care level at discharge in older adults undergoing emergency laparotomy
B Carter, J Law, J Hewitt, KL Parmar, JM Boyle, P Casey, I Maitra, ...
Journal of British Surgery 107 (3), 218-226, 2020
362020
An evaluation of the biocompatibility properties of a salt-modified polyvinyl alcohol hydrogel for a knee meniscus application
JC Hayes, JE Kennedy
Materials Science and Engineering: C 59, 894-900, 2016
302016
Biomechanical analysis of a salt-modified polyvinyl alcohol hydrogel for knee meniscus applications, including comparison with human donor samples
JC Hayes, C Curley, P Tierney, JE Kennedy
Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials 56, 156-164, 2016
242016
Ecotoxicological assessment of pulsed ultraviolet light‐treated water containing microbial species and Cryptosporidium parvum using a microbiotest test battery
M Garvey, J Hayes, E Clifford, N Rowan
Water and Environment Journal 29 (1), 27-35, 2015
182015
Inactivation of recalcitrant protozoan oocysts and bacterial endospores in drinking water using high-intensity pulsed UV light irradiation
JC Hayes, M Garvey, AM Fogarty, E Clifford, NJ Rowan
Water Science and Technology: Water Supply 12 (4), 513-522, 2012
172012
Relationship between growth of food‐spoilage yeast in high‐sugar environments and sensitivity to high‐intensity pulsed UV light irradiation
JC Hayes, JG Laffey, B McNeil, NJ Rowan
International journal of food science & technology 47 (9), 1925-1934, 2012
142012
Influence of sweet whey protein concentrate and its hydrolysates on host–pathogen interactions in the emerging foodborne pathogen Cronobacter sakazakii
K McEvoy, J Hayes, C Kealey, D Brady
Journal of Applied Microbiology 121 (3), 873-882, 2016
62016
Efficacy of measuring cellular ATP levels to determine the inactivation of pulsed UV treated Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts suspended in water
M Garvey, J Hayes, E Clifford, D Kirf, N Rowan
Water Science & Technology: Water Supply 13 (2), 202-213, 2013
52013
A comparison of the efficacy of pulsed UV light and pulsed plasma gas-discharge systems for the novel inactivation of Cryptosporidium spp. and other clinically relevant …
JC Hayes, AM Fogarty, E Clifford, NJ Rowan
2011 IEEE Pulsed Power Conference, 1574-1581, 2011
22011
Applications of Pulsed Light Technology in the Medical Field
NJ Rowan, M Garvey, J Hayes
High Intensity Pulsed Light in Processing and Preservation of Foods, Chapter 10, 2016
2016
Author's Accepted Manuscript
C Curley, JC Hayes, NJ Rowan, JE Kennedy
2014
A Pulsed Light Approach for the Destruction of Clinically Relevant Microbial Biofilms
M Garvey, B de Franceschi Fiamoncini, J Hayes, N Rowan
Molecular Biology 3 (2), 121, 2014
2014
A comparison of two novel pulsed power eletrotechnologies for the inactivation of Cryptosporidium spp. and other problematical microorganisms in drinking water.
JC Hayes, AM Fogarty, NJ Rowan
1st International Malaysia-Ireland Joint Symposium on Engineering, Science …, 2011
2011
Percutaneous absorption of topically applied substances following fractional photothermolysis
DJ Kouba, KW Foster, EF Fincher, J Hayes, RL Moy
LASERS IN SURGERY AND MEDICINE, 56-56, 2008
2008
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