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NSI Travel Bursary Awardees

NSI Travel Bursary Awardees

Neuroscience Ireland provides bursaries for young Neuroscience Ireland Members (PhD students or postdoctoral researchers) to attend international conferences each year. The NSI travel bursary awardees for Autumn 2019 are: Zuzana ...
A Tiny Spark featured on RTÉ One

A Tiny Spark featured on RTÉ One

The Science on Screen film, A Tiny Spark, featuring the research of Dr Karen Doyle (NUI Galway) was screened on RTÉ One television on Tuesday 29th October at 11:15 pm ...
Congratulations to Tara Diviney; “Global Winner” in Undergraduate Awards

Congratulations to Tara Diviney; “Global Winner” in Undergraduate Awards

Tara Diviney, a recent graduate of NUI Galway’s BSc in Biomedical Science, has been awarded “Global Winner” in the Medical Sciences category of the 2019 Global Undergraduate Awards. Tara won ...
Dr Áine Kelly begins her term as NSI President

Dr Áine Kelly begins her term as NSI President

Welcome note from Dr Áine Kelly, TCD, who begins her term as NSI President “I am honoured and delighted to begin my term as President of Neuroscience Ireland. Next year ...
Prof Jochen Prehn coordinates PD-MitoQUANT

Prof Jochen Prehn coordinates PD-MitoQUANT

PD-MitoQUANT is a new Innovative Medicines Initiative research project that will improve our understanding of Parkinson’s so that better treatments can be developed in the future. The project, which is coordinated ...
“A Tiny Spark” wins at the Sci On! Festival in Nevada

“A Tiny Spark” wins at the Sci On! Festival in Nevada

The Science on Screen film, A Tiny Spark, featuring the research of Galway Neuroscience Centre PI Dr Karen Doyle, has won its first film festival award. On May 6th 2019, ...
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