Neuroscience Ireland News

Kathy Ruddy wins NSI Early Career Investigator Award

Massive congratulations to Dr Kathy Ruddy from TCD on winning the NSI Early Career Investigator Award. Kathy will now deliver a Prize Lecture at the British Neuroscience Association’s “Festival of Neuroscience” ...

Death of Dr Will Devane

We are deeply saddened to hear of the death of Dr Will Devane in Galway. Will made an extraordinary contribution to cannabis research – he discovered the CB1 receptor as ...

Nominees for NSI Early Career Investigator Award

We had a huge response to our call for nominations for the NSI Early Career Investigator Award and were overwhelmed by the number of outstanding candidates identified. So thank you ...

Deadline extended for Young NSI Conference

Early Registration and Abstract Submission for the Young NSI Conference has been extended for a further 2 weeks until 5 pm on Friday 14th September. The details are here: https://neuroscienceireland.com/young-nsi-conference-2018/ ...

Prof Ray Dolan announced as recipient of the NSI Distinguished Investigator Award

Neuroscience Ireland are delighted to announced that the recipient of the 2019 Neuroscience Ireland “Tom Connor Distinguished Investigator Award” will be Prof Ray Dolan from University College London. This award, ...

Nominations sought for NSI “Early Career Investigator” Award

Neuroscience Ireland is now seeking nominations (including self-nominations) for their “Early Career Investigator Award”. This prestigious award is presented to an outstanding research scientist who has made exciting basic science ...
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