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CHAS NVRL Director tasked with chairing the Expert Advisory Group on Coronavirus

UCD's National Virus Laboratory Director, Dr Cillian De Gascun, chairs the new Expert Advisory Group tasked with providing advice on the Coronavirus to the HSE and National Public Health Emergency Team.

10 Year Long Service Awards 2019

The College of Health and Agricultural Sciences celebrated 2019's recipients of the University's 10 Year Long Service Awards with an event in Woodview house on December 18th.

CHAS Celebrates International Men's Day 2019!

CHAS marks the day with an event in the Kevin Barry Gallery in the Charles Institute

Marking the end of Professor Guiseppe De Vito's 5-year term as Head of School

On Friday the 11th of October, colleagues from the School of Public Health, Physiotherapy and Sports Science gathered in the University club to mark the end of Professor Giuseppe De Vito’s term as Head of School.

CHAS marks the canonisation of John Henry Newman, the UCD founder

CHAS marks the canonisation of John Henry Newman with a commemorative photograph alongside his portrait in the Woodview House

Academic Science Centre Lecture Series starting the 21st of November

UCD Health Affairs and IEHG hosting a Lecture Series this November and December 2019

New healthy eating START campaign launched off the back of UCD CHAS research

CHAS new research discovers almost half of parents in Ireland are rewarding their children with treats

CHAS School of Medicine receives Athena SWAN Bronze Award

CHAS are delighted to announce that the School of Medicine has received an Athena SWAN Bronze award for its commitment to gender equality and inclusion.

The College of Health and Agricultural Sciences Remembers Sister Margherita Rock

The College of Health and Agricultural Sciences was deeply saddened to hear of the loss of Sister Margherita Rock on the 29th of July 2019. Sr Margherita worked tirelessly all her career to advance the cause of child care and supported and aided countless families over the years. She was a very strong presence within the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital and it's wider community.