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Major Research Development in Juvenile Myelomonocytic Leukaemia

Researchers at the National Children's Research Centre have contributed to a major breakthrough in juvenile myelomonocytic leukaemia.  The international research group has identified three prognostic subgroups with unique molecular and clinical characteristics through analysis of DNA methylation.

Enrolment Commences in Neonatal Clinical Trial

Investigators at the National Maternity Hospital have commenced enrolment of neonatal babies into a European paediatric clinical trial investigating the use of prophylactic oropharyngeal surfactant to reduce the rate of endotracheal intubation for respiratory failure shortly after birth.

Our Graduate Taught Programme Portfolio

The School offers an extensive portfolio of over fifty graduate taught programmes ranging from certificate, through diploma, to master's level across a range of biomedical and clinical specialties.  Our programmes are designed to support continuous professional development of healthcare staff as well as provide specialist education to those working in healthcare support roles.  A number of our programmes are now enrolling for January 2018 start.