13th October 2016, 9am to 1pm at George Moore Auditorium, UCD O'Brien Centre for Science

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Integrating Research in the Medical Curriculum

The School is hosting a symposium and staff forum entitled 'Integrating Research in the Medical Curriculum : The Road Ahead' on Thursday 13th October 2016 from 9am to 1pm in the George Moore Auditorium, UCD O'Brien Centre for Science.  The event coincides with the 10th year anniversary of our highly successful student summer research awards initiative.  

TimeSpeaker
9:00 am REGISTRATION Tea / coffee and refreshments
9:30 am Dean's Welcome - Prof Patrick Murray
9:35 am

Undwergraduate Research in School of Medicine - Dr Rachel Toomey

9:40 am

Keynote Address | Integrating Research - Practical Examples for Medicine

Prof Dilly Fung, University College London

10:20 am

Staff Experience of Undergraduate Research in UCD - Assoc. Prof Eamonn Delahunt

10:40 am

Interactive Forum / Workshop 1 - All Participants 

Facilitator - Associate Prof Niamh Moore-Cherry

11:00 am

BREAK Tea / Coffee

11:30 am

Digital Badging and Research - Dr Cliona McGovern

11:40 am

Interactive Forum / Workshop 2 - All Participants

Facilitator - Associate Prof Niamh Moore-Cherry

12:10 pm

Panel Discussion - Panel Members and All Participants

1:00 pm

Programme Close - Dr Rachel Toomey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All contributors to our programmes either as module coordinators or contributing academic staff are invited to attend. 

About SSRA

Each year, over 75 of our undergraduate students undertake eight-week supervised laboratory, clinical or patient-advocate projects in Ireland or at one of our partner institutions.
The programme brings to life our commitment to foster in our students a passion for enquiry, discovery and investigative research. Participation provides students with invaluable experience in the area of investigative medical science, and is consistent with the School's ambition to produce not just exceptional healthcare practitioners, but also life-long learners and world-class medical researchers.

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