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Mission statement:

"To deliver teaching and research excellence in the biomolecular and biomedical sciences and foster discovery and learning through collaboration."


The Regan Symposium on Neuroplasticity in Brain Function and DysfunctionThe Regan Symposium on Neuroplasticity in Brain Function and Dysfunction (13/10/2014)

It is with great pleasure that we bring to your attention The Regan Symposium on Neuroplasticity in Brain Function and Dysfunction which pays tribute to the contribution of Prof Ciaran Regan in the area of memory-associated neuroplasticity. Thursday and Friday, 30th and 31st October 2014

SBBS-coordinated Eye Disease Consortium SBBS-coordinated Eye Disease Consortium "3D-NET" launch (10/10/2014)

“Drug Discovery & Development of Novel Eye Therapeutics” Led by SBBS Dr. Breandan Kennedy, 3D-NET establishes an exciting and innovative European network of industry and academic partners, who exchange knowledge, people, and expertise to enhance the discovery and development of drugs that target these ocular pathologies (Funded by a FP7- Marie Curie IAPP grant).

Autumn 2014 SBBS Newsletter available to downloadAutumn 2014 SBBS Newsletter available to download (10/10/2014)

This issue includes photos of the school's recent conferring reception, Dr Keith Murphy taking the Ice-bucket challenge and beautiful images of bats from Emer Conroy in Prof Liam Gallagher's group. Research news comes from Dr Margaret McGee and Dr Therese Montgomery, while PhD student, Jennifer Cleary, makes the headlines on the front page.


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