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Amy Buckley, who topped the BSc Pharmacology Class of 2015, has won a BPS BSc Pharmacology Prize. Amy was the only student from an Irish university to win the prize, sharing it with 11 other exceptional students from British Pharmacology departments and schools.
SBBS News, Autumn 2015 (06/10/2015)
SBBS News is now available in print and download. Highlights: Wellcome Trust-NIH scholarship for Pharmacology Graduate | The Regan Symposium on Neuroplasticity in Brain Function and Dysfunction | OncoMark awarded €2.7 million in Horizon 2020 funding | Biochemistry Graduate awarded 2015 Life Sciences Undergraduate Award | Professor Michael “Gerry” Harrington | Graduation Photos from September 2015 | New Functionality for the Prion Protein in cell regulation | Summer 2015: Undergraduate Student research | Welcome to Dr Emmanuel Reynaud | SBBS prize-winners at the Conway Festival of Research | Recent Publications and Upcoming Events
On September 24th and 25th, The Regan Symposium on Neuroplasticity in Brain Function and Dysfunction took place in the Moore Auditorium, UCD O’Brien Centre for Science, University College Dublin. The symposium paid tribute to the research contribution of SBBS’s Prof Ciaran Regan, UCD Professor of Neuropharmacology, in the area of memory-associated neuroplasticity.