Join Professor Bill Watson, mustachioed faculty members and our cadre of campaigners for men's health at an event to mark the end of our inaugural Movember campaign. This informal lunchtime event celebrates the commitment and dedication of the UCD School of Medicine & Medical Science Movember team.
The North Dublin Hospital Group (NDHG) will host the Inaugural Conference on Collaborative Lifespan Research on 29 November 2012. The purpose of the conference is to bring together an outstanding and diverse group of clinicians, researchers, and thought leaders at the forefront of collaborative research in Ireland.
A multi-faith service of thanksgiving & remembrance to honour those who have donated their bodies for the advancement of medical education and research will take place on Wednesday, 21 November 2012, at the Church of Our Lady Seat of Wisdom, Belfield.
Our students avail of highly-prized elective opportunities at home and abroad. These electives allow students to explore in further depth topics of relevance to their degree programme. As part of our summer elective series, medicine student Michael Conroy reflects on his time at the Mayo Clinic, Minnesota.
Three medicine students took home awards and prizes at the annual Dr Henry Hutchinson Stewart Scholarships and Prizes Competition, administered by the National University of Ireland. Hilary Dowdall, Dearbhla Doherty and Julia Gleize won prizes in pharmacology, pathology and physiology respectively.
University College Dublin, in association with St Vincent's University Hospital and the European School of Oncology hosted an international conference on breast cancer in young women from 8th-10th November 2012. The conference included presentations from leading international breast cancer experts on a range of issues including surgery, genetics, fertility preservation and mental health implications of diagnoses.
Our students avail of elective opportunities at home and abroad. These electives allow students to explore in further depth topics of relevance to their degree programme. As part of our summer elective series, medicine student Andrea Bowe reflects on her time at the Hospital for Special Surgery, New York.
In summer 2012, five medicine students were selected by their peers to represent the School at the Universitas 21 Workshop on the Millennium Development Goals (MGDs) at Lund University, Sweden. Upon their return, the five students were asked to pen and submit a reflective piece that captured their experiences.
UCD School of Medicine & Medical Science took home the prestigious 'best practice' website award at last night's Irish Web Awards. This year's web awards was the biggest yet: more than 900 entrants competed for 27 awards, with the winners announced at the awards night in Dublin's Mansion House.