Co-edited by Dr Shane O’Hanlon, Consultant Physician in Geriatric Medicine and Associate Clinical Professor, UCD
Critically ill patients with COVID-19 treated with a drug that reduces inflammation by modifying the immune system are less likely to die and spend less time in intensive care, an international study has found.
53 new adjunct appointments and 22 promotions under 2019/2020 UCD Medicine Clinical Pathway initiative
2020/2021 Clinical Pathway will open for applications in December 2020
'Psychiatry Algorithms for Primary Care’ collaboration between UCD, UL and TCD Schools of Medicine
As we were all living through L3 and getting ready for L5 and even more stringent restrictions, where it is easier than ever to find ourselves between computer, couch and kitchen, the always dynamic UCD MedSoc was plotting the very clever ‘Fitness to Practice’ campaign.
Six GT programmes at UCD School of Medicine granted funding via HEA & Gov of Ire (July Stimulus Package) Postgrad Skills Provision
Following the announcement by the Department of Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science on 27/10/20, we are delighted to announce that we have been granted funding (covering 90-100% of tuition fees) for applicants to undertake the following programmes in Jan 2021
As we approach our end of Trimester exams and I reflect on the last number of weeks, it’s hard to fully appreciate the changes that we’ve seen this year to the way that we live our lives.
Fourteen UCD Research Projects Secure €10.2 million in Funding through the SFI Frontiers for the Future Programme
Dublin, Ireland, 2 November 2020, Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris, TD today announced that 14 University College Dublin (UCD) research projects have been awarded a total of €10.2 million (direct costs) in funding through the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Frontiers for the Future Programme.