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Irish Association of Cancer Research. Bringing researchers together to share expertise and knowledge to promote greater understanding of cancer.
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James Brown Feb 14
Love science? In Galway for ? Hear cancer research explained for all. Get your free ticket to the Irish Association for Cancer Research public session (Wed 26 Feb at 18:30) .
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Oesophageal Cancer Fund Feb 14
We just wanted to let you all know that we have changed our Twitter name to Oesophageal Cancer Fund and our Twitter handle to Thank you all for your continued support ❤️
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News IACR Feb 13
A fitting stage for presentation of excellent research Triona!
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News IACR Feb 13
Only 2 weeks until IACR 2020 - Galway. Full agenda available now Highlights include fantastic workshops for early stage researchers, sessions on PPI in research and amazing science!
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Digestive Cancers Europe Feb 12
Do you know someone living with or cancer? Share this post – . Together we can change cancer care.
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Kathryn Clarke Feb 12
Great opportunity to meet the researchers and get an idea of the work going on here in Belfast
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Emer Hennessy Feb 12
🗓️ Application closing date Feb 20th 2020 🗓️
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Michelle Lowry, PhD Feb 12
I know what you're thinking "Award season is over now after the Golden Globes and Oscars". Absolute nonsense! We're having our Research Awards event next Thursday! Come and join us in celebrating our world-class researchers and hear all about their projects!
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Michelle Lowry, PhD Feb 11
REMINDER: The deadline for applications to the Translational Research Scholarship Programme is 3pm next Thursday 20 February!
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AACR Feb 7
Advance registration deadline for the AACR Annual Meeting 2020 is Feb. 21.
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Michelle Lowry, PhD Feb 7
Here's a list of our current open calls in the area of Translational Biomedical Research! We are funding an 8-week summer internship for undergraduates, a 4-year PhD programme, and a 3-year fellowship for early stage (0-4 years’ experience post-PhD) cancer researchers
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The Powrie Lab Feb 6
The Powrie lab is hiring! Seeking to recruit an enthusiastic postdoc with experience in: ✅ macrophage biology, ✅ epigenetics or immunometabolism ✅ and host-microbe interactions! RTs appreciated, details found here:
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Dr Robert O'Connor Feb 6
First research update of 2020! Already a busy start with several important research funding calls, news & announcements
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UCD Research Feb 6
. this Friday will show the ground- breaking work of , which is focused on fast-tracking the delivery of precision medicine in cancer diagnosis & treatment. Contribution also from & on 'Patient Voice in Cancer Research'
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Irish Cancer Society Feb 5
If you have been diagnosed with lymphoma or CLL, or you are a caregiver for somebody who has lymphoma or CLL - we would be grateful if you could complete this survey to help the Lymphoma Coalition gain a better understanding of patient experience:
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News IACR Feb 5
Cancer researchers - only 3 weeks until the annual IACR meeting - Galway, Feb 26th-28th. For some poster design inspo check out: NB: A1 POSTER SIZE
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Michelle Lowry, PhD Jan 28
New Grant Call! We are now accepting expression of interest applications for the Translational Research Scholarship Programme 2020. For more information on the call and for applicant guidelines please visit our website at
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Irish Times Health+ Feb 4
‘Leukaemia, cancer, Crumlin – all in one sentence. Everything just stopped’
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News IACR Feb 4
By working together across all disciplines and centres we will generate a world-class environment for cancer research in Ireland.
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