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26 York Street Voted Ireland’s Favourite Building

The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) has announced RCSI‘s 26 York Street as the winner of the Public Choice category at the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2018. The healthcare education facility, designed by Henry J Lyons, was announced as Ireland’s favourite building in advance of the annual awards which celebrate the important […]

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New Healthcare Education Facility for Dublin

  Europe’s most advanced healthcare education facility has been officially opened in Dublin city. Based at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), 26 York Street aims to promote innovation in learning, delivering ‘world class medical and healthcare education’. According to the Minister for Education, Richard Bruton, this €80 million 10-floor facility ‘showcases the […]

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RCSI Students Celebrate Final Medicine Results Day 2018

284 medical students from RCSI received their final year medicine results on Thursday 17 May. In a tradition that has been running for more than 60 years in RCSI, the results were read out to students from the top of the stairs in 123 St Stephen’s Green. Students gathered to hear their results and to […]

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Six Irish Universities Win Research Innovation Awards

DCU, Trinity, DIT, University of Limerick, UCD, and College of Surgeons make impact at Knowledge Transfer Ireland awards Six innovation projects from Ireland’s research and technology sectors won prizes at the annual Knowledge Transfer Ireland (KTI) Impact Awards in Dublin on Thursday. University College Dublin was awarded the “Collaborative Research” award for its work with […]

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RCSI Wins National Education Awards

RCSI has won the Best Education Outreach award and the Excellence in the Provision of Professional Services award at The Education Awards 2018. The Education Awards celebrate excellence in the third level education sector on the island of Ireland. The awards were presented at a ceremony held at the Ballsbridge Hotel in Dublin last night. […]

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RCSI Transforms into a Teddy Bear Hospital

Over 350 children, aged between 4 – 10, brought their sick or injured teddies to the fourth annual RCSI (Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland) Teddy Bear Hospital on Saturday, 10 February and Sunday, 11 February in the College at 123 St Stephen’s Green.  Hosted by medical, physiotherapy and pharmacy students in the RCSI Paediatrics […]

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€11 million State-of-the-Art Extension for RCSI Teaching Hospital

A new €11 million three-storey extension to the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) Education and Research Centre at Dublin’s Beaumont Hospital is due for completion in May this year. The facility represents the third phase of development for the education and research facilities of the RCSI at Beaumont Hospital. “The first phase was […]

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Study at RCSI Aims to Improve Care for Hemophilia Patients by Using Personalized Approaches

A novel clinical study called “The Irish Personalized Approach to the Treatment of Hemophilia (iPATH)” will seek to investigate the potential of new personalized treatment approaches in hemophilia by tailoring care based on the needs of individual patients. The collaborative study will be led by the Irish Hemophilia Society, in partnership with Shire, a global biotech company that specializes in […]

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Researchers in Ireland Report – Autoimmune Disease Impacted by Circadian Rhythms

Researchers in Ireland report that immune responses and regulation of autoimmunity are affected by the time of the day when the immune response is activated. Understanding the effect of the interplay between 24-hour day–night cycles and the immune system may help inform drug-targeting strategies to alleviate autoimmune disease, say the scientists who published their study (“Loss of […]

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RCSI Signs €3M Contract with Irish IT Services Firm

Written by Robert McHugh, on 30th Nov 2017. Posted in Technology Typetec has today announced a €3m contract with the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) to provide students with Apple MacBook Air notebooks. Typetec will deploy hardware, technical support, professional development and continued ICT planning services as part of the agreement. The three-year deal […]

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RCSI to Train New Generation of Researchers as Part of International Study to Tackle Most Common Brain Disease

RCSI is leading an international team of scientists on a major research study that aims to train the next generation of specialists in purinergic signalling during brain diseases. The project (PurinesDX) aims to establish the potential of newly developed devices to better diagnose and treat patients. Brain disorders affect 180 million people and their families […]

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RCSI Wins Prestigious Tripartite €5.1 Million Award as Part of Global Project to Tackle Colorectal Cancer

RCSI has been successful in a €5.1m tripartite grant award to tackle colorectal cancer. The prestigious US-Ireland partnership award provides a unique opportunity to bring together leading researchers from GE Research in the US, RCSI and Queen’s University Belfast in an interdisciplinary programme of research to develop new approaches to diagnose and treat the deadly […]

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