We had a great meeting recently with Dympna Watson (Chairperson – left) and Ciara Devine (Centre) from Europa Donna Ireland, the voluntary patient advocacy organisation which is working for better breast cancer services, during which we discussed some of our upcoming breast cancer research trials and how we might work together in the future. Also […]
We’re proud to present a series of short films which outline the work that ICORG, and our clinical research partners, undertake. Click here to view all our films
NUI Galway have opened the Lambe Institute for Translational Research and HRB Clinical Research Facility at University Hospital Galway. The co-location of these two facilities in one building on hospital grounds will mean basic laboratory research conducted in the translational research facility can be evaluated in clinical trials in the clinical research facility and ultimately […]
We are delighted to welcome you on Thursday 17th September 2015 to our Roundtable meeting, to be held at 09.30am in the Irish Cancer Society.
The Irish Cancer Society and Trinity College Dublin have once again teamed up to hold Cancer Week Ireland – a programme of events highlighting how more people are surviving cancer and how clinical trials and research are making a real difference.
A terminally ill patient with pancreatic cancer has called “for greater research and funding to improve survival rates in Ireland” Click here to read full story on RTE.ie
Leo Varadkar TD, Minister for Health recently announced a public consultation on the development of a National Cancer Strategy for 2016-2025. The Department of Health is seeking the views of the public on cancer services and on priorities for a new cancer strategy. ICORG has welcomed the announcement and believe that Clinical Research has to be prioritised in the next Cancer Strategy. Through appropriate funding ICORG should be placed in a strong position to bring more new treatments to Irish cancer patients.
Dr Catherine Kelly and Professor Leonie Young
The 5th Irish Next-Generation Sequencing Meeting will take place on 26th June.
Venue: Tercentenary Hall and Knowledge Exchange, Level 2 of Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute (TBSI), Pearse Street, TCD, Dublin 2.
Please see flyer for further details.
International Clinical Trials Day Highlights the Importance of Clinical Trials for the Future of Cancer Treatment. Photographs below of ICORG Clinical Trial Champions