The ‘Returning Investigator Session’ presentation takes place at 16.00 on Friday March 31st 2023, as part of the DSSG day of meetings. The session will be delivered by Dr Hazel O’Sullivan and facilitated by Prof Seamus O’Reilly.
Biography / Dr Hazel O’Sullivan
Dr Hazel O’Sullivan is a medical oncologist with a special interest in lung cancer and oncogenetics. She received her Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training from the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland in 2021. She holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Trials and a Postgraduate Certificate in Cancer Genetics. She has completed fellowships in oncogenetics, gynae-oncology and thoracic oncology at the Royal Marsden NHS Trust. Her presentation will cover:
- Career path to date
- An ‘outside-in’ perspective on Irish researchers & research, having recently returned from abroad
- Research interests
Who can attend
This session is primarily aimed at investigators of all levels – trainee to senior / principal / chief investigators. It is also open to members of Cancer Trials Ireland, and to oncology trainees, doctors and SpRs with an interest in clinical research who may not (yet) be members. If this describes you, and you wish to attend this session, virtually, or in person, please email email@example.com.
How to attend
You can attend this meeting in person at 4pm on Friday 31st (TCD Tercentenary Hall, Biomedical Sciences Building, third floor, 152 – 160 Pearse St, Dublin, D02 R590). To register for in-person attendance, email firstname.lastname@example.org. For virtual attendance, members of Cancer Trials Ireland have already been sent MS Teams meeting links and calendar invites. If you are not a member, but meet the criteria set out in the ‘Who can Attend’ section, email email@example.com to ask for an MS Teams meeting link.