The Oliver Sears Gallery will host an exhibition called 'Old Anatomy', an exhibition of stone sculptures by Dublin based artist, Jason Ellis from 21st October 2016. Developing his understanding of human anatomy, Ellis was granted access to an extraordinary collection of plaster casts kept by the Discipline of Anatomy at the School of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin. Here, Ellis, has chosen to re-create a number of body and animal parts, internal and external, and turned them into ciphers for emotional and psychological expression. Ellis' long history as a stone conservator gives him a deep understanding of the technical knowledge necessary to physically make objects from a variety of materials including limestone, marble, slate and sandstone. The exhibition runs until 1st December 2016 at the Oliver Sears Gallery at 29 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2.
ICAT is an exciting new all Ireland clinician PhD programme funded by Wellcome and the Health Research Board, HSE-NDTP, HSC R&D Division, and six Universities, TCD, UCD, NUIG, QUB, RCSI and UCC. The programme is coordinated by Molecular Medicine Ireland.
Integrated with postgraduate medical training, ICAT will support 4 years of academic training at the beginning of higher specialist training (HST) or equivalent, with clinical and academic mentoring until completion of PhD and CCST/CCT.
ICAT now seeks to appoint the first cohort of 8 well qualified and ambitious medical graduates who aspire to become the next generation of clinical academic leaders. Go to: www.ICATprogramme.org for further details
ICHAMS is a conference for undergraduate healthcare and medical students to present their research to peers and professors in their field. In addition to the high caliber of delegates and professors at the conference, there are numerous workshops which will be offered on a variety of topics. The conference will be held on the 16-17 February 2017. For more details click here.
The Clinical Biochemistry Unit in conjunction with the MSc in Clinical Chemistry TCD invites you to attend the Bone Study Day, a multidisciplinary event in Metabolic Bone Biochemistry and Medicine. Held on the 10th March.