Point-of-care iron stores test awarded staggering €7 million
The Ferrtest Project, which studies a point of care test to detect iron deficiency, has been awarded an impressive €7 million in the latest tranche of the Government’s Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund (DTIF).
‘Pill-testing at Festivals’ and ‘Recovery Buddy Coaching’ –brings innovative thinking and experience to Drugs Task Force
The announcement of Dr. Jo-Hanna Ivers as a member of a new task force to deal with drug and substance use within higher education institutions reflects the pioneering work she continues to undertake in the addiction arena.
Evidence to inform health system change in the public interest
Work has begun on a new Health Research Board funded project that will help guide the design and roll-out of the new Regional Integrated Care Areas (RICAs) announced by Minister Simon Harris in July 2019.
Eurolife Neuroscience Research Symposium 2019
The School of Medicine will host the November 2019 Eurolife meeting this November 25 and is marking the occasion with a Research Symposium.
Landmark clinical trial for midwifery, obstetrics and neonatology with potential for positive global impact
A new research project at Trinity College Dublin could have far-reaching implications for the management of labour...
Just why does homelessness cause premature ageing?
Homeless with conditions that are usually seen in people in their seventies or eighties.