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Graduation of Four REMEDI PhD students

Dr Mary Murphy, Ronan McLoughlin, Claire Kavanagh, Emma Mooney, Caroline Curtin and Prof. Frank Barry
February 18th 2010

We at REMEDI are very proud to announce the graduation of 4 of our PhD Students

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REMEDI medical student co authors paper published in PNAS

February 15th 2010

Kapil Sharma co authored a paper entitled "Human stem cell delivery for treatment of large segmental bone defects". It will be published in next issue of the PNAS Journal.

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Minister Lenihan announces winner of School Science Essay Competition

January 19th 2010

Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation, Conor Lenihan T.D., announced the winner of the All-Ireland Science Essay Competition, organised by the Science Foundation Ireland - funded ‘Regenerative Medicine Institute’ (REMEDI), based at NUI Galway on the15th January, 2010.

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OPEN YOUR MIND Lunchtime Seminar Series

December 1st 2009

Many people come to work every day in a university that is renowned for its research and innovation. Yet, in today’s hectic schedules many do not find the time to find out just where all that research and innovation is going?

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REMEDI PI publishes major new book

November 27th 2009

Rhodri Ceredig, Stokes Professor of Immunology and REMEDI PI, has published a major new book with Geoffrey Brown from the University of Birmingham.

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REMEDI Newsletter

November 12th 2009

The lastest REMEDI Newsletter was issued in October 2009.

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SEMINARS IN ORTHOPAEDIC SCIENCE

November 4th 2009

"Hypoxia – a Force for Good in Cartilage" by Dr Chris Murphy
Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, Imperial College London.

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Minister Lenihan Announces €14.8 M for the Establishment of New Research Centre Supported by NUI Galway.

September 16th 2009

Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation Conor Lenihan has announced Government funding of 14.8 million, which is to be provided over the next 5 years for the establishment of Systems Biology Ireland, of which REMEDI and NUI Galway are partners.

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Purstem featured in Life Sciences Ireland Review

September 15th 2009

Purstem was featured in the "Ones to Watch" section of issue 2 of Life Sciences Ireland Review.

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REMEDI Annual Science Essay Competition 2009

August 20th 2009

The REMEDI Annual Science Essay Competition 2009 has become an important All-Ireland event in the secondary school calendar.

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