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Investigating spatial variations in cancer incidence rates using geographic information systems.

  Research Group: Centre for Public Health
An interdisciplinary PhD project using geographic information systems (GIS) data-driven approaches to investigate geospatial patterns in cancer incidence and their possible underlying environmental determinants to inform primary prevention. Read more

Our Mission: to Educate, Nurture and Discover for the benefit of Human Health

Our ultimate purpose is to work in service of patients. RCSI was founded by Royal Charter on 11th February 1784, to set and support professional standards for surgical training and practice in Ireland. Read more

Understanding the role of ubiquitination on STING-mediated immune regulation following DNA damage

  Research Group: The Patrick G Johnston Centre for Cancer Research
STING regulates the innate immune response to viral infection but is also activated in response to DNA damage. This project aims to provide a comprehensive and unbiased analysis of the role of Ub mediated STING regulation in response to DNA damage and its impact on innate immune activation. Read more

Estimating cancer treatment effects in patient audit data

Cancer treatment effects on patient survival can be estimated in population-based observational cancer audit datasets. For certain patient groups, these estimates could be their only treatment evidence-base. Read more

Pharmacist-led medicines optimisation case management services: evaluation and development of the Medicines Optimisation in Older People (MOOP) model

Older people often have multiple co-morbid medical conditions (multimorbidity) and take multiple medicines (polypharmacy). They are at increased risk of receiving potentially inappropriate medicines, experiencing adverse drug events, and having reduced quality of life, higher mortality, and greater health services use. Read more
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