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All-Ireland Bioinformatics (VIBE) Meeting 2022

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The All-Ireland Virtual Institute of Bioinformatics (VIBE) Annual Meeting 2022 will be in-person and hosted by the School of Medicine at the University of Limerick on Friday June 24th   10:30-4:30pm. Registration is free.

 

Abstract submission for presentation of posters, talks (25 minutes, 10 minute or lightning talks) or organization of session are open.

 

To Register https://bit.ly/RegisterVIBE

Cancer Research Collaborative Group - LDCRC Retreat Session

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We would like to invite you to the LDCRC Retreat Session – Cancer research Collaborative Group follow up, at the University of limerick on Friday 29th April 2022.

The aim of this retreat session is to encourage multi-disciplinary teams to collaborate and apply for upcoming funding calls, including Irish/EU/others grant funding mechanisms, with upcoming funding calls in health/cancer data science /computation/technology.

 

Please accept the invite via your Outlook Calendar; We look forward to seeing you at the event.

Digital Health in Cancer: Realizing the Opportunities (A Hybrid Event)

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The All-Island Cancer Research Institute in association with Dell Technologies will host a hybrid workshop to explore:

The digital health in cancer landscape on the island of Ireland

Data sharing, patient involvement and federated eHealth

Mining ‘omic’ and image data in cancer research

Exploring funding opportunities for AICRI’s digital health theme

This hybrid event will be hosted by Prof Aedín Culhane (University of Limerick) and Prof Mark Lawler (Queen’s University Belfast)

 

Patient Voice: A Vital Part of All-Island Cancer Research

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A Workshop Bringing Together Patients and Cancer Researchers

 

The All-Island Cancer Research Institute and the Patient Voice in Cancer Research will host and interactive workshop (in-person and online) focused on: 

  • How best to involve patients in research
  • Barriers to patient involvement 
  • Impact of involvement by patients in research 

Link to flyer here: /limerick-dcrc/sites/lcrc/files/user_media/AICRI_PVCR Flyer Final.jpg

Workshop on Immuno-oncology and the Microbiome

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The first workshop on Immuno-oncology and the Microbiome will be held online on Thursday 24th March.

The event is being organised by Dr. Jarushka Naidoo (RCSI), Prof Paul O'Toole (UCC) and Prof Subrata Gosh (UCC).

 

To register for this free event please click here:

https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/immuno-oncology-and-the-microbiome-research-workshop-registration-272607435177

 

Time to Act Ireland Event

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Time To Act in Ireland, hosted by Professor Mark Lawler, Co-Chair of the European Cancer Organisation’s Special Network on the

Webinar on Spatial Transcriptomics: Painting a Molecular Picture

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Understanding the cellular and molecular heterogeneity of tumour tissues continues to be a challenge for high-throughput molecular profiling technologies. Spatial transcriptomics can provide the molecular identity of complex tissues consisting of various cell types. This mini-symposium will offer an overview and update of the field by academic and industry leaders.