Eco-Neurobiology and how the environment shapes our brains

The things we eat, the stressfulness of our lives, and traumatic events all have effects on our brains that we are just beginning to understand.
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Origin project delivers personalised cancer treatments through diagnostic targeted therapies

A new project led by researchers at University of Limerick has the potential to dramatically reduce the risk of error in the treatment of prostate and gynaecological cancer
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Who speaks for whom at work? Professor Tony Dundon on new processes and forms of worker voice

Professor Tony Dundon has provided research evidence on new processes and forms of worker voice that can enhance decent work goals, expose labour market inequalities, and support collaborative employment partnerships.
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Migrant health study as part of WHO collaboration with GEMS

The Public and Patient Involvement (PPI) unit at University of Limerick is to collaborate with the World Health Organisation in the area of migrant health
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The future of law - AI in the delivery of legal services

A University of Limerick project is changing the way legal services are delivered.
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Greentown research leads the way in examining effects of crime networks

REPPP project based out of UL’s School of Law getting global attention
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UL Study finds just 13% of children meet national physical activity guidelines

Real progress in improving the number of children that meet the Department of Health’s national physical activity guidelines can only be made if “targets are set and achievable actions informed by best practice are put in place
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PESS research continues to include analysis of schools rugby injuries

New research at University of Limerick, which looks at injury incidence in the Men’s and Women’s All-Ireland League, has now been expanded to allow the IRFU to begin to monitor seasonal trends in rugby injuries also across the schools game.
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University of Limerick researchers discover previously unidentified disease

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COVIDWATCH - Q&A with Professor Liam Glynn and Dr Mike O'Callaghan

Frontline GPs and UL researchers Professor Liam Glynn and Dr Mike O'Callaghan talk about starting COVIDWATCHIRL as the pandemic gripped the world
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Marie Curie @ UL

In 2019, University of Limerick became the second best performing university in Ireland for Marie Curie Individual Fellowship awards and the best performing Irish university for COFUND awards.
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The future of internet interventions

The online world has created ‘access to more affordable, equitable and timely’ treatment provision, according to Dr Pepijn van de Ven
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