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Great work by Andy and Lyndsey giving oral presentations at the Hematology Association of Ireland conference 2021.

Lab Photo 2021..

Great lab day out doing the Greystones-Bray walk summer 2021.

Congrats to Lyndsey! She was selected for an oral presentation for the International Cell Death Society conference June 2021.

Welcome to the lab Dr. Graeme Sullivan! He is working on a Leukemia Research Foundation funded project.

One of the advantages of a pandemic our International Journal club where we discussed resistance mechanisms to Venetoclax with Tony Letai’s lab at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute/Harvard Medical School and Joan Montero at the Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia Spain.

International Journal Club

Andy has been mastering TEM imaging since he started his PhD with funding from SFI Frontiers for the Future programme.

Welcome to the lab Dr. Daniel Alencar Rodrigues.. Medicinal Chemist extraordinaire. Funded by SFI Frontiers for the Future Programme.

Daniel

Congratulations to Lyndsey on receiving a Breakthrough Cancer Research Fellowship to do her PhD in collaboration with Prof. Siobhan Glavey.

Congrats Lyndsey!

Congratulations to Ale on receiving an Irish Research Council Fellowship for her Postdoc work on T-cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.

Congratulations to Dr. Alessandra Di Grande on winning best Oral Presentation at the Irish Association of Cancer Research Conference 2021! Amazing work Ale.

Congratulations Dr. Alessandra Di Grande!! You should be so proud of all your hard work.

Congrats to Ale on winning Best Poster Presentation at IACR 2020 along with Best RCSI Research Day award. A busy month.

Congrats Ale!

Lab night out to celebrate the CRISPR queen who has decided to become a Dr. Dr…Best of luck in Medical School Kate.

Congrats to Dr. Louise on her paper publication in Clinical Cancer Research – way to go Louise.

BREAST-PREDICT researcher Dr Louise Walsh, has discovered a potential new treatment approach for Invasive Lobular Breast Cancer which affects one in eight patients.

Well done to Kate presenting her research at the Irish Association of Cancer Research in 2019.

Spin-a-thon to raise money for the Irish Cancer Society… Tough going for some of us!