News & Events

Congratulations to Dr. Aideen Ryan on receiving President’s Award

Congratulations Dr. Aideen Ryan who was presented with the President’s Awards in the early Career Researcher category at this year’s Research and Innovation Symposium. She wa...

Biomedical Sciences Building BBQ, Friday 27th July

The Biomedical Sciences Building held a summer BBQ at the Electric Garden on Friday 27th July....

Professor Uri Frank from the Centre for Chromosome Biology at NUI Galway has received an Investigator Award through the SFI-HRB-Wellcome Partnership

‘Feats of Modest Valour’ Scoops Top Scientist Award at NYC Imagine Science Film Festival

Wednesday, 25 October, 2017: After eight days of science films from all over the world, the Irish Parkinson’s disease documentary, Feats of Modest Valour, won the prestigio...

NUI Galway Scientist to Study Breast Cancer ‘Biomarkers’ that could Predict Patient Survival

A leading scientist at NUI Galway’s Lambe Institute for Translational Research has been awarded a grant worth over €100,000 by research charity Breast Cancer Now to identify the genetic factors th...

NUI Galway Awarded International Grant For Schizophrenia Study

NUI Galway researcher, Dr Derek Morris, has been awarded a National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression (NARSAD) Investigator Grant from the Brain and Behaviour Research Foundation,...

CÚRAM INVESTIGATOR SPEAKS IN DÁIL ÉIREANN TO ADVISE ON MEDICAL CANNABIS

Professor David Finn, CÚRAM Investigator and Co-director of the Centre for Pain Research and Professor of Pharmacology and Therapeutics in the School of Medicine at NUI Galway,...

President’s Awards for Support Services Excellence for Gerardine Moloney

Congratulations to Gerardine Moloney on her recent accolade President’s Award for Support Services Excellence. This is richly deserved recognition of Ger’s contribution to the pa...

Irish patients first to trial new blood cancer drug

Patients in Ireland suffering from a form of blood cancer are the first anywhere in the world to trial a new drug that it is hoped will become an effective treatment. The medicine, Daratumumab (DAR...

EIGHT NUI GALWAY RESEARCH PROJECTS SELECTED FOR COMMERCIALISATION SUPPORT

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD, has announced funding to facilitate the commercialisation of research from NUI Galway. Eight projects have been funded throug...