Entries by Michael Salter-Townshend

Invitation to Royal Irish Academy Discourse with Dr Lalita Ramakrishnan

“Tuberculosis: the persistent global scourge of humanity” with speaker Dr Lalita Ramakrishnan on 26 May 2022 at 18:00 (IST)  Respondent: Joseph Keane MRIA, Professor of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin Tuberculosis (TB) is an ancient disease that has killed more people than any other infectious disease. Despite more than 60 years of antibiotics, TB remains a major […]

Diagnosing Rare Diseases: from the Clinic to the Research and back

The French Foundation for Rare Diseases (FFRD) has codeveloped, in collaboration with European Reference Networks Genturis and Ithaca, in the context of the European Joint Programme for Rare Diseases EJPRD a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) completely free named “Diagnosing Rare Diseases: from the Clinic to the Research and back”. The third session will start next Monday April, 18th andis now open for enrollment: […]

Embedding research in the Irish health service

Health Research Charities Ireland invites you to an upcoming Irish Health Research Forum event:  Embedding research in the Irish health service09:30 – 13:00, Wednesday, 11th May, 2022In person: The Spencer Hotel, IFSC  About this event HRCI is delighted to welcome attendees back to an in-person Irish Health Research Forum meeting on May 11th. This event will bring together researchers, […]

All Ireland Virtual Rare Disease Research Symposium 

This year All Ireland virtual rare disease research symposium is scheduled to take place on the 25th of February 13.00-17.00 (GMT) to raise awareness of “Rare Diseases Day 2022”.  This event is building on our existing patient public involvement (PPI) and research partnerships across the north (RARDTAC) and south (RAINDROP). This virtual symposium will inspire and empower […]