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Job: Principal Genetic Counsellor
National Maternity Hospital Applications are welcome from suitably qualified candidates for the following post: Principal Genetic Counsellor Genetics Department (Full-time, permanent) The successful candidate must have: For details see: https://www.irishjobs.ie/Jobs/Principal-Genetic-Counsellor-8924108.aspx
Genomics Data Infrastructure Research Fellow / Senior Postdoctoral Fellow
Title: Genomics Data Infrastructure Research Fellow / Senior Postdoctoral Fellow Department: FutureNeuro Research Centre, RCSI Tenure: Specified purpose contract for up to 4 year. Appointable at either Research Fellow level on a 0.8FTE basis or at Senior Postdoctoral Fellow on a full time basis. Hybrid working arrangements considered. Location: 123 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2 […]
National Genetics and Genomics Strategy for Ireland
The HSE launched the First National Genetics and Genomics Strategy for Ireland on Tuesday 13th December. The strategy outlines the planned development of an enhanced patient and family-centred genetic and genomic service that will be coordinated nationally. A press release and further details are available at the above link. Dr Mark Bale, Advisor and Lead […]
25th Annual Irish Society of Human Genetics conference
Our 25th annual conference took place on the 16th September in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Golden Lane, Christchurch, Dublin 2. The meeting had 129 registrations and was hugely successful. After a welcome from our Chairperson Jackie Turner we had an address from Dr Mark Bale, Advisor and Lead for the National Strategy for Genetics and […]
Webinar: New Technology and Digital Tools to Enhance Genomic Medicine Practice
Friday, 21 October 1.30-4pm. Join us for a special online event where you will hear from experts about how new technologies can be employed to enhance Genomic Medicine practice and optimise outcomes for patients with cancer. Book your place now https://courses.rcpi.ie/product?catalog=New-technologies-and-digital-tools-to-enhance-Genomic-Medicine-Practice Learn about the benefits, limitations and challenges associated with use of the liquid biopsy and […]
Genetic Counsellor for National Centre for Inherited Metabolic Disorders
There is flexibility associated in terms of working arrangements and even opportunity for part time working arrangements. For informal enquiries email@example.com Job Title / Grade: Genetic Counsellor Department / Division: National Centre for Inherited Metabolic Disorders (Adult Centre) Location: Mater Misericordiae University Hospital Reporting Relationship: Consultants/ Clinical Geneticists at the National Centre for Inherited Metabolic Disorders […]
Lecturer Above the Bar in Genomics Data Science and in Clinical Bioinformatics in the Discipline of Bioinformatics.
Applications are invited for two positions as permanent Lecturer Above the Bar in Genomics Data Science and in Clinical Bioinformatics in the Discipline of Bioinformatics at the University of Galway. The University Galway is a publicly funded university, one of the top three universities in Ireland, in the top 1% in the world according to […]
€2.7 million of funding promised for the Strategy for Genetics and Genomics.
The National Genetics and Genomics Strategy is to be published by end of this year. On Friday, 30th September 2022, as part of the development of the National Strategy for Genetics and Genomics, the HSE hosted a Town Hall event at the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, attended by Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly […]
African Genomics webinar series
The African Society for Human Genetics has partnered with the SFI Centre for Research Training in Genomics Data Science on a publicly available webinar series that will take place from the 14-18th November 2022. Please see below for details. The zoom link to register is https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUlceGtrDwtG9yyi_Ow7CHLf3r12Cb6GHk1
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