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News & Galleries
Pioneering eye-surgeon Sheraz Daya took to the stage with TV presenter & author Katie Piper for the third in the series of RCSI ‘In conversation with...'.
On Tuesday, 31st January the Embassy of Ireland, Enterprise Ireland and RCSI Alumni hosted a special networking reception to mark the visit of Mr Pat Breen, Minister for Employment and Small Business to the UAE.
It is with great sadness that we report that the death has occurred of Prof Robert Harrison (Medicine, Class of 1967), who pioneered IVF-assisted birth technology in Ireland.
2016 welcomed more than 1,500 Alumni to 15 events across 3 continents. We would like to wish all Alumni a Happy New Year - and we look forward to welcoming you to an Alumni event near you in 2017!
A festive showcase of RCSI students through song, dance and music took place in the College Hall, RCSI on Friday, 2nd December.
On the 23rd November, RCSI celebrated 10 years of educating health professionals in Dubai at an event attended by Irish Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates H.E. Mr Patrick Hennessy, distinguished Irish business representatives in Dubai, staff, students and Alumni.
A fantastic festive turnout! More than 170 RCSI Graduates and friends attended the Association of Medical & Dental Graduates' annual black tie dinner in the College Hall, known to many as the old exam hall, on Saturday, 26th November.
The Class of 2006 returned to RCSI on Friday, 4th November to celebrate their – and the School’s very first – 10 year reunion!
More than 50 Alumni, Members & Fellows attended an evening reception in Washington DC as part of the ACS Conference on the 17th October.
More than 180 Alumni, Members & Fellows gathered in RCSI, Dublin for the second in the new series, ‘In conversation with...' on the 11th October.
“When I look back on the years I spent at RCSI, these memories are a very small part of the experiences I will never forget nor would I ever have wanted to miss…” Dr Al Mutchnik, Medicine, Class of 1953
More than 60 GEM Alumni as well as Faculty, students and staff joined together to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the Graduate Entry Medicine programme in RCSI on the 7th October.
More than 160 Alumni, Members & Fellows attended an evening reception in the House of Lords, London on the 3rd October.
More than 30 Alumni, Members & Fellows attended an informal evening reception in Hong Kong on the 29th September.
More than 30 Alumni, Members & Fellows attended an informal evening reception in Singapore on the 27th September.
More than 40 Alumni, Faculty and current students gathered in the Albert Lecture Theatre on the 23rd September for the second annual School of Physiotherapy Reunion.
On the 9th September, the RCSI School of Postgraduate Studies marked the 10 Year Anniversary of its establishment with a special one-day conference entitled ‘Celebrating Research - Past, Present and Future' to celebrate the research carried out by graduates of the School over the past decade.
Read Peter Docherty's (Class of 1962) tale of his very first day in RCSI in October 1956... sound familiar?
More than 400 Alumni spanning seven decades were welcomed back to RCSI over three days in August for the annual RCSI Alumni Gathering.
The Association of Medical and Dental Graduates’ AGM and Annual Lecture took place on Friday, 29th of April 2016 at which Mr Mayilone Arumugasamy (Class of 1993) was elected as the President for 2016 - 2018.
St Patrick's Mental Health Services, whose Medical Director is RCSI Alumnus, Jim Lucey, Class of 1983, is the newest Irish hospital to grant clinical facilities and agree to facilitate the clinical training of RCSI undergraduate medical students.
As part of this year's annual North American Alumni Gathering, Professor Kevin M. Cahill, MD was awarded an Honorary Fellowship of RCSI in recognition of his outstanding contributions as a physician, teacher and humanitarian, at a ceremony that took place in the American Irish Historical Society in New York on the 5th April.
Many of the country’s leading business women and academics, including RCSI Alumni, gathered this month in the historic boardroom of RCSI to mark International Women’s Day at an event entitled “Enabling Leadership – 100 years on from the revolutionary women of 1916
Once again this year, it took a penalty shoot out to separate the graduates and students in the annual Sherlock Cup challenge played in Dardistown in late February.
Human heart valve grown in lab among innovations presented at RCSI Research Day 2016
On Tuesday, 26th January, over 60 RCSI Alumni and friends were welcomed to an evening networking reception hosted by the Embassy of Ireland and Enterprise Ireland.
On the 13th January, together with other Irish colleges, RCSI hosted a gathering of Alumni in London.
The Development & Alumni Relations office wish all our Alumni a very Happy Christmas and a wonderful New Year.
More than 100 RCSI Alumni attended the Association of Graduates' annual black tie festive dinner in the College Hal on Saturday, 28th November.
More than 120 RCSI Alumni, Fellows and Members attended November's guest lectures and suppers in Doha, Kuwait and Dubai as part of the College's global engagement strategy.s
Over 40 Physiotherapy Alumni returned to RCSI on Thursday, 19th November for the first ever Physiotherapy Reunion.
On Thursday, 29th October, RCSI Development & Alumni Relations launched ‘In conversation with...' a new event series that showcases and celebrates RCSI Alumni who are making a difference worldwide.
59 Alumni from the Class of 1985 returned to RCSI and to Ireland for their 30th reunion from the 8th - 11th October.
On the 9th October, over 200 Alumni and guests attended 'And Spring Shall Come', a powerful new production by RCSI and Moya Doherty, which starred Love/Hate actor Aoibheann McGinnity.
Over the weekend of 4th October 2015, 48 Alumni and spouses from the Class of 1983 descended upon the city Boston and parked themselves in the Lenox Hotel to celebrate their 32nd anniversary since graduation.
282 RCSI alumni from around the world were welcomed back to RCSI for their reunion weekend, the Alumni Gathering, from the 27th-29th August.