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RCSI Innovation News & Events
In this workshop, Kieran will share insights from his journey as a PhD student to Founder and CEO of an Irish state-of-the art DNA sequencing technology company, GeneCell Bio. This workshop will be of interest to post-graduates students, post-doctoral researchers and faculty members interested in the research commercialisation, entrepreneurship and career pathways outside academia.
Prof Richard Reilly, director of the Trinity Centre for Bioengineering at Trinity College, Dublin and Prof Richard Costello, consultant physician in respiratory medicine at Beaumont Hospital, who have developed the Inca (Inhaler Compliance Assessment) device for people with respiratory disorders.
Welcome to the Autumn issue of the RCSI Innovation Newsletter, which brings you information on commercialisation and industry engagement activity at RCSI Innovation, including news and events, recent researcher success, training and funding opportunities.
Mohamad Alhasan and Mickhel Dookhantie represent RCSI at Launchbox 2016
World Sepsis Day highlights need for promising RCSI-led research for sepsis treatment
Innovation Training Workshop - Translating Impact and Value from Research. Intellectual Property and Industry Engagement Strategies
RCSI's Innovation team has won the Knowledge Transfer Initiative of the Year Impact Award at the national Knowledge Transfer Ireland Impact Awards 2016.
Professor Celine Marmion (Department of Pharmaceutical & Medicinal Chemistry) recently commenced an industry collaboration with Onxeo S.A., an innovative European company specializing in the development of orphan oncology therapeutics.
The research programme aims to explore bioimpedance science as a novel methodology for the early detection and monitoring of pressure ulcer development.
RCSI researchers Dr Leonie Young and Prof Arnold Hill awarded prestigious SFI-Pfizer Biotherapeutics Innovation Award
Dr Leonie Young and Prof Arnold Hill at RCSI were one of three research groups in Ireland to receive a prestigious SFI-Pfizer Biotherapeutics Innovation Award.
Innovation Quarterly Workshop - Industry Engagement and Research Commercialisation Opportunities with GSK - June 24th
Speaker: Dr. Malcolm Skingle - Director of Academic Liaison Worldwide Business Development GSK
Biomedical & Life Sciences Innovation Showcase
Innovation Quarterly Workshop - Spring 2016 - Building Industry Collaborations through the SFI Spoke Programme with INSIGHT Centre.
Innovation Quarterly Workshop Spring 2016 Insight Centre Collaborative Opportunities
New test to improve treatment for patients at risk of heart attack to be developed by Irish research consortium and BD
An Irish research consortium is embarking on a new project to make a test, which will lead to better treatment of cardiovascular disease, readily available to patients.
Irish start-up to seek venture capital funding after EU approves innovative regenerative product for market
A new bone regeneration product developed at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) has received the CE mark, certifying it for sale throughout the EU and clearing the way for a multimillion euro fundraising drive by the Irish business bringing it to market.
Launchbox Summer Residency Accelerator Programme
Innovation Workshop Cleveland Clinic and Enterprise Ireland Clinical Innovation Award and Introduction to Technology Transfer. Cleveland Clinic and Enterprise Ireland Clinical Innovation Award and Introduction to Technology Transfer
Trinity College Dublin and RCSI (Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland) have today signed an agreement to create a consortium that will allow the institutions to collaborate closely to more effectively exploit research outcomes linked to health and clinical expertise.
Enterprise Ireland Innovation Partnership Programme
Enterprise Ireland Commercialisation Funding Programmes