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Gabriel Weston is a woman of many professional pursuits, between being a practicing surgeon, an accomplished writer, and a BBC presenter.
Research carried out at NUI Galway may advance the quest for new therapeutic approaches to the treatment of pain.
Almost five years following a disastrous fire, Ireland’s unique Irish theatre An Taibhdhearc, situated in the very heart of the city, has opened its doors again. Perhaps the fire may have been a blessing in disguise. The theatre has reopened in a confident mood. Its distinctive new signage makes its mark, especially on dark winter evenings; and its facilities have been up-dated both for the audience and actors. Yet it has retained its remembered intimacy, and sense of Irishness. Micheál MacLiammóir’s golden Celtic peacocks, on the black fire-curtain, proudly remain as rampant as ever!
Dr Mary Colbert and her team at Forster Court Dental were the first dental practice to introduce facial aesthetics to Galway and the west of Ireland. In the past few months, the practice has unveiled the latest modern, progressive, treatments including mesotherapy, and more recently protein rich growth factor, or PRGF Endoret.
A Loughrea man is the new president of the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland, the pharmacy regulator.
Scientists at the Regenerative Medicine Institute (REMEDI) in NUI Galway have teamed up with the TCD autism research group to discover how stem cell technology can help further the understanding of autism and perhaps lead to the development of better treatments.
Women across Ireland are no longer prepared to sit back and allow wrinkles and lines take over. Non-surgical procedures like Botox and fillers have become unremarkable, and at Therapie Clinic Galway, women can make an appointment for these procedures.
The stigma associated with sexually transmitted infections (STI) is the main barrier preventing young people from seeking tests for the conditions, according to new research.
Mc Hale Park in Castlebar was host to the third annual Management Pitchside Emergencies Course last weekend.
An internationally renowned English surgeon will deliver the memorial lecture at Ireland’s largest surgical conference to be hosted by NUI Galway from September 2 to 3.