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Mental health services in ‘crisis’, claims local councillor

Mental health services in the west are being stretched to the limit in the wake of swingeing health cuts imposed by the HSE.

NUI Galway wins 28 National University Awards

NUI Galway graduates and students have received 28 of the 101 NUI Awards presented last week. The national awards are granted by the National Universities of Ireland annually.

Boost of almost €10 million for regenerative medicine research

In a major boost for regenerative medicine research in Ireland, Minister for Enterprise, Trade, and Innovation, Batt O’Keeffe announced this week the funding of almost €10 million for the Regenerative Medicine Institute (REMEDI) at NUI Galway.

Mayo students win health scholarship

Two third-level Mayo students have been awarded Summer Student Scholarships by the Health Research Board (HRB).

New €7.5m clinical research facility will allow cutting edge trials

Professor Larry Egan, Interim Director of the Health Research Board (HRB) Clinical Research Facility, Galway has welcomed the announcement that €7.5m in capital funding is being provided for the construction of a new Clinical Research Facility on the grounds of University Hospital Galway.

New €7.5m clinical research facility will allow cutting edge trials

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Professor Larry Egan, Interim Director of the Health Research Board (HRB) Clinical Research Facility, Galway has welcomed the announcement that €7.5m in capital funding is being provided for the construction of a new Clinical Research Facility on the grounds of University Hospital Galway.

Scholars to conduct research on chronic pain at NUIG

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Leading researchers in pain medicine and health economics at the Centre for Pain Research, NUI Galway, are to supervise two Health Research Board-funded summer scholars in projects on chronic pain.

Research breakthrough could transform face of breast cancer care

A breakthrough by NUI Galway based researchers could transform the face of breast cancer care.

Chronic pain affects one in three people, reveals NUI Galway study

NUI Galway researchers have described chronic pain as a “silent epidemic” in this country, having found that one in three people suffer from the condition.

Diabetes information booklet launched

An information booklet on the management of diabetes in pregnancy aims to promote high quality care and service to women with the condition to ensure the outcome for mother and baby matches that of non-diabetic women.

 

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