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Castlebar native Rear Admiral Mark Mellett was announced this week as the new Chief of Staff of the Defence Forces.
A law and philosophy graduate from Doocastle has been elected to the most prominent role in student politics in Ireland.
A vascular surgical device developed by a local GP (and participant in NUI Galway’s BioInnovate programme) that makes it easier for doctors to access the body during vascular surgery has won the Clinical Innovation Award 2014. As a result, Dr Cliona Murphy will work with Cleveland Clinic to develop improved outcomes from vascular surgery. Dr Murphy, a General Practitioner and current participant in the BioInnovate programme in National University of Ireland Galway, collaborated with colleagues to identify a technology that will make it easier for doctors to access the body during vascular surgery, and potentially improve outcomes for patients as a result.
A lecture on the theme of women in peace, delivered by former president of Ireland and world renowned social campaigner, Mary Robinson, is to be beamed live from South Africa to her native Ballina on Tuesday.
One hundred and twenty five jobs to be created in construction of €20m NUI Galway Clinical & Translational Research Facility
Work has begun on NUI Galway’s €20m Clinical Research Facility and Translational Research Facility (CRF-TRF). The contract to construct the four-storey building (gross floor area 5,345m?) has been awarded to BAM Building Ltd. The construction period is anticipated to be 16 months and will create 125 construction jobs at its peak.
Full Health Medical, founded and owned by Ballintubber based Paul McCarthy and Dr Ann Shortt, was named the best emerging company at the Connacht and Leinster final of the 2012 InterTradeIreland Seedcorn all-island business competition.
Two Galway companies, Full Health Medical and Algae Health were named the Best Emerging and the Best High Growth companies respectively in the Connacht and Leinster final of the 2012 InterTradeIreland Seedcorn all-island business competition.
The Midlands region of the IACP (Irish Association of Counsellors/Psychotherapists) are holding a workshop on complicated grief in the Tuar Ard Centre, Moate, on October 20, facilitated by Dr Helen Grealley.
Jim Murren, Former IDA Regional Manager, West Region, has been appointed Chairman of Specialised Sterile Environments SSE.
Researchers in NUI Galway have this week announced a breakthrough in the fight against the degenerative neurological disorder Huntington’s disease. A team at the university’s Centre for Chromosome Biology has discovered experimental drugs which could be developed as a way to slow the progress of the condition.