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NUI Galway’s School of Nursing and Midwifery is running a free public lecture on Ebola: how it spreads, how it affects the human body, and how the outbreak can be contained.
Three leading figures in literature, music, education, and the arts have received honorary degrees from NUI Galway this week in recognition of their contribution to the arts in Galway.
Six students and lecturers from NUI Galway have been awarded Fulbright Scholarships to continue their work in the United Staters.
NUI Galway will make history when it becomes the first university in Ireland to provide postgraduate training to master’s level (MSc) in the prevention of heart disease.
“THE WEST Ocean String quartet dazzles in its renaissance-like ability to inhabit multiple worlds simultaneously...fording rivers that don’t even appear on most musicians’ maps.”
MARTIN DYAR, the award winning poet, playwright, actor, singer, and songwriter, launches his debut poetry collection in Galway this weekend.
The role of centres of excellence in treating cancer will feature during Ireland’s largest surgical conference to be held at NUI, Galway next month. Over 300 delegates are expected to attend the 37th Sir Peter Freyer Memorial Lecture and Surgical Symposium which takes place from 7- 8 September.
A lecturer at NUI Galway’s School of Medicine has been awarded a €3 million grant to head up a major research project into migrant health.
NUI Galway was among the award winners at the recent Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland Annual Doctor Awards in Dublin. Andrew Murphy, Professor of General Practice at NUI Galway, and his SPHERE team were awarded both the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland Award for Best General Practice Paper, and the overall Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland Award for Best Research Paper published by an Irish doctor in 2011.
Fifteen NUI Galway School of Medicine research students were recently awarded Summer Student Scholarships by the Health Research Board (HRB). The aim of the HRB Summer Student Scholarships is to encourage an interest in health research and to give students an opportunity to become familiar with the research process, research techniques and methodologies through conducting a summer project. The students will be supervised by academic and clinical staff at NUI Galway and Galway University Hospital and at the School Affiliated teaching Academies.