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NUI Galway has officially launched a new SFI Centre for Research Training in Genomics Data Science at a conference this week. The NUI Galway-led centre has received €13 million in funding from Science Foundation Ireland to train 115 PhD students over the next seven years in the analysis of big genomic data sets, enabling them to take up future high-skills careers across the range of genomics applications.
Chill Spa at the Ice House Hotel is hosting ‘Wellness for Cancer Care Day’ on Friday, October 20, between 2pm and 6pm. Wellness for Cancer Care will give current and recent cancer patients, along with their carers and family, a fun and pampering afternoon with masterclasses, expert talks, and information on how to care for the body, the skin, and of course in doing so, the mind, during or after cancer treatment. There will be delicious drinks and nibbles, a chance to mingle, and mini spa treatments. The small entrance fee of €10 per person will be donated to Mayo Pink Ribbon charity.
Two NUI Galway buildings have been shortlisted for major national awards in the Engineers Ireland Excellence Awards. The recently completed Mayo Medical Academy building is shortlisted for the Heritage and Conservation Award, while the Clinical and Translational Research Facility has been shortlisted for the prestigious title of Engineering Project of the Year, which will be decided by public vote.
At spirit one spa, the renowned day spa at Radisson Blu Hotel and Spa Galway, a thoughtful and innovative series of nurturing treatments for cancer patients called Touch Therapy is available, using effective products from the Lindi Skin line, developed specifically with the skincare needs of cancer clients in mind. This October, support Breast Cancer Awareness Month by gifting someone you love with a Touch Therapy treatment at spirit one spa, providing them with the glorious gift of a tranquil, relaxing and soothing experience.