The Irish Clinical Academic Training (ICAT) Programme is a unique all Ireland cross-institutional, comprehensive national programme for Clinician Scientists based at six major Irish universities and their affiliated hospital groups
The partner universities include Trinity College Dublin, University College Dublin, National University of Ireland, Galway, Queen’s University Belfast, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and University College Cork.
ICAT Study Day @RCSI_Irl closed with Prof. Richard Costello giving an entertaining account of his research, experience in building multi-disciplinary teams, advice on surrounding yourself with supportive people & paying it forward.
Thanks to all our excellent speakers today!
ICAT Study Day @RCSI_Irl - 2nd speaker @SiobhanGlavey who has recently joined the ICAT team. More excellent advice for fellows on how to get started & choose mentors, the importance of networking, leadership training & a typical week in her shoes!
Extremely proud to see our paper demonstrating the influence of past infection, age and frailty on vaccine responses in Nursing Home Residents published today in JAMDA - https://t.co/jRAiO9WDUy @SPKennelly @NollaigBourke @irishgerontsoc @TCDGerontology @ICATProgramme
Wow! 🥳 Fantastic to see the impact of our reseach on clotting abnormalities in #longcovid - ranking top of all articles in @JTHjournal in 2021 by @altmetric score! A great collaboration by the Irish COVID vasculopathy researchers @RCSIPharmBioMol @ICATProgramme @IrishCtrVascBio