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.
Delighted to have worked on this lovely project on Early Onset GI cancer with the amazing Prof Lowery and @LochrinSarah, and have our poster at #GI23! @CancerInstIRE @stjamesdublin @TCDTMI @ICATProgramme
Putting on University of Galway colours for today to share our poster (4603) on TRAIL engineered NK cells with enhanced innate anti-leukemic activity in #AML, at #ASH2022 @MichaelodwyerMD @EvaSzegezdi @margaret_twohig @Eim_OReilly @OnkTherapeutics @ICATProgramme @CancerUniGalway
Huge congrats to @_sarahkelliher on receiving this prestigious award in support of the #EMPRESS study - looking forward to seeing results of stanford university collaboration with @anandi_krishnan! @ICATProgramme @ConwaySPHERE @UCDMedicine @fniainle @isth https://t.co/424ttrOTp0
Next up on the Sunday poster session is our @ICATProgramme MD-PhD pro Graeme. Graeme couldn’t make it to New Orleans but his poster is here and ready to go, not to be missed is his work on UBASH3B and it’s impact in JAK V617F+ve MPN. Great work Graeme 👏🏼 #ASH22 #ASHkudos
Delighted to present at the Global Urticaria Forum in Berlin.A HUGE thanks to @HelenFogarty14 & @DearbhDoherty for collaborating on this project.Our findings describe endothelial dysfunction in CSU. ICAT collabs!@UCARE_4U #GUF2022 @npc909 @ClionaOfarrelly @tcdflow @ICATProgramme