The second cycle of the ICAT Progamme has been awarded core funding by the Health Research Board. ICAT is now open to trainees in all disciplines of medicine, surgery, dentistry and veterinary medicine.
The next application call for fellowships starting in 2023 will open during the summer of 2022.
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.
Meet our @ICATProgramme PhD Researcher, Dr Katie Ridge @ridgek, prize winner at the @tcddublin Health Sciences Research Blitz, who is researching Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria & Angioedema
@stjamesdublin @PfallonL @ClionaOfarrelly @tcdTBSI
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Always a privilege to promote our research on the radio and the huge importance of blood donation @RCSIPharmBioMol @IrishCtrVascBio @ICATProgramme @Giveblood_ie #minority ethnic blood donors #sicklecell disease🩸🇮🇪
Thrilled to see our research to enhance inclusion of #minority ethnic blood donors and treatment of #sicklecelldisease in Ireland published in @BloodT_journal 🩸🇮🇪
@Giveblood_ie @ICATProgramme @IrishCtrVascBio https://t.co/n4hRfol6v0
Delighted to have the SPINDLE study protocol published in
for continued support, here’s to many more publications from the PhD!
#atopicdermatitis #paediatric #dermatology #sleep
Absolutely thrilled to see our paper exploring the association between #UVB & #ANCA Vasculitis published. A fruitful multi-national collaboration between @THKC1 @ukivas & KNMI. Thanks to @ICATProgramme for endless support! @EnockBugaye @linazgaga. https://t.co/7OjVChvgl5