Research Day 2018

We are pleased to invite abstracts for RCSI Research Day 2018 which will take place on Wednesday the 7th of March 2018.



(The abstract number you were given when you submitted has been changed, you will require the new number to hang your poster in the correct location)

About Research Day 

The annual RCSI Research Day is an in-house event that gives RCSI scientists the opportunity to present their most recent research findings and showcase the innovative research being carried out at RCSI. 

We encourage all RCSI early-stage investigators particularly Post-Doctoral Fellows, Post-Graduate and Undergraduate Scholars, as well as Academic Staff to actively participate in this important day by submitting abstracts and by attending the event.

John J Ryan Distinguished Guest Lecture

CMK27082015 REPRO FREE NO FEE Professor Fergus Shanahan, Director, and Dr Sally Cudmore, General Manager, of the APC Microbiome Institute launched in University College Cork on Friday 28th August. The APC in Cork is one of Science Foundation Ireland’s national research centres and since its foundation in 2003 it has made several seminal contributions to the field and ranked second in the world by Thomson Reuters for its area of science. UCC has recognised the importance and scale of the APC’s contribution to the microbiome field and the significance of its industry partnerships, with the designation of Institute status. The APC, formerly known as the Alimentary Pharmabiotic Centre, will now be named the APC Microbiome Institute. Picture Clare Keogh For Further Information Contact: Catherine Buckley PhD Communications and Outreach Manager APC Microbiome Institute BioSciences Institute University College Cork tel: 353 21 4903362 e-mail: web: and YouTube: Facebook: Twitter:

We are delighted to welcome Professor Fergus Shanahan, Director of the Alimentary Pharmabiotic Centre (APC) Microbiome Institute at University College Cork to speak at the RCSI Annual Research Day 2018 . The title of the talk he will be presenting is Translating Microbiome Science. For more information please see John J Ryan Distinguished Guest Lecture


Research Day 2018 Schedule

To be announced soon.


Prizes will be awarded across a number of categories for best oral and poster presentations. In addition, acknowledging the centrality of our educational research programmes, the Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences will award a poster prize for the best abstract and project in the broad category of Health Professions Education. Research Day 2017 Award Winners


Research Day 2018 Academic Co-Ordinator:
Professor Catherine Greene
Research Day 2018 Co-ordinator:
Christopher Byrne
Cathy O’Byrne

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