Precision Oncology Ireland is a consortium of 5 Irish Universities, 6 Irish Cancer Research Charities, and 7 international companies aiming to develop new diagnostics and therapeutics for personalised cancer treatment. The Consortium is part-funded by Science Foundation Ireland under their Strategic Partnership Programme and is co-ordinated by Systems Biology Ireland. Read more >

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POI researchers successful in SFI Frontiers for the Future funding awards

On 10th May 2022, Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris TD, announced 76 grants valued at €53.7 million to support frontiers research across ten Higher Education Institutions through Science Foundation Ireland (SFI).

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Galway research community gathers to celebrate the journey of POI researcher Prof. Afshin Samali from refugee to cancer research scientist

In 1985, Afshin Samali arrived into Ireland as a refugee, having fled his home country of Iran, and knowing little about this small island nation on the western edge of Europe that would become his home. He would go on to become a Professor in NUI Galway, and a leading cancer biologist with a successful research career spanning over 30 years.

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Gene therapy in cancer treatment: how nanomaterials solve delivery issues

POI postdoctoral fellow Dr. Anna Bogdanska discusses her research into nanomedicine and gene therapy to treat ovarian cancer

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