Precision Oncology Ireland is a consortium of 5 Irish Universities, 6 Irish Cancer Research Charities, and 9 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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Invisible Spectrum - Breaking down barriers to STEM participation in Ireland

Dr. Fiona Lanigan recounts the successful ’Invisible Spectrum’ programme run by POI for Science Foundation Ireland Science Week 2020.

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Launch of a new EU-funded training programme, ‘DevelopMed’

€1.32 million in EU funding to support training the next generation of research leaders in precision oncology, within the MSCA COFUND Programme, ‘DevelopMed’

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Making public and patient involvement in research a reality in Precision Oncology Ireland

Since the launch of Precision Oncology Ireland, we have always strived to involve cancer patients and their families in our research as much as possible. However, implementing public and patient involvement (PPI) in research at a practical level is not without its challenges.

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