Brain Gain to Brain Drain - Read about new RCSI research in today's Irish Times on Ireland's reliance on foreign doctors [ Irishtimes.com Link ]
Brain Gain to Brain Drain Read about new RCSI research in todays

Hospitals ‘too reliant’ on overseas doctors as graduates quit Ireland

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In this video, newly graduated RCSI School of Medicine Class of 2017 Valedictorian, Dr Sinead Spencer delivers the valedictory address to her fellow graduates.

275 future doctors from Ireland and all over the world donned caps and gowns to graduate from the RCSI School of Medicine on Wednesday 7th June. Medical degrees were presented to graduands at the annual conferring ceremony which took...
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In this video newly graduated RCSI School of Medicine Class of 2017

Dr Sinead Spencer delivers the Valedictorian Address at RCSI June Conferring 2017

In this video, newly graduated RCSI School of Medicine Class of 2017 Valedictorian, Dr Sinead Spencer delivers the valedictory address to her fellow graduate...

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06/06/2017, RCSI Conferring Dinner, 123 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin 2. (Picture: Lafayette Photography)
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Great article by 2nd Med RCSI student Ali Rifai about his older brother’s graduation from the College last week. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Great article by 2nd Med RCSI student Ali Rifai about his older

My Day at the RCSI Conferring Ceremony - Dublin International Foundation College

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07/06/2017, RCSI School of Medicine Conferring, Convention Centre, Dublin. (Picture: Lafayette Photography)
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"Do not be afraid to fail; it's all about turning those failures into your own successes"

Watch Dr Bennet Omalu's speech to the RCSI Class of 2017 in full here [ Youtu.be Link ]

Dr Omalu gave this speech after he received the 8th Honorary Doctorate of RCSI for his life's work and research into brain injury
"Do not be afraid to fail; it's all about turning those failures into your own successes"

Dr Bennet Omalu receives an Honorary Doctorate from RCSI & addresses the Medical Class of 2017

At RCSI’s Class of 2017 School of Medicine Conferring Ceremony, the 8th Honorary Doctorate of the College was awarded to Dr Bennet Omalu. Dr Omalu is a foren...

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Think back to the time you were in College. What were the moments that stood out?

We asked the School of Medicine Class of 2017, who graduated earlier this week.. ‍‍

▶Have a look at what they told us, reflecting on the end of their time at RCSI as students

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Think back to the time you were in College What were the moments that stood out

Looking Back at My Time at RCSI: School of Medicine Class of 2017 share some memories

Watch members of the RCSI School of Medicine Class of 2017 share some of their favourite memories of their time at the College. Looking back also offer some ...

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Congratulations to these 6 and to all 269 of the rest of the Class of 2017 who graduated at the RCSI School of Medicine Conferring Ceremony in the Convention Centre Dublin yesterday.

We are so proud of you all ‍‍
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Watch members of the RCSI School of Medicine Class of 2017 share some of their favourite memories of their time at the College.

Looking back they also offer some advice to their younger selves as first years, as they graduate from RCSI today ‍‍

Keep your peeled for some RCSI lecturers also share a few anecdotes about our latest graduates
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Ahead of tonight's #RCSIMyHealth talk, 'Knocking Concussion out of Sport', RTE's Des Cahill speaks to Dr Bennet Omalu about what CTE is and what viewers can expect to learn at tonight's lecture

Tune in this evening (Tuesday 6th June) from 6pm to to watch the talk live.

Des will facilitate the expert panel discussion after the talk
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We're ready for RCSI Conferring Week! ‍‍

Hands up if you’re excited for the Class of 2017 Graduation
We're ready for RCSI Conferring Week ‍‍
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Will concussion change the face of contact sport as we know it?

Watch the next #RCSIMyHealth lecture 'Knocking Concussion out of Sport' live on Tuesday 6th June where Dr Bennet Omalu, who’s work and research inspired the movie 'Concussion' starring Will Smith, will discuss this issue along with an expert panel of medics and former professional sportspeople.

Tune in live at 6pm on 06/06/2017 at
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Read this hard hitting interview with Dr Bennet Omalu in Irish Times Sport who speaks about how head injuries such as concussions will end sport as we know it

Dr Omalu will speak at next Tuesdays #RCSIMyHealth lecture and will receive an Honorary Doctorate of RCSI and address the graduating School of Medicine Class of 2017 on Wednesday

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Read this hard hitting interview with Dr Bennet Omalu in Irish Times

How head injuries will end sport as we know it

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The sun is shining, its a Bank Holiday weekend and its Conferring Week next week! ‍‍

More than 270 future doctors will graduate from the RCSI School of Medicine conferring ceremony and our postgraduate graduaunds will confer at the Higher Degree ceremony.

We're ready to welcome the #Classof2017, their friends and families to RCSI
The sun is shining its a Bank Holiday weekend and its Conferring Week next week ‍‍
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Relive Final-Med Results Day for the RCSI Class of 2017..

All in glorious 3⃣6⃣0⃣ degrees...

Take a look
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There's just one week to go until #RCSIMyHealth lecture on 'Knocking Concussion out of Sport'. Keynote talk will be by Dr Bennet Omalu who inspired the movie 'Concussion' starring Will Smith.

Watch live from 6pm on Tuesday 6th June at ▶

Expert panel discussion to follow will feature Ais 'The Bash' Daly (Retired MMA fighter), Bernard Jackman (former Ireland Rugby player), Prof John...
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Researchers from RCSI and Beaumont Hospital, have begun collecting samples from brain tumours for inclusion in Ireland’s first Brain Tumour Biobank.

This is the first biobank of its type in Ireland, one of only a small few that exist in Europe and will lead to better cancer research opportunities for the benefit of patients.

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Researchers from RCSI and Beaumont Hospital have begun collecting samples from brain
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Congratulations to the RCSI Tissue Engineering Research Group who won the ‘Research Laboratory of the Year' award at the annual Irish Laboratory Awards 2017 yesterday.

Well deserved ⚗

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Congratulations to the RCSI Tissue Engineering Research Group who won the Research
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Newborn infant girls have better outcomes than their male counterparts due to an innate genetic advantage in responding to acute infections, according to new research from RCSI. The study led by Professor Catherine Greene is published in the current edition of Pediatric Research.

Read the journal article at [ Nature.com Link ]
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