A study by RCSI scientists led by Professor Brian Harvey has discovered a gene that blocks the spread of colon cancer. The finding is an important breakthrough towards the development of better treatment and tests for colon cancer patients. The research is published this week in the prestigious journal PNAS [ Rcsi.ie Link ]
A study by RCSI scientists led by Professor Brian Harvey has discovered
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Another milestone was reached for the new RCSI building at No. 26 York Street this week with the hoarding being taken down around the new building.

Getting so close now!

Have a great Easter Weekend everyone
Another milestone was reached for the new RCSI building at No 26
Are you an RCSI Physiotherapy, Medicine or Pharmacy student?

Are you interested in learning more about the importance of educating patients on the benefits of exercise and physical activity?

Then you'll want to head on over to our Snapchat story and let RCSI students Nuala, Dare, Greg and David teach you all about RCSI's new Physical Activity and Health module on Moodle

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Are you an RCSI Physiotherapy Medicine or Pharmacy student
Cystic Fibrosis, Orkambi, Kalydeco, Asthma, Lung Cancer and COPD are all on the agenda for tonight's #RCSIMyHealth lecture "Why Does Lung Disease Have Ireland Fighting For Breath?".

Tune into from 6.30pm Irish Time to watch the lecture live
Cystic Fibrosis Orkambi Kalydeco Asthma Lung Cancer and COPD are all on

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Great morning in RCSI for the 2nd Annual RCSI International Citizenship Awards, recognising the importance of cultural and social skills for healthcare graduates in an increasingly globalised society and healthcare environment. This award programme encourages students to develop the attributes required to show healthcare leadership in the mixed cultural and social settings that will be the...
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Great morning in RCSI for the 2nd Annual RCSI International Citizenship Awards
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There's only a few spaces for tonight's free #RCSIMyHealth lecture "Why Does Lung Disease Have Ireland Fighting For Breath?" which is at RCSI on St Stephen's Green from 6.30pm tonight.

On the agenda for the session, led by Prof Gerry McElvaney, is Cystic Fibrosis, COPD, asthma and lung cancer, among many other lung conditions

Register your seat now at
Theres only a few spaces for tonights free RCSIMyHealth lecture Why Does
Prof Paul Gallagher, Head of RCSI’s School of Pharmacy and Philip Curtis, Associate Director of Admissions and Student Services at RCSI attended EDUEx 2017, Kuwait’s Largest International Education Exhibition last weekend.

At the exhibition they met with H.E. Dr Mohammad Abdulatif Mohammad Al Fares, the Minister of Education and Higher Education of Kuwait

Read more at [ Bit.ly Link ]
Prof Paul Gallagher Head of RCSIs School of Pharmacy and Philip Curtis
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Four year old Alfie Dardis from Stepaside was on hand with Professor Paul McNally, RCSI Associate Professor of Paediatrics & Consultant in Paediatric Respiratory and Sleep Medicine to help announce the first national paediatric Cystic Fibrosis research programme in Ireland between RCSI and the National Children’s Research Centre (NCRC).

Read more about this announcement here [ Bit.ly Link ]
Four year old Alfie Dardis from Stepaside was on hand with Professor
RCSI’s annual REACH Sports Day is always a great opportunity to get outdoors and active with children from two primary schools in our local community: St. Enda's Primary School, Whitefriar Street and Presentation Primary School, Warrenmount in Dublin

It’s also great to see our own students having fun with the young people as team leaders. Have a look at some photos from the day out here [...
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RCSIs annual REACH Sports Day is always a great opportunity to get
Missed International Night this year? Or do you want to relive this amazing RCSI student spectacle?

Take a look at our full album of photos and dont forget to tag yourself or your friends!

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The new Irish Centre for Vascular Biology will conduct cutting-edge research that will "lead to new treatments for vascular diseases such as thrombosis, stroke, haemophilia and cancer."

Read the full story of the opening of this centre, which is based at RCSI, here [ Bit.ly Link ]
The new Irish Centre for Vascular Biology will conduct cuttingedge research that
RCSI students wow audience in Dublin's Olympia Theatre as PIBS pick up International Night 2017 crown.

Once again another phenomenal International Night celebration. Well done to all students involved

Read about it and take a look at the photos here [ Bit.ly Link ]
RCSI students wow audience in Dublins Olympia Theatre as PIBS pick up
RCSI's new academic and education building at No. 26 York Street, Dublin will open to our students this Autumn.

This is where our future healthcare leaders will learn

Take a peek inside....
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Did you know an average of one in five people will die of lung disease in Ireland? We have the highest incidence of asthma in the world; lung cancer claims more lives here than any other cancer and among the highest rates of Cystic Fibrosis and COPD in the world. So why are these stats so high?

This will be the focus at the next RCSI MyHealth free public health lecture, “Why Does Lung Disease...
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Did you know an average of one in five people will die
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Rehearsals are underway for tonight's RCSI Annual International Night in the iconic Olympia Theatre. Follow us on Snapchat ("RCSIsnaps" or screnshot our code in the comments below) to follow rehearsals and tonight's event.

3rd year Pharmacy student Danya El Ghazel is taking over snaps for the day

For more info on International Night or to get a ticket, visit [ Bit.ly Link ]
New research from RCSI’s Department of General Practice and the Health Research Board Centre for Primary Care Research has shown that the inappropriate prescribing of medications from healthcare professionals is linked to the increased hospitalisation of older people in Ireland

Researchers call for better quality prescribing of medicine in primary care

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New research from RCSIs Department of General Practice and the Health Research
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Coming this Autumn...

This is where our future healthcare leaders will learn

Real progress made #26YorkStreet
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Planting 200 trees sounds like really tough work....

Not for 12 of our students, who volunteered their time recently to plant 200 new native trees in the College's grounds in Dardistown, as part of the RCSI Green Campus Initiative.

Pics and full story at [ Bit.ly Link ]

Well done all
Planting 200 trees sounds like really tough work
Happy St Patrick's Day to all of our students, Alumni, Fellows, Members, staff and Facebook friends regardless of where in the world you are ☘
Happy St Patricks Day to all of our students Alumni Fellows Members