News Archive

29
Mar

International Clinical Trials Day Launch – 13th May 2019

International Clinical Trials Day on May 20th is fast approaching and again this year HRB CRCI will launch the weeks activities from around the country with our International Clinical Trial Day event on May 13th in The Round Room, Mansion House, Dawson Street, Dublin 2.  This is the 3rd consecutive year of the conference which aims to showcase events and

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22
Mar

Irish Health Research Forum – GDPR Follow-up Event

The Irish Health Research Forum (IHRF) will host a half-day event with the theme : GDPR and the Health Research Regulations – Finding a Way Forward 16th May 2019, 9.00 am to 1.00 pm The Wood Quay Venue Dublin City Council Civic Offices Wood Quay, Dublin 8 This event is a follow-up to the successful ‘Stakeholders Voices’ event held in

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13
Mar

HRB Emerging Clinician Scientist Awards 2020

HRB ECSA 2020 The Health Research Board is investing €5 million to build research capacity among health and care practitioners over the next five years. The Emerging Clinician Scientist Award is designed give people the opportunity to take the first step on an independent research career path. The call for applications, is now open and targets health and care practitioners

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8
Mar

Quality and Regulatory Affairs Officer Position at Children’s Clinical Research Unit

Exciting new job opportunity at the Children’s Clinical Research Unit (CCRU) The National Children’s Research Centre (NCRC) is seeking to appoint an experienced quality and regulatory affairs professional to the role of Quality and Regulatory Affairs Officer. This is a new role in the Children’s Clinical Research Unit and is an exciting and challenging opportunity for a highly motivated individual

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5
Mar

HRB launch new call for Research Leaders in health

Research Leader Awards 2020 The Health Research Board funded Research Leader Award scheme aims to develop a cohort of people who will lead the generation of new evidence that will drive changes in people’s health, clinical practice, health care delivery and policy. It targets people in an academic setting who have a strong track record as investigators in their area

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