News Archive

1
Nov

Software as Medical Device – Connected Health Workshop

Software as Medical Device – Connected Health Workshop “Factors to translate software in Healthcare Arena” Modern medical devices that incorporate software are gaining complexity, and as the connectivity to internet, cloud, and outside world increases, so does the regulatory ad security outside world increases, so does the regulatory ad security challenges. Regulatory bodies require medical device software researchers/organisations to provide objective

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1
Nov

Wellcome – HRB Irish Clinical Academic Training (ICAT) programme

Irish Clinical Academic Training (ICAT) programme is an exciting new all Ireland clinician PhD programme funded by Wellcome and the Health Research Board, HSE-NDTP; HSC R&D Division; and six Universities; TCD, UCD, NUIG, QUB, RCSI and UCC. The programme is coordinated by Molecular Medicine Ireland. Integrated with postgraduate medical training, ICAT will support 4 years of academic training at the

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1
Nov

We have moved

HRB CRCI and MMI have moved office. Our new address is 28 Upper Mount Street, Dublin 2. We look forward to welcoming you to our new offices soon. Please note all land line contact numbers for staff have changed. Should you wish to get in contact, please phone the reception on+ 353 (01) 6582 120.        

29
Sep

Expanding Ireland’s involvement in clinical trials

Expanding Ireland’s involvement in clinical trials More Irish people will have access to multi-centre clinical trials as a result of HRB Clinical Research Coordination Ireland. The hub will be central to building Ireland’s reputation as a preferred location to conduct clinical trials. HRB CRCI was officially launched by Minister of State for Health Promotion, Marcella Corcoran Kennedy on the 29th
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16
Sep

HRB CRCI OFFICIAL LAUNCH

HRB Clinical Research Coordination Ireland (HRB CRCI) are delighted to invite you to the official launch of the HRB CRCI.  HRB CRCI provides overarching support and coordination of multicentre clinical research activities to both academic and industry as well as standardising the quality systems used by the network partners. It is co-funded by the Health Research Board and Enterprise Ireland, supported

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