Research news

Dr Aideen Ryan
Date: 
19/09/2019

Researcher in Focus: Dr Aideen Ryan

As part of her Irish Cancer Society sponsored research, Aideen recently undertook a three-month research sabbatical at Prof Balkwill’s Laboratory, Bart’s Cancer Institute (BCI), Queen Mary University London.

Date: 
19/09/2019

Save the Date: The Irish Association of Cancer Research (IACR) Annual Conference 2020

The Irish Association of Cancer Research (IACR) Annual Conference 2020 – Now with dedicated sessions in biomedical and social, nursing, and allied health sciences

Tap water
Date: 
19/09/2019

Frequently Asked Question: Does Fluoride Cause Cancer?

In our "Research FAQs" series of articles, the Irish Cancer Society's Head of Research Dr Robert O'Connor explores some of the most frequently asked questions that our Research Team get asked by the general public.

Roisin Loftus
Date: 
19/09/2019

New Biomedical Fellow: Roisin Loftus

Roisin Loftus was recently awarded the Irish Cancer Society 2019 biomedical research fellowship to advance obesity-associated cancer research in Ireland.

Emma Byrne
Date: 
19/09/2019

New PhD Scholar: Emma Byrne

The Irish Cancer Society is pleased to announce that it has recently granted scholarship funding to Emma Byrne to complete a PhD at Dublin City University (DCU) to examine body image in cancer related lymphoedema.

Date: 
19/08/2019

‘We know what needs to be done,now let's do it' - Irish Cancer Society responds to National Cancer Survivorship Needs Assessment

Speaking at the launch of the National Cancer Survivorship Needs Assessment, Averil Power, Chief Executive of the Irish Cancer Society, welcomed its recommendations and called for the Government to quickly put them into action. She said:

Date: 
09/08/2019

Researcher in Focus: Mairéad Cooney

Mairéad is a clinical exercise physiologist with expertise in chronic illness rehabilitation.

Photo of Rebecca Sheridan
Date: 
09/08/2019

New Biomedical PhD Scholar - Rebecca Sheridan

The Irish Cancer Society is proud to announce that it has recently granted biomedical scholarship funding to Rebecca Sheridan, University College Dublin, for research into blood cancer.