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Launch of the All-Ireland MS Research Network

By Mindo - 03rd Mar 2021 | 62 views

Pictured is Dr Claire McCoy, RCSI School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences and FutureNeuro, the SFI Research Centre for chronic and rare neurological disease, one of the founding investigators of the All-Ireland MS Research Network. Photo credit: Patrick Bolger

Researchers at the RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences, NUI Galway and Queen’s University Belfast have launched the All-Ireland MS Research Network. The network will be the largest collaboration of multiple sclerosis researchers across the island of Ireland. The network’s founding investigators are: Dr Claire McCoy, RCSI (pictured); Dr Una FitzGerald and Dr Jill McMahon, NUI Galway; and Prof Denise Fitzgerald, Dr Alerie Guzman de la Fuente, and Dr Yvonne Dombrowski, Queen’s University Belfast.

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