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New dawn for clinical research at Wexford

By Mindo - 03rd May 2019 | 39 views

At the Ireland East Hospital Group & University College Dublin Clinical Academic Reserch Directorate Launch in Wexford General Hospital on Monday morning were Professor Andrew Deeks, President University College Dublin, Lily Byrnes, General Manager Wexford General Hospital. Mary Day, CEO Ireland East Hospital Group, Professor Peter Doran , UCD Clinical Research Centre & IEHG Clinical Academic Research Directorate.
Pictured at the launch of the University College Dublin (UCD) clinical research centre at Wexford General Hospital are (L-R): Prof Andrew Deeks, President, UCD; Ms Lily Byrnes, General Manager, Wexford General Hospital; Ms Mary Day, CEO, Ireland East Hospital Group (IEHG); and Prof Peter Doran, Director of Clinical Research, UCD.The new centre will link to research facilities and supports provided by the UCD School of Medicine and to wider studies carried out in the IEHG. UCD opened clinical research centres at the Mater
Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin and St Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin in 2006. Since then, it has undertaken over 200 studies and 130 clinical trials with patients who have various conditions, including end-stage kidney disease, pulmonary fibrosis and cancer.

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