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PubhD Dublin 24: Lung Cancer, Irish Genetics & Samhain

Our 24th event will take place on the 1st November at 7:00 pm upstairs in Doyle’s Bar (9 College St, Dublin 2, Dublin) near Trinity College Dublin. Martin Barr is a Clinical Scientist in the Thoracic Oncology Research Group, Institute of Molecular Medicine, St James’s Hospital & is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Trinity College Read more about PubhD Dublin 24: Lung Cancer, Irish Genetics & Samhain[…]

PubhD Dublin 23: Decisions, Integration, & Muscle Metabolism

Our 23rd event will take place on the 4th October at 7:00 pm in The Pavilion Bar’s balcony in Trinity College Dublin, with two guests presenting their research in 10 minutes. So who is speaking? Niamh Clarke graduated with a B.Sc. (Hons) in Nutraceuticals in Health and Nutrition from DIT in 2012. Upon completion of Read more about PubhD Dublin 23: Decisions, Integration, & Muscle Metabolism[…]

PubhD #22: Brain Hijacking, Nanomedicine & English Literature

PubhD 22 – Our 22nd PubhD Dublin event will take place on the 6th September at 7:00 pm in the Pavilion in Trinity College Dublin, with three more guests presenting their research for 10 minutes each followed by a Q&A after each presentation. All are welcome to come and enjoy interesting talks and pints! So Read more about PubhD #22: Brain Hijacking, Nanomedicine & English Literature[…]

PubhD 21: Ancient Empires, Bio Drugs & Medieval Ireland

PubhD 21 – Our 21st PubhD Dublin event will take place on the 2nd August at 7:00 pm in The Pavilion Bar’s balcony in Trinity College Dublin, with three more guests presenting their research for 10 minutes each followed by a Q&A after each presentation. All are welcome to come and enjoy interesting talks and pints! Read more about PubhD 21: Ancient Empires, Bio Drugs & Medieval Ireland[…]

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PubhD is a monthly, free event that brings together PhD students from every Dublin college across a range of disciplines to share their work in ten-minute presentations, with an additional 20 minutes for friendly questions and answers. Masters, undergraduates and general public usually join too because it’s good fun. It was established by researchers in Read more about About Us[…]