Impact & Opinions | Tionchar & Tuairimí

Future Trials

Future Trials

21 April 23
3 May 2023
, 4:00 pm
Would you like to learn more about the future of clinical trials? Join University of Galway President, Prof Ciarán Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh at Bank of Ireland NYC Hub, New York City, for a panel discussion, moderated by Dr Geraldine McGinty of Weill Cornell Medicine.

Connect with others in your industry or alumni network, and gain insights into the latest developments at the University’s new Clinical Trials Institute.

This new institute will transform the clinical trials landscape in the West of Ireland by creating opportunities to evaluate cutting-edge clinical treatments, medical diagnostics and preventative therapies.

Places are limited; register today.

Bank of Ireland NYC Hub, 2 Grand Central Tower,
140 E 45th Street, New York, NY 10017

0 / 5. Vote count: 0

Discover More
SDG Champion

Aligning our Research with Sustainable Development Goals

In today’s hyper developed and interconnected world, we see isolated actions give rise to global repercussions like never before. As a framework for addressing global issues, the UN Sustainable Development Goals are a call to action for universities to consider the wider impact of their research. Here VP for Research & Innovation, Prof James Livesey explains how the SDGs have inspired a new approach to research strategy and prioritisation.

SDG Champion

In Conversation: Dorothy Creaven, Rent the Runway

Since its 2009 launch, Rent the Runway has made headlines as a sustainable alternative to fast fashion, and more recently as the first female-founded company with a female CEO, COO and CFO to go public. Rent the Runway’s e-commerce service allows users to rent clothes from 800+ designers, disrupting a trillion-dollar fashion sector. At its European HQ in the heart of Galway City, University of Galway alum Dorothy Creaven is transforming the company’s digital infrastructure as VP and Managing Director. We sat down with Dorothy to discuss the impact of her work in building a sustainable future for fashion.
SDG Champion

The Real-World Effects of Cyberbullying

Easy access to virtual social space has seen young people face dangers of cyberbullying, sextortion and online victimisation. Many primary schools have taken steps to ban smartphones on school grounds, following the launch of government guidelines on restrictions of smartphone use among young people. According to Assistant Professor of Psychology, Dr Mairéad Foody, research is key in informing quality prevention and intervention among schools, parents and guardians.

Keep up to date on the latest from us straight to your inbox

Privacy policy