practice in Ireland, in particular the National Cancer Control Programme and hospital
networks. The event culminated with the 35th Millin Lecture delivered by Professor J. Calvin
Coffey entitled `Surgical Anatomy and Anatomic Surgery'.
primary school children took part in the RCSI `Come to your Senses' workshops which used
the theme of the five human senses to encourage students to develop an interest in the
science of the human body and the environment in which they live.
undergraduate awards - Medical Sciences Category for innovative undergraduate research
carried out during her final year at RCSI.
with undergraduate degrees and postgraduate awards.
graduating in Quality and Safety in Healthcare Management and Healthcare Management.
A Noble Cause', highlighted RCSI's worldwide social responsibility efforts.
used within RCSI as part of its research, teaching and learning, was open free of charge to
the public as part of the Dublin City of Science Festival.
At the december postgraduate conferring ceremony, more than 140 healthcare
professionals were conferred with postgraduate including Fellowships and Memberships
of RCSI, Fellowships of the Faculties of Radiologists, Dentistry and Nursing and Midwifery.
The Sir Walter Mercer Medal was awarded to Mr. Ruairi MacNiocaill at the ceremony for his
outstanding performance in the November Intercollegiate Specialty Exam in Trauma and
for Synthesis and Chemical Biology (CSCB) symposium describing current research at the
interface between chemistry and biology.
Tom Gorey, Council Member; Professor
Monica Morrow, Memorial Sloan Kettering
Cancer Centre, who was conferred with an
Honorary Fellowship; and Professor Paddy
Sherlock, Support Award Winner and Dr
Maria Morgan, Academic Award Winner.
which took place as part of Science Week
and the RDS Science Live Demonstration
Lecture programme, used the theme of the
five human senses to help encourage primary
school students to develop an interest in the
science behind the human senses and the
environment in which they live.
and overall winner of the 2012 Undergraduate
Awards - Medical Sciences Category (right),
with her co-supervisor Dr Garry Duffy, Lecturer