The UCD Centre for Arthritis Research and The Patient Voice in Arthritis Research are hosting the Second Annual Collaborative Approach to Arthritis & Rheumatic Disease Research Conference on November 1st (11am-4pm) at the St Andrew Resource Centre, Westland Row, Pearse St, Dublin 2.
At the conference, National Children’s Research Centre (NCRC) funded Principal Investigator Prof. Gerry Wilson will be presenting a talk entitled “Transitioning from traditional to precision & personalised medicine”. NCRC supported postdoctoral researcher Dr. Niamh Morgan will be presenting a talk entitled “Understanding the biology of a rare autoinflammtory disease”.
The conference aims to boost inter-disciplinary research and to increase collaboration between the public and researchers. The event is open to all (researchers and the general public). This year’s theme is Transitions; Paediatric to adult services, un-diagnosed to diagnosed, and work to retirement. There will also be a workshop on establishing the arthritis and rheumatic disease research priorities for Arthritis Ireland.
You can register your attendance through the following link. The full programme is available here.