National University of Ireland (NUI), Galway

National University of Ireland (NUI), Galway

Established in 1845, National University of Ireland (NUI), Galway is one of Ireland's foremost centres of academic excellence. NUI Galway has a distinguished reputation for teaching and research excellence in the fields of arts, social science, and celtic studies; business, public policy and law; engineering and informatics; medicine, nursing and health sciences; and science.

NUI Galway is a research-led University with internationally recognized expertise in selected priority areas. Much of our research is translational; we have developed excellent research and development collaborations with national and multi-national industry partners. Research at NUI Galway is forward-thinking and global in scale. Today we are leading the field in a wide range of areas including stem cell and gene therapy research, human rights law, environmental change, and developing the next generation of internet technology.

The University has identified and prioritised a set of cross‐disciplinary research themes, building on our research achievements to date, and is focusing its resources and efforts on these themes through targeted recruitment and resource allocation, and the establishment of a number of specialised research institutes and centres. The five thematic research priorities of the University currently are: i. Biomedical Science and Engineering; ii. Informatics, Physical and Computational Sciences; iii. Environment, Marine and Energy; iv. Applied Social Sciences and Public Policy; v. Humanities in Context

The ToPCaP team at NUIG consist of clinicians, scientists and pathologists working in the field of prostate cancer.

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