Lab news

19.11.2020

Congratulations to Sara and Ben on getting their work on ADAM22 published in BMC medicine. Very exciting.

02.11.2020

Congratulations to Prof Leonie Young and Prof Arnold Hill for securing funding from the SFI Frontiers for the Future Programme.

08.10.2020

A huge congratulations ,to @damirvareslija who has been awarded a five- year fellowship with @BreastCancerNow in partnership with @WalktheWalk to study metastatic breast cancer. A huge achievement and we couldn’t be prouder #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth

October 2020

Big congratulations to Stephen Keelan who secured a PhD studentship funding from IRC to pursue his PhD studies in EORG group!

18.08.2020

Big congratulations to Karen Crowley for successfully defending her thesis (virtually).

20.07.2020

08.08.2020

New collaborative paper from our group just published in Cancer Research.

04.03.2020

Congrats to Damir for winning the senior researcher poster prize at the IACR.

04.02.2020

World Cancer Day 2020

04.12.2019

27.11.2019

16.08.2020

Gordon Hormone Dependent Cancer Conference. Leonie Young has been made a co-chair for 2021 meeting and chair for the 2023. Very exciting.

08.08.2020

28.06.2019

01.08.2018

20.6.2018

Our lab is delighted that the study looking at breast cancer brain metastasis is accepted and available online. Congratulations to all involved.

22.3.2017

Freshly accepted paper by the lab now online in Clinical Cancer Research. Congratulations to lead author Elspeth Ward and the rest of the co-authors. Online first version of the paper:

http://clincancerres.aacrjournals.org/content/early/2018/03/22/1078-0432.CCR-17-2615

26.1.2017

New study from our lab published in Oncogene, led by freshly PhD’d Alacoque Browne on hormone-independent role of SRC-1 in breast cancer progression.

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41388-017-0042-x

18.1.2017

Another one bites the dust. Our second successful viva in as many weeks.

Congratulations to  Elspeth Ward on becoming Dr. Elspeth Ward.

11.1.2017.

Big congratulations to Dr. Alacoque Browne on successfully defending her viva. Celebrations all around.

Upcoming 2020 Dublin Steroid Cancer Conference

Important notice.

The date of the conference has been moved to 2021 due to Covid-19. Dublin Steroid Cancer Meeting is an independently organised biennial cancer research event taking place in Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin on the 6the and 7th of May 2021. The inaugural meeting took place September 2016.

Registration will open early spring 2021. To register please submit your details and an abstract to be considered for a poster or short talk presentation to dublincancerconference@gmail.com