Celebrating Physiology in Dublin

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Trinity College Dublin invite you to Celebrating Physiology in Dublin, an in-person event to celebrate the important role of physiology and physiologists, and connect with colleagues at our networking drinks reception, held at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.

The event takes place on Thu 23 Jun 2022 from 14:30 – 18:00.

Register here.

Celebrating Physiology in Dublin

Celebrating Physiology in Dublin is an afternoon of talks and discussions to celebrate the important role of physiology and physiologists. The event will also be honouring and demonstrating the legacy of the outstanding physiologist, Gerald Francis Yeo.

Attend this free event and learn more about The Physiological Society and how it can support your career progression and network with your community of Dublin-based physiologists.

Hear from President of The Physiological Society, Professor David Paterson, as well as Chief Executive, Dariel Burdass about how you can get involved with our community of physiologists.

There will be an afternoon of talks, followed by a networking drinks reception where you can connect with your network of Dublin-based physiologists.

Speakers & Talks

Professor Mark Cunningham, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Talk title: Gerald F. Yeo: From experimental physiology to functional neurological mapping – a legacy

Dr Niamh Connolly, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin, Ireland
Talk title: Utilising systems modelling to investigate bioenergetic dysfunction in neurodegeneration

Dr Michelle Roche, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland.
Talk title: Autism Spectrum Disorder: is a dysfunctional (endo)cannabinoid system to blame?

Dr Maria Rodriguez Aburto, University College Cork, Ireland
Talk title: Deciphering the role of early life microbiota in neuro-glia-vascular development


Sports And Exercise Medicine (M.Sc.) at TCD


The aim of this M.Sc. course is to allow participants further their career progression in musculoskeletal and sports and exercise medicine by enhancing basic background knowledge in anatomy, exercise physiology, sports and exercise science; and, in addition develop high quality practical and critical thinking skills in musculoskeletal assessment, rehabilitation, exercise testing and training prescription in health and disease.

Students will achieve this through a tiered process starting in Semester 1 with three basic science modules in Anatomy, Exercise Physiology; and Research Methods.  In the second semester the focus shifts to clinical aspects of sports and exercise medicine, such as; musculoskeletal assessment skills, rehabilitation protocols; aspects of team and individual athlete care within different sports; and physical activity and population health.

Closing Date: 30th June 2022

Learn more here



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