SSPC will be hosting a panel discussion for the upcoming Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival on the renewed focus on medicine and healthcare, but how will things change moving forward after the impact of Covid-19.
Date: Monday, May 24, 2021, from -6-7pm.
Register here: https://www.limerick.ie/discover/whats-on/future-medicine
Join SSPC researchers and experts, Jack O’Callaghan and Mariana Hugo De Silva, University of Limerick. Lena Kadri, Jay Yadav, Sean McKenna & ShiZhe(Tony) Shao, Trinity College Dublin. Brian Kerins & Vinay Kumar, University College Cork, who will be able to offer insights in the field of medicine to discuss and answer your questions.
The Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival, now in its eleventh year, will take place from Monday 24th to Sunday 30th May 2021. Building on the success of the first virtual festival in 2020, we are now planning an exciting line up of FREE events for you to enjoy.
This year’s theme is New Futures, New Adventures in Learning. The festival provides a timely opportunity to reflect on the many contexts in which we are learning; in the home, with friends and neighbours, in formal educational settings, in the workplace etc, as well as exploring new ways and opportunities for learning.
SSPC, the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Research Centre for Pharmaceuticals, is a hub of Irish research expertise developing innovative technologies to address key challenges facing the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industry. The aim of SSPC is to deliver industry-relevant technical solutions, which result in job growth and retention within this sector in Ireland and grow the skills base of qualified scientists and engineers. SSPC works with nine higher-education institutes (HEIs) including Trinity College Dublin, University College Dublin, Dublin City University, University College Cork, NUI Galway, Maynooth University, Royal College of Surgeons, WIT and its host University of Limerick.