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Presentation of award to Dr. Hugh Kearney following completion of Neuropathology Fellowship

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The Neuropathology / Neuromolecular Fellowship was established by Professor Francesca Brett with the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland. The Irish Institute of Clinical Neuroscience supports this excellent initiative. The aim of the Fellowship is to encourage neuroscientists in training to enhance their understanding and experience by spending an elective in the department of neuropathology at Beaumont Hospital. Dr. Hugh Kearney was the first Fellow of this prestigious new elective programme, working with Professor Brett and her colleagues Dr. Cryan and Dr. Beausang. In recognition of Dr. Kearney’s success and the impact of his publications from his Fellowship in Neuropathology, he was presented with a plaque by Professor Brett.

The future potential of this elective programme to contribute to knowledge and experience for clinical neuroscientists in Ireland is immense.

Applications are invited by the RCPI from senior trainees in clinical neuroscience (Post CSCST) for the Neuropathology/ Neuromulecular Fellowship each year. For informal enquiries, interested applicants should contact Professor Francesca Brett, Dr. Jane Cryan or Dr. Alan Beausang at the Department of Neuropathology, Beaumont Hospital, Beaumont Road, Dublin 9.


Professor Francesca Brett, Consultant Neuropathologist, Beaumont Hospital Dublin, with Dr. Hugh Kearney, Fellowship Grant recipient and Dr. Brian Herron, Consultant Neuropathologist, Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast

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