Precision Oncology Ireland

The National Breast Cancer Research Institute is a charity partner of Precision Oncology Ireland, a consortium of five Irish Universities, six cancer charities, and ten industry partners, who aim to develop new diagnostics and therapeutics for personalised cancer treatment. The consortium is co-funded by Science Foundation Ireland under their Strategic Partnership Programme.

Professor Michael Kerin and Dr Roisin Dwyer are principal investigators in the NBCRI co-funded programmes in Precision Oncology Ireland.
To learn more about our work with Precision Oncology Ireland, read our researchers’ blogs below.

News and Blogs from our Precision Oncology Ireland team

"Why are you doing a PhD?"

Blog by PhD researcher, Brandon Sugrue

Investigating targeted treatments for cancer

Silicon Republic interview principal investigator Dr Roisin Dwyer

The multiple possibilities of small microRNAs in breast cancer

Blog by postdoctoral scientist, Dr Vinitha Richard

Doing a PhD during a global pandemic

Blog by PhD researcher, Elan McCarthy

Precision Oncology Ireland Research Open House

World Cancer Research Day September 2022: Dr Roisin Dwyer hosted a public research event on behalf of Precision Oncology Ireland and the National Breast Cancer Research Institute. Members of the public were invited to visit the Lambe Institute, meet the researchers and hear about the work going on.