Our research fellow Dr Alyson Murray has recently returned from the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) meeting in Chicago. ASCO brings together over 35,000 oncology specialists from over 100 countries and provides a platform to communicate the latest research and treatment advances in oncology.
A wonderful day was had at St Brigid’s NS Glasnevin recently. 6th class students put their entrepreneurial skills into practice and raised funds for Cancer Research.
A BIG Thank You to all the young entrepreneurs from St. Thomas the Apostle N.S., Rosegreen, Cashel, Co. Tipperary on their Daffodil Project.
Super time was had by all at The Caroline Foundation Style & Image Evening in Druid’s Glen Resort Hotel on Friday 8th April, the perfect venue to showcase some fabulous ensembles from some of the best local boutiques.
Dr. Alyson Murray obtained her PhD in Infection Biology from University College Dublin in 2013. She then began her career in cancer biology when she commenced her postdoctoral research in the lab of Professor Joe Duffy in St. Vincent’s Hospital, Dublin.
A therapy that retrains the body’s immune system to fight cancer has provoked excitement after more than 90% of terminally ill patients reportedly went into remission.
Wicklow Montessori Primary School launching The Caroline Foundation 2016 Awareness Ribbon Day- marking World Cancer Day on 04 February!
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The Wicklow Patchwork Group presented The Caroline Foundation with two magnificent quilts and a most generous financial donation.
ISTA very kindly selected The Caroline Foundation as their chosen charity for the National Finals of the annual ISTA Senior Science Quiz which took place in Trinity College Dublin.