Jul 27, 2017
On Top of Europe
By Sally Cudmore, APC General Manager
If you ever want to spend a holiday literally tied to your spouse and children, then this comes highly recommended (and the only kinks were in the rope)! Over the winter we decided to attempt a Mont Blanc summit in July, so the interveni More
Row, row, row your boat……
By Aifric Keogh, APC researcher and international rower
I’ve been rowing for over 10 years and can’t imagine life without it. I usually have around 15 training sessions per week. It can be tough to juggle lab work and training but with proper planning and More
David Keohane, APC MD Fellow
David graduated from UCC School of Medicine in 2010. Subsequently, he gained a Masters (MMedSc) in Sports and Exercise Medicine from UCC, a Diploma in Musculoskeletal Medicine from NUIG and Specialist Registration in Primary Care with the Irish College of General Pr More
London Event with Colin Hill & Louise Jopling, J&J
Science Foundation Ireland and the Irish International Business Network (IIBN) in London partnered to deliver an evening of insight into the world of bacterial viruses – the most abundant entities on earth.
Bacterial viruses, or p More
Jun 20, 2017
APC Scientists Uncover Critical Role for Microbes in Mediating Gut Pain
by John Cryan
APC Scientists have shown that, at least in mice, gut bacteria play a key role in regulating abdominal pain and its associated changes in the brain and spinal cord.
Visceral pain is a global term used to More
May 27, 2017
Fergus Shanahan and John Cryan elected to Royal Irish Academy
Professor Fergus Shanahan and Prof John Cryan were among eighteen new members elected to the Royal Irish Academy, Ireland’s leading body of experts in the sciences and humanities.
Since 1785 membership of the Academy More
Congratulations to the APC Winners at Irish Laboratory Awards 2017!
APC Microbiome Institute researchers were well represented among the winners of this year's Irish Laboratory Awards.
- "Scientist of the Year" Prof Catherine Stanton
- "Food Laboratory of the Year" and "Commercial Laborat More
May 19, 2017
World IBD Day is today (May 19th 2017). The Main Quadrangle in University College Cork, and many famous landmarks worldwide, will be lit in purple to raise awareness about Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, which are Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD).
Forty thousand people in Irela More
May 18, 2017
A Role for the Microbiome in Regulating Fear Responses
New research from the APC has shown that the microbiome regulates fear responses and modifies the brain function of adult mice.
The research shows at least in animal models, that major disturbances in communication between the gut micro More
May 3, 2017
How bacterial viruses can change medicine as we know it
Science Foundation Ireland and the Irish International Business Network (IIBN) are partnering together to deliver an evening of insight into the world of bacterial viruses – the most abundant entities on earth.
Bacterial viruses, or p More