The 16th annual run of the CRDI premier live continuing professional development course Techniques and Strategies in Molecular Medicine recorded the highest attendance yet with over 125 attendees, including attendees in NUI Galway who were able to enjoy the course via live streaming.
The course took place on 2 & 3 December 2019 at the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute in Dublin and included 19 talks on research techniques and their applications delivered by lead Principal Investigators from UCD, TCD, NUI Galway, UCC & RCSI.
— CRDI (@crdireland) December 2, 2019
The 2-day course concluded with a keynote address delivered by Prof Daniel J Kelly (TCD) on ‘Engineering replacement tissues and organs’.
Day 2 of the #CRDI ‘Techniques& strategies in Molecular Medicine’ Course ! Great speakers from CRDI Partner institutions @UCD_Conway @tcddublin @TCDgradstudies @RCSI_Research @UCCMedHealth @NUIGMedicine @ICATProgramme @tcdTBSI @UCD_Research @UCD_SBBS pic.twitter.com/e0UTwidB8Q
— CRDI (@crdireland) December 3, 2019
CRDI thanks all the speakers and sponsors for their generous support.
This CRDI course is accredited with 5 ECTS credits in TCD. The course content will be examined thereafter by online MCQ for attendees wishing to claim ECTS credits and/or CRDI Open Badge.
For more information on topics and a full list of speakers and sponsors go to the courses page at