In honor of Daffodil Day, a spinathon was organized at RCSI in support of the Irish Cancer Society. The goal was to cycle the distance from Dublin to Cork (220 km) on each bike over the course of the day. Erin, Hannah, and Orla represented the Preston lab in the spinathon and contributed 36 km … Continue reading Preston Lab participates in RCSI’s Daffodil Day Spinathon
Hannah Rushe, a PhD student in our lab, won a CEO Innovation Prize at RCSI Research Day for the invention disclosure she and Roger recently filed. Research Day is an internal conference held at RCSI each year showcasing research being performed at the college. Congratulations Hannah and Roger!
Are you interested in a postdoctoral position or know someone who is? Check out our job posting on the RCSI website here. There are two weeks left to apply for the opening we have funded by the National Children's Research Centre. Please direct informal inquiries to Roger Preston (firstname.lastname@example.org) and submit your application on the … Continue reading Two weeks left to apply! Postdoctoral position available in the Preston lab.
The Preston lab is hiring! We are seeking a postdoctoral researcher to work on an NCRC-funded project. Please see the linked document for the advertisement and project description. If you are interested, please submit an application on the RCSI website. Applications must be submitted by 1:00 pm on March 15th. Please direct informal inquiries to … Continue reading We’re hiring! Apply for our open postdoctoral position by March 15th.
Starting at the beginning of 2019, Roger has started a new role as Associate Editor for the Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis. This journal is particularly relevant to the research performed by the Preston lab and is the official journal of the International Society of Thrombosis and Hemostasis. The editorial staff for JTH includes many … Continue reading Dr. Preston selected for Associate Editor position at JTH
In a recent meeting departmental meeting, MCT PhD students where challenged to create Thesis in Three presentations. These elevator pitches boil down their four year projects into the most fundamental questions and why answering these questions is important. Across the board, the twelve presentations were excellent and highlighted the diversity of research being performed by … Continue reading Aisling Rehill wins a departmental “thesis in three” prize
The Preston lab celebrated the arrival of the holidays and the conclusion of a productive year with a delicious lunch at Whitefriar Grill and a rematch at the Adventure Rooms. After tucking into an amazing menu, the lab was split into the same teams to compete in a duel format in the World Trip room. … Continue reading Happy New Year from the Preston lab!