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  • Privacy Statement - RDS
    RDS ie Collection and use of personal information The RDS does not collect any personal data about you on the Website apart from information which you volunteer for example by e mailing us signing up to our newsletter or by using our online feedback form Any information that you provide in this way is only used by the RDS for the purpose for which you provided it Collection and use of technical information The RDS uses cookies to record the browsing activity of Visitors as they use the Website Visitors may experience a loss of functionality if cookies are disabled from their web browser Technical details in connection with visits to the Website are logged by our analytics providers for our statistical purposes No information is collected that could be used by us to identify website visitors personally The technical details logged are confined to the following items The IP address of the visitor s computer The previous website address from which the visitor reached us including any search terms used Clickstream data which shows the traffic of visitors around this web site for example pages accessed how long spent viewing each page and documents downloaded The type of web browser operating system screen size and language used by the website visitor It is the policy of the RDS never to disclose such technical information in respect of individual website visitors to any third party apart from our analytics providers who records such data on our behalf and who are bound by confidentiality provisions in this regard unless obliged to disclose such information by law The technical information will be used only by the RDS and only for statistical purposes to help us to increase the usability and accessibility of our website s and services You should note that technical

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  • Seamus J. Martin - RDS
    contribution of those who work alongside me in the lab I am very proud of the remarkable scientists with whom I collaborate to break new ground in this important field I place great emphasis on training people to a very high standard and I am convinced that this will have a lasting impact towards improving the quality and profile of Irish science both at home as well as abroad Professor Martin s distinguished work over the past 20 years has provided major insights into the molecular process of cell death and breakdown He leads a team that studies this highly complex and tightly regulated process with particular focus on the inflammation that can arise when this process goes wrong due to infection or diseases such as cancer His Trinity based group has made a number of important discoveries publishing their results in leading scientific journals and these findings could lead to improved treatments across a range of disorders Most recently Prof Martin has demonstrated how our bodies cells communicate with the immune system via the production of special signalling molecules and this has now become a major focus in cell death research internationally Professor Martin will be conferred with the Boyle Medal and give a public lecture at the RDS in March 2015 The lecture will be free of charge open to the general public and follows a long standing RDS tradition of sharing knowledge ideas and thinking Speaking following their deliberations the 2014 RDS Irish Times Boyle Medal International Judging Panel said that Professor Martin has demonstrated consistent attention to investigating a fundamental problem in biochemistry and cell biology His work has brought a greater understanding of the important biological process of cell death and his research enriches the investigations of scientists across many disciplines into cancer autoimmunity and

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