Other Dublin events

Understanding the Ripple Effect: Public violence and circadian rhythms

Past event - 2024
14 May Doors Open 6:30pm
Start 7pm
End 9pm
Whelan's, 25 Wexford St,
Dublin D02 H527
Join us on Tuesday, May 14th at Whelan's for expertly deciphering the consequences of trauma, and whether living with public violence leads to domestic violence, and how circadian rhythms impact our day-to-day lives.

Effects of conflict on intimate partner violence

Anousheh Alamir (Post-Doctoral Researcher, Economic and Social Research Institute Ireland)
I analyse whether living in a place with a lot of public violence can lead people to use more violence at home, as a consequence. I use the case of Mexico, which experienced a sudden rise in homicides in 2006, with the War on Drugs.

How Time Flies (And How Your Brain is the Pilot)

Tammy Strickland (PhD Student, Royal College of Surgeons Ireland)
Tammy’s work focuses on how cell specific disruptions to circadian rhythms in the brain contribute to the development of acquired epilepsy. She is also heavily engaged in promoting the visibility of women and non-binary people in STEM, as one of the current co-organisers of the annual Soapbox Science street event in Dublin.
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Other Whelan's events

2024-05-15 Reforming Medical Care, Decision-Making and Food Sustainability (ISL Supported) Whelan's 25 Wexford St, Dublin, D02 H527, Ireland
2024-05-13 Policy Impact: Nutrition, EV grants, AI ethics, and economic research (ISL supported) Whelan's 25 Wexford St, Dublin, D02 H527, Ireland