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Welcome from the Vice President for Research and Innovation

On behalf of the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation (OVPRI), we welcome you to the University College Cork (UCC) Research Support Services website.

UCC is an internationally competitive, research-led University that plays a key role in the development of Ireland's knowledge-based economy. Our University is one of the premier research institutions in Ireland and, internationally, is ranked among the top 2% of universities worldwide.

The goal of UCC Research Support Services is to support and develop UCC research activities, and to assist the University research community through the provision of information, guidance and advice on all aspects related to the planning, funding, execution and application of research.

We also work to communicate to the University community, and to the general public, about the quality, breadth, and significance of research carried out at UCC.

Professor Anita R. Maguire
Vice President for Research and Innovation

Dr David O'Connell

Director of Research Support Services

HR excellence in Research





Medical invention by UCC cardiologist to help heart patients

Noel Caplice has come up with a non-surgical way to treat patients who otherwise would need heart bypass operations. The device was developed originally in the 'back-of-the-garage' when Prof Caplice worked in the Mayo Clinic in the USA  Read More



Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researcher

A UCC Researcher has been selected as a Highly Cited Researcher in a a new list generated by Thomson Reuters. Read More



New Fossil suggest all dinosaurs had feathers

A University College Cork (UCC) researcher has been involved in the discovery of the first ever example of a primitive plant-eating dinosaur with feathers and scales. Read More



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Spotlight on: Dr Brendan Richardson

Brendan Richardson

Dr Brendan Richardson is a lecturer in Marketing and Consumer Behaviour in the Department of Management and Marketing.  His research interests focus primarily on consumer tribes





European Funding Resource

The Framework Programmes for Research and Technological Development are the European Union's main instruments for supporting collaborative research, development and innovations in science, engineering and technology.