In 2020 the NIPC launched the NIPC Fellowship Programme. The fellowship is in honour of individuals who have demonstrated outstanding commitment to the Institute and who have made highly significant contributions to the field of preventive cardiology, either by virtue of their clinical leadership or track record in education, research and/or public policy development.

The programme is administered by the NIPC Fellowship Committee. NIPC Fellows are recognised experts and opinion leaders in the field of preventive cardiology and are able to demonstrate commitment to the mission of the NIPC. Fulfilment and validation of each criterion must be adequately documented in the application, curriculum vitae and supporting letter of recommendation.

The NIPC Fellowship Committee will occasionally nominate individuals of outstanding stature within the field of preventive cardiology for the award of Honorary Fellowship as the highest academic honour which can be bestowed by the Institute. 

The Honorary Fellows of 2020 and the 2020 class of Fellows can be viewed Here.

 

Call for Fellowship Applications

Applications will reopen in March 2021.

A call for applications will be announced on the NIPC website and in NIPC Alliance email bulletins.
Informal enquiries can be directed to Prof Gerard Flaherty, NIPC Director of Academic Affairs and Fellowship (gerard.flaherty@nuigalway.ie)