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Trinity College Dublin

Trinity College Dublin (TCD), (ranked 101 on QS World University Rankings, 2022) is recognised internationally as a leading research-intensive university and is the academic partners of the Trinity St James's Cancer Institute, Ireland's first OECI-accredited Cancer Institute, with Cancer Survivorship and Supportive Care one of its four core research themes. 

Dr Emer Guinan is an Associate Professor in Cancer Rehabilitation and Survivorship at Trinity College Dublin and a collaborator with the UcanACT project working closely with the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (ISCP) and Kilkenny County Council - both partners of the UcanACT project - to implement the UcanACT programme in Ireland. Dr Guinan is an experienced cancer rehabilitation and exercise oncology researcher with over 80 peer-reviewed publications and €3million in competitive funding. Dr Guinan worked closely with the ISCP to deliver the Practical Intervention Methodology within the project implementation phase and is leading research processes and training to deliver the Pilot actions in Kilkenny. 

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