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Microscope experiment

CERVIVA leads a large number of research projects. Click here to see a description of each project and an explanation of how it contributes to our understanding of the HPV virus


Featured project

ECHO (Epidemiology of HPV infection in Oral cancer in Ireland) - Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the single most important aetiological agent in the pathogenesis of cervical cancer and pre-cancer. It is increasingly recognised that HPV is causally implicated in other cancers, including head and neck cancer. The... more
Doctors in action

CERVIVA is a multidisciplinary research consortium led by Trinity College Dublin, with multiple partners in universities, research institutions and hospitals across Ireland and internationally. Click to see our research team


Featured staff

Principal investigators
Picture of Linda Sharp
Professor of Cancer Epidemiology
Newspaper and coffee

Researchers and projects from the CERVIVA consortium are often featured in media and news in Ireland. Get the latest updates from the currently operational CERVIVA projects on this page