Inaugural Quantitative T cell Immunology Meeting

29-30th August 2013


The workshop is being held within the Hamilton Institute at the National University of Ireland Maynooth.


The most convenient accommodation can be found at the Glenroyal Hotel in Maynooth (53.380154,-6.588342 in google maps), which is a ten minute walk from the Hamilton Institute (53.384627,-6.598814), or directly on NUIM's campus, which can be booked through the Maynooth Campus Conference and Accommodation (53.379809,-6.59537).


Maynooth is a small university town located approx. 20 km west of Dublin, and the university is located a brief walk from the town centre. Coming from Dublin airport, it is simplest to take a taxi (€ 50+) or car. It is possible to use public transport (approx. € 10), but it takes approximately 2 hours. Coming from Dublin city, there is a direct train connection to Maynooth.

By public transport to Maynooth the options are: (1) the 16 bus or 41 bus from the airport towards Dublin city as far as Drumcondra train station, followed by a train from Drumcondra to Maynooth; (2) the 747 bus to Connolly station and then train to Maynooth; (3) any of the buses 6, 41, 747, Aircoach, etc. to Dublin city centre, then the 66 or 67 buses from Westmoreland Street to Maynooth.

From Dublin city centre, Maynooth can be reached by trains from Connolly, Pearse or Tara Street stations. Trains take 30-40 mins from Dublin to Maynooth and schedules are available here. The bus routes 66 and 67 that leave from Merrion Square. Buses take approximately 40 mins to Maynooth, depending on traffic. Detailed information about bus stops can be found at here.

See here for links to campus maps of the university and here for further information on travel to Maynooth.

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