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Scientists Uncover Marvel Molecule that Could Lead to Treatments for Myriad of Inflammatory Disease

17 February 2015

Scientists in the School of Biochemistry and Immunology, Trinity College Dublin have uncovered a marvel molecule that blocks a key driver of inflammatory diseases. The finding could meet a major unmet clinical need by inspiring new non-invasive treatments for arthritis, multiple sclerosis and Muckle-Wells syndrome, among a myriad of other inflammatory diseases.  More details

Cliona O’Farrelly wins a 2014 Nature Award for Mentoring in Science

5 November 2014

Professor of Comparative Immunology at Trinity College Dublin, Cliona O’Farrelly, has won a 2014 Nature Award for Mentoring in Science at Science Foundation Ireland’s 2014 Summit. The leading international journal Nature hosts these awards on an annual basis to champion the importance of mentoring and inspiring future generations of young researchers. More details

Bacterial Blueprints Could Give Doctors and Nurses Fewer Sleepless Nights

11 August 2014

One of the most common types of bacterial infection might soon give doctors and nurses fewer sleepless nights, thanks to a discovery made by scientists from the School of Biochemistry and Immunology at Trinity College Dublin. More details

Postgraduate Immunology Students From Around the World Present Novel Research Findings

4 July 2014

Our Immunology MSc. students presented their research findings to members of the School, peer researchers and a panel of judges at the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute (TBSI) on 4 July. More details

Luke O'Neill Chosen for Thompson Reuters 2014 World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds List

30 June 2014

Two Trinity College Dublin scientists have been selected to join 3000 authors from around the world in Thompson Reuters’ new compilation of influential names in science. Professor Luke O’Neill, Professor of Biochemistry, School of Biochemistry and Immunology in the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute (TBSI) and Professor Jonathan Coleman, Professor of Chemical Physics in the School of Physics will appear in the Thompson Reuters Highly Cited Researchers website and 2014 World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds report which has been recently launched.

Professors O’Neill and Coleman join only seven other Irish scientists on this illustrious list of authors who rank among the top 1% most cited for their subject field and year of publication (between 2002 and 2012).

Professor O’Neill has been included among other notable scientists in the field of immunology. More details

Richard Porter commended at Provost Teaching Awards

18 June 2014

Richard Porter who received a commendation at the Provost Teaching Awards ceremony on Wednesday 18 June.

Andrew Bowie elected member of the Royal Irish Academy

30 May 2014

Andrew Bowie has been elected a member of the Royal Irish Academy. Membership of the Royal Irish Academy is the highest academic honour in Ireland and a public recognition of academic achievement. The admittance ceremony was on 30 May. Visit the Royal Irish Academy website for more details on the announcement. Information is also available on the TCD News and Events website.

The Bruno Bash and the Margaret Ciotti Medal

19 May 2014

The Margaret Ciotti medal is awarded to the best Senior Sophister experimentalist and is given by Bruno Orsi, a retired lecturer, in honour of his late wife, Margaret, a biochemist who worked on NAD+ and NADP+-dependent enzymes.

This year's prize was awarded to Sorcha Forde for her project titled 'An investigation into the immunomodulatory effects of Dimethyl Fumarate in the treatment of psoriasis'. Her project supervisor was Dr Jean Fletcher.

View photographs from the event.

Last updated 17 February 2015 (Email).