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About the Centre

Trinity Centre for Bioengineering is a key research centre in Trinity College combining fundamental research with translation to clinical practice.  

The Centre has four main research themes.  These themes based on the intersection of biomedical science and engineering, form the research foundation for enabling technologies for advances in key areas of active and passive implantable devices, surgical and medical device design, as well as informing clinical studies and interventions in ageing, neurodegeneration and rehabilitation.

1.       Biomechanics and Mechanobiology
2.       Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine
3.       Neural Engineering
4.       Medical Devices & Advanced Drug Delivery

The Trinity Centre for BioEngineering provides a structure to bring bioengineers, basic scientists and clinicians together to focus on important clinical needs.

 

Annual Reports

2014 Trinity Centre for Bioengineering Annual Report
2013 Trinity Centre for Bioengineering Annual Report
2012 Trinity Centre for Bioengineering Annual Report
2011 Trinity Centre for Bioengineering Annual Report
2010 Trinity Centre for Bioengineering Annual Report