- TCBE collaboration on memory systems research
Trinity Centre for Bioengineering is collaborating with Dr Marion Tsanov in the Trinity Institute for Neuroscience who has just been was awarded a prestigious Wellcome Trust Research Career Development Fellowship to focus on memory systems. Professor Richard Reilly's neural engineering group will provide computational methods to elucidate the information content of neuronal spiking patterns, with specific focus on the decoding of the signal processing between striatal and hippocampal memory systems.
- Apply now for the M.Sc. in Bioengineering
The M.Sc. in Bioengineering is an award winning postgraduate course consisting of taught modules and a project focusing on medical devices and important clinical needs.
- Trinity Centre for Bioengineering Researchers Receive Awards at the Bioengineering in Ireland Conference
The 19th Annual Conference of the Bioengineering Section of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland (RAMI) took place recently. The aim of the conference is to promote bioengineering in its many facets by bringing together the clinical, engineering and scientific communities thus providing a platform for new and advanced researchers alike.
- TCD, UCD AND RCSI LAUNCH BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING COLLABORATION TO ACCELERATE INNOVATIVE HEALTH CARE TECHNOLOGIES
Irelands leading engineers, physicians and scientists are joining forces to develop 21st century health care devices and technologies in a new collaboration of the Dublin Biomedical Engineering Research Initiative (DBERI) announced this week.
- Excellence in Education at Trinity Centre for Bioengineering
Trinity College Dublins postgraduate course, the M.Sc. in Bioengineering, received the Engineers Ireland Education Award for demonstrating excellence in the field of engineering education at the Engineers Ireland Excellence Awards on Friday 9th November 2012.
- New Insight into Cognitive Changes in Multiple Sclerosis
Researchers at Trinity College Dublin in collaboration with colleagues in the Department of Neurology at St Vincent's University Hospital and University College Dublin have recently reported new insights into cognitive changes in multiple sclerosis, using newly developed signal processing methods. The findings have been recently published in the international journal PlosOne. The research team was led by Professor Richard Reilly, Professor of Neural Engineering at Trinity College, and Professor Niall Tubridy, Department of Neurology at St Vincent's University Hospital.