Discoveries (from Home page)
TBSI hosted a special symposium entitled ‘Metabolism and Metabolic diseases’ on Monday, April 15th. In this wide-ranging conference, a number of diseases were discussed including parkinson's disease, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, sepsis and cancer, the particular focus being the role of metabolism in these diseases.
TBSI hosted a special symposium entitled ‘Metabolism and Metabolic diseases’ on Monday, April 15th. In this wide-ranging conference, a number of diseases were discussed including parkinson's disease, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, sepsis and cancer, the particular focus being the role of metabolism in these diseases.details of the symposium
Lydia Lynch: Immune Cells Could Protect Against Obesity(Immunity Article) (Irish Times) (Communications, TCD) (Harvard Gazette )
New Ways Viruses Affect Human Immune Response Discovered
Scientists Solve Structure of Important Protein in Energy Storage of Cells
Researchers Make Breakthrough in the cause of Premature Birth
Trinity Researchers Report Major Eye Disease Breakthrough
Trinity College Dublin Scientists Discover New 'Off Switch' in Immune Response
Trinity College Dublin Researchers Collaborate in discovery of new targets for the Treatment of Asthma
Discovery of New Vaccine Approach for Treatment of Cancer
News & Events (from Home page)
The Annual Symposium of the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute: Metabolism & Metabolic Diseases incorporating the Second National NMR Meeting took place on 15th/16th April 2013
(Symposium group photograph) group of speakers
(Launch of the NMR facility) group photograph
Kingston Mills, Public Lecture 27th February 2013: Vaccines – not just for infection How we can target the immune system to control cancer, Alzheimer’s and autoimmune diseasesVaccines that prevent life-treating infectious diseases caused by bacteria and viruses have been the most successful medical interventions for enhancing human health. The concept of using a vaccine to mobilize the immune system to prevent infection with microbes is now being translated to the enhancement of immune responses to eliminate the tumour cells that cause cancer or to clear the amyloid plaques associated with Alzheimer’s disease. Conversely vaccines that promote immune regulation and thereby turn off damaging immune responses are being developed for the treatment of autoimmune diseases, such as diabetes, arthritis and multiple sclerosis.
(TCD, UCD and RCSI Launch Biomedical Engineering Collaboration to Accelerate Innovative Health Care Technologies)
“This is an important step towards the integration of different disciplines that increasingly share common goals,”
20th December 2012
Congratulations to Luke O'Neill who won a Royal Irish Academy Gold Medal 2012 award today
30th November 2012
Why stem cells?, Public lecture by
Dr Gavin Davey of the School of Biochemistry & Immunology,TBSI, Trinity College Dublin on Wednesday November 21st 2012 at 6:30pm in the Stanley Quek Theatre
21st November 2012
See also (Department of State notice)
Visit by representatives of the US State Department and members of a business delegation. Tercentenary Hall event at 17:00 focussed on ‘How Innovation and Science Policy Can Inspire Entrepreneurship to Solve Real World Problems’, followed by a networking event at 18:00.
14th November 2012
Public Debate by Staff and Students of Trinity College Dublin, ably adjudicated by Professor Sir Terry Pratchett, OBE, Blackboard Monitor. Please note...first come, first seated
12th November 2012
The new Honorary Professors are Jules Hoffmann, Bruce Beutler and Peter Doherty
18 October 2012
Professors Peter Doherty and Jules Hoffmann, spoke at a special symposium on Immunology in the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute.
10th July 2012
Dublin has been chosen to host Europe's largest science conference, ESOF 2012 (Euroscience Open Forum), from 11-15 July, 2012.
11th - 15th July 2012
Speakers include Jules Hoffmann, Peter Doherty, Michael Lenardo, Doreen Cantrell, Padraic Fallon.
10th July 2012
Trinity College Dublin scientist and research lecturer in Chemistry, Dr Silvia Giordani has been awarded one of four prestigious 2012 L’Oréal-UNESCO UK & Ireland For Women in Science Fellowships (FWIS) for her research on a new avenue towards ‘smart’ medicines.
29th June 2012 Read Irish Times article..
"From Matter to Life: Chemistry? Chemistry!" - Prof. Jean-Marie Lehn - 1987 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry.
3rd July 2012