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Biosciences Development

Bio-Science aerial shot of forthcoming buildnigA major Biosciences Development underpinning our strategic health and translational research efforts is planned for the east side of Pearse Street. This impressive structure will regenerate a currently unused space, bringing it firmly into the 21st century. The Biosciences Development will redefine the scientific research landscape in Trinity College and for the first time create a meaningful consolidation of activities not only in the biosciences, but also by extension in the information and communication technologies area, in natural sciences, in the social sciences and in the physical sciences. Creation and judicious population of a new Biosciences Development will copper-fasten the College's position as the leading scientific university in Ireland, and enhance our ability to execute world-leading research in those areas identified as core strengths within the College's stated strategic plan.

The School of Medicine expects to get a new home in the Biosciences Development building, which is due to be built by 2011. Please visit Biosciences Development website at http://www.tcd.ie/biosciences/

Mary Henry (M.A., M.D. 1963) Mary Henry, (M.A., M.D., 1963) is chair of the TCD Association and Trust and a member of the board of Trinity Foundation. Mary Henry was elected to Seanad Éireann in 1993 and re-elected in 1997 as an independent Senator to represent Trinity. She is deeply committed to improving healthcare, especially for women, and to encouraging women doctors to continue their professional careers. Mary Henry received 2008 Trinity College Dublin Alumni Award for her tremendous contribution.

The Trinity Biomedical Sciences Development on Pearse Street, where the School of Medicine will have a new home starting from August 2011, received a major capital grant of €55.4 million under the Higher Education Authority Programme for Research in Third-Level Institutions (PRTLI). This was the largest single capital award made under this cycle of investment by the Department of Enterprise, Trade & Innovation to an Irish university. In total, seventeen of Trinity’s submitted proposals were successful, securing funding of €81.9 million, positioning the College as the leading recipient of investment nationally.


Last updated 21 September 2016 by Tercentenary (Email).