b"Strategic Plan 2020 25The Institute provides a gateway for internal andexternal connectivity between basic and appliedNeuroscience. TCIN facilitates access to advancedresearch and diagnostic technologies as well as topatient populations, biosamples and genotypingrequired for translational Neuroscience. Thisprominently and deeply involves clinical PIs based inSt Jamess, St Patrick's and Tallaght Hospitals.TCIN was the first Research Institute to beSt Jamess hospital additionally houses the Centreestablished in Trinity College. As the 20thfor Advanced Medical Imaging (CAMI) as well as the anniversary of the inception of The TrinityWellcome-Trust Health Research Board (HRB) ClinicalResearch Facility for clinical trials. TCIN PIs also College Institute of Neuroscience (TCIN;engage with other Trinity Research Institutes www.tcd.ie/Neuroscience) approaches inincluding Trinity Biosciences Institute (TBSI) and 2020, we renew our vision and mission inTrinity Translational Medicine Institute (TTMI) which a strategic plan to catalyze and drivefacilitates bidirectional interactions and access to development for the forthcoming 5 years. advanced research technologies and expertise. TCIN houses a number of major researchprogrammes funded by the European ResearchCouncil (ERC), EU Horizon 2020 Framework, theWellcome Trust, Science Foundation Ireland, theHealth Research Board (HRB), the Irish ResearchCouncil, Enterprise Ireland as well as multiplePhilanthropic and Industrial Sponsors.In addition,the Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI) is a flagshipcollaborative global training and researchprogramme operating between Trinity College andthe University of California San Francisco, whichenabled by a major investment from AtlanticPhilanthropies.For a sense of scale, the Lloyd Building of TCINcurrently accommodates 19 principal investigators, The Lloyd Building houses TCIN and GBHI34 post-doctoral researchers, 52 Ph.D. students, 7MSc students and 8 research assistant/technicianswho are engaged in advanced research.570 peerreviewed journal articles have been published byLloyd based research groups over the past 5 years.In addition to GBHI, current research funding (in2020) for TCIN PIs based in the Lloyd Building exceeds24 million.TCIN PIs teach an interdisciplinaryundergraduate programme leading to a B.A.(Moderatorship) and M.Sc. in Neuroscience. TheInstitute engages in many dissemination activitiesincluding public lecture series and exhibitions inTrinity Colleges Science Gallery(dublin.sciencegallery.com). New initiatives include collaborations withHumanities, Social Sciences and Public Engagement,funded in part through a Wellcome Trust InstitutionalStrategic Support Fund (ISSF) Award that iscoordinated and managed by TCIN.4"