Trinity St. James’s Cancer Institute
Cancer is a universal health issue that impacts us all. Trinity College Dublin, through its Inspiring Generations campaign, is leveraging its expertise and longstanding partnership with its main teaching hospital, St. James’s, to develop Trinity St. James’s Cancer Institute (TSJCI).
TSJCI is the only Cancer Centre in Ireland accredited by the Organisation of European Cancer Institutes.
Benchmarked against the highest international standards and aligned with the strategic priorities of the National Cancer Strategy, TSJCI is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to transform cancer care in Ireland.
TSJCI has taken a leadership role in cancer care in Ireland – combining world-class science with excellent patient care to pioneer new ways to prevent, detect and treat cancer.
Trinity College Dublin is ranked in the top 1% of research institutions globally in Medicine and Biological Sciences, along with the world class expertise in Trinity’s translational medicine and nanoscience departments. St. James’s Hospital is a centre of excellence for the delivery of cancer care and is Trinity’s major teaching hospital.
TSJCI will be developed in a two-stage plan:
- Phase 1: Scaling activity across three key areas: Excellent Patient Care, World-Class Research and Education Innovation.
- Phase 2: Building a new Cancer Institute on the St. James’s Hospital campus.