Students enter via the M.Sc. register. Students will take a core module in Clinical Research based in the Clinical Research Facility, St James’s Hospital and concurrently follow one of five specialist tracks, which will be provided by the actual modules as offered by the currently running five Masters courses (i) the masters course in molecular medicine, (ii) the masters course in neuroscience, (iii) the masters course in immunology (iv) the masters course in translational oncology or (v) the masters course in healthcare infection management. Students will then conduct a three month research project and will submit a dissertation based on this project. Applicants will be notified when the course application is open.
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How to Apply
As this course has restricted access please email Henry Windle (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the application link
Dr. Henry Windle
31st July 2022
Admission to this course is restricted to undergraduate students on year 3 (and occasionally year 4) in the School of Medicine in Trinity College Dublin. At this point, students will have qualified for a B.A. which is normally awarded when the students are conferred with their final M.B. The intercalated Masters will also be conferred at this point. The course is coordinated through the Department of Clinical Medicine, TCD, St James Hospital Dublin. When completing the TCD online Application please ensure referees are TCD academics. Please note that an incomplete application cannot be processed.
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