Bringing healthcare professionals and families together in the care of children with neurodisability
Professor Denise McDonald, Clinical Associate Professor of Paediatrics, School of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin and Consultant Paediatrician, Department of Child Development and Neurodisability, Children’s Health Ireland at Tallaght and Enable Ireland is the recipient of one of four Irish Research Council New Foundations 2022 awards for the school.
Exploring perspectives on new disease-modifying therapies for Alzheimer’s
Professor Iracema Leroi, Associate Professor of Geriatric Psychiatry, School of Medicine and Global Brain Health Institute is one of four new Irish Research Council New Foundations 2022 awardees for the School of Medicine.
Research to address the social and emotional health needs of adolescents and young adults (AYA) with cancer and AYA survivors of cancer
Dr Margaret Lawler, Assistant Professor in Psychology, Discipline of Occupational Therapy is one of four recipients of the recently announced New Foundations 2022 awards for the School of Medicine.
The value of unpaid care in Ireland, and how economic consequence varies by social, economic and health condition
Professor Dominic Trépel, Director of Trépel Lab, Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience and School of Medicine is the recipient of one of four Irish Research Council New Foundations 2022 awards for the school.
Orla Hardiman wins eminent HRB Impact Award 2023 for her outstanding achievements
Professor Hardiman received the award for her exceptional contribution to research that has informed policy and practice in a way that positively impacts both the care and well-being of patients and their families.
School of Medicine researchers lead new network of ‘the best minds in Ireland’ studying oesophageal cancer
Researchers from the School of Medicine are leading the first all-Ireland Cancer Research Network (AllCaN) which has just launched, to coincide with World Cancer Day 2023.
Project to mobilise the immune system to fight blindness receives prestigious ERC funding
Researchers will examine a particular - but understudied - type of immune cell in the retina which has major potential to heal diseased blood vessels in the eye.
Working towards the replacement of animal testing for lung cancer
An exciting new project is underway at the School of Medicine to explore the use of non-animal research to find novel and more effective ways to monitor treatment response in people affected by lung cancer.