Trinity Researchers from the PELCI research group have collaborated with Irish Hospice Foundation to examine causes and places of death in Ireland between 2013 and 2018.
The official launch celebrated the School’s research successes and looked to the future where the patient will be front and centre of all research activities and outputs at the School.
As part of its ‘Behind the Headlines’ series, the Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute gathered a panel of industry and academic experts and author Caitríona Lally to discuss the changing culture of work.
New research from scientists at The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing at Trinity shares fascinating insight to show how creative activity positively impacts the lives of older adults.
This breakthrough will be extremely valuable in identifying patients for clinical trials and will assist in finding new treatments for this devastating disease.
Trinity study provides the first evidence base for more effective surveillance, and infection and prevention control strategies aimed at minimising the spread of the antibiotic resistant bacteria.
Simon McCarthy-Jones, Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology, explains why hearing sad music feel so good in this piece for The Conversation.
To coincide with World COPD Day today, Dr Suzanne Cloonan, Associate Professor in Respiratory Medicine in Trinity’s School of Medicine and Tallaght University Hospital (TUH) describes her laboratory’s research investigating how cellular iron metabolism is regulated in the lungs of patients with COPD, and how dysregulation of iron uptake, release, or turnover contributes to the […]
Dr Burke’s research enables and empowers people with intellectual disability to be involved in research which informs the research picture in a more meaningful and inclusive way.
New research has shown that the economic strain experience by families during Ireland’s great recession between 2009 and 2014 had a detrimental impact on young people’s performance in state exams at the age of 15.