Trinity College Dublin (TCD)

Trinity College Dublin (TCD)

Trinity College Dublin (TCD), including St. James's Hospital and Tallaght Hospital

Founded in 1592, Trinity College Dublin is Ireland’s oldest university. Its mission is to provide a liberal environment where independence of thought is highly valued and where all are encouraged to achieve their full potential. Trinity offers undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across 24 schools and three faculties: arts, humanities, and social sciences; engineering, mathematics and science; and health sciences

Trinity is recognised as one of the world's leading research-intensive universities and its research continues to address issues of global societal and economic importance. The University's research strategy is based on developing multidisciplinary areas in which the College has the critical mass of world-class researchers needed to deliver research of global consequence. Among the priority research themes being addressed by Trinity researchers are ageing, nanoscience and materials, telecommunications, neuroscience, human identity, cancer, international integration, arts practice, and the inclusive society. These are topics that not only address issues of immediate and long-term concern to society but offer opportunities for future economic development.

St James's Hospital and Tallaght Hospital (AMNCH) are academic teaching hospitals affiliated with Trinity College.

The ToPCaP team in TCD and affiliated hospitals consists of clinicians, pathologists, scientists and physiotherapists.

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