Trinity College Dublin

Trinity College Dublin, (TCD) was established by Letter Patents granting a Charter by Queen Elizabeth I in 1592, however the roots extend to 1311 by Papal decree. Today, TCD is a vibrant academic and research university. TCD is associated with two medical teaching hospitals, conducts high level and complex computer science, biotechnology and erected the Lloyd Institute. The Trinity Enterprise Centre houses complex multi-disciplinary scientific research labs and is ranked highly among world-wide ranking panels. TCD's 15,000 + student body is comprised of undergraduate, graduate, post-doctoral and professional degree students.

College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland.

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Psychology & Psychiatry

Reality of maternal mental health for first time moms in Ireland

A newly published study from Trinity's School of Nursing and Midwifery has followed the prevalence of, and changes over time in, depression, anxiety and stress symptoms experienced by first-time mothers—from pregnancy throughout ...

Medical research

Scientists identify novel approach to preventing seizures

Scientists at Trinity College Dublin have announced a significant advance in our understanding of epilepsy, as they have identified a potential method of preventing damaging seizure activity.

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Immunologists unravel battle plans of deadly coronaviruses

Immunologists from Trinity, who have worked on coronaviruses for the past decade, have just unraveled new secrets behind the viruses' battle plans—providing new insights into how these deadly viruses sometimes win the war ...


New therapeutic options for childhood inflammatory bowel disease

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) affects approximately 40,000 patients in Ireland, with 25% of these cases first arising during childhood. Globally, the prevalence for IBD is 396 cases per 100,000 persons annually. Symptoms ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Pollution and teenage mental health

There is strong evidence that pollution has negative effects on the physical health of children, adolescents, and adults. We also know that many aspects of young people's lives, including family, school and social life can ...

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