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Cancer Research at TSJCI

Harnessing Fundamental, Translational and Clinical Research for the Benefit of Cancer Patients and their Families

Trinity St James’s Cancer Institute (TSJCI) merges Ireland’s largest cancer treating academic health campus at St James’s hospital, with the research excellence of Trinity College Dublin, Ireland’s leading university.

Directed by Professor Lorraine O’Driscoll, TSJCI’s research is focussed on improving outcomes for people with cancer through innovative and ground-breaking fundamental, translational, and clinical research. Synergising the research of clinician and non-clinical researchers, and also informed by our patients’ representative group, this will be achieved via 4 interconnected Research Themes:

Theme 1: Cancer Prevention and Early Diagnosis
Theme 2: Molecular and Precision Oncology
Theme 3: Cancer Immunology, and
Theme 4: Cancer Survivorship and Supportive Care,
leading to improvements in health status and quality of life for people in Ireland and beyond. 

For further information on research at TSJCI, please contact: Prof. Lorraine O’Driscoll, TSJCI Research Lead lodrisc@tcd.ie and/or Dr Patricia Doherty, Senior Research Programme Officer Patricia.Doherty@tcd.ie

If you wish to submit a research funding proposal to an external funding body (national, international or charity source) or wish to find out about funding opportunities you may be eligible to apply for, please contact Dr Patricia Doherty, Senior Research Programme Officer: patricia.doherty@tcd.ie

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