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Professor Paul Browne

Professor Paul Browne

Welcome to the School of Medicine

Head of School - Professor Paul Browne

Trinity College Dublin Medical School is a unique institution, which celebrated its Tercentenary in 2011. The School incorporates the disciplines of Medicine, Radiation Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy, and offers six degree programmes with a cohort of approximately 1400 students. The School, through its educational programmes, strives to be innovative, research-driven, interdisciplinary and international.

Undergraduate Education

The School of Medicine incorporates the disciplines of Medicine, Radiation Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy

The School offers the following degree courses:

Postgraduate Education

Trinity College School of Medicine is an international leader in postgraduate education. The School provides a vibrant environment for postgraduate study, and currently has over 500 registered postgraduate students. The School offers over 20 taught MSc/Diploma programmes spanning a broad spectrum of medical and scientific disciplines, and research students work towards the degrees of PhD, MSc, MD or MCh.


Over the past years, the School of Medicine has consistently maintained its position as a leading Research School in Trinity College.  This outstanding achievement has been possible through adherence to a focused approach to research in the biomedical sciences.  The following research fields have been developing as the areas of particular emphasis:

  • Immunology and Infection
  • Molecular Medicine
  • Neuroscience
  • Cancer
  • Population Health
  • Genetics
  • Med Day 2014 Is 12 years old this year. Get involoved on Friday 7th of November.
  • St. Luke's Symposium Musical Event: Synaptic Serenades Musical Narratives of Stroke, Alzheimer's adn Parkinson's Disease. Tuesday October 14th at 18:30. FREE EVENT tickets through Please join us at the Royal College of Physicians, Kildare Street for the first complete performance of three works by Ian Wilson, who was the composer in residence at the National Centre for Arts and Health, Tallaght Hospital Dublin, in collaboration with the Department of Geriatric Medicine and the Stoke Services at Tallaght Hospital Dublin.
    The works reflect the experience of Stroke, Parkinson’s disease and Dementia in a unique way. The original works will be performed by professional musicians from the Royal Irish Academy of Music, featuring soloists Cathy Belton (Narrator), Deirdre Moynihan (soprano) and Cathal Roche (saxophone).


Research Update / Funding Opportunites /Application Deadlines

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Last updated 26 September 2014 Web administrator (Email).