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RCSI Research Institute

Website Phone Number:+353 1 4022100

RCSI Research Institute
The institute's mission is to integrate basic and clinical research, so that advances in medical science are translated as quickly as possible into patient treatments. This is achieved by bringing together basic and clinical researchers from various collaborating institutions to share the advanced facilities. The RCSI Research Institute is a multi-site research infrastructure encompassing the research activities of RCSI at the St Stephen's Green campus and the RCSI Education and Research Centre (ERC) at Beaumont Hospital. The research activities of RCSI Research Institute are sustained by an integrated research infrastructure consisting of a network of research centres and core facilities in peptide synthesis and labelling, solid phase chemistry, mass spectrometry, proteomics, clinical research and biobanking, molecular, live cellular and human imaging.

PhD Scholars Programme - Diagnostics & Therapeutics for Human Disease
This structured PhD programme, funded by HRB, is now recruiting its third intake of Scholars. The programme brings together the complementary skills of researchers from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Beaumont Hospital and Dublin City University in the themed area of Diagnostics and Therapeutics for Human Disease.

This 4-year PhD scholars programme features:
  • Three 8-week laboratory rotations in the first year
  • Choice of PhD project from an extensive range during first year
  • Opportunities for multidisciplinary ‘bench to bedside' research
  • Supervision by internationally renowned Principal Investigators
  • Placements in industry or a prestigious overseas laboratory
  • Professional skills training allowance
  • Travel awards to international conferences
  • An annual stipend of €18,000 plus laptop computer plus fee

This programme provides excellent training for scholars in core research skills focusing on delivering diagnostics and therapeutics for human disease.

Project opportunities are available in the following areas:
  • Respiratory Disease and Innate Immunity
  • Molecular Endocrinology and Cancer
  • Bioengineering and Regenerative Medicine
  • Neuro/psychiatric Disorders
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Structure Based Drug Design

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