As an exclusively health sciences-focused educational and research institution, RCSI is uniquely placed to develop and enhance translational research for the benefit of patients and the community.
We promote innovative research that leads to improved diagnostics, therapeutics and devices; informs policy and clinical practice; and enhances the quality of education of healthcare professionals.
Our strategic plan brings RCSI research closer to applications for the benefit of patients, the healthcare system and populations.
RCSI's Office of Research and Innovation is responsible for the commercialisation of research, industry engagement, technology and knowledge transfer.
RCSI has many key areas of research interest, including cancer, neuroscience and population health sciences.
The College works with multidisciplinary research centres in areas such as cancer, respiratory diseases and imaging.
RCSI's research activities are sustained by an integrated research infrastructure consisting of a network of centres and core facilities.
RCSI provides an exciting and challenging environment for committed and talented people to pursue their career in research.
The Irish Centre for Vascular Biology (ICVB) comprises an integrated network of vascular research groups across Irish hospitals and universities.
RCSI aims to be an attractive, supportive and stimulating environment in which to carry out research.