Research centres and networks
Research centres create a critical mass of connected researchers and clinicians in partnerships across academia, hospitals and industry to harness expertise and tackle important healthcare issues.
These important partnerships enable us to participate in studies that have a global impact on human health and allow us to translate our research findings into new treatments, policies and devices that can be used in a clinical setting.
Advanced Materials and BioEngineering Research (AMBER) is an SFI-funded centre for researchers in materials science to engage with industry.
An SFI-funded centre that develops ‘smart’ medical devices and implants that benefit patients with chronic diseases.
The Healthcare Outcomes Research Centre (HORC) is dedicated to the development and dissemination of evidence-based research on healthcare outcomes.
RCSI-led network of Irish obstetric and neonatal researchers from seven of the largest maternity hospitals in Ireland.
The Irish Centre for Fetal and Neonatal Translational Research (INFANT) is an SFI-funded research centre dedicated to perinatal research.
The National Surgical Research Support Centre (NSRSC) was established to improve the collaboration and coordination of surgical research in Ireland.
An all-Ireland, cross-disciplinary PhD psychosis research training programme involving a network of people with a wide range of expertise and interest in psychosis.