The TCD School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences is ranked 1st in Ireland, in the top 40 in Europe and in top 100 in the world*. Our School was established in 1977 and is the oldest academic pharmaceutical institution in Ireland. The CAO points for Pharmacy are 565 points. We received €6 million in competitive research grant income and had 128 international peer reviewed publications in 2013-14.*QS World University Ranking more »
- Trinity College Dublin’s School of Pharmacy and St James’s Hospital Forge Partnership to Foster Academic and Clinical Exchange
DUBLIN, December 9th, 2014 – The School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences in Trinity College Dublin have today signed a partnership agreement with St James’s Hospital, Dublin, which will pave the way for greater synergies and collaboration between the two institutions in high quality clinical care, education and research.
- 2014 Pharmacy Prize Giving Ceremony
The School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences was delighted to host its annual prize giving ceremony on Wednesday the 3rd of December. The event was held in the Global Room. Professor Anne Marie Healy, Head of the School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences welcomed academics, sponsors, students, family and friends to the ceremony.
- Pharmacy Graduate Makes it in the Music Industry
Sallay Matu Garnett lives in two different worlds. The Dublin-based soul singer’s artistic flair is evident in her striking look and vibrant clothing. But for many people, Garnett, or Loah as she is known on stage, is their local pharmacist in south Dublin.
- United Drug Sponsor JF Pharmacy Students
On Wednesday 24th September 2014 United Drug were in The School of Pharmacy, Trinity College Dublin to distribute complementary lab coats to the Junior Freshman Pharmacy students.