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Trinity College Dublin

College Green
D02 YY72 Dublin
Ireland

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Brief presentation of the institution

Trinity, through its research, educational programmes and partnerships with industry, has contributed significant social and economic impact to Ireland. At Trinity, the research excellence for which we are internationally renowned is translated to provide new solutions, technologies and processes to positively influence the world.

Main Radiomag related topics

Extensive expertise in:

-Physico-chemical characterization (PCC), in vitro experiment (2D and 3D in vitro models), static and dynamic models, multiparametric lead candidate identification, toxicity screening, biocompatibility, cell viability, hyperthermia testing and complementary expertise in safety (environmental, health and safety)._

-In vivo experiment: Animal model of cancer, Pharmacokinetics, MRI

Main Radiomag related research techniques and equipment

PCC:  DLS, NTA, EM, TEM, TEM-EDX, AFM, Raman, and other more specific.  in vitro: full cell culture and cell signalling facility for nanomaterials handling with assays, SOPs, guidance protocols and ISO protocols. Specialised in vitro cell culture system with microfluidics and 3D chambers. in vitro advanced and imaging techniques & methodologies: high content screening, high throughput screening, flow cytometry, confocal (single and 2- photon), AFM-Raman. in vitro assays: SOP development and validation. Hyperthermia: 5 celes system for in vitro and in vivo.

Research topics, techniques and equipment not related to Radiomag

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Brief information on available facilites

Preclinical 7T MRI scanner 

Radiation Biology Facility: Gulmay (Xtrahl) RS225 Irradiation Cabinet

Willingness to accept/host visiting researchers

Members:

Founding Members

Project Office

STSM



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