Published 18 November 2018
The Academic Unit of Neurology at Trinity College Dublin has established a 4-year scholarship in 2018 to support a PhD in Motor Neuron Disease. Awarded by the Andrew Lyndon Trust to Trinity College, this scholarship commemorates Andrew Lyndon’s struggle against MND. In 2018, this scholarship was awarded to Dr Rangariroyashe Chipika, who will conduct her research on changes in Brain Imaging and Signal Analysis in MND. At Trinity’s Academic Unit of Neurology, more than 35 researchers are working on various aspects of MND.
Trinity College Dublin is amongst the top institutions worldwide famous for its high research output. The College has state-of-the-art, world renowned facilities to promote and support cutting edge research in various fields. TCD enjoys reputation for quality education and academic excellence and is number one in Ireland for providing higher education to undergraduate and postgraduate students offering unique courses to students internationally.
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