Trinity College of Pharmaceutical Sciences was established in 1977 in Ireland. It is the oldest pharmaceutical institution in Ireland. School has gained national and international recognition for the advanced research. It has made research contribution in Advanced Drug Delivery, Allergy, Clinical Pharmacokinetics, Drug Design and Discovery, Drug Targeting and Transport, Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, Pharmaceutical Nanoscience, Natural Products, Neuropharmacology, Pharmacy Practice and Platelets. Trinity College of Pharmaceutical Sciences is offering undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Trinity College of Pharmaceutical Sciences is a part of Trinity College Dublin. Trinity College of Pharmaceutical Sciences is offering excellent career prospects. It is also providing employment opportunities in all areas such as community, hospital and industry, as well as in state services such as medicines licensing. A student who wishes to become a pharmacist pharmaceutical chemist must complete a four-year Pharmacy degree, complete twelve months practical training in an approved establishment under the supervision of a tutor-pharmacist and Pass the Societys Licence Examination.
The following is the list of scholars from Trinity College of Pharmaceutical Sciences who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences