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1984 - 2011

1984

The first successful Stem Cell Transplant in Ireland carried out in St. James's Hospital by Prof. Shaun McCann. Since then all adult allogeneic Stem Cell Transplants in Ireland have been carried out in St. James's Hospital.

1988

Mercerís Institute for Research on Ageing at St. James's Hospital established.

1993

First Professorship of General Practice established.

1994

Trinity Centre for Health Sciences at St. Jamesís Hospital, providing accommodation for academic departments and a medical library, opened.

1998

Closure of the Meath and Adelaide Hospitals and the National Children's Hospital and their transfer to a new teaching hospital, the Adelaide and Meath Hospital, Incorporating the National Children's Hospital (AMNCH) in Tallaght.

2000

The completion of the Trinity Centre for Health Sciences at AMNCH.

2003

The Durkan Laboratory for Research on Leukaemia and the Institute of Molecular Medicine at St. James's Hospital established.

2005

Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience (TCIN) established.

2008

Construction of a new biomedical sciences building begins.

2011

Tercentenary


Last updated 21 September 2016 by Tercentenary (Email).