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Tercentenary Priorities

Maintaining the reputation of the School of Medicine as a centre of quality education and research means ongoing development. Our plan for 2007-2011 leading up to the Tercentenary will take our educational programmes to a higher, and a more international level.

To achieve this we are planning to accomplish a number of priorities, including:

  • Development of innovative teaching programmes
  • Key appointments in Cancer, Infection and Immunity and Neurosciences
  • Establishment of strategic partnerships in Ireland and internationally
  • Facilities development:
    • A new building for the School of Medicine on Trinity campus
    • Trinity Phase II research facilities in St. James's Hospital
    • Trinity Phase II research facilities in AMNCH
  • Creating research capacity for Trinity medical history collection
William Stoke

"Our greatest glory consists not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall"

Oliver Goldsmith (1730-1774), writer, poet and physician, Class of 1752.


Last updated 21 September 2016 by Tercentenary (Email).