For centuries, Trinity medics have contributed to medical education and practice around the world.
For centuries, Trinity medics have contributed to medical education and practice around the world. Looking back at the early days of Graves and Stokes, the work of Dorothy Stopford Price and the innovation of people like Stethoscoope and Joly in radiation therapy, the School of Medicine has developed enormously and continues to deliver world-class education and research.
2011 was a tremendous year in the School's history with the Tercentenary celebrations and, coinciding with the anniversary, the opening of the state-of-the-art facilities in the new Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute, housing all preclinical medical training in the unique multidisciplinary research environment.
With the School's alumni as our ambassadors to the world, we can all be proud of Trinity medicine's past and its strong present and look forward to a bright future.