For centuries, Trinity medics have contributed to medical education and practice around the world. William Stokes and Robert Graves and other famous physicians were clinical researchers of their day. They made observations, they wrote them up, they published them, they treated their patients, and they taught their students. These were the leaders, and we, at the School of Medicine, intend to preserve their legacy of preparing exceptional doctors who can lead the medical profession in the 21st century.
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"My father left me but one legacy, the blessed gift of rising early."
William Stokes (1804-1878), physician, Class of 1826.