Dr. T.J. Jock Murray is a neurologist who was Director of the Dalhousie Multiple Sclerosis Unit, Dean of Medicine at Dalhousie University, and Professor of Medical Humanities.
He is a past president of the American Osler Society, the Canadian Neurological society and Chairman Emeritus of the American College of Physicians.
His interest in the history of medicine is reflected in his many publications, including a history of Dalhousie Medical School and a history of multiple sclerosis. He has written on 18th century medicine and was president of the Dr. Samuel Johnson Society in England. He donated many of his books on medical history and humanities to Dalhousie University. The collection also contains archival materials.