Canadian Medical Hall of Fame

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In 1988, Lalonde received the World Health Organization Medal for his exceptional contribution to health policy, and in 2002, he was selected by the Pan America Health Organization as one of eleven...
2004 Inductee
Following a three year Fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota, LeClair returned to Canada to practice Internal Medicine and was active in numerous professional offices and medical,...
2004 Inductee
McCulloch received his MD from The University of Toronto in 1948. Upon graduation, he began his education in research at the Lister Institute in London, England. In 1957 he joined the newly formed...
2004 Inductee
Dr. Till completed his PhD at Yale University in 1957, and relocated to Toronto where he focused his studies on cell biology and the radiation sensitivity of mammalian cells. Since the 1980s, Dr...
2004 Inductee
Feindel completed his MD at McGill University and, after completing his PhD in neuroanatomy at Oxford University and his neurosurgical residency in Montreal, Dr. Feindel worked for two years together...
2003 Inductee
This exemplary educator began his career as a school teacher and principal in the Montreal area, while simultaneously continuing his studies in psychology. In 1932 he accompanied Dr. Karl Lashley,...
2003 Inductee
Dr. Hollenberg was particularly noted for his skill in recruiting and mentoring promising young researchers and practitioners. From 1981 to 1993 he was Director of the Banting and Best Diabetes...
2003 Inductee
Further research confirmed the effectiveness of this procedure and pointed the way to future projects. Between 1959 and 1964, Dr. Huggins and his colleagues in Chicago extended their research to...
2003 Inductee
Mustard received his MD from The University of Toronto and his doctorate from Cambridge University. Upon returning to Canada from graduate studies, Mustard became a Research Fellow in the Department...
2003 Inductee
From 1964 to 1972, Bradley held the position of Executive Director of the Glenrose Provincial Hospital, which he developed into a major resource for the treatment of handicapped and emotionally...
2001 Inductee
As an administrator, Dr. Friesen served on the Medical Research Council of Canada as President from 1991-2000, piloted the Council through challenging times with competence and diplomacy and...
2001 Inductee

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