Canadian Medical Hall of Fame

Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada

No one has done more than Professor Bliss to preserve and commemorate the legacy of Canada’s first Nobel Laureates whose discovery alleviated suffering for millions and brought attention to the...
2016 Inductee
Dr. Hall completed medical school at The University of Washington and was also awarded a master’s of science degree in genetics for coursework and research done with Arno Motulsky. After completing a...
2015 Inductee
Upon completion of his medical degree, Dr. Langer completed postgraduate surgical training in Toronto, Houston and Boston.  He joined the Toronto General Hospital as a staff surgeon in 1963 and...
2015 Inductee
In 1981, Dr. Montaner joined UBC and completed his postgraduate and residency training.  As a young internist, he treated some of the earliest cases of AIDS in Canada.Since 1998, he has been the...
2015 Inductee
Dr. de Bold undertook his university training in the Faculty of Chemical Sciences at the National University of Córdoba, Argentina, where he obtained a professional degree in Clinical Biochemistry....
2014 Inductee
Dr. Mackenzie received his BSc in 1927 and MD in 1932 from Dalhousie University and was honored as one of two Malcolm Honor Society Medal Winners. He began surgery training at McGill then moved to...
2014 Inductee
Dr. Murray completed his undergraduate education at St. Francis Xavier University and graduated with honours from Dalhousie Medical School in 1963. Following two years in general practice, he trained...
2014 Inductee
His work enabled definitive diagnosis and prognosis, a clear path to potential therapy and prevention through genetic counselling and prenatal diagnosis, and was pivotal in enabling identification of...
2014 Inductee
Medically qualified in Bangalore in 1976, Dr. Yusuf received a Rhodes Scholarship and earned a DPhil from Oxford, during which time he (along with Richard Peto and Peter Sleight) initiated the...
2014 Inductee
After obtaining his medical degree at the Albany Medical College in 1975, Dr. Hakim chose to focus his research on strokes, an unpopular area of study at the time. Completing his residency at the...
2013 Inductee
Dr. Naimark received his medical degree in 1957 from The University of Manitoba. He joined the faculty of medicine as an assistant professor in 1963 and in three short years he became the head of the...
2013 Inductee
After completing his medical degree at l’Université Laval and his paediatric training at McGill and Harvard, he spent six years at the University of Colorado where he began an academic career in...
2013 Inductee

Pages