Canadian Medical Hall of Fame

Health Leadership

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
In 1975, when natural resources revenues provided the Province of Alberta with a substantial surplus, Premier Lougheed had the foresight to envision a Heritage Foundation for the future support and...
2001 Inductee
Thomas Clement Douglas earned his BA at Brandon College and graduated with his MA from McMaster University in 1933. Two years later, Douglas won his first election. This would be the start of his 44...
1998 Inductee
Ray Fletcher Farquharson entered medical school at the University of Toronto in the fall of 1917 and left in the spring of 1918 to enlist as a gunner in the Canadian Field Artillery. His artillery...
1998 Inductee
Dr. Gustave Gingras graduated from The University of Montreal medical school in 1943 and would go on to become one of the greatest names in Canadian medicine. Gingras's work with paraplegics at the...
1998 Inductee
Dr. Wilfred Thomason Grenfell received his medical training at the London Hospital and MD from Oxford University in 1889. He was an unmotivated medical student until inspired by a tent evangelist to...
1997 Inductee
His lifetime interest in the field of endocrinology began while studying under the famed endocrinologist, Dr. J.B. Collip. Following completion of his PhD, Browne was awarded a travelling fellowship...
1994 Inductee

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