Canadian Medical Hall of Fame

Heart and Stroke

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
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
After studying medicine at the University of Montreal, Dr. David pursued a new science yet in its infancy: cardiology. His early years of training with renowned cardiologists Paul Dudley White in...
2011 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
Charles Miller Fisher attended the University of Toronto Medical School and graduated in 1938. During the Second World War, Dr. Fisher was in a German prison camp for three and a half years. He...
1998 Inductee
Bigelow earned his MD from the University of Toronto in 1938, and this was followed by a surgical residency at Toronto General Hospital. During World War II he served as a surgeon in casualty...
1997 Inductee
Dr. Barnett was recognized internationally for leading some of the most important clinical trials investigating stroke treatments. He conducted the first randomized clinical trials on a global level...
1995 Inductee
William Thornton Mustard graduated in medicine from the University of Toronto in 1937. After a distinguished career in the Canadian Army Medical Corps where he was awarded the Member of the British...
1995 Inductee
Abbott focused her research on congenital heart defects and, with her expertise of pathological specimens, became a popular demonstrator among medical students at the university. In 1910, McGill...
1994 Inductee

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