Canadian Medical Hall of Fame

Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada

Gallie obtained his MD at The University of Toronto in 1903. After completing additional training in New York, Dr. Gallie returned in 1906 to Toronto to join the surgical staff of the Hospital for...
2001 Inductee
In addition, Scriver developed and instituted a method of examining the blood of newborn infants to screen them for a number of inherited biochemical conditions, such as PKU and hypothyroidism,...
2001 Inductee
Remembering Dr. Sackett
2000 Inductee
In 1948, Drs. Barr and Bertram made a ground-breaking discovery when they identified a dense mass of chromatin (material containing the genetic code) present only in female nerve cells. With further...
1998 Inductee
Dr. Bondar was specifically interested in how eyes and ears help us balance and orient ourselves with respect to our surroundings. Additionally, her research into the effects of low gravity and...
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
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

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