Canadian Medical Hall of Fame

Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada

The vinblastine story was a serendipitous one closely associated with diabetes. In 1952, Dr. Noble received an envelope from his brother Dr. Clark Noble containing 25 leaves from the Madagascar...
1997 Inductee
Dr. Louis Siminovitch studied chemistry at McGill University, earning his PhD in 1944. Research fellowships at the National Research Council Research Council in Ottawa (1944-47) and at the Institut...
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
Salter graduated in medicine from the University of Toronto in 1947. Following two years spent at the Grenfell Medical Mission in Newfoundland and Labrador, Dr. Salter returned to Toronto and...
1995 Inductee
Determined to investigate his hypothesis, Banting was recommended to Dr. J.J.R. Macleod at The University of Toronto, where he was hesitantly given laboratory space to conduct experiments on the...
1994 Inductee
Throughout Banting and Best's research at The University of Toronto, Banting completed the surgical work and Best conducted post-surgery chemical analyses. By the end of the summer, their hard work...
1994 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
A fine example of perseverance and determination, Charles Drake completed his MD at The University of Western Ontario and made his contributions from his clinical base in London, Ontario. He interned...
1994 Inductee
Early in his career, the Quebec government tasked Dr. Genest with investigating the methods of European research centres. Inspired by their multi-disciplinary approach, Dr. Genest returned to Quebec...
1994 Inductee

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