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Richard G. Goldbloom, MD
Patient Care, Health & Humanities
Scholar, scientist, and administrator, Richard Goldbloom devoted his life to improving the lives of children.
Michel Chrétien, MD
Physician/endocrinologist Michel Chrétien is an incomparable researcher. He discovered γ-lipotropin in 1967 and was the first to propose the…
F. Estelle R. Simons, MD
Infectious Disease, Allergy & Immunity
Dr. Estelle Simons, a clinician scientist, is internationally renowned for research on the pharmacologic management of allergic diseases,…
Sir Charles Tupper, MD
Patient Care, Leadership in Organizational Development, The Early Days - Health Care Pioneers, Health Policy
After 13 years as a practicing physician, Sir Charles Tupper turned his sights to political service and rose to become the only physician to…
Mark Wainberg, PhD
Global Health, Public Health, Health Promotion & Advocacy, Patient Care, Infectious Disease, Allergy & Immunity
Mark Wainberg’s research and advocacy around access to AIDS treatment are acknowledged to have helped save millions of lives.
David Naylor, MD DPhil
Public Health, Health Promotion & Advocacy, Leadership in Organizational Development, Health Policy
Accomplished physician-scientist C. David Naylor is broadly recognized for his visionary and extensive contributions to health research, education…
Michael Bliss, PhD
Health & Humanities, Health and Medical Education & Training
One of Canada’s eminent medical historians, Michael Bliss chronicled Canada’s heritage of medical research, health care, and scientific…
Gordon Guyatt, MD
Evidence-based Medicine & Clinical Trials, Patient Care
Gordon Guyatt is among the earliest and most effective champions of the transformative advance in health care known as Evidence-Based Medicine …
May Cohen, MD
Patient Care, Leadership in Organizational Development, Health and Medical Education & Training, Women in Medicine
May Cohen has championed the unique concerns of women in medicine and pioneered the inclusion of women’s health in medical education.