Meet our Laureates

Six Canadian medical heroes are inducted annually into the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame. Their work may be a single meritorious contribution or a lifetime of superior accomplishments.  Pioneers in their field, they are role models of excellence in health in Canada and the world.
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    Marco Marra, PhD

    Cells, Genetics & Genomics, Cells, Genetics & Genomics

    For decades, Dr. Marco Marra has pushed the boundaries of scientific knowledge in an effort to better understand human genomics. His visionary and…

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    Cheryl Rockman-Greenberg, MDCM

    Cells, Genetics & Genomics, Skin, Bones, Muscles & Joints, Patient Care, Women in Medicine, Cells, Genetics & Genomics, Skin, Bones, Muscles & Joints

    By developing diagnostic tests, screening programs, and treatments for disorders once untreatable and poorly understood,…

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    Judith G. Hall, MD

    Cells, Genetics & Genomics, Cells, Genetics & Genomics, Leadership in Organizational Development, Women in Medicine

    For over four decades, Dr. Judith Hall has been at the international forefront of genetic and pediatric research.

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    Ronald Worton, PhD

    Cells, Genetics & Genomics, Leadership in Organizational Development

    Ronald Worton is known around the world for his work in human genetics and his isolation of the Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy gene.

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    Charles Scriver, MD

    Cells, Genetics & Genomics, Public Health, Health Promotion & Advocacy, Skin, Bones, Muscles & Joints

    Known as the father of modern genetics in Quebec, Dr. Charles Scriver furthered our understanding of many childhood genetic disorders and…

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