MAA Matters - Memoriam

In Memory of Dr. Nancy McKee, Class of 7T0
Nancy was guided by the principles of “what is right.” For the patient. For the student. For the young staff person. For the division. It is a legacy that continues to run deep....
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LIVES WELL LIVED We remember alumni who died recently...
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In Memory of Dr. Bill MacEachern, Class of 5T8
He was an exceptionally competent and knowledgeable dermatologist as well as a “really nice guy.”...
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LIVES WELL LIVED We remember alumni who died recently...
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Heart surgeon makes one breakthrough – then another
A giant in his field - It’s close to 70 years since Dr. Wilfred Bigelow from the Class of 3T8 revolutionized cardiovascular surgery....
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In Memory of Dr. Bernard Langer, Class of 5T6
Bernie, a “surgeon’s surgeon,” performed the first liver transplant in Toronto. As Chief of General Surgery at U of T, he pioneered subspecialty training. ...
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In Memory of Dr. Robert Douglas Burgess, Class of 7T4
Rob, a family practitioner in Whistler, British Columbia, was frequently whisked away by helicopter to attend to skiing injuries high on the mountains....
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LIVES WELL LIVED We remember alumni who died recently...
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In Memoriam
LIVES WELL LIVED We remember alumni who died recently...
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In Memory of Dr. Harold Aaron Stein, Class of 5T4
Harold practised ophthalmology for over 50 years, pioneered the ophthalmic assistant profession worldwide, was a U of T ophthalmology and vision sciences professor, and c...
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In Memoriam
LIVES WELL LIVED We remember alumni who died recently...
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In Memoriam
LIVES WELL LIVED We remember alumni who died recently...
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In Memory of Dr. Henry Berry, Class of 5T4
Dr. Berry was a neurology resident in Toronto and received his fellowship as an academic registrar at the National Hospital at Queen Square in London, England, from 1960...
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In Memory of Dr. Chris Newman, Class of 8T2
In 1989, Chris Newman started her career as a staff physician in the SickKids NICU, but even prior to that, she trained there both as a resident and a fellow. Her initial...
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