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We are pleased to announce that Professor Sir John Bell has been selected for induction into the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame, for his pioneering advances in the era of translation research, bringing ground-breaking laboratory discoveries into the world of practical medicine.

Professor Sir John Bell © Canadian Medical Hall of Fame

Canadian Medical Hall of Fame Laureates are Canadian citizens whose outstanding leadership and contributions to medicine and the health sciences, in Canada or abroad, have led to extraordinary improvements in human health. Their work may be a single meritorious contribution or a lifetime of superior accomplishments. Pioneers in their field, they are role models who inspire young Canadians to pursue careers in the health sciences. "The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame is proud to welcome these six individuals whose outstanding contributions to health have made Canada, and the world, a better place," said Dr. William L. Orovan Chair of the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame. "Their impact is well documented, and they have earned their place alongside our 143 Laureates.

Read more on the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame website

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