Dr. William Boyd: 1943-44
- Born in Portsoy, Scotland; received medical degree from University of Edinburgh in 1908.
- Emigrated to Winnipeg after WWI, becoming Professor of Pathology at University of Manitoba.
- Authored several pathology textbooks; taught at both U of T and University of British Columbia.
- Recognized for services as pathologist and as founding member of National Cancer Institute with Order of Canada in 1968.
- Died of pneumonia at age 93 in Toronto.
Dr. William Magner: 1942-43
- Born and educated in Cork, Ireland.
- Became Chief Pathologist and Director of Laboratories at St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto in 1921.
- Associated with U of T from 1921, becoming Assistant Professor of Pathology in 1938.
- Passed away May, 1952.
Dr. F. W. Luney: 1941-42
- Graduated from UWO, 1914.
- Director of Laboratories from 1927 until retirement in 1961; Associate Professor of Pathology (UWO) for 44 years.
- Pioneered blood transfusions in London ON while serving as provincial pathologist at former Institute of Public Health.
- Established pathology and biochemistry lab at St. Joseph’s Hospital, London ON.
- Passed away February, 1987 at age 94