Dr. W. J. Deadman: 1940-41
- A former schoolteacher who graduated in medicine from U of T in 1913 and interned at Hamilton General Hospital.
- Trained at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore and returned to the HGH as Laboratory Director in 1920.
- Encouraged development of the Canadian Society of Laboratory Technologists. In 1936, established at HGH one of the first training schools for technologists in Canada.
- Well known for his work as a forensic pathologist.
Dr. James Miller: 1939-40
- Accepted Queen’s University chair of Pathology in 1920.
- Taught pathology at Queen’s until retirement in 1965.
- Two years after appointment at Queen’s, elected to the Royal Society, becoming president of Section V in 1931.
- Retired to Britain.
Dr. George Shanks: 1938-39
- First president of the OAP.
- A McGill graduate who, after retiring from the Indian Medical Service, took charge of Pathology at the Toronto Western Hospital.
- One of a committee of three who worked toward formation of the OAP.
- In 1948 became pathologist to the Veteran’s Hospital, Victoria, B.C.