Is it haunted? Little-known facts about our 100-year-old building
The historical building that houses the Royal College turns 100-years-old in 2021. Take a curated stroll, with audio clips and photos, to learn its hidden secrets.
Canadian innovation in aviation medicine: Beyond the Franks Flying Suit
During the Second World War, Canadian research teams would become pioneers in the field of aviation medicine for inventing the Franks Flying Suit.
Canada’s three chairs of military medicine
Between 2012 and 2014, the Canadian Forces established three chairs of military medicine, each one named after medical researchers who served as military medical officers during the Second World War and beyond.
Connaught Laboratories and wartime production of Canadian penicillin
Connaught Laboratories and its production of penicillin played an instrumental role in the Canadian war effort.
Dr. Charles Best: Blood serum research during the Second World War
Dr. Best’s ability to connect disparate groups to function cohesively towards a single goal is of lasting importance to the history of medicine in Canada.
Expansion and growth: How Dr. Padmos changed the Royal College
Dr. Padmos is retiring from the role of CEO this month. Read about his visionary leadership, and efforts to shape and steer the Royal College over the past 13 years.