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Archibald Byron Macallum 1859-1934

Archibald Byron Macallum

Photo by Alan L Brown - Posted June, 2009

Adam Shortt

Photo from Google Street View ©2010 Google - Posted December, 2010

Archibald Byron Macallum

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Plaque Location

The County of Middlesex
The City of London
Inside the Middlesex Court House
on the southwest corner of Dundas Street and Ridout Street
on the wall in the reception area


Coordinates: N 42 58.926 W 81 15.261

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Plaque Text

Born at Belmont, Upper Canada, and educated at Toronto and Johns Hopkins, Macallum joined the faculty of the University of Toronto and established there the first physiological laboratory in Canada. As Professor of Biochemistry at Toronto (1908-18), Chairman of the National Research Council (1916-20), and Professor of Biochemistry at McGill (1920-29), Dr. Macallum was a pioneer in scientific medicine and an authority in the field of cellular microchemistry. The author of many scientific papers, he was elected F.R.S.C. in 1901 and F.R.S. in 1906. He died at London, Ontario.


Other plaques at this location
Adam Shortt 1859-1931
Edward Blake 1833-1912
Sir Arthur William Currie 1875-1933
Sir George William Ross 1841-1914

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