IAP President 1967-68
Robert Hall More was born 16 December 1912 in Kitchener, Ontario and died 5 August 2003 in Kitchener, Ontario
Robert graduated with his MD from the University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada in 1939. He occupied a number of positions in Canada during his professional career, the most important of these being: Professor and Head of Department of Pathology, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario from 1951-1966 and Strathcona Professor of Pathology, McGill University, Montreal from 1967-1978. It was during his Presidency of the IAP that the decision was taken to revise the IAP constitution and restructure the International Academy of Pathology. This led to the establishment of the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP) as an organizational entity. Dr. More played an important guiding role in these developments. Robert was honored by McGill University Department of Pathology establishing The Robert More Fellowship for Graduate Studies in Pathology (1994- ). The Queen’s University Department of Pathology recognized his contributions by dedicating a modernized library in his name. His retirement was spent raising beef cattle.