John O. Parker made a positive difference in Canadian medicine and cardiology. His contributions to cardiovascular medicine and to Queen's University are internationally recognized and will long be remembered. A prize winning medical graduate of Queen's in 1954, Jack undertook further training at Queen's and then spent a two-year research fellowship in the cardiopulmonary laboratory of the Nobel laureate, Andre Cournand. Thereafter, Jack received a McLaughlin Travelling Fellowship that permitted him to complete a final year of training in Paris and London (at the National Heart Hospital).
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