Some notable figures in the history of Queen Square.
Athasit Vejjajiva, MBBS (Lond), Hon. FRCP (Glasg). FRCP, FRCP(T), FRACP, FACP, FACTM, FANA (born 1935) was Professor of Neurology and former Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Ramathibodi Hospital, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand, and former Rector of Mahidol University. He was also the former President of the Royal College of Physicians of Thailand and Vice-President of the World Federation of Neurology.
Eddie Phiroz Bharucha
President of the World Congress of Neurology (1989), vice president of the World Federation of Neurology (1969-1973), honorary member of the Association of British Neurologists, special member of the International Cerebral Palsy Society, and honorary member of the American Neurological Association.
Noshir H. Wadia
Universally regarded as the “founder of contemporary Indian neurology.”
John Clifford Richardson
As much as any individual, "Ric" Richardson influenced training of neurologists in Canada.