Bingham Chair in Gastroenterology

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The Bingham Chair in Gastroenterology is named for Dr. John Bingham. The Bingham Chair in Gastroenterology, established in 2008, was created to advance research in the field of gastrointestinal disorders and Inflammatory Bowel Disease, named for Dr. John Bingham. Dr. Bingham contributed $1,000,000 towards this endowment. Dr. Bingham is a graduate of the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Medicine, Class of 1940. From 1940 to 1945, Dr. Bingham served as a naval surgeon, first in a Canadian destroyer attached to the British Navy in the Battle of the Atlantic and later stationed in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The generous contributions of the donors who made this chair possible include: Dr. John R. Bingham, Dr. Alfred E. Deacon Medical Research Foundation, Axcan Pharma Inc., Cathy & Bob Tallman, Leonard & Susan Asper, Marty & Michelle Weinberg & Family, Mr. Gerry Gray, Mr. James R. Morden, Mr. Thomas G. Frohlinger & Ms. Heather R. Pullman, Mr. Ulysses S. Wagner (estate), Ms. Gail S. Asper & Dr. Michael J. Peterson, Richard & Sheree Walder Morantz & Family, The Shenkarow Family and the Department of Internal Medicine Physician Faculty. The role is currently held by:

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