Canadian Medical Association

Vancouver; University of Glasgow (Scotland), 1953; Royal Army Medical Corps, Korean War; neurology; former professor and director of biomedical ethics, University of British Columbia (UBC). Died Sept. 10, 2017, aged 87. Survived by his wife Mary, 5 children and 9 grandchildren. "Vincent was a distinguished neurologist and much-loved teacher at UBC's Faculty of Medicine from 1973 to 1995, While his professional accolades and credentials are too numerous to mention, he was most proud of his Excellence in Teaching Award from UBC in 1993 and of being recipient of the Dr. William Marsden Award in Medical Ethics from the Canadian Medical Association, which recognized his work as a founding director of the Biomedical Ethics Program at UBC."