Dr. J. B. Campbell

Dr. James B. Campbell
Faculty of Medicine

Tenure 1903 - 1913

Born into a family of doctors, Dr. James B. Campbell graduated from Western's Medical School in 1898 after completing a B.A. and M.A. degree. Dr. Campbell assumed his father's London practice and was known to Victoria Hospital's nurses as the "Midnight Express" as he was constantly in a hurry to see patients.

Dr. Campbell joined the Faculty of Medicine in 1903 where he taught physiology. He was well liked by the faculty and students who affectionately called him "Smiling Jim" due to his good nature and quick humour.

Dr. Campbell died in 1920.