ICES combines world-class research teams with health data to create objective, powerful insight on a variety of health service research topics relevant to Ontarians. By linking data from many sources, ICES researchers can obtain a comprehensive view of health and health care delivery. Research opportunities span a wide range of topics and disciplines, including: drug safety and effectiveness, health system performance, mental health and addictions, population health, primary care, surgery and transplantation as well as chronic diseases such as cardiovascular, kidney, respiratory or musculoskeletal issues, diabetes and cancer.
About ICES Research
American Thoracic Society Early Career Achievement Award
2015: The American Thoracic Society (ATS) Assembly on Behavioral Science and Health Services Early Career Achievement Award recipient Andrea Gershon for her scientific contributions in the area of lung disease.
US National Kidney Foundation International Distinguished Medal
2015: Awarded to Dr. Amit Garg. The medal honours the achievement of individuals who have made significant contributions to the field of kidney disease and extended the goals of the National Kidney Foundation. The foundation president presents medals each year to recognize the accomplishments of individuals through their clinical work, roles in academia, scientific discoveries or volunteer work in organizations similar to the foundation.
Principal investigators: Benchimol E, Murthy S
The Ottawa Hospital Academic Medical Organization,
Principal investigator: Rose L
Ontario Thoracic Society,
Co-investigators: Amin R, Cohen E, Gershon A, Guttmann A
Principal investigator: Marrie RA
Multiple Sclerosis Scientific Research Foundation,
Co-investigators: Banwell B, Maxwell C
Principal investigator: Rosella L
CIHR Partnership for Health System Improvement (PHSI)
Co-investigars: Stukel T, Booth G
Principal investigator: Baxter N
Canadian Breast Cancer Research Foundation,
Ontario Research Project Grant Program
Co-investigator: Sutradhar R