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Awards & Recognition

ICES brings together the best and brightest scientific talent. Many of our scientists are internationally recognized in their fields and receive national and international awards and recognition for their important work.

  • Clinical, Translational, and Outcomes Research Award

    2018: Awarded to Dr. Jennifer Flemming by the American Association for the Study of Liver Disease for "The Epidemiology, Natural History, and Healthcare Utilization of Young Adults with Cirrhosis - ENHAnCe Study."

  • Connaught Global Challenge Award

    2018: Dr. Laura Rosella awarded $250,000 to launch a global network to advance innovative research and training in predictive analytics. Read more.

  • Top 40 under 40

    2018: Dr. Laura Rosella named one of Canada's Top 40 Under 40. The annual list recognizes the achievements of 40 Canadians who have demonstrated remarkable success while under 40 years of age.

  • Frederic Newton Gisborne Starr Award

    2018: Awarded to Dr. Andreas Laupacis by the Canadian Medical Association (CMA). The highest award given by the CMA, this award honors those whose lifetime achievements serve as an inspiration to the medical profession in Canada.

  • Bryce Taylor Mentorship Award

    2018: Awarded to Dr. Nancy Baxter by the University of Toronto’s Department of Surgery. The award recognizes faculty members who emulate the traits of Dr. Bryce Taylor, a former surgeon-in-chief at the University Health Network and associate chair in the Department of Surgery. Dr. Taylor was highly regarded for his mentorship of students, residents, fellows and faculty, and was considered a role model for professionalism in surgery.

  • CIHR Canada Research Chair

    2018: Awarded to Dr. Murray Krahn in health technology assessment.

  • Heart and Stroke Foundation Mid-Career Investigator Award

    2018: Awarded to Dr. Gustavo Saposnik for "Improving stroke outcomes by making better decisions." Mid-Career Investigator awardees have a body of work that is well-recognized, frequently cited and considered by their peers to be influential and of excellent quality.

  • Heart and Stroke Foundation Mid-Career Investigator Award

    2018: Awarded to Dr. David Gladstone for "Protecting the brain from the heart: improving prediction and prevention of cardioembolic stroke." Mid-Career Investigator awardees have a body of work that is well-recognized, frequently cited and considered by their peers to be influential and of excellent quality.

  • Heart and Stroke Foundation Mid-Career Investigator Award

    2018: Awarded to Dr. Moira Kapral for "Stroke health service research program." Mid-Career Investigator awardees have a body of work that is well-recognized, frequently cited and considered by their peers to be influential and of excellent quality.

  • Deborah J. Cook Mentorship Award

    2018: Presented to Dr. Louise Rose by the Canadian Critical Care Trials Group. The annual award recognizes the importance of mentors in developing Canada’s next generation of critical care researchers. Dr. Rose was recognized for her contribution to the promotion of critical care research among Canadian fellows, graduate and post-graduate students, young investigators, research coordinators and allied healthcare providers.

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