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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.

  • American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Award

    2008: Study by Dr. Paul Nathan on "Risk based care in survivors of childhood cancer" selected as one of the “Major research advances in cancer treatment, prevention and screening” by ASCO.

  • Eminent Scientist of the Year Award

    2008: Awarded to Dr. Teresa To in the field of Pediatrics and Community Health Research, by the International Research Promotion Council (IRPC). Dr. To was chosen based on her research excellence in community health and her unique research contribution to the control of asthma. The IRPC presents the World Scientists Forum awards annually to researchers whose work has significantly affected medical care globally, especially in developing nations.

  • Dales Award in Medical Research

    2008-2011: Awarded to Dr. Teresa To by the University of Toronto, Life Sciences Committee.

  • Martin J. Bass Recognition Award for Exceptional Contribution to Family Medicine

    2008: Awarded to Dr. Moira Stewart by the University of Western Ontario Department of Family Medicine.

  • CIHR New Investigator Recognition Prize

    2008: Dr. Suzanne Cadarette awarded CIHR New Investigator Recognition Prize for Improving Medication Use, Health Care and Quality of Life through Innovative Health Outcomes Research

  • John Hastings Award for Excellence in Service to the University and the Community

    2008: Awarded to Dr. Ross Upshur by the Dalla Lana School of Public Health.

  • Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario Clinician Scientist Award

    2008-2011: Awarded to Dr. Gustavo Saposnik for "Premature Stroke Associated with Recency of Immigration to Ontario" (PRESARIO).

  • Cancer Care Ontario Team Innovation Award

    2008: Dr. Linda Rabeneck was a member of the team awarded for Canada’s First Portable Radiation Treatment Unit.

  • CIHR Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarship

    2008-2011: Awarded to Maria Chiu, ranked first in Canada, for “Race, Ethnicity and Cardiovascular Health (REACH): a population-based study in Ontario, Canada”.

  • CIHR/Canadian Patient Safety Institute Chair in Patient Safety and Continuity of Care

    Funded chair for research and personnel support awarded to Chaim Bell.