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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.

Showing Awards and Recognition for Life Stage Research Program

  • Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario Clinician Scientist Award

    2009-2012: Awarded to Dr. Robert Fowler for "Prospective economic analysis in the prophylaxis for thromboembolism in critical care trial".

  • Nursing Career Research Award

    2009-2012: Awarded to Dr. Linda McGillis Hall in the Nursing Senior Career Award Recipient category. The Nursing Secretariat at the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) supports outstanding researchers in the province who are in the various stages of their careers, to carry out independent research in nursing services in Ontario. The overall goal of the program is to facilitate the development of nursing health systems research personnel in Ontario.

  • Canadian Operational Research Society Practice Prize

    2009: Awarded by the Canadian Operational Research Society (CORS) to Dr. Michael Carter for "Modelling the Future of the Canadian Cardiac Surgery Workforce Using Systems Dynamics"

    The purpose of the prize is to recognize outstanding operational research (O.R.) practice and to focus attention on O.R. and its applications by practitioners from Canada by attracting quality papers to the CORS National Conference.

  • Emmett Hall Memorial Lectureship

    2009: Dr. Raisa Deber recipient. One of Canada’s most prestigious lectureships, the Emmett Hall Memorial Lectureship commemorates the father of Canadian medicare with an annual address at the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference.

    Sponsored by the Hall Foundation, the lecturer is nominated on the basis of outstanding contributions to the health ideals articulated by Justice Hall: equity, fairness, justice and efficiency.

  • CIHR Canada Research Chair

    2009: Awarded to Dr. Jeremy Grimshaw in health knowledge transfer and uptake to study factors that influence the behaviour of health care professionals, and methods to help them use health knowledge more effectively. Read more about Dr. Grimshaw's chair.

  • CIHR New Investigator Award

    2009-2014: CIHR New Investigator Award in Aging awarded to Dr. Susan Bronskill for Prescribing Quality in Long-Term Care Homes: Correlation Between Indicators of Overuse, Underuse and Misuse.