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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.

  • Albie Award for Best Writing in Global Political Economy

    Awarded to Prabhat Jha by Foreign Policy Magazine USA, 2011

  • Special President's Award

    Awarded to Prabhat Jha by the Global Organization of People of Indian Origin, India, 2011

  • Arthur Award for Rapid Scientific Impact

    Awarded to Prabhat Jha by St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto, Canada, 2011

  • Canadian Cardiovascular Society's Trainee Excellence in Education Award

    2011 - Awarded to Jacob Udell

  • CIHR Research Fellowship Award

    2011 — Awarded to Jacob Udell

  • Award for Outstanding Contribution to Family Medicine Research

    2011/2012: Awarded to Dr. Rick Glazier by the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Toronto for his research focused on health equity at the levels of population health, clinical care, healthy neighbourhoods, and health systems. The impact of his work has included bylaw and zoning changes in Peel Region with the goal of building healthier communities and participating at the highest levels in the evaluation and reform of primary health care policy in Ontario.

  • Canadian Child Health Clinician Scientist Program (CCHCSP) Doctoral Award

    2011 – 2015: Awarded to Dr. Rayzel Shulman for her project "An evaluation of a universal funding program for insulin pumps for youth with type 1 diabetes."

  • William Feldman Inaugural Award for Excellence in Paediatric Medicine Research

    2011: Presented to Dr. Catherine Birken for excellence in research.

  • Outstanding Family Medicine Research Article Award

    2011: Presented to Dr. Moira Stewart by The College of Family Physicians of Canada for “Integrating Physicians Services in the Home – An Evaluation of an Innovative Program”.

  • Tier I Canada Research Chair in Health Policy and Citizen Engagement

    2011 – 2018: Awarded to Dr. Andreas Laupacis to study the impact of social media and the Internet on citizen engagement with health services and policy.