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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

  • Award of Excellence in Nursing Research

    2011: Presented to Dr. Linda McGillis Hall by the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (CASN). This award recognizes the individual accomplishments of a faculty member of CASN who demonstrates sustained research activity in a substantive area of relevance to nursing practice, education, and research or policy development, along with the ability to succeed in obtaining intramural and extramural funding for research activities.

  • Rural Service Award

    2011: Presented to Dr. Ben Chan by the Society of Rural Physicians of Canada (SRPC). The Rural Service Award (RSA) was introduced in 2002 to provide recognition for physicians who have done solid work in rural communities over the years. The award is presented to physicians who have been members of the SRPC for 5 consecutive years and have served rural Canada for 10 years.

  • Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship

    2011 – 2014: Awarded to Dr. Liz Darling by CIHR for her research project "The impact of the implementation of the Canadian Paediatric Society's guidelines on the detection, management and prevention of hyperbilirubinemia: a population health perspective"

  • Toronto East General Hospital Chief of Staff Choice Award for Research Leadership

    2011: Awarded to Dr. Louise Rose.

  • Commonwealth Fund Harkness Fellow

    2011 – 2012: Awarded to Dr. Robert Fowler for "Comparing Intensity of Care Received at the End of Life in the United States and Canada" which looked to quantify differences in intensity and costs of end-of-life care for Americans and Canadians over age 65. His measures included hospital admissions, number of physicians seen, admission to the intensive care unit, provision of mechanical ventilation, and receipt of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. He conducted a population-based cohort study of all decedents in the U.S. and Canada, using a retrospective, 2-year look-back design between 2003 and 2011.