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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.

  • Connaught New Researcher Award

    2013: Awarded to Dr. Suzanne Cadarette for Glucocorticoid-induced osteoporosis management. The program is designed to foster excellence in research and innovation among researchers at the assistant professor level who are within the first five years of their first academic appointment.

  • Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada Personnel Award Competition New Investigator Awards

    2013: Barnett Scholarship awarded to Dr. Clare Atzema for Atrial fibrillation in the emergency room, the AFTER study.

  • 2013-2014 Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada Personnel Award Competition, Distinguished Clinician Scientist

    2013 - 2014: Awarded to Dr. Harindra Wijeysundera by the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada for Evaluating therapeutic decision making, outcomes and resource utilization in chronic stable angina, an interprovincial population-based study.

  • Heart and Stroke Foundation Grant-In-Aid Competition

    2013: Awarded to Dr. Clare Atzema for Follow-up care after a visit to the emergency department: assessing the frequency and timeliness in patients with chronic cardiovascular diseases.

  • Fonds de recherche Santé Québec Salary Award

    2013: Awarded to Dr. Philip Awadalla

  • CIHR Doctoral Scholarship

    2013-2016: Awarded to Dr. Serene Kerpan for the project "Good health now, good health for the future: post-secondary education, physical activity, and aboriginal health".

  • University of Ottawa Department of Medicine Research Fellowship Award

    2013 – 2015: $40,000 awarded to Dr. Amber Molnar.

  • Outstanding Contribution to Family Medicine Research

    2013: Presented to Dr. Eva Grunfeld by the Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto. The award acknowledges an outstanding contribution to family medicine research which includes research productivity, mentoring, teaching, administration, departmental contributions, and national and international recognition.

  • CIHR Chair in Gender, Work and Health

    2013: Awarded to Dr. Angela Colantonio to study "Gender, work and traumatic brain injury: Addressing the gap in OHS research, policy, and practice." The chair provides $800,000 over 5 years for the research.

  • Robert Hyland Award for Excellence in Mentorship

    2013: Awarded to Dr. Gillian Hawker by the University of Toronto Department of Medicine. The award is designed to recognize a senior faculty member who has served as an outstanding mentor, helping new faculty members develop their professional careers.