Celebrating your achievements
Marjorie Johnson, who teaches in the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, is among the university’s most decorated instructors. She holds the university’s ‘Big 3’ teaching honours: the Edward G. Pleva Award for Excellence in Teaching, a 3M National Teaching Fellowship and a teaching award from the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations. Read More.
Congratulations to Alexander Moszczynski, PhD Candidate, on being awarded the Harold Brett Memorial Fellowship.
Kamila Premji, PhD Candidate, recently co-authored a paper with Bill Hogg, MClSc’93, entitled, “Let’s Not Confuse Measurable with Meaningful in Primary Care.” It was published on Healthy Debate.
Congratulations to Jacqueline Kueper, MSc Candidate, who recently won the Carol Buck Graduate Scholarship in Epidemiology. The Scholarship, established to honour Dr. Carol Buck, is presented annually to an outstanding graduate trainee.
James Armstrong, MD/PhD Candidate, has been awarded an IRF studentship from Lawson Health Research Institute for his research entitled, “The Clinical and Molecular Basis of Wound Healing Modulation in Glaucoma Surgery”.
Congratulations to Yohan Kim, PhD Candidate, for having his paper entitled, “Quantification of Cancer Cell Extravasation in vivo” which was published in Nature Protocols.