Celebrating our achievements

If you are interested in applying for an award, visit the Schulich Medicine & Dentistry awards page.

Congratulations to Dr. Anthony Jevnikar, Co-director of the Multi-Organ Transplant Program and Director of the Matthew Mailing Centre for Translational Transplant Studies, for receiving the 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Canadian Society of Transplantation. Dr. Jevnikar is being recognized for dedicating his career to improve the lives of kidney transplant recipients. Read More.

Congratulations to Dr. Dale Ziter, MD'82. He is being recognized for his extraordinary commitment to his patients and community with the Regional Family Physician of the Year Award, presented by the Ontario College of Family Physicians. Dr. Ziter is the academic director for the Family Medicine Residency Program at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry – Windsor Program. Read More.

Congratulations to Dr. Kenneth Wright, founder of the Dental Outreach Community Service (DOCS) program at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry, on receiving a Governor General’s Caring Canadian Award from Governor General David Johnston during a ceremony in Toronto on November 10, 2015. The award recognizes Canadians who have made a significant, sustained and unpaid contribution to their community. Read More.

Congratulations to the following individuals who successfully completed the Faculty Development Teaching Certificate: Dr. Shanti Rao, Department of Family Medicine, Schulich Windsor Program and Dr. Mohamad Elfakhani, Department of Psychiatry.

Congratulations to the 2015 Dean's Research Grant Initiative recipients. Drs. Douglas Fraser, Roberto Hernandez-Alejandro and Manuel Montero-Odasso are this year’s Dean’s Research Grant Initiative recipients. Read More.

Four students from the Foster lab received scholarships supported by the Breast Cancer Society of Canada and the Pamela Greenaway-Kohlmeier Translational Breast Cancer Research Unit at London Health Sciences Centre’s London Regional Cancer Program. Congratulations to: Jenna Kara, MSc Candidate; Ashley Makela, MSc Candidate; Katie Parkins, MSc Candidate; Donna Murrell, PhD-MClSc Candidate. Read More.

The votes are in and the top-five favourite game-changing Ontario research discoveries, as voted on by the public, were announced by Research Matters on November 12. Amongst the favourites are discoveries made by Frederick Banting and Fred Possmayer, PhD'65. Read More.