Celebrating your achievements
Congratulations to all faculty and staff on their recent accomplishments, honours and awards.
Dr. Ross Feldman, Professor Emeritus, was named to the Order of Canada. As one of the nation's highest honours, the Order recognizes those "whose service shapes our society; whose innovations ignite our imaginations; and whose compassion unites our communities."
Dr. Douglas Fraser received a 2018 Innovation Fund Award in the category of Women and Children from the Innovation Fund Provincial Oversight Committee.
A new award from the Canadian Organization of Medical Physicists honours Professor Emeritus Jerry Battista,
Congratulations to Dr. Jamie Wickett and Fabiana Crowley,
Terri MacDougall received the 2018 UME Scholar of Merit Award for staff from the Quality Council.
Dr. Aaron Grant received an award for the Outstanding Virtual Poster Presentation for his poster, “Variability of supervisory styles in the operating room”.
Dr. Tim Doherty received the 2018 St. Joseph’s MAC Award, for demonstrating qualities of leadership and providing
Dr. Alan Gob received the 2018 LHSC MAC Award. The Award recognizes an individual for demonstrating qualities of leadership and providing outstanding contributions to the success of initiatives aligning with the strategic direction of London Health Sciences Centre.
Dr. Louise Moist received the Joint MAC Chairs’ Award which is presented to an individual who has actively contributed to the recent success and best practices of the MAC or its subcommittees.
Dr. Andrew House received the Joint MAC Award which recognizes those who demonstrate qualities of leadership within the scope of their position or for providing outstanding contributions to the success of initiatives aligning with the strategic directions of London Health Sciences Centre and St. Joseph’s Health Care London.
Dr. Kylea Potvin received the LHSC President’s Award for physician leadership.
Dr. Michael Craig, Dr. Jeffrey Price, and Dr. Craig Kung received teaching awards from the Department of Family Medicine. These awards are given to department members who have been identified by the students as providing excellent mentorship, clinical and/or classroom teaching during the undergraduate years.
Timothy Scholl, PhD, Assistant Professor and scientist at Robarts Research Institute, has been renewed as an Ontario Institute for Cancer Research (OICR) Investigator for a five-year term. Scholl's innovations in magnetic resonance spectroscopy incorporate the development and application of novel imaging methods to the study of cellular metabolism, including characterization of tissue pH and sodium concentrations.