Celebrating your recent achievements
Congratulations to all faculty, staff and trainees on your recent accomplishments and successes.
Katherina Baranova, Medicine Class of 2020, and Paul Plantinga, Anatomical Pathology Resident, won poster awards at the Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Association of Pathologists in Niagara Falls.
Christina Chung, Aren Marshall and Renee
Dr. John Denstedt was honoured with the Karl Storz Lifetime Achievement Award from the Endourological Society. This international award recognizes a senior endourologist whose lifetime contributions have had a major impact in the field.
Dr. Jeffrey Dixon was awarded the 2019 Distinguished Service Award by the International Association for Dental Research.
Dr. Matthew Hebb received one of 74 operating grants from the Cancer Research Society for his project entitled, “Defining the potential of low-intensity intratumoral modulation therapy-based platforms to treat high fatality brain cancers.”
Matthew Hintermayer and Maedeh Naghibosadat completed their MSc degrees in Pathology. Naghibosadat was supervised by Savita Dhanvantari,
Dr. Danielle MacNeil was named a 2019 Cochrane Scholar by the American Academy of
Amanda Oakie from the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine successfully defended her
Dr. Lena Palaniyappan was appointed the Endowed Tanna Schulich Chair of Neurosciences & Mental Health. His research focuses on investigating the brain-based mechanisms of psychosis and depression.
Dr. David Spence was appointed to the Order of Canada, recognizing his pioneering work in atherosclerosis and stroke prevention.
Filip Todorovic from the Department of Biochemistry successfully defended his MSc thesis.