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Henry Friesen Award and Lecture

Sponsored by:

Henry Friesen Award Prize

The recipient will be required to write a review article to be published in CSCI’s Clinical and Investigative Medicine Journal, and will be expected to deliver a short lecture during the CSCI Annual Conference.

Prize

$3,000 to cover travel and hotel expenses to annual meeting

Honorary CSCI membership

Henry Friesen Award Prize

The recipient will be required to write a review article to be published in CSCI’s Clinical and Investigative Medicine Journal, and will be expected to deliver a short lecture during the CSCI Annual Conference.

  • $3,000 to cover travel and hotel expenses to annual meeting
  • Honorary CSCI membership

Sponsored by:

Selection Criteria and Eligibility

  • A Canadian scientist, MD or PhD who is notable for her/his contribution to biomedical or related research and who is actively involved in research at a Canadian university.
  • The research should be recognizable on the international field as novel and original and of the highest calibre.
  • The body of work should be of significant duration to be proven longitudinally.
  • The individual should serve as a role model to the membership of the CSCI and the RCPSC.

Selection Process

Review and prioritization of the candidates will be made by the CSCI Awards Committee and their recommendations will be forwarded to the CSCI Executive for ratification.

The Award

The award consists of $3,000.00 monies to cover travel and hotel expenses to the RCPSC/CSCI annual meeting and an honorary membership in the CSCI.

The recipient agrees to write a review article to be published in the Journal Clinical and Investigative Medicine. The article should be 2,000-3,000 words and submitted by October 1, 2019. The recipient will also be expected to deliver a 35-40 minute lecture during the CSCI Annual Conference. The lecture is to be more philosophical than scientific in topic in order to appeal to a broad audience.

Nomination Process

Nominations will be sought as widely as possible. The nomination package is to be sent to CSCI Office and should contain the following:

  • Letters from two (2) sponsors, the first being from the person proposing the candidate outlining the rationale for this nomination, the second being from a person who is seconding the nomination
  • The nominee’s curriculum vitae, including a full list of publications and a complete business mailing address and current e-mail address
  • Two of the nominee’s best publications (these can be of the nominee’s choosing)

Deadline for Nominations: June 3, 2019.

Note: Nominations and curriculum vitaes will be held for consideration by the committee for a total period of three (3) years.

Award Winners

2019

Not awarded.

2018

Dr. Davinder Jassal

University of Manitoba
2017

Dr. David Goltzman

2016

Not awarded.

2015

Dr. David Malkin

2014

Dr. Lorne A. Babiuk

Past Award Winners

2013 · Dr. Yusuf Salim
2012 · Dr. Morley Hollenberg
2011 · Dr. Fernand Labrie
2010 · Dr. Paul Kubes
2009 · Dr. Jean L. Rouleau

2008 · Dr. Michel G. Bergeron
2007 · Dr. Guy Rouleau
2006 · Dr. Jacques P. Tremblay
2005 · Dr. Katherine Siminovitch
2004 · Dr. Chaim Roifman

2003 · Dr. Michael Hayden
2002 · Dr. James Cameron Hogg
2001 · Dr. Charles Scriver
2000 · Dr. Alan Bernstein
1999 · Dr. Michel Chrétien

2003 · Dr. Michael Hayden
2002 · Dr. James Cameron Hogg
2001 · Dr. Charles Scriver
2000 · Dr. Alan Bernstein
1999 · Dr. Michel Chrétien