Live 2018

During an event held at the Écomusée du Fier Monde on October 25, the Women’s Y Foundation honoured Dr. Emily G. McDonald, Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine, when she was recognized as the 2018 winner of the Prix Jeune femme en sport, santé et mieux-être during the Foundation’s annual inspirationELLE gala. Congratulations Dr. McDonald!
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On September 25 during an event held at Le Windsor, Dr. Heidi McBride, Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery at McGill University’s Faculty of Medicine, was celebrated among the Women’s Y Foundation’s 2018 Women of Distinction laureates for the Research and Innovation category. Congratulations Dr. McBride!
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Last July 3, Dr. Eugene Bereza was appointed by the Québec Council of ministers as a member of the Commission sur les soins de fin de vie. The Québec Commission sur les soins de fin de vie was created by the 2014 Act respecting end-of-life care.
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We wish to congratulate Dr. Pierre-Paul Tellier, Associate Professor of the Department of Family Medicine, for receiving the Honorary Scarlet Key from the McGill Alumni Association. The Scarlet Key Society began in 1925 as the official host and guide for dignitaries and special guests visiting the University. In 1938, a parallel organization called the Red Wing Society was established for female students, which later joined the Scarlet Key Society in 1971. The Society has since revised its constitution to focus on three main goals: recognition of leadership, service to the University and the greater community, and maintaining an organized Society for its members.
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We wish to congratulate Dr. Jeannie Haggerty, recipient of the 2018 Family Medicine Researcher of the Year Award from the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC). The Family Medicine Researcher of the Year Award recognizes a CFPC member who has made original and crucial contributions to research and knowledge building in family medicine in Canada. The work may encompass any aspect of primary care research, from clinical to health services to medical education. This award honours a researcher who has been a pivotal force in the definition, development and dissemination of concepts central to the discipline of family medicine.
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Over the last several months Dr. Robyn Tamblyn, Professor in the Department of Medicine and in the Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health has been twice-honoured as she was both named as the 2018 Justice Emmett Hall Laureate by the Justice Emmett Hall Memorial Foundation and selected as the 2018 recipient of the Peggy Leatt Award by the University of Toronto’s Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation. Congratulations Dr. Tamblyn!
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McGill students were in the spotlight at the recent Forces AVENIR gala, winning four prizes, including two grand prizes worth $15,000 each. Forces AVENIR celebrates Quebec high school, CEGEP and university students for their community involvement and commitment to making the world a better place.
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Dr. Bryce Taylor, Chair of the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame (CMHF), announced today the selection of six new laureates for induction into the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame, including Dr. Rémi Quirion, Quebec’s first Chief Scientist and Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at McGill University’s Faculty of Medicine. One of the world’s most frequently cited neuroscientists, Dr. Quirion is recognized for his pivotal role in advancing our knowledge in neuroscience and mental health. The new laureates will be officially inducted into the Hall of Fame during a ceremony held in association with McGill’s Faculty of Medicine on May 2, 2019 in Montréal. Congratulations Dr. Quirion!
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Drs. Sylvia and Richard Cruess have been selected as the 2018 recipients of the Abraham Flexner Award for Distinguished Service to Medical Education, given by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). The award, the AAMC’s most prestigious honour, was established in 1958 to recognize extraordinary individual contributions to medical schools and to the medical education community as a whole. The duo will be honoured during a ceremony to be held in Austin, Texas during the AAMC’s annual meeting in early November. Congratulations Drs. Cruess!
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During a ceremony held in Vancouver on the evening of September 13, six McGill Faculty of Medicine representatives were among the 44 Canadians recognized for their leadership in the health sciences through their election as Fellows of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences, one of the highest honours for individuals in the Canadian health sciences community. Elections are based on a nominating and peer review process that seeks to recognize those who are marked by a record of substantial accomplishment. Congratulations to all the new Fellows!
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