Congratulations

The strength of any department lies in its’ members and their achievements and awards. Congratulations are extended to:

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has granted a patent to Dr. Suresh Mishra’s team in the Section of Endocrinology & Metabolism on novel “preclinical models for obesity and obesity-linked cancer (Mito-Ob)”. These preclinical models are developed using an innovative approach by simultaneously manipulating adipose and immune functions in the body. Consequently, they spontaneously develop obesity and obesity-linked cancer in a well-defined timely manner, and have created new research opportunities. Their various uses include: 1) Discovery and development of new therapeutic targets for obesity and obesity-linked cancer, 2) Various types of intervention studies and 3) Preclinical drug screening.

Dr. Daniel Sitar, Professor  Emeritus Section of Clinical Pharmacology, has been granted an Honorary Life Membership Award by the College of Pharmacy of Manitoba for meritorious service and professional contributions to Pharmacy.

The Aubie Angel Young Investigator Award for Clinical Research Committee selected Dr. Chris Wiebe (Section of Nephrology) as the 2018 recipient of the Aubie Angel Young Investigator Award. The awards ceremony will take place Tuesday, June 12 at 10am in Theatre B in the Basic Medical Sciences Building.

The 2018 Internal Medicine Residents’ Educator of the Year Award was presented to Dr. Aditya Sharma (Section of General Internal Medicine) in recognition of his dedication and teaching excellence.

Congratulations are extended to Dr. Justin Cloutier who was selected by the 2018 Max Rady College of Medicine and Presidents Council Residents Appreciation Reception planning committee as this year’s recipient of the Resident of the Year Award.

The Dale Iwanoczko Award was awarded to Dr. Jeffrey Wheeler in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the Core Internal Medicine Residency Program demonstrating commitment, compassion, caring and integrity.

The Internal Medicine Subspecialty Resident Teaching Award, recognizing a subspecialty resident who exemplifies excellence in teaching and supervision, was awarded to Dr. Rachel Fainstein.

 

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