CSEM Inactive Awards & Grants
The following CSEM Awards and Grants are no longer active:<p
Dr. Antoni Nalecz Abstract Award
Sponsored by Sandoz/Novartis Canada.
Awarded to a graduate student or clinical fellow for the best abstract presented at the CSEM Annual Meeting (until 2003).
- 2003: Janine Woodrow
- 2002: Christopher Kovacs
- 2001: Jim Johnson and Barb Morash
- 2000: Geneviève Hamann
- 1999: Michelle Aarts
- 1998: Lilia D'Souza-Li
- 1997: Michelle Aarts
Dr. D. Harold Copp Young Investigator-In-Training Award
Awarded to a resident or post-graduate trainee who submitted the best oral abstract (prior to 2004, the second-best abstract) presented at the CSEM Annual Professional Conference.
- 2007: Brianne Thrush
- 2006: Laura Fick
- 2005: Sarah Wallbank
- 2004: Lucie Canaff and Janine Woodrow
- 2003: Gladys Valverde-Franco, Marie-Eve Dominique, Gurvinder Kenth, Yuhong Wei
- 2002: Julio Furlan
- 2001: Marjorie Robbins
- 2000: Dashen Wang
- 1999: Lucie Canaff
- 1998: Christopher Kovacs
- 1997: Marianne Sadar
The CSEM GSK Diabetes Young Investigator Grant
Sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline Canada.
This grant is awarded to an individual who has demonstrated excellence as an independent investigator in the area of diabetes or related research. This award includes a grant in support of the recipient’s research program in the amount of $25,000/year for two years.
- 2011: Minna Woo (Univsersity of Toronto)
- 2010: André Carpentier (Université de Sherbrooke)
Dr. Charles Hollenberg Young Investigator Award (Basic Science)
Awarded to an individual who has been a faculty member at a Canadian university for between 5 and 10 years (not necessarily continuous) and has demonstrated excellence as an independent investigator in basic science. The award includes a $20,000 grant in support of the awardee's research program, and the awardee presents a lecture describing her/his research at the CSEM Annual Professional Conference.
- 2015: Andrew Advani
- 2014: Johnny Deladoëy
- 2013: Ravi Retnakaran