Libin Honourees at UCalgary Medicine’s Celebration of Excellence Awards

DSC_0467On Feb 25, 2013, the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Medicine held its 5th Annual Celebration of Excellence ceremony and honoured Faculty award recipients of prestigious internal and external awards. Faculty, students and staff turned out for the lunch reception and presentation to pay tribute to the esteemed group. Each year, the Faculty adds even more people to the list of individuals to celebrate. Here are the Libin members who received recognition at yesterday’s event.

 

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Citation Awards
Dr. D. George Wyse
Citation Classic (More than 1,000 citations on a single paper)

Dr. Todd Anderson
Citation Classic (more than 1,000 citations on a single paper)

Distinguished Achievement Awards
Dr. Brenda Hemmelgarn
Canadian Academy of Health Sciences Fellow
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Medal Award

Dr. Todd Anderson
Canadian Academy of Health Sciences Fellow

Dr. Merril Knudtson
Order of Canada

Dr. Eldon Smith
Alberta Medical Assocation – Medal for Distinguished Service

Medical, Scientific and Education External Awards
Dr. Brenda Hemmelgarn, Dr. Braden Manns and the Interdisciplinary Chronic Disease Collaboration
Alberta Health Services President’s Excellence Award for Outstanding Achievements in Research

Dr. Norman Campbell
Hypertension Canada JG Fodor Award for prevention and control of hypertension

Dr. Doug Hamilton
NASA Exceptional Engineering Achievement Medal

Community and Service Awards
Dr. Eldon Smith
Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal

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