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IIDR Trainees & Faculty Recognized with 2019 FHS Research Plenary Awards

Burrows Lab Masters students Derek Chan and Luke Yaeger received Outstanding Poster awards.

Congratulations to our many IIDR trainees and supervisors who were recognized last month at the 10th Annual Faculty of Health Sciences Research Plenary Awards reception.

Miller Lab researchers Hannah Stacey (PhD Candidate) and Ali Zhang (MD/PhD candidate) received awards for their Oral Presentations.

Every year, this multi-day, open forum plenary gives faculty, staff, and students across McMaster’s Faculty of Health Sciences and affiliated programs the wonderful opportunity to present, learn and celebrate McMaster’s latest research initiatives.

Combined, our past and present IIDR trainees received over 70 awards this year in various health science categories, based on overall research excellence and outstanding poster and oral presentations.

A special congratulations to Dr. Matthew Miller, who was recognized with a prestigious Health Sciences Graduate Student Federation award for Excellence in Graduate Supervision.

View the 2019 FHS Research Plenary Awards Reception program to learn more about this year’s event and award recipients.

PhD candidate Kara Tsang of Dr. Andrew McArthur’s lab received the 2019 FHS Graduate Programs Excellence Award.

IIDR principal investigator Prof. Matthew Miller was recognized with a Health Sciences Graduate Student Federation award for Excellence in Graduate Supervision.

 

Author:

Christy Groves