Liam J. Murphy Young Investigator Award

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Policy: Liam J. Murphy Young Investigator Award
Policy Nr: Sec 14
Target Review Date: 2018-12-31
Main Stakeholder: Managing Director

Background

The Liam J. Murphy Young Investigator Award was established in November 2006. The award is given to a young investigator every two years to a faculty member who has been on staff for less than six years and who shows evidence of developing a strong research program.

The award is granted every two years to one individual and announced at a departmental event.

Criteria for Evaluation

  • Multiple peer review publications
  • National or international recognition (invitation to present and speak)
  • Success in obtaining local or national funding

Selection

As this is a research award, Section Heads nominate individuals and present the candidates to Executive Committee who then vote via secret ballot.

The Award

The award will consist of:

  • A monetary award of $20,000 for research support
  • An engraved presentation to the awardee
  • The name of the awardee will be engraved on the plaque in the Department of Internal Medicine
  • The award is made available to an individual who holds an academic appointment at a University, Hospital or similar Institution to enable the individual to carry on research or similar work. The amount is to be paid directly to the University or Hospital. It cannot be used to incur a personal benefit to the individual.

Winners

Recipient Section Year
Dr. Chris Wiebe Nephrology 2018
Dr. Navdeep Tangri Nephrology 2016
Dr. Ryan Zarychanski Haematology / Oncology 2014
Dr. Ruth Ann Marrie Neurology 2012
Dr. Harminder Singh Gastroenterology 2010
Dr. Davinder Jassal Cardiology 2008
Dr. Laura Targownik Gastroenterology 2006