2016 AWARD RECIPIENTS

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2016 CST Award Recipients


CST Lifetime Achievement Award

Dr. Norman Kneteman

Awarded to a well established transplant physician surgeon or scientist for their internationally recognized work in the field of transplantation and participation in the development of transplantation activities in Canada.


CST Clinician Recognition Award

Dr. Bryce Kiberd

In recognition of exemplary commitment to the CST mission through excellence in front-line clinical innovation, program development, humanitarianism and/or education.


CST Research Excellence Award

Dr. Nazia Selzner

In recognition of research achievement and excellence in the field of transplantation.


Astellas CST Clinical Research Grant Program

Dr. Kathryn Tinckam

Title: CAN DSA 1000: The Canadian 1000 DSA Project

Co-Investigators: Patricia Campbell, Peter Nickerson, Michael Mengel

The Astellas CST Clinical Research Grant Program supports peer-reviewed research that addresses barriers in the field of transplantation, with the ultimate goal of advancing long-term health outcomes and quality of life for Canadian transplant patients. The primary focus of the Program is to support a clinical research project related to solid organ transplantation.


CST Fellowship Program

Dr. Manujendra Saha

Title: Evaluating the protective role of a novel mitochondria-targeted hydrogen sulphide donor molecule against ischemia reperfusion injury in a porcine model of donation after cardiac death renal transplantation.

The purpose of the CST Fellwoship Program is to help foster the development of a research trainee in the field of transplantation in Canada, who demonstrates significant promise to develop into an independent researcher and make a substantial contribution to the field of transplantation.

 


CST Allied Health Group, Research Grant

Ms. Judy Jung, RN

Title: Giving a voice to the anonymous: improving predictors for psychosocial suitability in anonymous living liver donation and post-donation outcomes.

The Allied Health Group Research fund supports and promotes research excellence among its Allied Health membership across Canada by providing start-up funds, funding transplant related research projects related to improvements in patient care or satisfaction.


CST Lung Group, Dr. Joel D. Cooper Award

Dr. Helmut Unruh

Recognition of a lung transplant professional who has made an outstanding contribution to the field of lung transplantation in Canada, either through innovation, outstanding clinical care or scientific achievement.


CST Lung Group - Travel Awards

Mr. Liran Levy
Ms. Huiqing Lin
Ms. Angela Koutsokera
Mr. Nader Aboelnazar

CST Lung Group offers up to 4 travel bursaries for CST Lung Group, Allied Health or Trainee Members to attend the CST Annual Scientific Meeting.


CST Pediatric Group, Paediatric Transplant Trainee Research

Best Paediatric Transplant Abstract, Basic Science
Dr. Ibrahim Adam

Title: Anti-A immune response in mice to ABO-blood carbohydrates antigen is T cell dependent

Best Paediatric Transplant Abstract, Clinical Science
Dr. Eberhard Lurz

Title: Frailty in Children with chronic liver disease: the first description of an established adult concept in children.


CST Pediatric Group, Associate Member Travel Bursary

Ms. Tanya Hesser

The intent of the Paediatric Group Associate Member Travel Award is to help facilitate the attendance of allied health professionals at the Annual CST Paediatric Special Interest Group Annual Dinner and Business Meeting who might not otherwise have the opportunity or resources to attend.


CST Pharmacist Group - Continuing Education Bursary

Ms. Nicola Rosaasen

The CST Pharmacist Group provides a Continuing Education Bursary to help support its members who have submitted an abstract with funds to help offset the costs of travel and attendance to the CST Annual Scientific Meeting.