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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.
In recognition of exemplary commitment to the CST mission through excellence in front-line clinical innovation, program development, humanitarianism and/or education.
In recognition of research achievement and excellence in the field of transplantation.
Dr. Jeffrey Schiff
In recognition of exemplary commitment to the CST mission through excellence in teaching and educational program development, as part of the care of Canadian organ transplant patients.
Title: Enabling informed shared decision making about living kidney donation for members of African, Caribbean and Black (ACB) communities Ð co-developing a community based framework to improve risk discussions for potential living kidney donor candidates
Title: ABO-histocompatibility: 21st-century ABO antibody testing for kidney transplantation
Title: Semi-Elective Lung Transplantation Using a 10C Cold Static Preservation
Title: Validation of the Intraventricular Balloon Technique as an Alternative Functional Assessment of Donation After Circulatory Death Heart
Title: Post-Traumatic Stress as a Determinant of Quality of Life in Pediatric Solid Organ Transplant Recipients
Title: Investigating novel methods for extending the preservation period of donor lungs offered for transplantation
Title: The threshold of cumulative calcineurin inhibitors exposure and underlying pharmacogenomics as a risk factor for chronic kidney disease in non-renal solid organ transplant recipients
Title: Evaluation of novel diagnostic tests in exhaled breath condensate (EBC) for Aspergillus infection in lung transplant recipients
Title: Metabolic rehabilitation through intermittent normothermic ex vivo lung perfusion (EVLP) usage allows for successful 3-day preservation
Title: Monitoring chronic lung allograft dysfunction by quantifying renin angiotensin system-regulated proteins in bronchoalveolar lavage
Title: Precision medicine in kidney transplantation: comparing actual and predicted epitope mismatches in deceased donor kidney transplantation