2022 AWARD RECIPIENTS
- CST-T3 Competition
- Top Finalist - Holly Mansell
- Second and Third Finalists - Seychelle Yohanna; Shaifali Sandal
- Mentee: Adam Ibrahim, Canada - Mentor: Lori West, Canada
- Mentee: Samrat Ray, Canada - Mentor: Trevor Reichman, Canada
CST Lifetime Achievement Award
Dr. Heather Ross
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.
Dr. Joel D. Cooper Lung Transplantation Award
Dr. Marcelo Cypel
To recognize 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 Research Excellence Award
Dr. Tereza Martinu
In recognition of research achievement and excellence in the field of transplantation.
CST Education and Teaching Excellence Award
Dr. Justin Weinkauf
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.
CST Excellence in Leadership Award
Dr. Tom Blydt-Hansen
To recognize demonstrated exemplary commitment to the CST mission through excellence in leadership benefiting Canadian organ transplant patients.
Title: Patient-centered video education to facilitate shared decision-making about deceased donor kidneys
Title: Breaking the Rules to Increase Pre-emptive Transplants: A Quality Improvement Project to Radically Redesign the Transplant Referral Process
Title: Transforming living donor recruitment, evaluation, and care by integrating family physicians: Because living donors don’t have specialists
CST Pediatric Group, Pediatric Transplant Trainee Research
Best Paediatric Transplant Abstract, Clinical Science
Title: Do virtual health appointments impact travel-related greenhouse gas emissions in solid organ transplant patients?
Best Paediatric Transplant Abstract, Basic Science
Title: Natural vs induced ABO antibodies in a murine model: Role of sex and T cells
CST Research Training Awards
Title: CST will identify the research project using the project title. For this reason, applicants cannot edit their project title once the application is submitted.
Title: CRISPR-Cas-based gene therapy to optimize donor organs for lung transplantation
Title: How does anti-Human Leukocyte antigen class I antibody signal in human glomerular endothelial cells to increase LGALS1 expression
Top Abstract Awards
Title: Association of BKV viremia/nephropathy and adverse alloimmune outcomes in kidney transplant recipients
Title: Apoptotic exosome-like vesicles mediate immune response dysregulation and kidney dysfunction following ischemia-reperfusion injury
Title: Discovery, validation and application of antibody-mediated rejection transcripts in a continuous retrospective cohort or kidney transplant biopsies
Top Lay Summaries
Title: Canadian community pharmacists' management of solid organ transplant recipients: a survey-based characterization of confidence and care roles
Title: Stigma as a potential barrier to living donor kidney transplant (LDKT) for African, Caribbean, and Black (ACB) patients in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Title: Development of a simulated ischemia reperfusion injury model to study donor kidney preservation at 22°C