Research Services offers two annual awards which are presented during S.T.A.R.S. (Special Time to Appreciate and Recognize Staff) week.
The Robert Bortolussi Mentorship Award was established to recognize and reward the dedication, endurance and commitment to mentoring. Nominees must demonstrate extraordinary commitment to the Mission, Vision and Core Values of the Health Centre through personal activity, collaboration and/or support of others.
The IWK Research Award was created to recognize an individual, research group, team or organization who distinguishes him/herself among his/her colleagues by demonstrating innovation, creativity and outstanding achievement in research activities conducted and/or supported at the IWK. Nominees must demonstrate extraordinary commitment to the Mission, Vision and Core Values of the Health Centre through personal activity, collaboration and/or support of others.
We are currently accepting nominations for these two Research awards which will be presented at the STARS Award and Recognition Ceremony on Wednesday May 3, 2017.
All nominations must be received by March 31, 2018. Nominators are to email their form to email@example.com. If desired, a paper copy with typed comments can be left at/mailed to the Research Services office, c/o STARS Awards.
Please contact Denise DesLauriers at 902-470-7548 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions.
The Robert Bortolussi Mentorship Award
2011 Diann Nicholson
2012 Stan Kutcher
2013 Scott Halperin
2015 Dolores McKeen
IWK Research Award
1994 Judith Ritchie
1995 Harold Cook
1996 James Wright
1997 Scott Halperin
1998 Patrick McGrath
1999 Diann Nicholson
2000 Thomas and Andrew Issekutz
2001 Alexander Allen
2003 KS Joseph
2004 Carol and Peter Camfield
2005 IWK Auxiallary
2006 Linda Dodds
2008 Ryan D'Arcy
2009 Isabel Smith and Susan Bryson
2011 Christopher Richardson
2012 Andrew Stadnyk
2015 Jill Chorney
2016 Christine Chambers
The IWK Health Centre is respected for its world-class research into disorders and diseases affecting women, children, youth and families and is home to many leading research centres.
Learn more about our research centres by visiting one of the links below.