2021 Call for Nominations – Due: May 31, 2021
The CTS Executive Committee invites members to submit nominations for the following awards:
CTS Distinguished Achievement Award
This award recognizes the exceptional leadership and service of individuals who have furthered the mission and objectives of the CTS in respiratory health. Click here to download the nominations form.
CTS Award for Dedicated Service
This award has been created to recognize exemplary commitment and support to patients and colleagues at the community level. Click here to download the nominations form.
Lifetime Achievement in Pediatric Respiratory Medicine
The CTS Pediatric Assembly Executive invites members to submit nominations for the 2021 Lifetime Achievement Award. This award has been created to recognize career-long contributions to pediatric respiratory medicine, education and research. Click here to download the nominations form and see a list of past recipients.
CTS Awards and Recognitions presented at CRC 2019
CTS Dedicated Service Award: Dr. Gordon Ford (Calgary, AB)
Distinguished Achievement Award: Dr. Douglas McKim (Ottawa, ON)
Lifetime Achievement in Pediatric Respiratory Medicine: Dr. Dennis Gurwits (Toronto, ON)
CRHP Distinction Award: Darrel Melvin, RRT, CRE (Reed Deer, AB)
CRHP Research Poster Award: Mika Nonoyama, PhD, RRT (Toronto, ON)
CIHR/ICRH – CTS Distinguished Lecture in Respiratory Sciences Award: Dr. Dick Menzies (McGill University)
Inaugural CTS Mastermind Challenge – Winning team: University of Calgary
CTS Mastermind Challenge
Research Leadership Award: Drs. Shawn Aaron and James Martin, Co-PIs of the Canadian Respiratory Research Network
Research Partnerships and Collaboration Award: Diana Royce
Research Excellence Award: Dr. Malcolm Sears
John Granton, Diana Royce, Malcolm Sears, Shawn Aaron and Janet Sutherland