LMP faculty nominations for research and teaching awards

In recognition of the excellent research and teaching happening in LMP, the LMP Executive team under the leadership of Dr. Myron Cybulsky and Dr. Stephen Girardin in their role as Vice Co-Chairs, Research and Dr. Michael Ohh Vice Chair, Education (Life Science) and Dr. George Yousef, Vice Chair, Education (Clinical/Professional) would like to promote your achievements by assisting in your nomination to prominent research and teaching awards.  

We believe that these awards not only recognize your scholarly contributions and their impact but also enhance your visibility in your discipline, which in turn, elevates LMP’s reputation as a centre for excellence.

We will be sending a call for nominations for upcoming awards and seeking your assistance in nominating your LMP colleagues or submitting a self-nomination.  

Contact

If you are interested in being nominated or have any questions, please contact:

For research awards

Dr. Myron Cybulsky, Vice Co-Chair, Research
myron.cybulsky@utoronto.ca

Dr. Stephen Girardin, Vice Co-Chair, Research
stephen.girardin@utoronto.ca 

For teaching awards

Dr. Michael Ohh, Vice Chair, Education (Life Science)
michael.ohh@utoronto.ca

Dr. George Yousef, Vice Chair, Education (Clinical/Professional)
george.yousef@sickkids.ca 

Alternatively, contact Patricia Cayetano, Senior Administrator, HR
patricia.cayetano@utoronto.ca

Upcoming awards available for nomination

Temerty Faculty of Medicine Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching in the Life Sciences

LMP internal deadline:  Friday, January 14, 2022

1. Excellence in undergraduate teaching in life sciences 

This award is for excellence in teaching, coordination, and/or development of undergraduate lecture or seminar courses in Arts and Science offered by the Basic Science Departments in the Temerty Faculty of Medicine. 

2. Excellence in undergraduate laboratory teaching in life sciences

This award is for excellence in teaching, coordination, and/or development of undergraduate laboratory-based courses in Arts and Science offered by the Basic Science Departments in the Temerty Faculty of Medicine. 

3. Excellence in linking undergraduate teaching to research in life sciences 

This award is for excellence, mentorship, and innovative methods that link undergraduate teaching to experiential research opportunities such as research project courses, summer student research projects, or equivalent programs. 

4. Sustained Excellence and Innovation in Life Sciences Education 

This award recognizes sustained contributions (at least 15 years of all undergraduate appointments as of December of application year) to any aspect of undergraduate education, including: 

  • Undergraduate student supervision and mentoring 
  • Curriculum development 
  • Regular support of departmental, faculty and university undergraduate activities 
  • Undergraduate program administration (as applicable) 

Read the full criteria and nominate