The CAR Young Investigator Award is presented to a CAR member in the early stages of a career. It recognizes exceptional contributions to medical imaging-related research.
2018 - Dr. Jacob Jaremko - The University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB
2017 - Dr. Nicola Schieda – The Ottawa Hospital, Ottawa, ON
2016 - Dr. Matthew McInnes – The Ottawa Hospital, Ottawa, ON
2015 - Dr. An Tang – Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal, Montréal, QC
2014 - Dr. Jai Jai Shiva Shankar – Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre, Halifax, NS
2013 - Dr. David Liu – Vancouver General Hospital, Vancouver, BC
2012 - Dr. Jonathon Leipsic – St. Paul's Providence Health Care, Vancouver, BC
2011 - Dr. Manraj Heran – Vancouver General Hospital, Delta, BC
2010 - Dr. Richard Aviv – Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Toronto, ON
2009 - Dr. Michael Patlas – McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
2008 - Dr. Steven Burrell – Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre, Halifax, NS
The CAR Young Investigator Award nominee may be an individual with no more than 10 years of practice, since completing residency or fellowship. A nominee for the CAR Young Investigator Award must be a CAR member in good standing.
A nomination may be submitted by any member in good standing of the CAR, including a self-nomination.
The nomination should contain a succinct summary of the major research (full citations for the published research) contributions of the nominee and be accompanied by a curriculum vitae.
The nomination must be accompanied by letters of support from two members in good standing of the CAR.
Please submit by email, fax or surface mail the following documentation:
- Name of the nominee
- Name of the nominator
- Title of the nominee
- Contact info of the nominee (address, telephone, fax, email)
- Contact info of the nominator (address, telephone, fax, email)
- CV and summary of the nominee
- Two (2) support letters for the nominee from CAR members in good standing
- Contribution of the nominee (specify as many as relevant, including full citations for all published research)
- Basic Research
- Clinical Research
- Other Research
(Please indicate Subject: CAR Young Investigator Award Nomination)
Fax: 613 860-3112
CAR Young Investigator Award Nomination
600-294 Albert Street
Ottawa, ON K1P 6E6
- The award nomination must be presented to the CAR office annually by November 5 prior to the year in which it is to be presented.
- The nomination may be made in writing via e-mail, fax or regular surface mail.
- The nominator is responsible for ensuring that the written nomination, C/V, summary, citations and two support letters are in the CAR office by the November 5 deadline.
- An individual member may nominate or sponsor only one nominee per year per award.
A Board Working Group (BWG) on Awards will evaluate the award nominations.
If unsuccessful the first year, the nomination may be reactivated by any member in good standing for consideration for a maximum of two (2) following the first submission. This can be done by submitting a letter requesting reactivation by November 5 of the subsequent year. This reactivation does not require any new supporting data, although additional information will be accepted.
The award will be presented at the CAR Awards ceremony held in conjunction with the Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM).
The CAR Young Investigator Award includes travel costs, hotel accommodations for two nights and two tickets to the CAR Awards ceremony.
- The award shall be known as: CAR Young Investigator Award. This represents the highest award that lies within the power of the CAR to bestow upon a young researcher.
- The CAR Young Investigator Award can be awarded by the CAR to an individual for medical imaging-related research.
- This research is recognized by the CAR for quality and consistency in the early phases of a career.
- The CAR is under no obligation to present the award annually.
- Except under very unusual circumstances, the award will given to one nominee each year.
- Only in the event of the demise of the nominee after being selected shall the award be presented posthumously.