The Canadian Association of Radiologists (CAR) is pleased to announce the recipients of this year’s prestigious CAR Gold Medal Award, the CAR Distinguished Career Achievement Award, and the CAR Young Investigator Award. These awards recognize CAR members who have distinguished themselves as leaders and innovators in radiology, demonstrating exemplary practice in their work and service to the profession of radiology. We will be honouring our award recipients on Saturday, April 28, 2018 in Montreal during the Awards Ceremony of the CAR 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting. Congratulations to all our award winners!
2018 CAR Gold Medal Award Recipient
Dr. Lawrence A. Stein
The CAR is very proud to present the 2018 CAR Gold Medal Award to Dr. Lawrence Stein, McGill University. He is recognized as a leader by his peers by virtue of his long and successful career in academia, teaching, and his outstanding contributions to the advancement of radiology as a specialty. He has also been a lifelong supporter of the CAR, involved with numerous committees and working groups. His dedication to his professional association culminated in a term as CAR President from 2003-2005.
2018 CAR Distinguished Career Achievement Award Recipient
Dr. Mayank Goyal
The CAR is pleased to present the 2018 CAR Distinguished Career Achievement Award to Dr. Mayank Goyal, University of Calgary, for his pioneering contributions to clinical research in acute stroke triage, diagnosis and endovascular therapy. Dr. Goyal’s excellence as a scientist, diagnostic and interventional neuroradiologist have increased the international profile of Canadian radiology research.
2018 CAR Young Investigator Award
Dr. Jacob Jaremko
This year’s CAR Young Investigator Award will be presented to Dr. Jacob Jaremko, University of Alberta. He is an exemplary clinician scientist, a rare accomplishment among radiologists. His strength as a researcher have led to collaborations with a diverse disciplinary range of departments and faculties nationally and internationally. He has a remarkable publication record, with 88 published manuscripts, 25 of which are as first author. Dr. Jaremko’s research focuses on adult/pediatric musculoskeletal radiology, particularly the influence of anatomy and childhood development of joints on the development of adult morbidity such as premature osteoarthritis.