Award Information

CSCI Resident Research Award - CSCI/CIHR/PGME Resident Research Awards 2019 - CLOSED

The Canadian Society for Clinical Investigation (CSCI) and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) co-sponsor an annual Resident Research Award program. This prize is awarded each year for the best resident research project conducted during an RCPSC/CFPC residency training program at each Canadian medical school. Notification is sent out to all programs in the spring.

 The CSCI prize consists of:

  • $1,000 per resident in each medical school;
  • A complimentary CSCI membership for two years;
  • A diploma signed by the CIHR and CSCI presidents.

 PGME will match the prize with an additional $1,000 and, if there are eligible submissions, will award a second prize of $1,000.

 For further information please see CSCI Awards Announcement.

 

Sandra Banner Student Award for Leadership

To encourage the development of future leaders in medicine

In recognition of the over 28 years of leadership Sandra Banner has provided to CaRMS, the Board of Directors established the Sandra Banner Student Award for Leadership.The purpose of these annual awards is to encourage the development of future leaders in medicine, through public recognition and financial support of one undergraduate and one postgraduate medical trainee who has demonstrated interest in/aptitude for leadership.

Each award is accompanied by up to $3,000 in funding to support learners’ proposed leadership activities, e.g., leadership conferences (including registration, travel and accommodation), formal leadership education at an accredited educational institution, or for a leadership elective (with defined leadership development goals).

The awards are presented each year at the annual CaRMS Forum or at another suitable time/location as determined by the Awards Committee. For application information, including requirements and deadlines, visit www.carms.ca/sbsal.