The U of T IDCCM sponsored the Art Slutsky Research Day on Tuesday, June 20, 2017 from 8 :00 am – 5 :00 pm at the Campbell Conference Facility, Munk School of Global Affairs, Trinity Site, 1 Devonshire Place.
With 152 attendees, 40 posters and 9 oral presentations contributed to a highly successful Research Day!
A special thank you to our invited guest speakers:
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Daniel Talmor, Department of Anesthesia, Critical Care, and Pain Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Centre and Harvard Medical School
Featured Speakers: Dr. Eddy Fan, Dr. Andre Amaral, Dr. Gail Annich, and Dr. Robert Fowler
Congratulations to the trainees who received awards for:
- 1st Place Best Overall Abstract – Dr. Bhushan Katira
- 2nd Place Best Overall Abstract – Dr. Hira Raheel
- Best Basic Science Research Poster – Dr. Diana Islam
- Best Clinical Research Poster – Dr. Daniel Marinescu
- Best Physiology Research Poster – Dr. Lu Chen
- Best Quality Improvement Poster – Dr. Pierre-Alexis Lepine
Enjoy the photos!
Laurent Brochard, Margaret Herridge, Hannah Wunsch
For those who missed the Art Slutsky Research Day last Tuesday, June 20th, enjoy a short fun video prepared by Bruno, Martin, Irene and the rest of inter-professional ICU team. (Lyrics in PDF)
We are extremely pleased to see a recognition of our research productivity. Thanks for all your hard work!
Dr. Laurent Brochard
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Congratulations Dr. Rob Fowler, 2017 Royal College Teasdale-Corti Humanitarian Award.
"An intensivist who worked at the forefront of the Ebola crisis in West Africa, where he introduced new care procedures to great success and later co-authored landmark publications. Meet our Royal College Teasdale-Corti Humanitarian Award winner".
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