CANADIAN LEAGUE AGAINST EPILEPSY AWARDS
The purpose of these awards is to recognize excellence in epilepsy research accomplishments by residents, fellows, post-docs, medical students, graduate students, and allied health professionals. Four prizes of $500 will be awarded (one from each of the following categories):
A resident in Neurology (adult or pediatric) or Neurosurgery conducting epilepsy related research. This prize is specifically named the Mary Anne Lee Award.
Congratulations to the 2023 Winner: Graham McLeodPrevious Winners
Fellow or Post-Doc Award
A Fellow or Post-doc in adult/pediatric Neurology, Neurosurgery or in Neuroscience conducting epilepsy-related research.
Cogratulations to the 2023 Winner: John Thomas
Graduate Student or Medical Student Award
A graduate student (Masters or PhD) or a medical student conducting basic science epilepsy related research.
Congratulations to the 2023 Winner: Laura Gagliano
Allied Health Student Award
An allied health student (e.g. nursing, psychology, social work, psychology students, neuropsychology residents and nursing students) conducting epilepsy related research.
Wilder Penfield Award
This award has been a tradition since 1982. It honours a CLAE Member for outstanding lifetime clinical and/or research contributions in epilepsy.
Congratulations to the 2023 Winner: Dr. Mary Lou Smith
Clinical Practice / Advocacy Award
Honours a CLAE Member in recognition for his/her excellency in clinical practice and/or engagement in representing and supporting patients with epilepsy.
Congratulations to the 2023 Winner: Dr. Elizabeth DonnerPrevious Winners
Basic Science Award and Clinical Research Award
This exciting opportunity invites all individuals who submitted an abstract to the 2023 CLAE Scientific Meeting in the Basic Science or Clinical Research category a chance to win a $500 travel bursary to the conference, as well as FREE conference registration.
Congratulations to the 2023 Winners:
Basic Science Award: Nebras Warsi
Clinical Research Award: Chris Zajner