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|Emeritus Population Health Researcher Award
The Emeritus Researcher Award aims to acknowledge the distinguished career of a Quebec researcher in the field of population and public health including health services, and policy and health and society.
The prize will be awarded to a Quebec researcher whose career has been distinguished by the quality of his/her research, his/her teaching and student supervision, and the knowledge transfer of his/her research findings towards the betterment of population health. The recipient will have been influential not only in Quebec but nationally and internationally. He/She will have contributed in a significant way towards the enhancement of research in population health, health services, and policy or health and society.
Any Network member can nominate a scholar for that price.
Recipients are elected by the Board of Directors of the Network on the recommendation of an independent jury, after a rigorous review of nominations submitted by peers.
- a plaque
- a work of art
Deadline to submit an application: September 27th 2013
- 2013 Contest Details (PDF file)
- 2012 Nomination Form (WORD file)
2009 Award Winners
- Dr Jean-Marc Brodeur, Université de Montréal
Dr Brodeur passed away on October 31st 2010 after a long illness.
- Dr John Corbett McDonald, Université McGill
2007 Award Winner
- Dr Margaret R. Becklake, McGill University
On June 15th 2011, Dr. Margaret R. Becklake, Professor Emeritus, will be appointed Grande Officière de l’Ordre national du Québec. This honour recognizes Dr. Becklake’s pioneering work in respiratory medicine and epidemiology. For more than 55 years, Dr. Becklake has carried out research on the occupational and environmental determinants of lung diseases. She was invested as a Member of the Order of Canada on October 10, 2008.