Lifetime Achievement Award
The Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes a senior faculty member who exhibits a sustained commitment and contribution to the Department of Medical Imaging throughout their career in the areas of teaching, research, leadership and/or mentorship.
This award will be presented annually to one recipient. If there are no nominations by the deadline or the candidates do not meet the standard of excellence required for this award, it will not be given that year.
The award recipient will be notified directly and receive a framed certificate.
Criteria and Nomination Process
The recipient of this award must have or have had a full-time, primary appointment at the Department of Medical Imaging, University of Toronto; preference will be given to those at the rank of Associate or Professor with a significant contribution to the department. Faculty members will only be eligible to receive this award one time.
The recipient of this award must be nominated by at least one full-time Faculty member of the Department of Medical Imaging. After the nomination period has closed, eligible candidates, will be requested to provide an up-to-date CV.
This award will be adjudicated by a committee chaired by a designated faculty member in the Department of Medical Imaging. When selecting the recipient, the selection committee will evaluate their impact in the areas of teaching, research, leadership and mentorship.
Dr. Manohar Shroff is a Neuroradiologist at the Hospital for Sick Children and Professor in the Department of Medical Imaging at the University of Toronto.
Dr. Shroff is a truly remarkable clinician, educator and researcher. His commitment to the Department of Medical Imaging is exceptional. He has held numerous University departmental leadership positions including Neuroradiology Program Director (2006-2012) and Fellowship Program Director (2004 – 2012). He dedicates countless hours to teaching our postgraduate learners, and mentoring faculty members. He is also an internationally renowned researcher with an h-index of 40, and 171 documents.
In 2010 he was appointed Radiologist-in-Chief, Ontasian Chair of Paediatric Radiology for the Hospital for Sick Children.
|Harry Shulman||Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre||2020|
|Allan Fox||Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre||2018|
|Alan Daneman||The Hospital for Sick Children||2017|