Society Prize Winners | CNSS
CNSS SOCIETY PRIZE WINNERS | 2020 CNSF CONGRESS
K.G. McKenzie Memorial Prize for Clinical Neuroscience Research | Mark MacLean
“Does gender equality exist in the surgical management of degenerative lumbar disease?”
K.G. McKenzie Memorial Prize for Clinical Neuroscience Research – 2nd Prize | Jonathan Chainey
“Action-related fixation in microsuturing, a new gaze behaviour metric to differentiate the level of expertise”
K.G. McKenzie Memorial Prize for Basic Neuroscience Research | Albert Isaacs
“Activated gene pathways in post-infectious hydrocephalus (PIH): Proteogenomics and PIH expressome”
K.G. McKenzie Memorial Prize for Basic Neuroscience Research – 2nd Prize | Michelle Kameda-Smith
“Musashi-1 is a master regulator of aberrant translation in Group 3 medulloblastoma”
The Canadian Neurosurgical Society, in co-operation with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, will award one prize in each of the Basic Neuroscience and Clinical Neuroscience categories for the best manuscripts submitted by a neurosurgical resident, in which he or she is the principal author. Additional 2nd place prize awards may be presented.
Society Prizes | CNSF Congress
Members have the opportunity to win valuable society prizes by submitting 'Abstracts' to the Congress as well as an 'Expanded Abstracts' to the society competitions.
Winners have the privilege of presenting their work at the Grand Plenary, alongside our Distinguished Guest Lecturers, during the Congress. Prize winners’ will be announced in the Neuro|News newsletter, in the Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences and on the CNSF website.