Jassal named Royal College Mentor of the Year
Congratulations to Dr. Davinder Jassal, Principal Investigator of Cardiovascular Imaging, Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences, recently selected as the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons “2010 Mentor of the Year” for Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
From the Royal College’s website:
The regional Mentor of the Year Award was established to acknowledge Fellows who have demonstrated a long-standing commitment to the welfare of patients and to high standards of excellence in clinical care and ethical conduct. The nominee will not only have been a role model to residents and/or Fellows, but his or her mentorship will have had a long-lasting impact on their career. The award is in recognition of the qualities of a “professional” as described in CanMEDS. The award is given to Fellows who acted as role models for medical students, residents and other Fellows of the Royal College.
Previous honorees include:
2009 — Dr. Milo Fink, Regina
2008 — Dr. John Embil, Winnipeg
2007 — Dr. Mark Cherry, Regina
2006 — Dr. Piotr M. Czaykowski, Winnipeg
2005 — Dr. Robert Cameron, Regina
2004 — Dr. Alexander Vajcner, Winnipeg
2003 — Dr. Mark Prober, Winnipeg
2002 — Dr. Brian Colquhoun, Saskatoon
2000 — Dr. Pierre Plourde, Winnipeg
For information on Dr. Jassal’s research program, click here.