Dr. Roger Zemek, Scientist and Director of Clinical Research Unit and a physician in the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at CHEO, talks about the comprehensive guide that was created as a detailed reference for pediatric concussions.
Dr. Leanne Ward, Senior Scientist at CHEO and Director of the Pediatric Bone Health Clinical and Research program, discusses her research into the connection between steroid use and osteoporosis in young children.
Dr. David Stojdl, Senior Scientist at CHEO, discusses his research into developing new cancer therapeutics. Dr. Stojdl has been investigating the potential of using oncolytic (replicating) viruses to treat multiple cancer mutations.
"Sarah was an exceptional resident to work with – she balanced compassionate patient care with excellent leadership and teaching. I really enjoyed working with her – she always made the time to incorporate teaching no matter how busy the day and she was an excellent role model both in terms of her extensive knowledge base and her exceptional patient interactions."
The recipient of the Resident Spotlight Award is Dr. Krittika Bhende. Dr. Bhende is a third year pediatrics resident at CHEO. She moved to Ottawa after spending 8 years at McGill University, where she completed both her medical degree and a bachelor's degree in Anatomy and Cell Biology.