2017 Prix Galien Canada Research Award
The Prix Galien Canada Research Award is presented to the researcher or the research team who has made the most significant contribution to pharmaceutical research in Canada.
The Prix Galien is open to any person or team who has been involved for at least the last five years in biopharmaceutical research leading or making a substantial contribution to the diagnosis, prevention or treatment of disease. Candidates from academia, health care institutions, research centers and industry are eligible.
A second Prix Galien is also awarded for the most Innovative Drug Product.
To discuss a possible nomination, please approach the awards director or coordinator for your division, or advise the contact below of your interest.
Manager, University Awards & Honours
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This database lists major national and international awards only. For a more comprehensive listing of awards across disciplines and for all stages of the career, please visit the COS Pivot database when logged into the U of T system. In the advanced search, select “Prizes and Awards” as the funding type.
If you intend to submit a nomination, please notify the award contact as soon as possible. The Office of the Vice-President, Research and Innovation offers guidance on submitting awards nominations, in collaboration with divisional offices and affiliated institutions. In some cases, an internal competition will be held to select an institutional nominee.
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