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Récipiendaires des prix d’excellence de la SCO

Articles 2017 1er prix Sina Khalili, University of Toronto
The effect of anti-vascular endothelial growth factor injection on growth and organ development of the neonate: In-vivo study
2e prix Victoria C. Leung, University of Toronto
Corneal collagen cross-linking in the management of keratoconus in Canada: A cost-effectiveness analysis
3e prix Ioannis S. Dimopoulos, University of Alberta
Gene therapy for choroideremia: Initial results
Affiches 2017 1er prix Jade M. Lasiste, McGill University
Metformin inhibits survival, migration, and vascular endothelial growth factor production in uveal melanoma cells
2e prix Carl Shen, McMaster University
Fragility of results in randomized control trials in ophthalmology
3e prix Husayn Gulamhusein, McMaster University
Standalone ab interno gelatin stent with MMC versus standalone trabeculectomy with MMC: Post-operative patient experience and healthcare utilization
Articles 2016 1er prix Mark Seamone, Dalhousie University
The role of VEGF-A in exogenous endophthalmitis: a potential target for immunomodulation
2e prix Carl Shen, University of Toronto
Characterization of changes in corneal endothelial cell density in early childhood
3e prix Alice Zhang, McGill University
Choroideremia is a systemic disease with lymphocyte crystals and plasma lipid and RBC membrane abnormalities
Affiches 2016 1er prix Parnian Arjmand, University of Ottawa
Flashes and floaters: a survey of Canadian ophthalmology residents’ practice patterns
2e prix Stephanie Cote, University of Calgary
Outcomes of Ahmed Glaucoma Valve mechanism removal
3e prix Yogesh Patodia, Western University
Clinical effectiveness of currently available low-vision devices in glaucoma patients with moderate to severe vision loss
Articles 2015 1er prix Manjool Shah, University of Toronto
Use of a 45-µm ab-interno subconjunctival gel-stent with adjunctive mitomycin-C for the treatment of uncontrolled open angle glaucoma
2e prix Julie Morin, Université de Montréal
Neurodevelopmental outcomes of preterm infants treated with bevacizumab for severe retinopathy of prematurity
3e prix Gary Yau, Queen’s University
The association of intraocular pressure on visual function in papilledema from idiopathic intracranial hypertension
Affiches 2015 1er prix Raageen Kanjee, University of Manitoba
Six-year prevalence and incidence of diabetic retinopathy and cost-effectiveness of teleophthalmology in Manitoba
2e prix Adrian C. Tsang, University of Ottawa
Hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine retinopathy: a systematic review evaluating the multifocal electroretinogram as a screening test
3e prix Wendy (Wan) Wang, Western University
The interaction of primary human trabecular meshwork cells with metal alloy candidates for micro-invasive glaucoma surgery
Articles 2014 1er prix Yufeng (Nancy) Chen, University of Western Ontario
Patient appropriate health literacy educational materials in ophthalmology
2e prix Joshua Teichman, Université d’Ottawa
Randomized controlled trial of the efficacy of povidone-iodine in reducing bacterial load prior to cataract surgery when pre-treated with gel versus drops
3e prix Yiannis Iordanous, University of Western Ontario
Cost-effectiveness analysis of iStent and phacoemulsification versus glaucoma medications in the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP)
Affiches 2014 1er prix Caitlin Chang, University of Western Ontario
The role of gap junctions in survival of mechanically stressed primary human trabecular meshwork cells
2e prix Vasudha Gupta, McMaster University
Safety evaluation of ocular drug delivery formulation: an in vivo approach
3e prix Swati Chavda, University of Western Ontario
Quality of evidence for low vision rehabilitation in children
Articles 2013 1er prix Talal Alabduljalil, University of Toronto
Demonstration of anatomical development of the human macula within the first five years of life using Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
2e prix Stephen Dorrepaal, University of Toronto
Resistance of ocular flora to gatifloxacin in patients undergoing intravitreal injections – a case-control study
3e prix Nawaaz Nathoo, University of British Columbia
Association between glaucoma, glaucoma therapies, and erectile dysfunction
Affiches 2013 1er prix Stephanie Kletke, McMaster University

Educational and vision-assistive smartphone apps for patients: a quantitative evaluation

2e prix Jay Ching-Chieh Wang, University of British Columbia

Effects of CFH Y402H SNP, age and drusen on cytokine & growth factor levels in post-mortem human vitreous and retina

3e prix Victoria Leung, University of Toronto

Investigating the relationship between socio-demographic factors and non-persistence with topical glaucoma medications

Articles 2012 1er prix David Almeida, Queens University
Randomized controlled trial comparing nepafenac, ketorolac and placebo in preventing macular edema after uncomplicated cataract extraction
2e prix Vivian Yin, University of Toronto
The effect of repeated topical fluoroquinolone use post intravitreal injection for neovascular age-related macular eegeneration (AMD) on ocular surface flora
3e prix Laura Beltran-Agullo, Toronto Western Hospital
Faster visual recovery following Ex-PRESS than trabeculectomy: results of a prospective randomized controlled trial
Affiches 2012 1er prix Weerawat Kiddee, Toronto Western Hospital
Systematic literature review and meta-analysis of IOP elevation post intravitreal steroids
2e prix M. Nour Haydari, University of Montreal
Living model for Fuchs endothelial corneal dystrophy
3e prix Radwan Ajlan, McGill University
Risk factors affecting optic nerve head blood flow after therapeutic IOP reduction in patients with open angle glaucoma and ocular hypertension
Articles 2011 1er prix Alexandre S. Reis, Paul H. Artes, Balwantray C. Chauhan, Marcelo T. Nicolela
Rates of change in patients with glaucoma and different patterns of optic disc damage
2e prix Jason Noble, Navapol Kanchanaranya, Robert G. Devenyi, Wai-Ching Lam
The feasibility of air travel for patients with scleral buckles and intraocular gas
3e prix Bethany Durling, Andrew Toren, David Jordan, Steve Gilberg, Vivek Patel
Incidence of discordant temporal artery biopsies in the diagnosis of giant cell arteritis
Affiches 2011 1er prix Kailun Jiang, Eleanor To, Jing Z. Cui, Joanne A. Matsubara
Assessment of drusen and inflammatory mediators in the post-mortem human eye: An immunohistochemical study
2e prix Jamil Jivraj , Imran Jivraj, Christopher Rudnisky, Matthew Tennant
Prevalence of depression and quality of life impairment in patients with age related macular degeneration
3e prix Sheila A. Marco, Karim F. Damji, Christopher Rudnisky
Combined cataract and glaucoma surgery: endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation versus trabeculectomy
Articles 2010 1er prix Dean T. Jeffery
Vascular risk factors in patients with retinal emboli
2e prix Hannah Chiu
Breaking down barriers in communicating complex Retinoblastoma information: Can pictures be the solution?
3e prix Toby Chan
Intrastromal versus topical moxifloxacin in a rabbit model of Pseudomonas aeruginosa keratitis
Affiches 2010 1er prix Stephanie Proulx
Tissue engineering of a posterior corneal substitute using the self-assembly approach
2e prix Toby Chan
Descemet – stripping automated endothelioal keratoplasty versus triple procedure: A comparative case series on visual outcome an complications
3e prix Boram Hong
Visual function in school age children with a history of prematurity: Preliminary resultsMalcolm Gooi
Morning vs. evening adherence to once-daily glaucoma medication
2009 1er prix Kay Lam, University of Toronto
Defining the critical period for eye alignment development in infant primates: Effects of binocular decorrelation
2e prix Kenman Gan, University of Alberta
Comparing Atherosclerotic Risk Factors between Amaurosis Fugax (AF) and Retinal Arterial Occlusions (RAO)
3e prix Corey Smith, University of Western Ontario
Quantitatively modeling ocular drug flow using micro-CT acquired images
2008 1er prix Jason Blair, MD, University of Ottawa
2e prix Darana Yuen, MD, University of Western Ontario
3e prix Tariq A. Alasbali, MD, University of Toronto
Adnan Pirbhai, MD, University of Western Ontario
2007 1er prix Farzin Forooghian, MD, University of Toronto
2e prix Feisal Adatia, MD, University of Toronto
3e prix David Almeida, MD, Queen’s University
2006 1er prix Rajeev Muni, MD, University of Toronto
2e prix Alexander Tan, MD, Dalhousie University
3e prix Jovina See, MD, Dalhousie University
2005 1er prix Varun Chaudhary, MD, University of Western Ontario
2e prix Farzin Forooghian, MD, University of Toronto
3e prix Natasha Yepes, MD, University of Toronto
2004 1er prix Alain Proulx, MD, University of Western Ontario
2e prix Hussein Hollands, University of British Columbia
3e prix Robert J. Campbell, MD, Université d’Ottawa
2003 1er prix Khalid Hasanne, MD, Queen’s University
2e prix Lesya Shuba, MD, Dalhousie University
3e prix Anthony M. Carlsson, MD, Queen’s University

Robert J. Campbell, MD, Université d’Ottawa

2002 1er prix Bernard R. Hurley, MD, Université d’Ottawa
2e prix Kupura Krishnadev, BSc, University of Toronto
3e prix Robert Campbell, MD, Université d’Ottawa
2001 1er prix Geoff A. Bellingham, MD, University of Western Ontario
2e prix Hussein Hollands, MD, Queen’s University
3e prix Toni Nemeh, MD, McGill University
2000 1er prix Ali F. Hafez, MD, Université de Montréal
2e prix Tara A. Young, MD, Univeristy of Toronto
3e prix Michael C. Johnson, MD, University of Alberta
1999 1er prix Michael Altaweel, MD, Dalhousie University
2e prix Sanjay K. Gupta, MD, Université d’Ottawa
3e prix Rajinder S. Rathee, MD, Queen’s University
1998 1er prix Carolyn Anderson, MD, University of British Columbia
2e prix Anthony Carlsson, MD, Dalhousie University
3e prix Ike Ahmed, MD, University of Toronto
1997 1er prix Michele Mabon, MD, Université Laval
2e prix Sanjay Sharma, MD, Queen’s University
3e prix Rosa Braga-Mele, MD, Univeristy of Toronto
1996 1er prix Edward Yu, MD, Université d’Ottawa
2e prix Saeed Al-Yami, MD, Université d’Ottawa
3e prix Matthew Lee-Wing, MD, Université d’Ottawa
1995 1er prix Leland Dhurjon, MD, Dalhousie University
2e prix Shane Munro, MD, Université d’Ottawa
3e prix Peter Kertes, MD, Université d’Ottawa

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