Departmental Awards

Undergraduate Awards

This award recognizes Dr. Walter Roschlau's dedication to teaching by honouring students with the best academic records in the graduating class of the Arts & Science programs in Pharmacology & Toxicology.
This award recognizes the highest academic achievement in our courses by a student graduating from one of our Major programs.
Presented by the Division of Teaching Laboratories to the top student within the Undergraduate Laboratory course.
These awards recognize undergraduate students in the Faculty of Medicine, Arts and Science Programs for their leadership and scholarship.

Graduate Awards

This award is presented to a recently graduated Ph.D. student for outstanding scientific contributions made during the course of the Doctoral program in Pharmacology.
This award recognizes current graduate students who have demonstrated outstanding scientific contributions in the area of cardiovascular pharmacology.
This award offsets costs associated with extracurricular pursuits in the arts by a graduate student in our Department.
This award aims to recognize academic excellence and potential for contribution to research excellence and to break down some of the barriers to entering and engaging in graduate studies in an inclusive environment. 
This award is presented to a graduate student who has significantly contributed to the Department by advancing the interests of graduate students and/or improving the experience of graduate studies for students in the department.
This award is given for an outstanding scientific publication of original research by a graduate student in the department.
This award recognizes current graduate students or postdoctoral fellows from the Department who have contributed significantly to student life and/or showed exemplary leadership in the past academic year.
This award recognizes outstanding scholarship for recent MSc graduates (thesis-stream), particularly excellence with respect to the written MSc thesis and performance at the M.Sc. Final Oral Examination.
This award is presented to the graduate student with the most outstanding poster presentation at the annual Visions in Pharmacology (VIP) Research Day.

Teaching Assistant Awards

This award acknowledges trainees who have taken on a leadership role through long-standing and exceptional performance in diverse pedagogical activities within a course.  
This award acknowledges trainees who exhibit exceptional performance in their role as a teaching assistant to help support faculty and learners.