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Hospital Gala honoured top researchers

 
The Ottawa Hospital’s top three researchers

The Ottawa Hospital’s top three researchers were applauded for their achievements in their respective fields at the annual Gala, on Oct. 26. Faizan Khan received the Worton Researcher in Training Award, Dr. Marjorie Brand received the Chrétien Researcher of the Year Award, and Dr. Paul Albert received the Grimes Research Career Achievement Award.

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