UAlberta researcher wins Banting Award (University of Alberta)

by Blogburger on December 2, 2012

By Bryan AlaryNovember 30, 2012 Jacqueline Hebert, Associate Research Chair in Clinical Rehabilitation at UAlberta, accepts the 2012 Major Sir Frederick Banting Award from Canada's Surgeon General, Brig.-Gen. Jean-Robert Bernier, while flanked by members of the Banting family during a ceremony Nov. 28. (Edmonton) A University of Alberta researcher’s efforts to improve the lives of military personnel, veterans and amputees at home and abroad have been recognized with one of the Canadian Forces’ highest honours for health research. Jacqueline Hebert, Associate Research Chair in Clinical Rehabilitation at the U of A, is the recipient of the 2012 Major Sir Frederick Banting Award for…

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