The MMSF Congratulates Dr. Frederick Zeiler on being selected as the Recipient of the 2016/17 R. Samuel McLaughlin/MMSF Research and Education Fellowship Award in Medicine
Dr. Frederick Zeiler
We are pleased to announce that the 2016/17 R. Samuel McLaughlin/MMSF Research and Education Fellowship Award in Medicine has been awarded to Dr. Frederick Zeiler. This award is co-sponsored by the Manitoba Medical Service Foundation (MMSF) and the University of Manitoba McLaughlin Foundation with each contributing $25,000 for a total award of $50,000 (Canadian). The Dean's Fellowship Fund at the University of Manitoba is also contributing $20,000, valuing this year's award at $70,000.
This award is provided with the objective of enhancing the scholarship of the Faculty of Medicine through the training of future clinical faculty members in the areas of research and medical education. The term of the award is for one (1) year, commencing on July 1, 2016.
Dr. Zeiler will be completing his PhD (Medicine) at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom, as well as the Resident Clinician Investigator Program at the University of Manitoba.
The Manitoba Medical Service Foundation’s Mission is to promote and fund scientific, educational and other activities to improve the health and well-being of Manitobans, focusing on support of new researchers. Our Vision is to continue to be an important source of support for health-related research and education, in collaboration with other Manitoba organizations. We are inspired by the accomplishments of the researchers who have received funding through the MMSF. We look forward to continuing our goal of supporting health-related research and education in Manitoba.
Research applications are welcome from medical and scientific researchers, medical and dental students and allied professionals, such as social workers, nurses, epidemiologists and any other health workers involved in preventive, therapeutic, or rehabilitative care. Projects promoting scientific, educational and other activities to maintain and improve the health and well-being of Manitobans are considered.
The MMSF is proud of the accomplishments of each recipient since the Foundation's inception in 1971. The Foundation looks forward to continuing its mission.
- Dr. Lindsay Du Val
Chair of the Board
- Dr. Peter Cattini
Vice-Chair of the Board
- Dr. Greg Hammond
- Dr. John Wade
Assistant Executive Director
- Mr. Andrew Yorke
President & CEO Manitoba Blue Cross