Mohammed Moghadasian Award

Student Research in the Application of Nutrition in Cardiovascular Disease

The Mohammed Moghadasian Award of the Canadian Nutrition Society is given for research in the application of nutrition in the treatment and/or prevention of cardiovascular disease.  

Trainees must indicate if they would like their abstract to be considered for the Nutrition Graduate Student and Trainee Award (supported by Nestlé) and/or the CNS Poster Competition at the time of the abstract submission. The award winner is the highest ranked abstract in the area of nutrition and cardiovascular disease. The student will present his/her work either as an oral presentation or poster presentation at the annual conference.

A committee, appointed by the President and Awards Chair, will make the selection for the recipient of the Mohammed Moghadasian Award. The Award consists of a monetary award and a plaque and will be presented at the CNS Annual Conference.



Award Winners (1st awarded in 2010)

Paulina Aldana Hernandez, University of Alberta 

Past Winners

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2016 Bénédicte Tremblay
2015 Yanan Wang
2014 Isaac Streit
2013 Dylan MacKay
2012 Melissa Glier
2011 L. Jane Patterson
2010 JoAnne Arcand