Professor, Department of Psychiatry, McGill University Vice-Dean, Science & Strategic Initiatives, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University Senior University Advisor, Health Sciences Research, McGill University Executive Director, International Collaborative Research Strategy for Alzheimer's Disease
Rémi Quirion, O.C. PhD C.Q. FRSC
Awards and distinctions
Officer of the Order of Canada
He is named an Officer of the Order of Canada. The Officer of the Order of Canada recognizes a lifetime of achievement and merit of a high degree, especially in service to Canada or to humanity at large.
He receives the Prix Michel-Sarrazin. The Prix Michel-Sarrazin is awarded annually by the Club de Recherches Cliniques du Québec to a celebrated Quebecois scientist who, by his/her dynamism and productivity, has contributed in an important way to the advancement of biomedical research.
Schizophrenia Society of Canada 2007 Pacesetter Award
The Pacesetter award from the Schizophrenia Society of Canada recognizes the contribution to reduce stigma about schizophrenia.
Invited as an Honourable Guest at the Sun Yat-sen University - the highest rank of honour for foreign researchers
He is invited as an Honourable Guest at the Sun Yat-sen University - the highest rank of honour for foreign researchers.
Prestigious Raymond and Beverly Sackler Visiting Lectureship
The Raymond and Beverly Sackler Distinguished Visiting Neuroscientist at the University of Toronto Lecture Series was established in 1999. This endowment was created in tribute to the Nobel Laureate, Julius Axelrod, Ph.D., for his pioneering and fundamental contributions to the neurosciences.
Dr. Mary V. Seeman Award
This Award is presented by the Canadian Psychiatric Research Foundation.
This is the highest award for biomedical research, given by the Government of Quebec, which "goes to scientists whose research aims fall within the field of biomedicine. These fields include the medical sciences, the natural sciences, and engineering".
Heinz Lehmann Award
The Heinz Lehmann Award is designed to recognize outstanding contributions in the field of neuropsychopharmacology research in Canada.
National Champion in Mental Health
This title is given by the Mental Health by the Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health.
Member of the Royal Society of Canada (RSC)
The Royal Society of Canada (RSC) is the senior national body of distinguished Canadian scholars, artists and scientists. It is Canada’s national academy. The primary objective of the RSC is to promote learning and research in the arts and sciences.
Chevalier de l'Ordre national du Québec
The National Order of Quebec is the highest recognition given by the government of Quebec.
Highly-cited in neurosciences and pharmacology
This title was by the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI), Philadelphia, USA.
He receives the Ambassador's Medal at the "Gala du rayonnement" for graduates of l'Université de Sherbrooke for his contribution to the advancement of scientific knowledge.
CCNP Innovations in Neuropsychopharmacology Research Award
The Innovations in Neuropsychopharmacology Research Award is designed to recognize innovative research in neuropsychopharmacology. It is presented annually for work done primarily in Canada by Canadian scientists unless there is, in view of the Awards Committee, no qualified nominee.
Prix Acfas – Léo-Pariseau
The Prix Léo-Pariseau from the Acfas was established in 1944 to honour the contribution of individuals working in the biological or health sciences.
Prix Galien Research
The Prix Galien Canada is the most prestigious award in the field of Canadian pharmaceutical research and innovation. Referred to as the Nobel Prize of pharmaceutical research, it recognizes the efforts and achievements of pharmaceutical research and development. This price is composed of two awards: the Prix Galien Research recognizes the outstanding contribution of a researcher or a research team to the Canadian biopharmaceutical research and the Prix Galien for Innovative Product is given for a pharmaceutical product whose efficacy, safety and innovation contribute to enhance the quality of life of Canadians.<< Back to Rémi Quirion 's profile