Dr. Bruce McManus awarded Aubrey J. Tingle Prize
Created in honour of founding president & CEO of the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research, this prize is given to a British Columbia researcher whose work in health research is internationally recognized and has significant impact on advancing clinical or health services and policy research.
As a leading-edge researcher in cardiovascular research, McManus has made many contributions in the areas of heart injury and failure, and organ transplantation. Some of his most significant contributions include work regarding the diagnosis and treatment of heart muscle injury in relation to viral infection, as well as the prediction, diagnosis, treatment, and management of immune and inflammatory diseases in transplanted patients and in distinct forms of heart failure.
Among recent recognitions, McManus has received the Milton Wong Leadership Award from LifeSciences BC (2012); Sarrazin Award Lecture from the Canadian Physiological Society (2011); Distinguished Achievement Award from the Society for Cardiovascular Pathology (2010); Research & Mission Award from Providence Health Care (2010); Scientific Excellence Award from the Canadian Society for Atherosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology (2009); David F. Hardwick Lifetime Achievement Award (2008), and Research Achievement Award from the Canadian Cardiovascular Society (2005). He is a member of the Royal Society of Canada in the Academy of Sciences (2002).
McManus is director of the UBC James Hogg Research Centre and co-director of the community-wide Institute for Heart + Lung Health; director of the NCE CECR PROOF Centre of Excellence for Prevention of Organ Failure; and professor in the UBC Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.
McManus will receive the $10,000 prize at an MSFHR event later this year.